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It’s the ultimate Battle Royale between Apex Legends and Fortnite

We have an entire writing team dedicated to playing video games and we play hundreds of hours to bring you the best advice and reviews we can. Of course, that includes two of the biggest games right now.

Apex Legends

Squad-based goodness

Free at PlayStation Store

Pros Excellent 3-player game Fast paced Characters to fit all play styles Respawn points Cons Only one map Small collection of weapons right now

Apex Legends is one  [Read More…]

5G will drive a bigger wedge between the haves and have-nots

The current 5G deployment strategies mean you won’t find it in rural America any time soon.

In October 2018 I wrote about how 5G could be the best hope rural areas have when it comes to getting high-speed internet access. I concluded those thoughts with this little nugget: But I fear that nothing will change enough to make a difference and the have-nots will still go without. Fast forward to April 2019 and I no longer fear  [Read More…]

Fortnite cross-play now has a dividing wall between console and mobile

Was bound to happen.

Fortnite is a free-to-play third-person shooter with building mechanics. The title has become a cultural sensation due to its unique blend of expressive gameplay. In February 2018, Epic Games stated that the title was played by roughly 3.4 million gamers concurrently. Since then, that figure has ballooned to over 8.3 million.

Recently, the developer announced that the Nintendo Switch version of the game would feature cross-play between all platforms, even Xbox One  [Read More…]

What’s the difference between Google Pay and Samsung Pay?

Over 80% of Americans now own a smartphone with the number continuing to grow. With this trend towards mobile computing, carrying our entire lives inside a single, pocketable device is also becoming the norm. Something that’s inherently affected by this is how we pay for things. There’s been a race between the big 3 mobile giants to dominate that market as well as the handset you carry.

And since we are an Android site, we will take a shot at  [Read More…]

Optical versus ultrasonic: The difference between in-display fingerprint scanners

When it comes to securing your phone using biometrics, we currently have several different options. Face ID, iris scanning, and fingerprint scanning are among some of the most common. with fingerprint scanning the most widely used. Recently, we’ve seen it move from physical buttons and readers to below the glass.

Currently, there are two different technologies used to scan your fingerprint through the display. One, an optical scanner, uses light and the other, ultrasonic, uses inaudible sound waves. While these  [Read More…]

What are the differences between the two Kingdom Hearts 3 PS4 Pro bundles?

We’re a team of gamers who happen to be obsessed with Kingdom Hearts 3. We break down the difference between these two new special edition PS4 bundles for fans to enjoy.

Kingdom Hearts 3 Limited Edition PS4 Pro Bundle

Special Console

$ 400 at GameStop

Pros Special PS4 Pro console and controller with markings inspired by Kingdom Hearts Comes with the game, a PS4 theme, and the Midnight Blue Keyblade Cons Only available at GameStop [Read More…]

Switch between USB-A and C with the $46 SanDisk Ultra 256GB flash drive

Transfer between modern devices and older ones.

The SanDisk Ultra 256GB USB-C dual-sided flash drive is down to $ 45.59 on Amazon. That’s about $ 15 off its street price and one of the lowest prices we’ve seen. It has only gone this low once before.

This is just one of several potential storage solutions on sale today at Amazon. The other deals include flash drives, hard drives, and both internal and external possibilities. Check out all  [Read More…]

Switch between USB-A and C with the $17 SanDisk Ultra 64GB flash drive

Plug in to both new and old.

The SanDisk Ultra 64GB USB-C dual drive is down to $ 16.99 on Amazon. The drive normally sells for around $ 20, and it has never dropped this low before. The drive has been steadily dropping over the course of the year because it was high as $ 24 in July.

Other versions of the drive are also down to low prices. The 32GB version is less than $ 13  [Read More…]

OnePlus 6T: Differences between unlocked and T-Mobile versions

Best answer: The OnePlus 6T is effectively the same no matter where you buy it, but the T-Mobile version has a couple of restrictions. It doesn’t have dual SIM functionality, is SIM locked when it’s financed, and only comes in one color, RAM and storage configuration. Unless you want to use T-Mobile’s financing or trade-in offers, you’re best buying a 6T directly from OnePlus.

OnePlus: OnePlus 6T ($ 549)

The OnePlus 6T is mostly the same  [Read More…]

Google ‘app bundles’ help blur the lines between installed and instant apps

Soon it won’t be at all apparent whether an app is truly ‘installed’ or not.

Google’s developer-focused “Playtime” event series kicked off today, and with it comes a whole bunch of changes for developers publishing apps in the Play Store. The biggest push Google’s focusing on is changing the years-old paradigm of installing big (and increasingly so) apps on your phone in a one-size-fits-all manner.

The changes emanate from a new publishing format called an “Android App  [Read More…]