Tag Archive: Bring


Google teams up with MIT to bring automatic image retouching to your phone

How many times do you usually have to shoot an image before being completely satisfied with the result? If you’re like us the answer is many, many times. But if Google has its way, soon you won’t have to worry about shooting the perfect portrait or landscape pic. The search giant has teamed up with […]

This is how you Bring an Outdoor Movie Theater to your Backyard

Who says you can’t enjoy your favorite flicks outdoors?

I’ve hosted movie night in my backyard a couple of times for a few friends, and while it can take a lot of planning and effort to get set up, usually the results are worth the hassle. You can pull off your backyard movies without spending a lot by renting a lot of the equipment you need (such as a projector and screen); however, if you plan on  [Read More…]

Samsung to bring ‘rose pink’ Galaxy S8+ to Taiwan for a limited time

Taiwan is getting a limited editing ‘rose pink’ Galaxy S8+ next month.

Samsung is known for adding colors to its flagship retinue in the months following a Galaxy launch, and we’re seeing the first signs of that strategy unfold.

Starting in July, Samsung Taiwan plans to sell a ‘rose pink’ version of the Galaxy S8+ on its online store for a limited time, since artificial scarcity is the hallmark of a shrewd marketing campaign. It will cost  [Read More…]

Moto E4 and E4 Plus hope to bring a touch of class to the entry level

Motorola is on a hardware tear, revealing two new entry-level devices in the Moto E lineup.

Motorola has unveiled yet another set of phones this week, after the entry-level Moto C series in May and the near-flagship Moto Z2 Play in early June.

Moto E4 Plus in Iron Gray

These ones, the Moto E4 and E4 Plus, fit somewhere in the middle of the company’s lineup, and reinforce a design language that debuted with the new  [Read More…]

Android experiments bring out the weird side of Google I/O

A co-operative virtual reality game, an easily trainable neural network, and multiplayer Quick Draw! — come take a peek at some of the experiments on display at Google I/O 2017.

What’s the best way to show off Google’s varying underlying technologies? Make them fun to use!

Every year at I/O, Google dedicates a portion of the show floor to experiments submitted by various developers from around the world. I managed to find some time to try a majority of  [Read More…]

Moto C and C Plus bring Motorola simplicity to under-€120 crowd

New phones for growing markets.

Motorola has announced two new budget phones for Latin America, Europe and Asia Pacific, the Moto C and Moto C Plus.

While both phones share design similarities with the Moto Gs announced earlier in the year, they expense with the metal pleasantries in order to keep the corners down. Instead, they focus on software experience and battery life.

The Moto C offers a “micro-textured back cover”, 5-inch 854×480 pixel display, a quad-core  [Read More…]

Bring wireless music to your home with the Sonos Play:1 for $180

Our friends at Thrifter are back again, this time with a Sonos discount you won’t want to miss!

The powerful and compact Sonos Play:1 speaker is currently $ 20 off at Amazon, dropping the price of it down to just $ 179.99. While $ 20 may not seem like a big discount, it isn’t too often that we see any savings on these speakers, so you don’t want to miss when it happens. Whether you have Sonos speakers already  [Read More…]

OnePlus 5’s alleged 3,600 mAh battery to bring 25% improvements in charging speed

The OnePlus 5 the next flagship the Android world is keenly anticipating. The handset has leaked a few times online and was also teased by the company’s own CEO a few days ago. In recent months, we’ve seen several rumors outlining the phone’s specs, although some have presented conflicted information. The latest leak coming out […]

Try to bring the world back to life with Symphony of the Machine on PlayStation VR

The world seems barren, but with your help it doesn’t have to stay that way.

A world filled with bleak red canyons. A tower stretched up into the sky. A world waiting to come back to life. Symphony of the Machine brings all this and plenty more to a puzzle based game with gorgeous visuals, great music, but occasionally questionable controls. The premise of a mystery wrapped in a tower that control the weather is interesting enough,  [Read More…]