Tag Archive: Can’t


The OnePlus Explorer Backpack is the perfect present you can’t buy

OnePlus’s new bag is the height of craftsmanship and a return to its most-hated practice.

OnePlus is known for flagship phones that don’t break the bank, high-quality accessories, and they already make a pretty great backpack, which is why when they announced alongside the OnePlus 6T that they were releasing a new backpack with a higher capacity and a slicker look, we all sat up and took notice. The OnePlus Explorer Backpack is beautiful, durable, and one  [Read More…]

You can’t afford to pass up these discounted Ring devices

No reason not to buy.

Home security cameras and monitoring systems are becoming far more popular as the prices continue to drop, and Ring’s Black Friday prices are so good that you basically have no reason not to be buying one right now. The whole “Do-It-Yourself” alarm system concept has been around for a few years now, and there are a variety of options, but Ring makes one of the most complete packages out there that doesn’t  [Read More…]

Can’t access Ingress Prime? Here’s the fix!

Are you experiencing issues logging in to Ingress Prime? Here’s what you should do!

Niantic launched its huge update for Ingress known as Ingress Prime which has given the game a fresh new look, and the ability for the developers to start adding new content to the game. Unfortunately, the launch has caused some bugs and issues to pop up when loading up the new version of the game. If you’re looking for some help on how  [Read More…]

Symmetry Series for Galaxy S9+ can’t shake that OtterBox bulk

This glittery clear case is rugged, dependable, and too bulky to tolerate every day.

In a market that’s saturated with cases from thousands upon thousands of casemakers in every shade, color, and style available, it’s easy for users to get reliant on name brands to find cases of quality. Even among our favorite Samsung Galaxy S9+ cases, known names like Spigen and SUPCASE make the rounds because they deliver quality and security time and time again.

Otterbox  [Read More…]

TicWatch Pro vs. Apple Watch: Features or polish, because I can’t have both

There are a lot of things here Apple should pay attention to.

I’ve been an active Apple Watch user for 260 days. Not a lot compared to some of the other smartwatch folks around me, but enough for me to know a fair bit about the strengths and weaknesses of the platform through my daily use. I’m largely a fan of the way Apple does things on the Watch, but like most smartwatch owners I find myself  [Read More…]

Some Samsung users can’t edit app permission alerts for Facebook apps

Affected apps include Facebook, Messenger, Instagram, and WhatsApp.

In Android Oreo on Samsung’s Galaxy phones, one of the new features included with the update is something called “App Permission Monitor.” With this, you can choose to get a notification when applications in the background are using certain permissions (like your microphone, camera, etc.) that you may not be aware of otherwise.

It’s a great tool and can be genuinely useful at times, but for whatever reason, some  [Read More…]

These are the Android apps I can’t live without

These days, it’s easy to forget that smartphones didn’t always have vast app stores and ecosystems; just over a decade ago, the apps that came on your phone were the apps you were stuck with. These days, we’re spoiled by the enormous selection of apps and services at our disposal that fill our phones with endless potential.

Among the millions of apps out there, most people have narrowed down their needs and found the apps that work for  [Read More…]

Android Things is the smart home’s saving grace and it can’t come soon enough

Android Things could be what it takes to make all these smart things be simple things, too.

In an article gushing over my Logitech Harmony remote I mentioned that I had a horrible mish-mash of smart “stuff” in my house and tying it all together was a pain. That prompted a conversation where someone reached out to me with a really great question that I had a tough time answering: Where should I start if I want  [Read More…]

MrMobile can’t get his head around the LG G7

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The LG G7 is tough to wrap my brain around, even given the space of two videos in which to do it. On the one hand, the G7 packs some truly compelling differentiators: the old reliable wide-angle camera on the back; the new Boombox speaker system rumbling away beneath the Raspberry Rose paint; the return of both IP68 ingress protection and MIL-STD 810G ruggedization. On the other hand, it’s shaved off some  [Read More…]

Boardefuse review: It has a purpose but we just can’t figure out what it is

If you’re looking for a ever-popular “brain trainer” or puzzle-type of apps or games, a new one available in the Play Store is Boardefuse. Boardefuse is a new all-ages puzzle game from the developer Chronohole. Like, very new… 10+ installs to-date (as of time of writing)! No, not 10 million— 10. And that’s ok; many new […]

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