Tag Archive: Challenge


OnePlus announces the Crackables gaming challenge, starts September 18

October is shaping up to be quite an interesting month for smartphone lovers. First off, Google is expected to unveil the Pixel 3 during an event on October 9. Then, if the rumor mill is correct, OnePlus will be taking the stage to launch its next-gen creation the OnePlus 6T on October 17.

Well until then, OnePlus plans to keep us distracted with something else. The phone maker just announced a new challenge on Twitter. It’s called Crackables and apparently  [Read More…]

4 things the Galaxy Home must do to challenge the Echo, Home, and HomePod

The Galaxy Home could be a total flop, but it doesn’t have to be.

On Thursday, August 9, Samsung hosted its Unpacked event in New York City to talk about its three biggest gadgets going into the second half of the year.

The Galaxy Note 9 was the star of the show, and while the Galaxy Watch wasn’t a huge focus, it was something we were expecting to make an appearance. What did catch us off guard,  [Read More…]

Want a challenge? Here are seven of the most competitive games on Android

Like to challenge yourself or a complete stranger to a battle of wits? Are you the type to play a level or game again and again in an attempt to better your score? Here are five incredibly competitive games for Android.

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The Star Wars Jedi Challenge is AR-awesome and all I want is more

I got to be Rey and it was so great.

They say that greed and desire are the path to the dark side. I don’t care.

I want to get my hands on the Star Wars Jedi Challenge that Lenovo and Disney have cooked up. Now. I got a brief demo with the Jedi Challenge after its unveiling at IFA 2017 and I think that it and AR games like it are definitely part of the future of gaming.

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BlackBerry KEYone one-week challenge: Can it be a daily driver?

The KEYone isn’t just another Android phone; it’s a BlackBerry lover’s dream phone and, for many younger people, a completely new way to input text on a phone. That’s why we tasked our newest reviewer, Jacklyn Dallas, with using the KEYone for a week as her daily driver to see how it stacked up. Her results were… interesting.

Follow Jacklyn as she explores the BlackBerry KEYone from unboxing to uncovering all of its nuances! And then go say hi  [Read More…]

LeEco will challenge the Samsung Galaxy S8 soon enough

A week ago we told you that the OnePlus’s next flagship might make it out into the wild with a dual-curved display ala Galaxy S7 edge/Galaxy S8 and a Snapdragon 835 processor under the hood. Well it seems that the Galaxy S8 won’t have only the OnePlus 5 to fear. According to images leaked out […]

From the Editor’s Desk: The 2017 flagship challenge

Tell me why I should care about your phone for more than a couple of months.

The lack of a Samsung Galaxy S8 launch at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona presents an opportunity for everyone else with a smartphone (or smartwatch, or tablet, or whatever) to sell. And sure enough, the mess of press conferences now scheduled for the afternoon of February 26 shows just how many rival manufacturers have stepped in to fill the publicity vacuum.  [Read More…]

B!Sides Brain Challenge: The lost Tetris b-side (review)

THE BASICS If Tetris and Sudoku spent one wild and crazy night together “punching numbers,” then surely B!Side Brain Challenge is the fruit of their passions. The goal is to arrange blocks of positive and negative numbers inside of a 5×5 grid into horizontal or vertical groups that have a combined sum of 0. As time passes, more numbers will appear on

Google announces winners of the Android Experiments I/O Challenge

Google has just announced the winners of its Android Experiments I/O Challenge. Announced in March, Google tasked developers with coming up with creative uses for Android, with a free trip to Google I/O up for grabs for the three grand prize winners.

One of the grand prize winners was Al Bencomo, who developed the autonomous Android vehicle you can check out in the video above. Bencomo creatively uses the camera and IR sensors on an Android phone to navigate,  [Read More…]

U.S. Supreme Court won’t take up legal challenge to Google’s book-scanning project

The U.S. Supreme Court has decided not to take on a legal challenge to Google’s book-scanning project by a group of authors. That means a previous ruling by the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Google’s favor will stand.

Google first began scanning millions of books in 2004 so that users can search their text for words and phrases. In 2005, a group of writers, along with the Authors Guild filed a lawsuit against Google, stating  [Read More…]