Tag Archive: Devices

Don’t let your old devices rot in a drawer. Sell them on Gazelle.com for instant cash

We all love our gadgets. Part of that passion can lead to a lot of waste which is not only a strain on your bottom line, but it is also a major environmental threat. Many of you may not realize this, but your two year old cell phone or tablet still has potential value. But it

150 Minimalist HD wallpapers for your mobile devices

The wallpapers on our smartphones, tablets and computers can speak volumes about who we are. Today’s collection of wallpapers represents those who prefer simple and minimal things with our collection of 150 HD and QHD Minimalist wallpapers. We’ve changed things up lately and will be sharing the entire collection through Google Photos rather than hosting them

Android N’s seamless update feature won’t be available on current Nexus devices

During its day ine keynote speech at the start of this year’s I/O developer conference, Google officially debuted a new feature that would allow Android devices to automatically update to the latest version of the platform without any major input from the user thanks to tweaks in Android N.

For Google, this meant that once the company released an update out into the wild, they knew that their Nexus-branded handsets would automatically be upgraded with security patches and new features,  [Read More…]

Control your home theater equipment from Android devices with the Blumoo universal remote

The days of losing remote controls are over. With today’s Androidguys.com deal of the day, you can control all of your IR devices with the Blumoo Bluetooth universal remote. At a savings of 47%, the Blumoo is a steal that you shouldn’t pass up if you want to control your home from your Android and iOS

Lenovo aims to change how you think about and use your personal devices

Lenovo has announced that it will be holding its second annual tech world conference on June 9 in San Francisco, CA. The company will be launching the first Project Tango-enabled phone with Google, as well as unveiling some new tech that was designed by Motorola. With this new technology, Lenovo hopes to be able to change the way we interact with and feel about our most personal devices.

From Lenovo’s announcement:

Tech World 2016 will also host major  [Read More…]

50 rich and colorful geometric wallpapers for your mobile devices (HD and QHD resolution)

We’ve put together 50 colorful and geometric wallpapers for you to enjoy on your mobile devices. You can also use them as your desktop backgrounds. All images are QHD or HD resolution so they should look fantastic on your displays. We’ve changed things up lately and will be sharing the entire collection through Google Photos rather

Gearbest offering month-long deep discounts on tablets and 2-in-1 devices

In the market for a new tablet? Why bother spending hundreds of dollars on something with a big name brand stamped on it? Did you know that you can often get just as much hardware for less money if you consider another OEM? Like smartphones, the tablet space is starting to see more competition from

Charge all your devices at once with Kinkoo 6-port Charger

Quick, how many devices do you own which utilize a USB port for charging? We bet it’s more than a couple. Now, factor in the others living in your house. Before you know it, there’s a whole bunch of phones, tablets, and accessories fighting for a place to charge. If you’re the type of person

Amazon’s Alexa devices can tell you what happened on your favorite Syfy TV show

Syfy is the first cable TV network to add support for Amazon’s family of devices that use the Alexa digital assistant such as the Amazon Echo and Echo Dot speakers and the Fire TV boxes.

Syfy’s website has the details on its support for Alexa:

Alexa has exhaustive knowledge of Syfy’s schedule as far out as 14 days in the future. Plan your schedule and never miss the next episode of your favorite Syfy shows. Alexa  [Read More…]

Google checks more than 6 billion installed apps, scans 400 million devices daily

Google is continuing to take Android security very seriously, and that shows in the Android Security 2015 Annual Report. Last year, Google announced a reduction of Potentially Harmful Apps (PHA) by nearly half and has kept that momentum up this year. The company now scans around 400 million devices and 6 billion installed apps each day, a huge jump from where it was in 2014.

Some of the other key takeaways from the report include:

We  [Read More…]