Tag Archive: Didn’t


Electronauts is the VR music maker you didn’t know you wanted

The learning curve is steep, but so are the drops.

While there are a few different music games out there for the PlayStation VR, most of them are some kind of standard drumming machine trying to add an interesting VR twist. Electronauts, on the hand, achieves that twist. With striking visuals and a variety of beats to play with, this game – although I’m not sure if game is the right word – uses VR to create  [Read More…]

10 awesome products you didn’t know Xiaomi made

Xiaomi sells over 2,000 products under the Mi Ecosystem label.

Xiaomi is a lifestyle brand in China, offering everything from rice cookers to robot vacuums. The brand maintains a vast range of products that are sold under the Mi Ecosystem label, wherein Xiaomi ties up with — or invests in — hardware manufacturers in China to get their products integrated into its ecosystem.

The goal with the lifestyle products is to create a network of connected devices  [Read More…]

Best Chrome extensions you didn’t know about but should be using

What are the best Chrome extensions I should be using?

The amount of time most people spend browsing the internet continues to rise each year, and Google’s Chrome browser attempts to be the most comfortable and versatile browser out there. To aid in its quest, Google allows for developers to market small software extensions that modify and (in most cases) ameliorate your browsing experience. Here are 10 Chrome extensions you didn’t know about but should be using.

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Galaxy S8 Impressions: 5 things you probably didn’t know!

In the weeks since the announcement, we’ve all had a chance to form our opinions on the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+. And there’s a lot to get to grips with: a wealth of new features, gigantic screens and an even bigger price tag.

Nevertheless, many areas of the new phones remain misunderstood or under-appreciated, and so I’ve rounded up the top five misunderstood Galaxy S8 features — things you might not know about. (Or things you might even  [Read More…]

LeEco reportedly didn’t have enough money to pay U.S. employees in March

Things aren’t looking so good for LeEco lately…

LeEco Inc. was forced to delay payroll for U.S. employees in March, according to Bloomberg Technology, which spoke to people familiar with the matter. This latest bit of bad news from the embattled Chinese technology conglomerate seems to further confirm that the company is struggling for cash.

It’s been a tough go overall for LeEco since the company attempted to make a big splash last October when it launched  [Read More…]

Best Chrome extensions you didn’t know about but should be using

What are the best Chrome extensions I should be using?

Update 24 March 2017: We’ve refreshed this list to ensure you’re kept up to the latest when it comes to the best Chrome extensions you should be using.

The amount of time most people spend browsing the internet continues to rise each year, and Google’s Chrome browser attempts to be the most comfortable and versatile browser out there. To aid in its quest, Google allows for  [Read More…]

Here’s a neat Chrome + multi-window trick you probably didn’t know about

It’s easy to open links in the opposite window, or juggle Chrome tabs between both viewports.

Android 7.0‘s multi-window feature is great, letting you split your display between two full screen apps. But it comes with a few caveats, including the fact that you generally can’t run different instances of the same app in both windows.

Google Chrome, however, is smart enough to juggle tabs between windows, letting you view different pages in each half of the  [Read More…]

10 Chrome extensions you didn’t know existed but should be using

What are the best Chrome extensions I should be using?

The amount of time most people spend browsing the internet continues to rise each year, and Google’s Chrome browser attempts to be the most comfortable and versatile browser out there. To aid in its quest, Google allows for developers to market small software extensions that modify and (in most cases) ameliorate your browsing experience. Here are 10 Chrome extensions you didn’t know about but should be  [Read More…]

What if the iPhone ran Android, and Google didn’t allow iOS users to use Google Search, Gmail and YouTube?

I finally got back to San Diego, after a ten day holiday vacation with my family. I had a great time celebrating and feasting with the ones I love.

Being an Editor/Writer for AndroidGuys.com comes with a whole host of job duties that aren’t part of what I signed up for – like being the family and friends I.T. guy from the moment I get to my hometown. The ironic part of these duties is I spend more time helping  [Read More…]

My first day with OnHub didn’t go well

Google’s OnHub routers are designed to be simple, and that makes them too simple for me.

I finally got around to looking at the ASUS OnHub router. Google wasn’t lying when they say it’s better looking than the Sputnik-inspired dual-band router with multiple external antennas and plenty of blinking things that I’m using now. I could see me putting this on the end table, where it would provide better reception in my house than it would  [Read More…]