Tag Archive: Different


Pixel 4 Face Unlock vs. Apple Face ID: How they’re different

Both are using well-established tech to detect your face and unlock your phone, but there are some substantial differences in the hardware and the methods.

Welcome to the age of Soli. Google has shown us how the Soli Sensor will do a couple of neat tricks in the Pixel 4, and while waving your hand like a Jedi to change what song is playing is pretty self-explanatory (and honestly, not that exciting), using it in tandem with  [Read More…]

Try out all of the Different Filters on FaceApp

FaceApp is back on everyone’s mind with it’s aging filter that shows off what you might look like when you turn 80. Of course this isn’t all that FaceApp can do! It’s actually got a decent number of different fun editing options, filters, backgrounds and more.

Editor Options

The aging filter in Editor is easily the most popular options that folks have been playing with this week. It definitely isn’t the only one though. There are  [Read More…]

Check the time! Where to find different clocks in Fortnite

It’s that time again! The eighth week of Fortnite’s Season 9 challenges are here, and while none of the objectives are too difficult, one does task you with visiting three different clocks spread out throughout the game. Of all the challenges, it’s likely the hardest, so to save you some time (no pun intended), we’ve found the locations for you, so all you have to do is visit them and claim your rewards.

Knowing the challenge

While this  [Read More…]

Samsung may release four different Galaxy Note 10 models

Stay up to date with all the latest on Samsung’s newest Note.

The Android space can sometimes feel like a crowded mess when going to buy a new phone, but year after year, there are some devices that manage to stand out above everything else being offered. For a while now, Samsung’s Galaxy Note series has managed to do just that.

Samsung uses its Galaxy Note line to show off the best it has to offer, making  [Read More…]

The $90 Instant Pot Duo Plus can feed a family of six nine different ways

Easiest cooking you’ll do all day.

The Instant Pot Duo Plus 60 6-quart 9-in-1 programmable pressure cooker is down to $ 89.95 on Amazon. That’s $ 40 off its regular price and only $ 10 above the lowest price we’ve seen this year. We saw a few Instant Pot deals on Black Friday, including the regular Duo 6-quart down as low as $ 50, but this model adds several functions that one doesn’t have.

The other versions  [Read More…]

Control 15 different devices with the $150 Logitech Harmony 950 remote

One remote to rule them all.

The Logitech Harmony 950 touch infrared remote control is down to $ 149.99 on Amazon. This is an all new low price for the Harmony 950 and beats out a deal we shared in August by $ 20. The remote normally sells for around $ 200 and even goes as high as $ 250.

The all-in-one remote features a 2.4-inch touchscreen with settings that allow you to power on and off  [Read More…]

The Google Home Hub is running a different OS from other Smart Displays

Google’s also using a completely different processor — but why?

At Google’s big hardware event this Tuesday, the company announced a slew of new products — one of which was the Google Home Hub. The Home Hub is the latest Smart Display to hit the market and is essentially Google’s version of products like the Lenovo Smart Display and JBL Link View.

However, while Lenovo and JBL’s gadgets run something called Android Things (an Internet of Things  [Read More…]

Google Titan vs. Yubikey 5: What’s different and which should you use?

We’re a virtual company made up of tech experts from across the globe. We take online security seriously because it’s how we make a living. We know these products because we use these products.

Titan Security Key Bundle

Made by Google

$ 50 at Google

Pros Bluetooth capable Adapts for USB A and USB C Google Titan secure element Advanced phishing protection Cons Made in China Expensive NFC not enabled

Google’s Titan Security Key Bundle  [Read More…]

What’s different about the Bose QC35 Series I and Series II?

Best answer: The main difference between the Bose QC35 Series I and Series II is that the latter supports Google Assistant and Alexa. It’s the model we recommend getting.

Amazon: Bose QC35 Series II ($ 349)

The Bose QC35 Series II has built-in Google Assistant and Alexa

The big feature of the Series II that you won’t find on Series I is built-in voice commands with the Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa.

Using the side button  [Read More…]

Save up to 50% on different products by joining the Koogeek VIP Club (Promoted)

Almost on a daily basis, you can find some pretty good deals and savings on various products. We try to highlight these with the Saturday Savings series, but those only come on Saturday.

Koogeek is trying to help you save some money all the time with its new VIP club. This new club will provide you up to 50% off of various products.

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