Tag Archive: Different


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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U.S. carriers charge you exorbitantly every month, and still sell your information — should we expect something different?

At some point we should expect a reduction in the cost of service in exchange for this data.

With pressure from T-Mobile and some prepaid offerings, U.S. carriers have consistently upped their data offerings in the past few years to provide a pretty good value for your money — that is, compared to the vastly expensive per-gigabyte pricing we had before. Now, despite having lots of unlimited plan options, people spend more per month on cell service  [Read More…]

Jabra Elite 65t review: Familiar name shows off something a bit different

The Jabra Elite 65t is a set of truly wireless Bluetooth earphones with a unique design and a nice set of features. But is the performance worth the price? Read on for our complete review on Jabra’s latest and greatest.

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Nine innovative indie games for when you want to try something different

Bored of playing standard games? Indie developers have your back. Check this list of innovative indie games that stand out through stunning graphics or gameplay.

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What’s new and different: Samsung Galaxy S9 vs Samsung Galaxy S8

Samsung announced its next-gen flagship this week, the Galaxy S9. But is it worth upgrading if you already own a Galaxy S8?

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Action Launcher and Nova Launcher take different approaches to Adaptive Icons

Google’s Adaptive Icons has popular launcher developers solving problems in innovative ways.

With their most recent versions, popular third-party launchers Action Launcher and Nova Launcher are approaching the implementation of Google’s Adaptive Icons in different ways.

Nova Launcher’s latest beta offers users the opportunity to dynamically reshape existing icons, which doesn’t always work out but looks great a lot of the time. The upside? No custom icon pack necessary.

Action Launcher’s latest version does the  [Read More…]

Samsung is playing on a different level, and now the iPhone is the only competition

There are tons of companies making great phones. But Samsung only cares about one.

Samsung has a great way of keeping itself in the technology conversation by having dueling flagship phone releases: a Galaxy S around March, and a Galaxy Note around August. It has also had a knack for releasing really great phones over the past three years in particular. From the Galaxy S8 to the larger Galaxy S8+ and now Galaxy Note 8, Samsung has  [Read More…]

Budget vs. Mid-range vs. Premium: Exploring the different phone categories

The budget and mid-range phone space is full of great phones, so does that make you less likely to buy a flagship?

The Android space is saturated. There are great phones at every price point, from the $ 70 Moto E4 all the way up to the $ 800+ Galaxy S8+. And while the premium phone segment will always have a place in the market for early adopters and tech enthusiasts, it’s not clear whether the returns are  [Read More…]

The HTC Vive you can buy now is very different from the original

Take a look at how much the Vive has improved since launch.

If you are one of the many people with a pre-ordered launch edition of the HTC Vive, you’ll be a little surprised to see how different the Vive is now for someone walking into a store to pick one up off the shelf. The latest refresh happened in January, and all of the little changes come together to form a decent little refresh.

Here’s what’s  [Read More…]

MosaLingua Spanish: A different but familiar way of learning Spanish (Review)

As the only native Spanish speaker in AndroidGuys, it is always amusing for me to see Android apps for learning Spanish. After all, it is a fairly useful language, with approximately 500 million people talking it natively throughout the world. There are different approaches for learning it, but MosaLingua Spanish uses a fairly common one: repetition. Developer: […]