Tag Archive: Enough


This $6 folding wall charger is small enough to fit in your pocket

Stop using wall chargers that only support one device and grab this deal from our pals at Thrifter!

Right now you can pick up Aukey’s folding wall charger for just $ 5.99 with coupon code HUY9CY9Q, a savings of $ 4. It features two USB ports for keeping your favorite devices charged up, and has a 2.4A output, so it will charge them on the quicker side. The prongs fold down to keep the profile small.

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Moto Z2 Force, a second opinion: Just not enough

Motorola had one shot at the high-end market in 2017.

By all accounts, Motorola hasn’t exactly taken the high-end smartphone market by storm with its new Moto Z2 Force. Its lukewarm response is partly due to the fact that the competition is so good this year, but primarily due to Motorola’s handful of odd decisions that dull the experience of what is mostly a great phone.

I’ve been using the Moto Z2 Force as my only phone  [Read More…]

Allo adds three more features that probably won’t be enough to make you use it

Google keeps on trying, but nobody seems to be buying.

Google’s chat app Allo is picking up three solid features today, and though there hasn’t been an official announcement we have word by way of Allo’s Head of Product, Amit Fulay, on Twitter. The new features of group incognito chats, chat backups and in-line link previews, were all previously rumored to be launching soon.

New features in #GoogleAllo rolling out  [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…]

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 […]

Golf Clash: Is it good enough to be the leader in the clubhouse? (Review)

It’s been a long time since I’ve played a golf game. Remember the glorious days of Super Stickman Golf? Those were the days. Sometimes I think that golf and mobile are meant for each other because of the relaxed nature of the game. This makes it easy to create an intuitive but fun golf-related games. […]

Had enough of Android Wear watches? How about a gaming smartwatch?

Even if the release of Android Wear 2.0, we’re still pretty skeptical the smartwatch market will blow-up. While LG’s new smartwatches are indeed worthy products, they are still pretty standard offerings. But what if smartwatch makers could find a niche that hasn’t been populated just yet? FMTwo thinks it has. The startup wants to release […]

The problem with Android permissions is too much information and not enough information all at once

People freaking out over an Android app’s permissions again was overdue.

It’s a regular happening in the tech press. An app has questionable permissions and people freak out about it. Sometimes it’s warranted, but most of the time it’s because the people freaking out don’t understand the Android permission model or haven’t taken the time to see what reasons an app might have to need those seemingly sketchy permissions. And it’s Google’s fault. Sorry, Google, we love  [Read More…]

USB-C is changing the world for the better, but it’s still not safe enough

There’s still a lot to do in order to ensure USB-C is safe for everyone.

For the most part, techy folks seem to have figured out USB-C. They mostly know you can’t just order the cheapest thing on sale at Amazon, are reasonably aware of the dangers associated with using bad cables, and there are consumer advocates out there pushing every day for better cables and more awareness. The beginnings of a safe ecosystem of cables  [Read More…]

Samsung finally officially announces its recall program. Has it done enough and how do you know your phone is safe?

Samsung recently released details of its Galaxy Note7 recall program. Weeks after the news began to break about exploding Note7 phones, Samsung has begun an exchange program with the cooperation of the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. Samsung has received flack in the past for only instituting a voluntary recall without any Governmental backing and for