We finally wrapped a Galaxy S8 and S8 + in a Spigen’s newest cases, and they feel great.
We finally have our hands on the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+, which means we can finally test out how all those Spigen cases feel and look on the phone itself. If you’re still on the fence about which cases is best fit for your Galaxy S8 and S8+, take a good look at all the great cases Spigen [Read More…]
Everyone can now make audio calls on Google’s Duo.
Google rolled out audio calling in Duo last month, starting with users in Brazil. The feature lets you easily toggle between video or audio calls from within Duo’s interface, and the app’s technical lead Justin Uberti announced today that audio calling is now available to all users globally.
Just like Duo’s video calls, the audio calls feature is optimized for spotty connections, so even if you’re on [Read More…]
You probably have no location sharing tools from Google right now.
Unless you’ve received the most recent Google Maps update, with all of the fun new integrated location sharing features baked right in, you’re kind of screwed right now. Instead of waiting until the Maps update was totally pushed out to every Android user, Google flipped the switch and killed location sharing on Google+ for just about everyone.
That means you have no Google-based location sharing option [Read More…]
Back in August, Google says that its standalone video-chat app Duo will be getting audio calls soon. However, the search giant didn’t provide an exact date. Now, after 7 months of waiting Google is finally rolling out for Audio calls for its Duo app for users worldwide. The announcement was made by Google’s Head for […]
It is impossible to go seven or more days without some messaging news from Google.
Google seems to understand that it needs to pare its messenger story down to a few apps that cover everyone’s needs (so it’s easier for people to ignore them all and use WhatsApp anyway). And, to some extent, that’s what is happening, but everything feels so chaotic and is changing before replacements are ready.
It just feels like Google has gone off [Read More…]
AT&T is matching its competitors by opening up unlimited data to everyone.
AT&T has decided to throw up its proverbial hands after a week of intense competition in the mobile space, saying that as of February 17 its unlimited plan, which is currently only available to DirecTV customers, will be expanded to all postpaid customers.
Starting tomorrow, AT&T1 will launch a new AT&T Unlimited plan. The plan will be available to all consumer and business postpaid AT&T [Read More…]
Can a neural network learn to recognize doodles? Google intends to find out.
Google has always had a vested interest in developing and exposing people to the growing power of machine learning technologies. Their most entertaining way of doing this is through their A.I. experiments, which invite the public to explore machine learning by playing with pictures, music and language.
Their latest experiment, Quick, Draw! lets you play a virtual game of pictionary against a neutral [Read More…]
This week, Jerry, Daniel and Andrew dive deeper into the Pixel and Pixel XL, discussing the phones’ best and worst features after two weeks of use. It’s also good and bad news on the earnings front, as Google pulled its most profitable quarter ever while LG and Samsung would rather forget about 2016 altogether.
Also: the LG V20 and the never-ending saga of carrier bloatware!
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Sony has created something that is somehow greater than the sum of its parts, and in some cases will improve over time.
Pros The most comfortable headset yet Comparably inexpensive Healthy software ecosystem Cons Mediocre controllers 180-degree rotation isn’t great Game setup is occasionally obnoxious Thoroughly well executed PlayStation VR Full Review
There’s a big gap between smartphone-based VR and desktop-based VR. The most you’ll pay for great smartphone-based VR is around $ 100, and desktop-based [Read More…]
The value of carrier updates is sometimes overlooked.
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: Updates straight from Google = good. Updates that go through carriers, which have to pass certain quality control and network performance tests and are therefore mired in delays and bugs = bad.
That’s the story that we often tell people, directly or indirectly, and as a straight narrative it’s largely true. But like any narrative in this world, there is [Read More…]