Tag Archive: Finally

Android Pie is finally coming to the LG G7 in the U.S. and Europe

Verizon users appear to be the first to receive the update here in the U.S.

What you need to know The Android 9 Pie update is rolling out to LG G7 users in Europe and the U.S. The update includes gesture navigation, adaptive battery, and Cine Shot among other improvements. Verizon users appear to be the first to receive the update in the U.S.

At long last, LG G7 users outside of South Korea are  [Read More…]

Nokia 9 PureView is finally launching in India on June 6

HMD is gearing up to launch the Nokia 9 PureView in India, but it may be too little too late already.

What you need to know HMD Global has sent out press invites for the launch of the Nokia 9 PureView in India. The phone costs $ 699 in the U.S., and could retail at around ₹50,000 in the country. The marquee feature is a penta-lens arrangement with five sensors working together to produce a photo.

The  [Read More…]

Amazon now sells Pixel 3a and 3a XL — finally!

You can get the Pixel 3a XL with a $ 100 Amazon gift cards for a limited time, too

What you need to know First time Amazon is directly selling Google’s Pixel phones. The Pixel 3a XL comes with a $ 100 Amazon gift card for a limited time! From $ 399 at Amazon – Google Pixel 3a From $ 479 at Amazon – Google Pixel 3a XL

For the first time ever, you can now buy  [Read More…]

I finally gave up on Hangouts for WhatsApp — what took me so long?

The writing’s been on the wall for Hangouts for some time, but now I wish I would’ve switched sooner.

That’s it. I’m done. I’ve finally stopped using Hangouts. The trusty messaging service I’ve used every day since it was originally Google Talk, and stuck with through several product name and platform iterations, is no longer a part of my regular group of messaging services. And all it took to finally switch over was a few weeks on  [Read More…]

MediEvil for PlayStation 4 finally has a release date!

This is the way to remake a game.

MediEvil is back! After 20 years one of the PlayStations cult classics is seeing a major remake and re-release on the PlayStation 4.

From what we have seen so far it looks pretty spectacular so let’s get going and give you some details.

What is MediEvil? What kind of game is MediEvil? 4K goodness? Is there any new Gameplay? How and when can you get it? What’s new in MediEvil?  [Read More…]

The OnePlus 7 Pro will have a good vibration motor — finally

OnePlus owners, rejoice: the brand is ramping up quality of the vibrations motor on its OnePlus 7 Pro scheduled for an official announcement Tuesday. While many of the phone’s features are aimed at swaying consumers away from their iPhones or other Android devices, this update comes in direct response to criticisms among OnePlus devotees who have lamented for years about the weakness and inconsistency of the brand’s vibration tech.

“We are constantly listening to feedback from the community  [Read More…]

Google Assistant is (finally!) headed to the Sonos One and Sonos Beam

Look for a software update coming next week.

At this point we don’t really blame anyone for forgetting about Google Assistant coming to Sonos. After all, the wireless speaker company announced the integration for Sonos One way back in the fall of 2017, with the marriage to happen sometime in the next year. That year came and went, however, and we’re a quarter through the next one.

All that is to say that Google Assistant is finally  [Read More…]

Google is finally getting serious about protecting our data

Google’s changes on the privacy front hearken back to the “Do No Evil” days.

Our first look at the Android Q beta was enough to see that privacy was going to be a focus during the annual Google I/O developer conference. Now that we’ve seen much of what the company has planned for the near future, it’s evident that Google intends to go all-in when it comes helping us protect our data even when it’s outside of  [Read More…]

Samsung’s Motion Photos finally work with Google Photos

You can finally back up your shot-on-Galaxy animated stills.

While maybe not the most popular feature on any given Galaxy phone, Motion Photos is a fun feature within the Samsung camera app that livens up photos by capturing a few seconds before and after you hit the shutter button, embedding a short video behind each photo you take. They’re more or less the same as Google’s Motion Stills, except that Google Photos wasn’t able to properly store  [Read More…]

LG G8 first impressions: Finally taking Samsung head on?

LG is back again with another iteration of its “G” series, with this year seeing the launch of the G8 ThinQ, the company’s early year flagship. Going head to head against the Samsung Galaxy S10, the G8 feels familiar for anyone who has picked up an LG device in the past couple of years. An iterative design, same-y software and small improvements leave us wondering if this one is worth the upgrade if you’re currently using the LG G6 or  [Read More…]