Tag Archive: Finally


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…]

Qualcomm and Apple have finally settled its ongoing patent dispute

It’s time for Apple to pay up.

For what seems like forever at this point, Apple and Qualcomm have been going back and forth at one another over various royalty disputes.

However, on April 16, 2019, the two companies issued out a press release to announce that they’ve reached a settlement.

Per the release:

Qualcomm and Apple today announced an agreement to dismiss all litigation between the two companies worldwide. The settlement includes a payment from Apple  [Read More…]

The PlayStation Platinum Wireless Headset has finally dropped under $100

Experience your games like never before.

Sony’s PlayStation Platinum Wireless Headset is down to just $ 97.39 at Amazon for the first time ever. Before today, it had never fallen below $ 120 there and has recently sold for over $ 150. You can also find this deal over at Walmart while supplies last.

Players Gonna Play PlayStation Premium Wireless Headset

This wireless headset features 7.1 Virtual Surround Sound and lets you adjust its tuning with an  [Read More…]

Popular iOS email app Spark is finally available for Android

This could be the Inbox replacement you’re searching for.

April 2, 2019, is a big day for the world of email, for both good and bad reasons. Not only are we saying farewell to Inbox after four years of greatness, but a new Android app has also arrived that aims to be one of the better Inbox replacements we’ve seen yet. That email app is Spark.

Spark first debuted on iOS a few years back and has  [Read More…]

Smart Displays are finally getting Continued Conversations!

Coming to all Smart Displays in the U.S. in English.

Smart Displays, like the Google Home Hub and Lenovo Smart Display, are great. They’re helpful smart home gadgets and one of our favorite ways to interact with the Google Assistant, but since their debut last year, there have been some missing features compared to their screen-less smart speaker counterparts — one of the most notable being Continued Conversations.

However, as confirmed by Google to Android Central, Continued  [Read More…]

You can finally use Google Duo on the web

Google Duo launched WAY back in 2016. It started as just a Facetime alternative on Android, but soon it was apparent that Google had bigger plans. We thought that would become even more immediate when it made the announcement that Hangouts would be retired.

However, things slowed and it really never looked like we’d see Duo move past Android phones. We really wanted to have it on the web as a full-fledged replacement for Hangouts calls, but it just didn’t  [Read More…]

Samsung will finally let you remap the Bixby button on older Galaxy phones

The only caveat is that they need to be running Android Pie.

Samsung’s new Galaxy S10 has a lot going for it, but among the new AMOLED display, triple camera setup, etc., one of the things we’re most excited about is Bixby Key Customization — a feature that allows you to finally remap the physical Bixby button.

What’s even more exciting, is that Samsung has now confirmed that you’ll be able to remap the Bixby button on  [Read More…]

It’s time to finally try Soylent thanks to this 20% discount

Sip on savings.

Check out the Soylent Presidents’ Day Sale and save 20% on your purchases when you use code PREZDAY20 during checkout. This is a rare promotion that can be used on any product the company offers. Typically we only see discounts on specific drink packs or quantities, so now makes the perfect time to buy if you’ve been wondering what all the buzz is about. Shipping is free on orders of $ 20 or more.

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Android Auto is finally coming to select Toyota vehicles

Toyota’s starting with support for 5 models.

Android Auto is our favorite way to interact with maps, music, and notifications while on the road. To ensure as many people as possible can experience this for themselves, Toyota is finally jumping aboard the Android Auto bandwagon.

Toyota made the announcement at the Chicago Auto Show, saying the following:

Today at the Chicago Auto Show, Toyota has announced Android Auto compatibility for the first time in select vehicles, including  [Read More…]

Nokia is finally bringing its phones to carriers in the U.S. and Canada

Nokia’s launching two new budget phones in honor of the expansion.

HMD Global has been doing wonders with the Nokia brand over the last couple years, and while we’ve seen a ton of excellent Nokia phones hit the market, North America hasn’t been a primary focus with these efforts.

Now, after selling a handful of unlocked phones in the U.S. and Canada, Nokia’s bringing two new phones to carriers in these countries for the first time.

Those  [Read More…]