Tag Archive: Found


Every Oculus Go game we’ve found that doesn’t work

Did Oculus REALLY mean it when they said Go had over 1000 games?

When the Oculus Go was released we were told there was going to be over 1,000 games and apps for us to play around in. Yet from the moment I received my I’ve been experiencing quite a bit of error messages when trying to get into games. That or the controls for games straight up don’t work.

This got me wondering how many of  [Read More…]

New malware alert: ExpensiveWall found hidden in Android wallpaper apps

Another month, another Android malware discovery. Recently Check Point security research found that a new form of Android malware was able to evade Google Play’s built-in anti-malware protections and could have infected up to 4.2 million devices. The new strain of malware – known as ExpensiveWall – was discovered and reported by Check Point early […]

We wrapped the Galaxy S8 in Spigen’s newest cases, and found there’s something for everyone

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…]

OnePlus and Meizu found to be inflating benchmark scores

The entire point of benchmark scores is comparing devices on an even playing field. If scores are being manipulated by CPU boosting and other methods that change the way the device behaves in specific apps, then the scores are no longer any use. Geekbench and XDA have found that both OnePlus and Meizu have been cheating benchmark scores by detecting benchmark apps and changing the way the device runs. Specifically, the OnePlus 3T and Meizu Pro 6. Here are the multi-core  [Read More…]

How to disable “power-intensive app found” notification on the Huawei Mate 9

How do I turn off that annoying “power-intensive apps” notification on EMUI 5.0?

One of the Huawei Mate 9’s charms is its 4000mAh battery, which allows the phone to last more than one day on a charge. But the reason for the phone’s long uptime isn’t all due to the battery size itself; Huawei has optimized EMUI 5.0, based on Android 7.0 Nougat, to notify the user (you) of apps that use an excessive amount of battery  [Read More…]

The dumbest stuff we found at CES 2017

It can’t all be good at CES, and these products … definitely weren’t.

There was a lot of great stuff at CES 2017. This stuff, however, was not on that list. From vibrating jeans to a smart shower, we could do without this stuff today, tomorrow, and forever.

Tinder VR

Tinder thought it’d be a good idea to use CES as a means to make a statement about how technology reduces our ability to make  [Read More…]

Gooligan Android malware found to have infected 1 million Google accounts

If you’re in the habit of installing applications from third party app stores (meaning not from the Google Play Store) then you might want to listen to this. Apparently there’s a new malware in town going by the name of Gooligan, which is capable of doing nasty things to your Google account. Gooligan was unearthed

Samsung Galaxy S7 edge found to be safest phone among flagships

There’s no doubt smartphones have changed the way we live. We can connect with friends around the world, stream video and music and do just about anything with a couple of taps. But are smartphones all about the benefits of living in an interconnected world? Some don’t think so. Many studies have been published claiming

BLU’s cheap phones found to be secretly sending sensitive user info to China

When looking to acquire a budget smartphone, most of us probably look towards Chinese manufacturers. But there are some US-based companies that also offer handsets at a bargain. Like BLU. The handset maker is relatively well known for its affordable products which rarely exceed $ 200. The phones seem like a good deal for those don’t

New battery flaw found in Galaxy Note7, might be to blame for fire incidents

Samsung announced yesterday it was putting an end to the production of its troublesome Galaxy Note7 phablet, but questions about what really made the phones catch fire continue to linger. However, the issue is being looked into and today a new report coming in from Bloomberg announced investigators now believe the recent overheating incidents may