Tag Archive: getting


PlayStation VR is getting Skyworld early next year

Start practicing now, PSVR fans, this is going to be a pretty big deal.

Few VR strategy games immerse you in quite the same way as Skyworld. This is an interactive tabletop strategy game where you place towers, build troops, and conquer the opponent on the other side of the table. But the best news is that person opposite you is an actual real person thanks to online PVP matchmaking. Skyworld has proven tremendously popular on Oculus  [Read More…]

Best Cases To Keep Your Wired Earbuds From Getting Tangled

There’s endless variety when it comes to wired earbuds, but a common issue — whether you’re using a pair of $ 20 earbuds or a $ 200 option — is the cables tangling up. Thankfully, there are a few cases that provide an easy fix for this particular problem. Digital Innovations’ The Nest is a particularly great option as it has a unique design that ensures that your earbuds stay secure.

Our pick The Nest

The Nest does  [Read More…]

Google announces Android is getting on board with foldable displays

Samsung’s upcoming foldable smartphone was finally revealed during its Developer Conference yesterday.

Well soon afterwards, Google also issued a press statement to announce that Android has added native platform support for a new class of devices called “foldables”. Actually, Samsung and Google have been working together when creating the new One UI for Samsung’s phones. So it’s no surprise Google is adding support to this novel form factor.

The idea is that Android will strive to offer a smooth transition  [Read More…]

Getting started with password managers

According to my password manager, I have 328 entries in it. That’s a lot of accounts to keep track of. What most people do is that they have the same password for almost all accounts. This means that, if one of those 300+ sites gets hacked and exposes personal information, hackers would have the access to all of your accounts.

However, unless you keep them on a notebook, it is impossible to remember so many passwords for so many different services.  [Read More…]

Huawei Mate 20 Pro: 5 reasons why you should consider getting it

Hot on the heels of the excellent Huawei P20 Pro, the recently-announced Mate 20 Pro continues the company’s impressive run of flagship devices. It’s a monster phone, packed with the latest technology and the company’s latest feature.

With the Mate 20 Pro, Huawei hopes to be able to take on the market leaders, Samsung and Apple, who also introduced new flagship models in the last few months.

But given that there are so many flagship options available today, the big  [Read More…]

Spotify is getting an official app for Wear OS

You’ll be able to browse playlists, favorite songs, and more.

Wear OS’s app selection is actually pretty good, but ever since it was first released as Android Wear back in 2014, one of the biggest absences has been a proper Spotify app. Well, ladies and gentlemen, that’s finally changing.

On October 17, Spotify announced on its official blog that it’s launching a standalone Wear OS app for its streaming service so you can access the best bits  [Read More…]

Stardew Valley for Android is a game worth getting hyped about!

One of the most celebrated indie gaming releases in recent years, Stardew Valley will arrive on mobile later this month — available for iOS on Oct. 24th and coming to the Google Play Store sometime later.

What is Stardew Valley?

If you’ve never heard of or played Stardew Valley before, it’s basically a farming simulator built atop a robust 16-bit open-ended RPG that lets you play and develop your character and farm as you choose. The story begins with  [Read More…]

The Pixel Camera is finally getting support for wired microphones

You don’t need to spend more money to get sick new camera features.

The Google Pixel 3 is here and like the Pixel 2 and original Pixel, it’s shaping up to be one of the best cameras you can use in a phone today, but no matter if you have a new Pixel pre-ordered of you’re still hanging onto an OG Pixel — because it’s still a pretty good phone today — there are still plenty of  [Read More…]

Tired of getting screwed by airlines? Score great deals on tickets with Hopper (Review)

Let’s face it, buying a plane ticket is a terrible experience. The price that you get today in your searches is not the same as the one you will see tomorrow. You never know if you are getting a good deal or if waiting would be better for your wallet. What if waiting backfires and you end up paying more than you should?

While the absurd state of plane ticketing is a topic for another article, it is time to  [Read More…]

Lenovo’s Jedi Challenges headset is getting a Dark Side update

Finally, we can be bad guys.

Disney and Lenovo are pushing out the biggest update to the Jedi Challenges experience yet, and releasing some new hardware to accompany the release. The Dark Side Expansion is a free update for existing Jedi Challenges owners, and as the name suggests it allows you to fight and train as the only living wielder of that power in the Star Wars universe today. But since it would be weird to fight  [Read More…]