Tag Archive: Going


POCO F1 review, 18 months later: Still going strong in 2020

The POCO F1 has aged really well, and the hardware still has a lot to offer in 2020.

I’m incredibly priveleged to be able to use the latest and greatest phones, but the frenetic pace of the industy means there isn’t a lot of time for reflection. Thankfully, there’s a lull in the launch cycle before the inevitable flood kicks off next month at Mobile World Congress, so I decided to go through all the phones I’ve  [Read More…]

Spotify is going to start using targeted advertising for podcasts

Spotify is on its way to becoming a podcast network.

What you need to know Spotify is going to start using targeted advertising for podcasts. Streaming Ad Insertion will target ads at podcast listeners based on user data. That includes age, gender, device and listening behavior.

Spotify is going to start using targeted advertising for podcasts, according to a report from The Verge.

The report notes:

Spotify is going to start using its copious amounts of user  [Read More…]

Why Android Central is going all-in on Black Friday and Cyber Monday

🎶 It’s the most wonderful time of the year… 🎶

Christmas is still a month away, but the holidays are coming up fast and furious with Black Friday and Thanksgiving happening on the same day this year. As part of our annual tradition of helping you spend your money wisely, Android Central is once again teaming up with Thrifter.com to provide a one-stop-shop for all of your Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals.

Thrifter is the best place  [Read More…]

Are you going to buy the Star Wars-themed Galaxy Note 10 bundle?

Let’s check in with the AC forums.

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker is right around the corner, and to celebrate the latest Star Wars movie, Samsung recently unveiled the gorgeous Galaxy Note 10+ Star Wars Special Edition.

The bundle is quite expensive at $ 1,299, but for Star Wars fans, it looks like a dream-come-true. You get a Star Wars-themed Note 10+, Galaxy Buds, a leather case with Kylo Ren’s iconic helmet on it, special packaging,  [Read More…]

Microsoft confirms Cortana is going away on Android and iOS in some markets

What you need to know The Cortana app on Android and iOS is going away. This includes the Cortana experience inside Microsoft Launcher. Micrososft has not said which markets will be affected.

Microsoft has today announced that the Cortana app on iOS and Android, including Cortana inside the Microsoft Launcher, is being phased out early next year in certain markets. I reported last week that Microsoft was planning to remove Cortana from the Microsoft Launcher in certain markets,  [Read More…]

Something fishy’s going on: How Google names in-development Pixels

A look at the beautiful and colorful fish that power the Google Pixel series.

I love technology and all the associated gadgets and gizmos that go along with it. I’m that guy who is likely to have the latest gear, and I enjoy finding ways to make them all work better. But my life-long passion is something a bit simpler: fish.

I love fish. I love keeping small tropical fish in aquariums, I love feeding them at  [Read More…]

Disney+ is going to support 4K streaming, but will your devices?

Best answer: When Disney+ launches on November 12, it will support 4K playback on several devices that also support it like the Chromecast Ultra, Roku Premiere, NVIDIA Shield TV, and more.

Magical pictures: Disney+ ($ 7/mo at Disney+) Beautiful cast: Chromecast Ultra ($ 69 at Amazon) Disney never looked better

When Disney+ goes live on November 12, there is going to a lot of fantastic content available. With everything from classics like Mary Poppins to modern hits  [Read More…]

Netflix is testing a feature that is going to annoy snooty directors

You will soon be able to binge-watch all of Seinfeld at 1.5X speed

What you need to know A Netflix viewer tipped Android Police that the app now includes variable-speed playback. Netflix confirms that it tests features like this. It will be interesting to see how much directors let Netflix mess with their creation.

Netflix is testing a feature that will allow viewers to speed up or slow down programs, according to a tip received by Android  [Read More…]

Google is going all in on ambient computing in 2019

From earbuds to home routers to smartphones, Google is allowing you to access its “helpful” services everywhere, all the time.

At the Google I/O 2019 keynote event, CEO Sundar Pichai explained Google’s mission when it comes to hardware products by saying “They all share a single goal: to be helpful, so we can be there for you big and small over the course of your day.” At the Made by Google 2019 Event, Google Senior Vice President  [Read More…]

Our 75% OFF eLearning sale is still going strong — take advantage today!

If you are a regular visitor to AndroidGuys, you know that we run a daily post which features a discount or limited-time promotion. Whether it’s a product, service, online training, or a giveaway, it’s a great opportunity to save big.

One of our more popular categories is online training, often because they’re discounted so heavily and typically offer lifetime access. We get it. It’s the learn-at-your-pace stuff that opens doors to new careers.

While the prices we feature are incredible  [Read More…]