Tag Archive: Here’s

Here’s your first look at the Meizu M5c

Meizu’s M5c is all set to make its debut shortly.

Meizu’s upcoming phone in the budget segment will be the M5c. An anonymous source shared a screenshot of the device’s official listing on Meizu’s website with us. The non-final version of the listing doesn’t list the specs, but it does give us a look at the design of the phone as well as the color options — black, blue, red, pink, and gold.

In terms of  [Read More…]

Here’s what we want to see at Google I/O 2017 [Roundtable]

Here’s what we want Google to show us at I/O 2017.

Google I/O 2017 is just a few days away and we’re excited. If you’ve ever been to I/O you know that it’s three days where the future of Android, Chrome and just about everything Google does gets talked about and shown off. While it’s primarily a developer conference, seeing that future and getting a hands-on demo of it has everyone looking forward to using it every  [Read More…]

Moving from Windows Phone to Android? Here’s what you need to know

It might hurt a little, but if you’re a Windows 10 Mobile user thinking of jumping ship to Android, we’re here to help.

One of Android’s most redeeming features is how open it is. You’re forced to have some Google involvement. But the truth is, you can make the switch and still be all about Microsoft if you want to. After all, why should you give up the services you love just because you change phone platforms?

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Microsoft Build 2017 is happening! Here’s how to follow it

Catch all the Microsoft Build announcements over at Windows Central!

Microsoft Build is like Google I/O, but rainier. I kid, I kid. This year, Microsoft’s annual developer takes place in the company’s hometown of Seattle, Washed Out (don’t @ me, Andrew).

Starting May 10 at 8am PT / 11am ET, the event kicks off with a keynote by CEO Satya Nadella, and even though Microsoft just announced its new Chromebook competitor, Windows 10 S, along with a  [Read More…]

Eye tracking is coming to HTC Vive: Here’s what you need to know

aGlass brings eye tracking support to the HTC Vive – here’s what you should know!

Following the release of several high-end VR headsets, hardware manufacturers are beginning to search for the “next big thing” in virtual reality. While wireless VR and improved visual fidelity are seeing heavy investment, various new technologies are emerging which promise to deliver a more immersive experience. Enhanced tracking is one of these areas of interest, in an attempt to further bridge the  [Read More…]

Here’s why Xiaomi got rid of the headphone jack in the Mi 6

Xiaomi explains why it ditched the 3.5mm jack on the Mi 6.

There’s a lot to like in the Xiaomi Mi 6, but one change that has frustrated potential customers is the removal of the 3.5mm jack. Xiaomi isn’t the first company to ditch the ubiquitous port for USB-C audio, and we now have a clearer understanding of why the move was carried out.

In a statement to Android Central, Xiaomi revealed that the headphone jack was  [Read More…]

Here’s why you shouldn’t be quick to judge Google Play Music in India

You’ll eventually find the music you’re looking for on Play Music.

Google Play Music All Access went live in India earlier this month, offering unlimited streaming and offline downloads for just ₹89 ($ 1.40) a month. With access to over 40 million songs, there’s certainly a lot to explore in All Access.

That said, the main problem with the service is discovery. You’ll have to put in a few hours’ worth of effort to get everything  [Read More…]

LastPass users, here’s what to expect in Android O

The company details what using LastPass will be like in Android’s next tasty iteration.

Do you use LastPass? And do you plan to use Android O on your device? In a lengthy blog post, LastPass detailed what to expect from the password manager now that Android will offer auto-fill capabilities across the entire operating system.

From its blog:

Here at LastPass, the hands-down, most-exciting part of Android O is Autofill APIs. Users running Android O will save tons  [Read More…]

Want a 128GB Samsung Galaxy S8+? Here’s where in the world it’s coming

Samsung’s bigger S8 is getting a bigger storage option… but only in South Korea and China.

Everywhere else in the world will see only 64GB models at this time, but a Samsung Galaxy S8+ with 128GB of storage and 6GB of RAM is being prepared for a bundle in South Korea and China, according to a listing on Samsung’s Korean site found by ETVNews. While 64GB internal will be enough for most folks, I admit I wouldn’t turn my  [Read More…]

LG G6 now available: Here’s everything you need to know!

The LG G6 is one of the most exciting phones of the year, and a good introduction to flagship season 2017! Should you buy it or wait for the Galaxy S8?

It’s April 7, and that means the LG G6 is now available to buy in the U.S. and Canada (though carriers have been shipping them to some lucky pre-orderers for a couple of weeks now). Choosing to buy a new phone is a tough decision, but  [Read More…]