Tag Archive: High


Lord High Commander of Cameras [#acpodcast]

Daniel Bader, Andrew Martonik, and Russell Holly host the backdoor pilot for AC Foodcast as they talk about the GDPR Hall of Shame, OnePlus 6, and its $ 69 companion Bluetooth earbuds, Bullets Wireless.

Essential Phone 2 is reportedly canceled, and founder Andy Rubin is considering selling the company. Some people have gotten hands-on time with RED Hydrogen One, but release of the product is still a little ways off. In addition, BlackBerry is teasing the KEY2, which  [Read More…]

T-Mobile ONE Unlimited 55+ plan discounts unlimited talk, text, and high speed data for customers 55 years or older

While most major wireless carriers offer dedicated plans for senior citizens, the options are usually limited in scope or come with caveats. Some plans don’t include much data, if at all, and others restrict the handset selection. T-Mobile’s newest rate plan, the ONE Unlimited 55+, aims to disrupt that space. Right now, there are more than […]

Samsung Galaxy S8 Active render leaks in high resolution

Despite not yet being announced, as with all unreleased devices, it tends to get leaked on the build up to release date providing a glimpse into what it may look like. The case is no different with the Galaxy S8 Active. The high resolution leak comes courtesy of no other than Evan Blass, also known […]

Is using VR while high a good idea?

Is getting high and playing in VR really a good life choice?

Virtual Reality is able to transport you to entirely new worlds, sometimes with little more than a headset and a good pair of headphones. This offers up plenty of questions, including of course whether using VR while you are high is a good idea or not. After smoking with friends you might be tempted to jump into a game of Eagle’s Nest or Thumper, keeping  [Read More…]

REVIEW: udoq corrals your gadgets with style — and a high price tag

Take it from a guy with too many phones: Finding the right charging station is well worth the effort. Striking the right mix of style and utility in a docking station can be tough — but the folks behind the cheekily-named udoq might just have found it.

It’s a machined aluminum shelf that comes in four different sizes and lets you charge smartphones, tablets, or other pocketables… and unlike much of the competition, this docking station lets you use  [Read More…]

Legacy unlimited AT&T data plans aren’t worth the high cost

When the first iPhone was released almost a decade ago it was exclusive to AT&T Wireless. It was also the first time that AT&T created an Unlimited Data Plan to help iPhone users cut costs on limited data plans. The Unlimited Data Plan used to cost $ 30, and was increased to $ 35 earlier this year. Unlike

Save big on A-Audio Legacy high definition headphones (73% off plus free shipping)

It goes without saying that most of you listen to music. There is a small chance you might be using the crappy free headphones that came in the box with your smartphone. If that’s the case, you have no idea on the fun you’re missing out on. You could be missing instruments, vocals and more

Got power? Get a high speed 4-port USB universal car charger for just $20

While car chargers are nothing to get excited about, they are essential for those of us who are on the go. Five years ago, a single port charger was the norm, but with a wide range of mobile devices, we are in need for more. Today’s AndroidGuys Deal of the Day offers up a four

Xiaomi 20000mAh Mi Power Bank review: High quality for $25

The $ 25 Xiaomi 20000mAh Mi Power Bank has it all.

Xiaomi is primarily known for its phones, but the vendor also makes a slew of accessories, including power banks. The latest product in this category is the 20000mAh Mi Power Bank, which offers the largest battery capacity yet.

The Chinese vendor approaches its accessories the same way it handles phones, which means that you can expect a well-designed power bank offering great value for money.  [Read More…]

Illinois school district to issue Chromebooks to high school students this fall

Starting with the 2016-2017 school year, freshmen and sophomore high school students in Grayslake, Illinois will be issued Chromebooks for their schoolwork as part of a new 1-to-1 device program. Following a number of device pilot programs and network infrastructure expansion, Grayslake Community High School District 127 settled on Chromebooks as the best digital tool for their system. Students will use the computers with a wide range of web apps designed around their lessons.

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