Tag Archive: Latest

Android Auto Wireless is now supported on Samsung’s latest Galaxy phones

Support goes back to the S8 series and Note 8.

What you need to know Android Auto Wireless is finally expanding to non-Pixel/Nexus phones. New devices that are supported include the S10, Note 10, and more. To work, your phone needs to be running Android Pie with the v4.7 of the Android Auto app.

Android Auto is one of the best ways to stay connected while behind the wheel, and with Android Auto Wireless, you can get  [Read More…]

Wattam, the latest game from Katamari Damacy creator, finally hitting PS4

The game has been in development since at least 2015.

Wattam, the new game from Katamari Damacy creator Keita Takahashi, has been in development since at least 2015. On Tuesday, we learned that it’s finally getting a release.

During PlayStation’s State of Play, it was announced that the game will be hitting the PlayStation 4 and PC platforms in Dec. 2019.

This announcement was sort of expected. Publisher Annapurna Interactive tweeted a tease on Monday. It didn’t say  [Read More…]

Fortnite and Batman team up in latest crossover to the battle royale game

What you need to know Another Fortnite crossover is here, this time with the legendary superhero Batman. Fortnite’s Tilted Town has been made over to look like Gotham City, and has new, Batman-themed items in it for players to try out. New cosmetic skins, items, and limited-time challenges are available until October 1.

The world of Fortnite continues to get even bigger, as another iconic franchise is set to appear inside the game when Batman and Fortnite crossover.  [Read More…]

Watch the iPhone 11 take on the Galaxy Note 10 in latest drop test

What you need to know Phonebuff has released a new video drop testing the new iPhone 11 Pro Max This video pits the new iPhone against the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ The results vary, depending on the location of impact

Will Apple or Samsung’s flagship be the drop test king?

There have already been quite a few drop test videos of the iPhone 11 Pro Max by itself, so naturally the next move was to match it  [Read More…]

Hit the slopes on a snowskate in Noodlecake’s latest release, Stomped!

A snowskate is a cross between a skateboard and a snowboard, allowing you to do skateboard flip tricks at the expense of actually being strapped to the board with bindings. In real life, just riding a snowskate down a slope can be pretty challenging. As I learned playing Stomped, the latest game released by Noodlecake, mastering the snowskate is almost as difficult in the digital realm, too.

While the core concept feels similar to another game published  [Read More…]

Files by Google is gaining Chromecast support in the latest beta

It should be available for all users soon.

What you need to know Chromecast support is being added to the Files by Google app. It will support casting photos, videos, and music to all of your cast-enabled devices. It is currently rolling out to the beta version of the Files app which you can sign up for online.

The Files by Google app started out as a simple way to help users clear up space and share  [Read More…]

The latest 5% cash back deals from Chase

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It might be hard to believe but time flies, and we’re already coming up on the final quarter of the year. And with a new quarter comes new Chase Freedom 5% cash back categories. For the last three months of 2019 (October 1 through December 30, 2019), cardholders  [Read More…]

ASUS’ latest Chromebook has a 14-inch NanoEdge display and a 360° hinge

The Chromebook Flip C433 has an 85% screen-to-body ratio.

What you need to know Chromebook Flip C433 is a stylish new 14-inch convertible laptop from ASUS. It features a NanoEdge display with thin bezels and a 360-degree ErgoLift hinge. The Chromebook Flip C433 will go on sale in the UK from mid-October for a starting price of £499.

ASUS today announced the latest addition to its Chromebook lineup, the Chromebook Flip C433. The new model boasts a  [Read More…]

You should ditch Spotify until it ditches its latest policy

Spotify doesn’t need to get your location “from time to time” to take your money or play your music.

I’m saying goodbye to Spotify this week, and if you care about privacy, you may want to as well. At least until it figures out that we don’t want the company tracking our location in order to have a family plan.

That’s what is happening here. Spotify’s family plan is super cheap, and the rules say everyone participating  [Read More…]

Hulu gives up on Daydream VR, removes support with latest update

Daydream will still be supported on version of the Hulu app.

What you need to know Hulu has removed Daydream support with version 3.55 of its app. Daydream users can still use the older 3.54.1 version of the Hulu app for now. Google also removed support for Daydream for its own Play Movies app back in June.

Recently, Google’s Daydream VR has been slowly fading into the background. You rarely hear of new games of services  [Read More…]