Tag Archive: Lets


Is your phone getting Android Q? Let’s find out together!

We might not know what the Q will stand for, but we are sure these phones will see it arrive.

Android Q is upon us, at least in early beta form for developers to use so they are ready once things go gold. That’s more important than ever as we’re seeing phone makers adopt newer versions of Android on existing models in greater numbers, and doing it faster than ever — even though it’s still not very  [Read More…]

GameStop’s Spring Sale lets you score on video games, consoles, and more

From games to consoles, headsets to controllers, and much, much more.

GameStop’s Spring Sale has arrived! Featuring discounts on the latest video games, consoles, essential accessories and more, this two-week sale has a myriad of offers and only a short amount of time to snag them. Considering things could go out of stock at any moment, it’d be wise to shop sooner rather than later.

Let’s Play GameStop Spring Sale

GameStop isn’t always the most affordable place  [Read More…]

AppOnboard lets you create app demos without coding knowledge

Everyone can share their ideas.

AppOnboard is a leading development platform for instant apps and app demos that transforms complex apps and games into lightweight native experiences. Today, the company announced the launch of AppOnboard Studio. AppOnboard Studio allows designers to build an app demo without engineering resources or the knowledge of how to code. That’s not all though, the team claims that this no-code tool also enables app demos to become shareable on social platforms and  [Read More…]

Anthem’s VIP demo lets you try the game early on January 25

Anthem is the next big franchise from renowned developer, BioWare. Here’s everything we know so far, ahead of its slated 2019 release.

Last year Electronic Arts revealed its next major franchise, “Anthem.” Anthem showed the potential to be one of the publisher’s most promising new franchises in some time, rivaling Tom Clancy’s The Division and Destiny.

An appearance at E3 2018 shed further light on the elusive new project, breaking down its story, class-based gameplay, and long-term  [Read More…]

Amazon’s $35 Fire TV media player lets you stream your favorite shows in 4K

Pick the service. Watch the shows. Rinse. Repeat.

Right now on Woot you can get the Amazon Fire TV 4K streaming media player along with the 1st-gen Alexa voice remote for $ 34.99. Despite being discontinued since 2017, Woot promises these are in brand new condition. The only ones available on Amazon are refurbished and still $ 60. You can also get free shipping if you use your Amazon Prime membership.

Amazon discontinued this player in favor  [Read More…]

This $23 Smart Power Strip lets you control each outlet and USB port

This smart power strip features four USB ports and four AC outlets.

Buying smart plug after smart plug can be pretty expensive, which is where devices like Teckin’s Smart Power Strip come in handy. It’s a surge protector with four smart outlets and four USB ports that allows you to control each of them individually via your smartphone. Regularly sold for up to $ 27, today you can snag one at Amazon for just $ 22.94 using  [Read More…]

TP-Link’s $45 Smart Switch 3-Way Kit lets you automate home lighting

Control them with your phone, or your voice.

TP-Link’s Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Light Switch, 3-Way Kit is a great way to take more control over the lighting in your home, and right now it’s available at Amazon for just $ 44.99. That marks a return to its lowest price ever there, plus it saves you a bit over $ 20 off what it sells for on average. It comes with two smart switches to replace existing ones  [Read More…]

Chuwi lets you save up to 37% on Android tablets this Christmas (Promoted)

It’s the time of year when everyone is frantically looking for presents for their family and friends.

Well, if you think someone from your circle would be in need of a tablet, then maybe you’d like to take a look at Chuwi’s series of discounts of the holidays.

The low-cost tablet maker is offering consistent price cuts on some of its best models including the Hi9 Plus.

This is a tablet designed for productivity that comes with a 10.8-inch screen  [Read More…]

Hulu now lets you pay with Venmo, if you’re a new subscriber

Current Hulu subscribers will be able to switch over at some point, too.

Well this is interesting. Hulu now lets you pay for service using Venmo. (Think PayPal, but what the cool kids use today.) It’s only for new sign-ups at the moment, but Hulu says current customers will be able to use Venmo to pay their monthly penance in due time.

Here’s the deal, via Hulu itself:

Beginning today, if you have a Venmo account, you’ll  [Read More…]

Verizon unveils new app that lets you add multiple numbers to one device

Verizon announced a new solution for people on its network who carry multiple phones for personal and business use.

The carrier launched a new app called My Numbers which lets subscribers add up to four additional numbers to one smartphone. Interested parties can download the application via the Play Store.

Verizon’s My Numbers is not a free service

Each line costs $ 15 and comes with unlimited calling and texting, but also with its own voicemail, inbox and texting services.  [Read More…]