Tag Archive: Little


dbrand launched Galaxy S8 skin pre-orders just a little early

Hey, why not pre-order a dbrand skin before the phone even launches?

It’s no secret that case and accessory makers often get early access to specifications — and even renders — of unreleased phones, and one has surfaced today giving us a stylistic look at the back of the Galaxy S8. This one comes courtesy of the well-known peel-and-stick phone skin company dbrand, which makes skins for just about every popular phone out there.

The  [Read More…]

Spigen is offering a variety of its LG G6 cases for as little as $4 for a limited time

Our friends at Thrifter are back with another great deal, this time saving you 70% on select Spigen LG G6 cases!

The LG G6 is now official and it has a huge display and lots of glass, so odds are you’ll want to keep it in a case of some sort. If you’re looking for a great option that doesn’t add too much bulk or make it look ugly, you’ll want to check out Spigen. Right now the company  [Read More…]

Moto G5 + Moto G5 Plus hands-on: A little less convention, a little more action

The Moto G line gets another solid update, but a few confounding choices keep it from perfection.

There is no doubt as to whether the Moto G5 and its larger, more powerful sibling, the Moto G5 Plus, are the most attractive in Motorola’s four year-old series. Incorporating subtle curves into aluminum, the devices are comfortable to hold, easy to use in one hand, and belie their entry-level prices.

But when you dig into the phones themselves —  [Read More…]

App Shortcuts on Nova Launcher: A little taste of Nougat

App Shortcuts are cool, if you can get them. Problem being most can’t.

App Shortcuts — the little dropdown menu of shortcuts sorted into specific activities — came with Android 7.1 rather than 7.0, and haven’t been widely implemented in the 4 months since it started rolling out in the Android 7.1 developer preview. It’s half Force Touch, half gestures on steroids, and all awesome when implemented properly. There’s just a few problems with getting it implemented  [Read More…]

Soundcast VG1- A little Bluetooth Speaker with real punch

I love Bluetooth accessories. The Bluetooth standard is used in far different than it was originally developed for, but the result has been an array of mobile accessories that many of us would never have dreamed up a decade ago. Smart watches, alarms, headphones, earbuds, fitness trackers, speakers… All have been adopted into our daily […]

Pay as little as you want to become a Microsoft Office expert (Deal of the Day)

As much as we like to use Google Docs and Sheets for our general office needs, sometimes we have to turn to bigger and more powerful tools. Microsoft Office, the leader in the space for many years, continues to be the standard that many customers rely on. For all of the stuff that you do

Google CEO Sundar Pichai says smartphones need to cost as little as $30 in India

Google CEO wants entry-level smartphones to be available for as low as $ 30.

During a visit to India, Google CEO Sundar Pichai paid a visit to his alma mater, IIT Kharagpur, where he addressed a congregation of over 3,500 students. Speaking at the event, Pichai said that the cost of entry-level smartphones needs to come down to ₹2,000 ($ 30) to boost adoption in India:

I would love to see cheaper smartphones, entry-level smartphones. I think  [Read More…]

The new 360fly camera is a little ball of 4K fun

The new 360fly camera shoots 360-degree video in 4K that’s VR-ready and easy to share.

360-degree videos are really cool, and so is watching them in VR. The new 360fly camera does both and makes it easy to import and share them everywhere. And it looks pretty neat, too.

What is this peculiar little sphere? 🤔 Why, it’s the @360fly camera! 📷 This little guy looks tiny, but BOY  [Read More…]

Pay as little as you want for the 2017 White Hat Hacker Bundle (Deal of the Day)

Learning to hack, ethically, is a necessity in today’s age of ever-growing digital threats. Whether your goal is to build your business or simply stop your secure data from being breached, learning the ropes of hacking can be the perfect leg up in sales or counter-measure against cyber thieves. Our Deal of the Day is

Google is making little sweaters for phones in an NYC pop-up shop

‘Tis the season to stay warm.

It’s cold outside, so you’d best be wearing a sweater. And according to Google, that goes for your phone as well.

It’s sweater weather in NYC. Follow us live @Google on Snapchat to get knit at our #pixelsweater pop-up. ❄️ pic.twitter.com/X4v2o3PY2u

— Google (@Google) December 16, 2016

In the spirit of the holiday season, Google has set up a human-powered knitting machine to create mini sweaters  [Read More…]