Tag Archive: Long


These are the long USB-C cables you need on vacation

Ever been to Walt Disney World? If you have, you’ll start to notice a lot of digital leashes around mid-afternoon: adults and kids with long charging cables snaking from their backpacks to their constantly used phones in line. Whether you need to recharge your phone, power bank, headphones or your Chromebook, we’ve got some lengthy USB-C cables in two varieties: USB-C to USB-C and USB-C to USB-A, for whichever power bank or travel charger you use.

USB-C to USB-C cables  [Read More…]

See how long you survive in Monopoly: Fortnite Edition for its lowest price

Fans of Fortnite have to check out this recently-released edition of the classic Monopoly board game.

Amazon has the Fortnite edition of Monopoly on sale right now for $ 9.99. Today’s discount brings the game to the lowest price we’ve seen to date. It has an MSRP of $ 20 and has recently been on sale for around $ 14. The price drop comes as part of a wider sale on toys and games at Amazon that  [Read More…]

Here’s how long you have to shop at Amazon and get your gifts in time

Hop to it, lazybones.

In case you’ve been hibernating under a log for the past six weeks, here’s a quick update: Christmas is in just a few days. Whether you’ve been straight-up putting off your shopping, or you just got a sweet bonus and you want grab some more gifts, here’s everything you need to know about Amazon’s shipping deadlines.

Although Amazon offered free shipping on all orders for the holidays, and they still are through Christmas,  [Read More…]

The NES and SNES Classic consoles won’t last long after the holidays

Remember when the Nintendo NES Classic and SNES Classic retro gaming consoles first released and you had to fight the denizens of the Internet just to find one? Many of them ended up going for ridiculous prices on eBay. At one point, Nintendo actually discontinued the NES Classic and brought it back because so many people had wanted one but were never able to find it in stock.

Eventually, Nintendo had to promise the world to make more.  [Read More…]

How to capture and edit long screenshots on your Android phone

Taking a photo on Android is quite simple. On most phones, all you have to do is hold the Volume down and Power buttons for a second. That’s it.

But a select number of handsets like OnePlus devices or Samsung and Huawei phones offer an extra option – the ability to take scrolling or long screenshots.

Fortunately, even if you don’t have a phone which supports this option, you can still capture a long screenshot with your Android device. How?  [Read More…]

Rock all day long with this $8 waterproof Vtin Portable Bluetooth Speaker

Great sound at a stellar price.

Amazon has the Vtin Portable Bluetooth Speaker available for only $ 7.99 when you clip the coupon on its product page and enter promo code BDUJM9GT during checkout. That’ll save you $ 15 off its average price there; it’s recently sold for up to $ 28 and hasn’t dropped below $ 20 without help from a coupon.

Featuring a sleek red and black color scheme, this portable speaker is compact, lightweight,  [Read More…]

BLU S1 long term review: Great in some respects but needs work in others

After having spent a few months living with the Blu S1 we return with a more long-term look at the phone. As Blu’s first model to offer CDMA support, it’s a sub-$ 200 phone worth consideration.

The post BLU S1 long term review: Great in some respects but needs work in others appeared first on AndroidGuys.

Meet Amazfit Bip: The little smartwatch with long battery life

If you can live with its limitations, or just want the battery life an always-on display, then the Amzfit Bip might just be the smartwatch for you.

Apple Watch, while not an Android thing, is a success by any measure. One problem users consistently run into, though, is battery life. For the most part, you’re going to need to charge most smartwatches every day. That’s without features like an always-on display, which is something Android Wear users and others  [Read More…]

The OnePlus 5T in Sandstone White is gorgeous, and probably won’t stay that way for long

Another limited edition OnePlus phone to drool over.

When OnePlus announced the Star Wars Limited Edition version of the OnePlus 5T, it was inevitable that it’d parlay the intrigue in this new model to a more widely available version without the movie branding. So here we are, with the “Sandstone White” OnePlus 5T — that’s significant because it’s white, dramatically different from the “Midnight Black” launch color, but also because it reintroduces the “Sandstone” moniker that was  [Read More…]

Google Pixel 2 doesn’t need a SIM card, as long as you use Project Fi

The Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are the first phones to come equipped with eSIM technology, but only subscribers of Project Fi will be able to take advantage of it.

Google’s Pixel 2 event was full of announcements, and although we had a pretty good idea of what to expect going into the event, Google still managed to sneak in a few surprises here and there – one of which being eSIM support.

The Pixel  [Read More…]