Tag Archive: Might


Future Samsung phones might be made out of new ‘Metal 12’ magnesium alloy

Samsung might be getting ready to kick aluminum to the curb.

Although we don’t usually talk too much about them, Samsung’s recently been killing it in the laptop space. The company announced its new Notebook 9 for 2018, and while there’s a lot to like about the machine, one of its highlights is a new magnesium alloy Samsung created specifically for it. Samsung refers to the alloy as “Metal 12”, and it allows the Notebook 9 to be incredibly  [Read More…]

Your next OnePlus phone might come from a carrier

After months of being rumored, Huawei hot deal with US carriers, Verizon and AT&T eventually fell through. One of the world’s biggest smartphone makers, Huawei had hoped to finally crack the US market with the launch of the new Mate 10 Pro. Now it looks the firm will be launching the phone without a carrier […]

You never know when you might need the $40 Red Cross emergency radio

Never leave home without it.

The American Red Cross FRX3+ emergency weather radio and smartphone charger is down to $ 39.99 on Amazon. While it fluctuates a bit in price, its average street price over the last six months has been around $ 60. It has only dropped below $ 50 once or twice in the last year, and it has never dropped as low as this.

Whether you’re going camping or preparing for the zombie apocalypse,  [Read More…]

Verizon might also back away from carrying Huawei Mate 10 Pro

This just keeps getting worse.

All the way back in November, rumors first started to pop up that Huawei’s Mate 10 Pro would be the first phone from the company to launch on a United States carrier. AT&T was later confirmed to be one of the networks that’d support and sell the Mate 10 Pro, but earlier this week, those plans were squashed.

Shortly after Huwawei confirmed that AT&T was no longer going to be offering the  [Read More…]

The Lenovo Smart Display is the first Google Home I might actually buy

The Lenovo Smart Display is a Google Home with a built-in screen – and that makes it the very first Google Home I might consider buying. While you still control it primarily with your voice, the touchscreen lends much more versatility to the notion of a home assistant: you can check on the Nest Camera monitoring your baby room, start a Duo call with your Pixel-toting friends, or stream the latest video from your favorite YouTuber (ahem). Yes, those  [Read More…]

Face Unlock coming to OnePlus 5 with Open Beta, 3/3T might get it too

Yes, Carl, this is something we want.

Alongside the rollout of Android 8.0 Oreo for the OnePlus 5, Carl Pei took to Twitter to announce that the popular Face Unlock feature on the 5T would be making its way to its older brother. This came as exciting news, but we weren’t entirely sure how OnePlus would integrate the feature.

In a post that Pei shared on the OnePlus forums, we now know that Face Unlock will initially  [Read More…]

Akita Might Be The Smartest Investment For Any Smart Home

Keep your home protected from IoT invasions and hacks with Akita!

We’re at a crossroads — smart home products have never been more affordable and accessible to the general public, but at the same time, they’re often unsecure and most connected devices are susceptible to attacks. Criminals have caught onto this trend and smart home hacks are on the rise. What can we do to secure our IoT products?

Fortunately, there are folks working to  [Read More…]

Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 might make its way to Chromebooks

The Snapdragon 845 could be a revelation for Chrome OS.

Qualcomm officially took the wraps off its Snapdragon 845 processor on December 6, and in case you haven’t heard yet, there’s a lot to be excited about.. The 845 has big improvements in performance, camera quality, and data speeds on phones, and overall, it’s a big step up from the already great 835.

Samsung Chromebook Pro

Alongside the 845, Qualcomm also announced “Always Connected PCs.” Always  [Read More…]

Amazon might be working on a YouTube competitor called ‘Amazontube’

Say what now?

At the beginning of December, Google made a nasty move against Amazon by announcing that it’d be removing YouTube from the Echo Show (for the second time) and Fire TV as the latest move in the endless dispute between the two companies. According to the sharp eyes at TV Answer Man, Amazon filed for two trademarks that very same day for something rather interesting.

The two trademarks are titled as “Amazontube” and “Opentube,” and  [Read More…]

Samsung’s Galaxy A8 might be one of 2018’s best budget phones

Samsung might have something really special here.

Samsung releases a lot of phones each year, and its two standouts are typically entries in the Galaxy S and Note lines. Next year, however, we could see something pretty special in the form of the Galaxy A8 (2018).

The Samsung Galaxy A8 and A8+ (2018)

The Galaxy A series of devices from Samsung isn’t anything new, and the main focus of it has always been on offering quality  [Read More…]