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Sorry, Verizon users: Bixby is even more crippled on the Galaxy S8

Adding insult to injury, half of Bixby Vision’s functionality doesn’t yet work if you’re on Big Red’s network.

We’re all a little bummed about Bixby. Samsung’s version of its virtual assistant isn’t everything we’d hoped it would be, especially from a company as big and as established as one of the world’s major smartphone manufacturers. And to make matters worse, Verizon users won’t be able to use half of the one part of Bixby that works — Bixby Vision.

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Learn network security, anti-malware practices, tracking prevention, and more for only $44

Internet security has never been as important as it is today with more information than ever being handled digitally around the globe. Moreover, anonymity and web privacy are hot button issues these days, especially now that internet service providers can sell off your browsing data without informing you. Our Deal of the Day wants to help […]

Get the HTC U Ultra, HTC 10 and more with a discount until April 23

The HTC U Ultra was unveiled in the first weeks of January, but only a few months later was the device made available for purchase in the US. The phone hasn’t been a huge hit with customers so far and with the Samsung Galaxy S8 out and about, HTC is trying its best to attract […]

The Hot List: Textra, LG G6, MLB.TV, dbrand, Huawei, and more!

As a site that centers around Android, we often find ourselves gravitating toward certain things. Be it specific hardware makers, developers, or something else, there’s usually something that each of us prefers. But, try as we might, our tastes change and we end up interested in the next shiny new thing. Sometimes we put aside […]

With its 600MHz win, T-Mobile has no more excuses for gimmicks

T-Mobile was a big winner during this year’s 600MHz spectrum auction, but now it needs to use it to win.

Sometimes it seems that T-Mobile’s put-on brand bravado, its showy marketing and breathless self-promotion, is all done to make up for the fact that its core product — the network — is not very good.

Specifically, compared to AT&T and Verizon, the company’s network is full of gaps in areas outside major cities — and often just  [Read More…]

More people are buying the Galaxy S8+ than the smaller Galaxy S8

Samsung is coming out ahead of the Galaxy S8 launch claiming that it is more popular than the S7.

Samsung is coming out ahead of its first-week sales numbers, opting to highlight lofty pre-order support for its new Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ smartphones.

The U.S. branch of the company has released a statement saying that early pre-order numbers are “outpacing” the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge, “with strong double digit growth,” which corroborates earlier news that South  [Read More…]

Save on Bluetooth headphones, charging accessories and more with Anker’s Easter Sale

Our friends at Thrifter are back again, this time with some great deals on Anker accessories!

Anker, one of our favorite accessory makers, is currently discounting a bunch of its accessories ahead of Easter. Whether you are looking for some new headphones or a wireless charger, there is a solid variety of discounts here. These discounts are 15% or more off the regular price of the items, so you’ll want to look through them and see what you need  [Read More…]

Amazon running sale on unlocked Android phones from Sony, LeEco, and more

If you’re in the market for a new Android phone, you may want to point your browser to Amazon, which is holding a sale on unlocked Android handsets right this very second.

There are several different Android phones on sale from different manufacturers. Included are devices from ASUS, Coolpad, LeEco, Lenovo, and Sony. Here are the devices that are being discounted:

ASUS ZenFone Zoom for $ 169.00 (normally $ 229.00) Coolpad Conjr for $ 143.99 (normally $ 179.99) LeEco Le  [Read More…]

Apple Music for Android now looks way more like iOS

Who else just remembered that Apple Music for Android was a thing?

Apple Music for Android just received its first major update since its debut in the Play Store last summer. Version 2.0 brings with it on-screen lyrics and better navigation. The menu has also been reorganized into four major sections. Here’s the full changelog for Apple Music:

An all-new design brings greater clarity and simplicity to Apple Music Now Playing. Read  [Read More…]

n7player – a music player than even more demanding listeners will love (review)

Ever since I can remember I’ve been a fan of music. Actually I like to say I’m a being made of music, because music has always followed me around throughout my existence. I have a varied taste and go throw periods when I like to listen to post-rock a lot, followed by weeks when my […]