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AppGallery, Phone Clone, and more enhance the Huawei P40 Pro

When it comes to flagship phone hardware, Huawei has always been one of the best companies out there. From pushing insane camera innovations to great build quality and just simply creating a package that you’d actually want to use. It’s likely that you’ve heard new Huawei phones won’t have access to Google Services due to the entity list restrictions that were put in place back on May 20, 2019, but that isn’t stopping the company from pushing harder and still  [Read More…]

Make the Google Assistant more accessible with Action Blocks

Whether you want to set up some simple automations for an elderly family member, help out a friend with cognitive disabilities, or you just want to make an “easy button” for your mom to turn on her smart lights, Google’s Action Blocks are here to the rescue. We’ll show you how to enable the app and quickly create Action Blocks that can serve as useful shortcuts for Google Assistant tasks.

Products used in this guide Easy automator: Google  [Read More…]

Lenovo’s Eco Pro Backpack shows that green tech is more than just gadgets

As soon as I can leave the house with regularity, this green backpack is coming with me.

It’s not often that we do in-depth backpack reviews on this site, but when we do, they tend to be pretty special bags. We’ve featured dozens of great backpacks in our various roundups and reviewed many environmentally sustainable products, but this is the first time that I can remember an accessory that bridges both of those areas so well.

The  [Read More…]

Splitting your screen makes your Chromebook even that more useful

I find that people are often surprised at just how flexible Chromebooks are as work or entertainment devices. Many of the same features that more established or expensive computers like Windows PCs and MacBooks have can also be found on Chromebooks, such as screen casting, virtual desktops, and split-screen multitasking. I’ll show you just how easy it is to enable split screens on your Chromebook so that even a modest-sized device like my little ASUS C214 Flip can  [Read More…]

Learn how to utilize Instagram to grow your brand and generate more revenue

Celebrities and influencers aren’t the only ones dominating Instagram. Brands have the capability to rake in a considerable amount of followers, too. With Instagram being such a popular platform — 1 billion active users are no joke — it’s fertile ground to amass customers for your business, but you can only do it if you know the right strategies to employ and the right content to share. The 10 Instagram Growth Secrets From Celebrities & Influencers Course can teach you how  [Read More…]

OnePlus will not be releasing any more ‘McLaren Edition’ phones

The two companies worked together to produce two “McLaren Edition” phones.

What you need to know McLaren has confirmed that its collaboration with OnePlus has come to an end. The two companies began working together to release “McLaren Edition” phones in 2018. OnePlus Concept One, which was showcased at CES 2020, was the last product that OnePlus designed in partnership with McLaren.

An eagle-eyed Reddit user noted last week that OnePlus was no longer listed on McLaren’s  [Read More…]

Chrome OS 83 debuts with improvements to Assistant, Virtual Desks and more

Google continues to improve its Chrome OS platform.

What you need to know Google has started updating Chromebooks to Chrome OS 83. The update adds improvements to Virtual Desks, Assistant, and Google for families. Chrome OS 83 is rolling out over the coming days.

Ahead of Android 11’s public beta debut next week, Google has released Chrome OS 83 to eligible Chromebooks. It’s not a large milestone update, but it does contain a few quality of life  [Read More…]

Panzer Dragoon, Super Hot, and more announced for Google Stadia Pro

These are some great games!

What you need to know Google Stadia is a cloud game streaming service. It’s getting a lot of interesting games in the coming months. Stadia Pro subscribers will get The Elder Scrolls Online and more in June. You can purchase a Stadia bundle for $ 130 through the Google Store.

Google Stadia is a cloud game streaming service that launched in November 2019 to a lot of excitement. Unfortunately, the lack of  [Read More…]

More people should be looking to ditch their unlimited data plan

Unlimited plans are simple, but now’s a great time to evaluate whether you actually need one.

The advent of unlimited data plans in the U.S., taking off starting in 2017, has simplified billing and relieved stress for a ton of people. Per-gigabyte data plans started to seem antiquated — and potentially expensive — as we headed toward a future of video calls, multiplayer gaming, sharing huge photo and video files, and all-streaming media consumption. But now that  [Read More…]

Best Memorial Day TV Deals: Samsung, LG, TCL, & more

Memorial Day is here, and it’s one of the biggest holidays of the year if you’re looking for deals. It’s an especially great time to look for 4K TVs. It’s the perfect time in the yearly rotation for TVs because new models have been out long enough that retailers are eager to get rid of the previous year models, and this is also long enough for some of the new models to drop from those high-end MSRP prices.

We’re not  [Read More…]