Tag Archive: Need
Take some time to make your Galaxy S8 yours.
There’s a lot going on inside the Galaxy S8. From the new design, which does away with much of the front bezels, to the relocation of the fingerprint sensor to the back of the phone, the S8 is all new. But there are some holdovers from previous versions of the Galaxy lineup, including a number of software features that were present in previous iterations, updated and brought over [Read More…]
Hate paying for features or data you don’t use? Project Fi might just be the carrier for you.
Project Fi is Google’s foray into the world of alternative carriers. Fi is a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) and leases coverage from Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, and the Three network for overseas roaming.
Here’s everything you need to know about Google Project Fi.
Coverage International coverage Project Fi plans Best phones to use with Project Fi How to [Read More…]
Chromebooks for education is an excellent program, but it looks like the educators need a little more teaching when it comes to getting started.
The EFF (Electronic Frontier Foundation) has renewed their charge against Google, Microsoft, and Apple for the way student privacy is handled in their respective educational markets. They say “Students and their families are backed into a corner.”
As students across the United States are handed school-issued laptops and signed up for educational cloud [Read More…]
What you need to know about America’s fifth largest network provider.
When people talk about post-paid nationwide cell phone networks in the U.S. they usually mean the Big Four: AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon. But there is a fifth company who offers full-service nationwide contract plans that are as good or better than the bigger corporations: US Cellular.
It stands to reason. As of Q4 2016, US Cellular had 10x fewer subscribers than number four Sprint had [Read More…]
Happy Easter! Let’s talk about the next Samsung Galaxy Note.
At the start of Galaxy S8 launch week, the last thing Samsung wants to do is reflect on the Note series. However, the imminent arrival of a 6.2-inch Galaxy S8+ (albeit in the same sized body, roughly, as the Note 7), poses an interesting question: Do we need a Galaxy Note this year? And if we do, how can it sensibly coexist with the larger GS8?
Firstly, [Read More…]
The Fitbit Alta HR isn’t much of an upgrade over the original, but at $ 150, it’s a pretty great fitness tracker.
At this point, Fitbit isn’t new — even if you’ve never owned one, you kind of know what it does: It tracks steps, helps you log workouts, and lets you know how little sleep you’re getting, because life.
The Alta HR is the natural evolution of the company’s more fashion-forward product, the Alta, which was [Read More…]
Samsung Pay offers an incredibly convenient way to pay for your purchases.
Samsung Pay is now live in India, and the digital payments service works at millions of retail stores across the country. With the current uptick in mobile wallets and digital payments, Samsung timed the launch of Samsung Pay in India to perfection and has partnered with leading banks and card issuers to facilitate support for millions of payment cards. Here’s what you need to know [Read More…]
Survive the desert, find the scientists, kill the baddies, and do it all with a sweet new aim controller.
After months of waiting, Farpoint for PlayStation VR is almost here. With a release date of May 16, 2017 it’s right around the corner. There has been a lot of hype for Farpoint, and for good reason. You’ve got a full length single-player campaign, a mysterious desert planet that wants to kill you, a new controller for shooting [Read More…]
What is Adoptable storage on Android?
Android has had limited support for removable storage in one form or another since the beginning. Since Marshmallow, it supports what’s called Adoptable storage. It’s a feature that lets you turn your removable SD card into a more or less permanent (and no longer removable) part of the device.
The idea is simple, really, and most of the confusion surrounding Adoptable storage is easy to clear up. There are a few [Read More…]