Tag Archive: Needs


Nine features and settings every Google Home user needs to know

First introduced in May 2016, the Google Home has fast become one of the leading connected smart speakers. It’s perhaps one of the most flexible devices of its kind and only gets better with updates and new features.

We’re in an era where the Google Home faces strong competition from the likes of Sonos, Amazon Echo, and the Apple HomePod. Each has its own advantages and drawbacks, and the space will get more crowded when Samsung delivers its first Bixby-powered  [Read More…]

Google needs to regulate how its computers talk to people, or the government will

Much of what Google does with AI scares people, and they will want something done.

With an AI here and AI there, here an AI there an AI everywhere an AI, Old McGoogle has a new farm. One it has been working on for a long time and still isn’t finished with. Making computers in secret server rooms teach themselves how to act like people. Notice I said act and not think; AI and Machine Learning aren’t  [Read More…]

The LG G7 launch needs to be perfect, but LG has a dismal track record

LG doesn’t need an absolute hit, but it does need to dramatically limit its mistakes.

2017 was a big year of improvement for LG, even though it didn’t translate into massively improved sales. After the dreadful G5 and extremely niche V20 in 2016, it rebounded to make the very good and severely under-appreciated G6 and V30. They were both good phones that were not only huge improvements over their predecessors but also just solid offerings compared to  [Read More…]

Here’s what Motorola needs to do to win the budget segment with the Moto G6 series

Motorola needs to up the ante with the Moto G6 series.

Motorola dominates the budget category in Western markets with the Moto G series, but the company hasn’t had an easy time of late. Lack of timely updates made the Moto G series lose its luster, and Motorola is witnessing increased competition in the budget category.

HMD has announced that it will launch the Nokia 6 2018 in the U.S. next month, and in India — Motorola’s  [Read More…]

Seven cat games every kitty lover needs to try out

Obsessed with cats in real life? Then you’ll love to play one of these cat games. All titles are currently available for download from the Play Store for free.

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Eight Android trivia apps for when your brain needs a workout

Have a spare moment or you simply want to have some fun? Test your knowledge and learn new facts by playing a quick game of trivia using these apps.

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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.

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Android Wear needs way more than just a Wear OS rebrand

The new look is nice, but Android Wear’s core problems lie far deeper.

Google first launched Android Wear in 2014, and since then, the platform hasn’t changed all that much. Android Wear 2.0 introduced a slightly updated UI and a few new features in 2017, and on March 15, 2018, Google announced that it was re-branding Android Wear as “Wear OS by Google.”

The purpose of the new name and logo is to shine some light on  [Read More…]

Nine features and settings every Google Home user needs to know

The Google Home is incredibly easy to set up and get going to be sure. But, spend a couple of extra minutes with the mobile app and you could have a more personal and customized experience. Here’s how to get started!

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The Galaxy Note 9 needs a new design to make it special again

Samsung needs more than a stylus to separate the Note from the Galaxy S9+.

We’ve seen the Galaxy S9 now, as well as the bigger and bolder S9+. Samsung once again made a phone that most people wanted them to make, they will sell in the tens of millions and come summer we’ll start hearing about the new Galaxy Note for 2018. Unless Samsung has some grand ideas for the Note 9 I think this year could  [Read More…]