Tag Archive: Overview

Check out an overview of Doom Eternal’s Battlemode with a new trailer

Guns and guts and glory collide in Doom Eternal’s new Battlemode multiplayer mode.

What you need to know Doom Eternal features a new Battlemode multiplayer mode, where two players as demons fight one player as a Slayer. Bethesda Softworks has a released a new over trailer for Battlemode. This trailer runs down the basics of what players can expect and gives us some more gameplay footage. Doom Eternal is currently set to release  [Read More…]

Avoid exorbitant prices on long-distance calls and use CallIndia instead (Overview)

We spend so much time talking about notches, SoCs, RAM, storage, and cameras that we normally forget that our devices can also make phone calls too. Sure, there’s less and less people doing phone calls every day, and more are migrating to services such as WhatsApp and Viber to talk with friends. However, what to do if you need to call to landlines? What if you need to call to a business? Phone calls are still a useful form of  [Read More…]

Umidigi Z2 Pro – benchmark scores and overview

One of Umidigi’s most anticipated phones of the year, the Z2 Pro, will be releasing soon. It features a Helio P60 processor and 6/128GB RAM/ROM, for blistering fast performance and AI learning. Its display is a 6.2″ FHD+, 19:9 screen with a 90% screen-to-body ratio. It features a dual-sensor 16/8MP camera with a F1.7 aperture, meaning it performs well in low-light situations. It charges its 3,550mAh battery quickly, with 15W wireless and 18W wired fast charging. Perhaps best of all,  [Read More…]

Android Pie’s new Overview is giving first-party launchers a big advantage

Would you rather have a good Overview or a good launcher?

Android Pie is here and it’s got goodies for everyone — except for third-party launchers, it seems. Android Pie overhauled the recent apps screen when it switched over to the new gesture navigation system and renamed this new recent apps and app shortcuts screen Overview, and Overview also has the app drawer built right into it, meaning that you can pull open your app drawer with  [Read More…]

Android Auto spruces up its overview screen for music, navigation

Google today has updated its Android Auto app, bringing a little bit of an update to the overview screen once you’re in the car.

The gist is that when you’re listening to music of using navigation, you’ll now get larger items in that center overview screen. They’re definitely more attractive and easier to stab at when you’re cruising down the road.

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The Android M new API overview in plain English

A look at some of the new Android M developer APIs, for people who aren’t developers.

There will be plenty of changes and new features “under the hood” in Android M, the as-yet-unnamed next major version of Android, which will be released later this year. We all love new features that we can see. But often the best — and most important — changes are deep down in the core, quietly doing their thing and making  [Read More…]

ASUS’s ZenFone 2 overview is super intense, like the phone

If you’ve been waiting for a EDM-backed video to get you pumped up for the ASUS ZenFone 2’s release later this month, then this video is for you.

The ASUS ZenFone 2 is due out later this month, and in case you’d forgotten everything that we’d gone over in our initial hands-on at CES 2015, ASUS has put together a little video going over all of the phone’s features, big and small, as a reminder.

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Android Auto developer overview shows off UI features and more

In late June, Google officially introduced Android Auto, a new way for Android users to experience the platform while in an automobile. The platform is essentially an extension of their Android smartphone, with a specialized user interface designed for easy access to certain features on a large display. It’s scheduled to launch in late 2014, but the Android Developers blog has posted an overview of the features, showcasing some of what’s to come later this year.

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Sprint Releases Overview Video for Motorola Admiral, Forgets to Announce Phone

Sprint has tossed a video online this afternoon which provides a walk-through of the features for the Motorola Admiral.  That’s awesome and all, but there’s no Admiral announcement to go with the video.  Considering that the Android-powered phone has yet to be unveiled we are expecting Sprint to pull the video down (or mark private)  in short order.  The 2:38 clip doesn’t do much to teach us anything we hadn’t already  [Read More…]