Tag Archive: Phones


Bluboo S3 hot sale continues with another 1,000 phones offered for $149.99 (Promoted)

Bluboo offers another 1,000 units of its S3 smartphone at the promotional price of $ 149.99. Hurry up if you want to get it on the cheap.

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The four best Android phones for gaming (April 2018)

Mobile gaming is becoming an increasingly important factor when deciding on a new phone. Here are the four best options if gaming is important to you.

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Verizon’s new Smart Family app gives parents control over their kids’ phones

Verizon has just announced an overhaul of its old FamilyBase service. The new Smart Family app comes with a new interface and novel features.

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Here’s what’s new in the big 3D Creator 2.0 update for Xperia phones

The update includes selfie scans, 4K textures, and more.

During MWC 2018, Sony announced a laundry list of new features coming to its 3D Creator app that was first introduced on the Xperia XZ1 and XZ1 Compact last August. Those features are now arriving on Xperia devices thanks to the big 2.0 update rolling out to the Play Store now, and there’s a lot to check out.

The most notable addition to 3D Creator 2.0 is the  [Read More…]

Best Chinese phones you can buy right now (April 2018)

On the market for a new smartphone to buy? Have you considered getting a Chinese one? You definitely should, as some of them are really worth taking a look at.

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You should never have to reset any software, so why do we need to reset our phones?

A Motorola StarTAC sold new for $ 900 in 1996 and you never had to factory reset its software. One of these things has changed.

There’s a disturbing long-term belief that broken software is somehow our fault for not keeping it clean when it comes to a phone. I’ve seen it rise up again recently now that Oreo has been available for the Galaxy S8 and Note 8 long enough for users to experience problems, but it  [Read More…]

Android Auto’s wireless mode is now available for Pixel and Nexus phones

More devices should support the feature soon.

Back at Google I/O 2017, Google announced that Android Auto was gaining a new wireless mode that allowed your phone to essentially connect to a Wi-Fi network your car/head unit put out so you could get the Android Auto experience without having to mess with any cables. Pioneer, Kenwood, and JVC announced a few units at CES 2018 that supported this feature, but up until now, it still wasn’t live.

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Get a free Samsung SmartThings Home Monitoring Kit with purchase of unlocked Samsung phones

A great combo deal.

Best Buy is offering a free Samsung SmartThings Home Monitoring Kit with the purchase of an unlocked Samsung Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9+ or Note 8. The kit is a $ 225 value, and includes two multipurpose sensors, two motion sensors, and a smart plug.

The Samsung Galaxy S9 sells for $ 720 unlocked, which is the most affordable of the three options in this promotion. Best Buy sells all of the phones in  [Read More…]

Will Bitcoin and cryptocurrency mining increase the price of phones?

PC part prices are insane because of coin mining, and our phones use those same kinds of parts. And nobody wants to spend $ 2,000 on the next Galaxy Note.

You’ve probably heard of Bitcoin, but did you know it has caused the prices of consumer PC components to skyrocket, and in some cases more than double in the past 12 months?

As crazy as that sounds, it’s true. And not because everyone with a Bitcoin is  [Read More…]

These are the games that support Razer Phone’s 120Hz display so far

Razer Phone is great for gamers and there are already a bunch of titles that support its unique display.

The display is one of the focal points of the Razer Phone, thanks to its 120Hz refresh rate and its first-party UltraMotion sync. Like G-Sync and FreeSync on a PC, UltraMotion matches the refresh rate of the display to the FPS output from the GPU in the phone to eliminate tearing and produce silky smooth, super fast gameplay.

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