Tag Archive: Question


What’s your favorite game ever played on a phone? (Question of the Week)

With myriad games to choose from on Android and iOS, chances are you’ve played your fair share of titles. Surely you’ve hopped on the hot game of the moment and tried out Doodle Jump, Flappy Bird, Draw Something, Candy Crush Saga, or Pokemon Go. What about favorite game?

Tell us and Win!

Thinking back over the years, what have been your favorites to play? Now, trim that list to just one game. Which title rises to the very top? What  [Read More…]

Question of the Week: How much money do you spend on apps?

It’s a simple question: How much money do you spend on your mobile apps and games? Are there certain licenses or developers which always get your hard-earned cash? Do you have a strong agenda against in-app purchases? Tell us a little bit about your habits and you could win $ 25 for use in the Google Play Store!

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Question of the Week: Will you spend $119 on Amazon Prime?

As expected, Amazon’s new price has gone into effect for its Amazon Prime service. Are you among those who plan to spend $ 119 on the annual membership or is this the year you cancel? Tell us whether you think it’s worth the money or if you can no longer justify the cost and you could win a $ 25 Google Play gift card!

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Question of the Week: What’s the most you’ve ever spent on a smartphone?

It’s flagship smartphone season which means this is the time of year where a lot of people spend quite a bit on their new mobile device. Are you one of those who drops tons on a handset or are you the budget-watching type? Leave your feedback and win a Google Play gift card!

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Question of the Week: How do you feel about the T-Mobile and Sprint merger?

T-mobile and Sprint have agreed on a merger and will become one, giant wireless carrier. It means one less player in the space, but it also means we get another major provider to compete with Verizon and AT&T. We want to know: what do you think of the deal?

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Android and chill: Nougat and the root question

Android is safer than ever for the people who want (and need) it to be safe. We should be happy about that.

There’s some talk about Pixel phones and root — specifically that it’s not working with any of the existing methods. All the nuts and bolts are at XDA — excellent job on that Mishaal — for those who want to dig deeper into the how and why, but I want to just talk about  [Read More…]

Where’s my Vive? HTC drops an FAQ to help answer that question

To help answer some of the questions surrounding HTC Vive shipments, the company has created an FAQ site with lots of answers. From information about when units will ship to delay issues, if you ordered a Vive you will want to check this out. Anytime you order something online, you want to be able to access information about the order progress, see when it will ship, and have a full understanding of what is going on. HTC  [Read More…]

Google’s Amazon Echo competitor has always been a question of *when*

Google’s been knocking on the door of your home for years. But it’s way past time for it to come in and join the party.

When it comes to interpreting your voice and feeding back relevant information, nobody does it better than this company. Especially when it comes to putting it into a product that can be conveniently tucked away in a corner, or on display for all to see.

If you’re thinking Google, you’re wrong.

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Samsung announces its latest security update — the question is when you’ll see it

Vague announcements of monthly security updates mean nothing if we don’t know when (or if) phones will see updates.

Update Feb. 26: Samsung’s February update has now been disclosed. Whether you’ll see it on your phone anytime soon remains a question.

Perhaps we should thank last year’s “Stagefright” security freakout. The vulnerability deep inside the Android operating system was dubbed a “unicorn” by the researches who discovered it (never mind that it’s not known if  [Read More…]

Samsung announces its latest security update — the question is when you’ll see it

Vague announcements of monthly security updates mean nothing if we don’t know when (or if) phones will see updates.

Perhaps we should thank last year’s “Stagefright” security freakout. The vulnerability deep inside the Android operating system was dubbed a “unicorn” by the researches who discovered it (never mind that it’s not known if anyone was ever actually affected by it) and sent Google and its downstream partners scrambling for fixes. And within a matter of days,  [Read More…]