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Do you really need a PS4 for PlayStation VR?

Skip the PlayStation part of PlayStation VR.

PlayStation VR is a great headset and has an expanding library of games with a few standouts that really make it worth the money. Just because it has PlayStation in the name, however, doesn’t exactly mean you need a PlayStation 4 to use it.

To indulge your curiosity and to help some of you decide if you should buy a PSVR on its own, we explain how the PSVR works  [Read More…]

‘Really Blue’ Google Pixel now up for pre-order in the UK

Really Blue Pixel is coming to Carphone Warehouse and EE.

Google has announced that it is bringing the Really Blue Google Pixel to the UK via EE and Carphone Warehouse. The phone is now up for pre-order on EE, with in-store availability at Carphone Warehouse kicking off from February 24.

EE’s two-year plans for the standard 5.0-inch Pixel with 32GB of storage start at £45.99 per month, and if you’re opting for the 5.5-inch Pixel XL,  [Read More…]

Rogers is now selling the ‘Really Blue’ Google Pixel

The Google Pixel returns to Canada.

It took a few months, but the most striking colo(u)r of the Google Pixel is now available in Canada.

Available for pre-order at Rogers, the country’s largest carrier, the ‘Really Blue’ Google Pixel costs the same as its black and white counterparts — $ 199 on a 2-year Premium+ Share Everything plan and $ 899 outright — but Google is throwing in a $ 100 Google Store gift card for good measure. And,  [Read More…]

‘Really Blue’ Google Pixel coming to Canada as a Rogers exclusive

A blue exclusive for the red carrier in Canada.

Google and Rogers have co-announced that they are bringing the ‘Really Blue’ Google Pixel — the one that everyone wants and hasn’t been able to buy due to its limited inventory — to Canada as a carrier exclusive.

The limited edition version was released alongside the black and white variants in October, but it’s been difficult to find — more so than the regular Pixels, which have also been  [Read More…]

Twitter is taking new steps to stop abuse — no, really this time

Twitter has a problem. Well, it has several problems.

The biggest issues that people deal with on a daily basis when using Twitter are unnecessary abuse and harassment. Today, Twitter is announcing three new initiatives it hopes will cut down on theses issues, making the social network a more approachable and inclusive place. It’s calling these steps an update on “safety,” to give you an indication of just how bad the situation is for many.

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It’s 2017 but do we really need a 4K smartphone?

Remember Sony’s Xperia Z5 Premium smartphone, the first one to arrive with a 4K panel? Well the handset wasn’t too popular with Android users despite its high-end specs, but for some reason Sony thinks it’s a good idea to release yet another 4K handset this year. Sony has been quite absent from the mobile ecosystem

Who really owns your phone?

Ownership isn’t a clear concept when it comes to a smartphone.

Phones are no longer just a thing you use to call people or text them. The days of playing Snake because it’s the coolest thing your phone can do are long past. Today, they’re more like your computer that they are the Nokias and Motorolas of the past. Because they are computers, software licensing starts to matter more.

I’ve been thinking about this since the Note  [Read More…]

CES 2017 Day Three: How many pixels do you really need?

Three screens are better than one

Razer’s concept laptop is just… insane.

There are the laptops that everybody else is showing off at CES 2017, and there’s Razer’s Project Valerie. The bottom half is a standard Razer Blade Pro — a powerhouse gaming laptop, no doubt — but the lid contains not one, not two, but three 17.3-inch 4K displays. Combined they span around four feet, tucking back behind the center screen when not in use.  [Read More…]

Rodeo Stampede: Sky Zoo Safari – A really long name for a really cool game (App Review)

I am constantly looking for my next mobile gaming fix because I have a job that has a lot of “hurry up and wait” moments. I need games that I can play a few rounds of while waiting for a client, or that I can put away and ignore at a moments notice when the day

Grab a Nextbit Robin for just $145 — yes, really

This is easily the best deal we’ve seen on the Nextbit Robin.

After hovering around in the mid-$ 200 range for a while, and regularly receiving small price drops, you can now pick up the exceptionally solid Nextbit Robin for just $ 145 on Amazon. It’s available in both Mint and Midnight color options, in the standard configuration of 32GB of storage with the addition of 100GB of cloud storage.

Looking at the Amazon page  [Read More…]