Tag Archive: Ride


Pad your ride out with these Samsung Galaxy accessories

If you’re going to have a piece of tech in your car, it needs to be reliable. You don’t want something to mess up when you’re driving down the highway. All of these choices are from reputable brands that have been making accessories for years, and they’re the best choices for your car. I’ve used all of these accessories myself, so I’ve seen first-hand how well they work.

AUKEY’s Car Charger provides fast charging power to your phone,  [Read More…]

Ride around without getting lost thanks to the $15 iOttie Bike & Motorcycle Phone Mount

Secure your phone on your bike or motorcycle with this inexpensive mount.

For the first time ever, the iOttie Easy One Touch 4 Bicycle and Motorcycle Mount dropped in price down to $ 14.95 at Amazon. While it’s still somewhat new, it’s been selling between $ 17 and $ 20 since its release last October.

The iOttie Easy One Touch 4 can universally hold all phones and even many with cases between 2.3 and 3.5 inches. It features  [Read More…]

Want to ride a roller coaster in VR? Here’s where to do it!

If you’re lucky, a VR coaster might be local.

Last year VR came into an entirely new environment, as an addition to real life rollercoasters. Yeap, that means riding a roller coaster while wearing a VR headset. While there are only a smattering of these roller coasters that you can ride, they’re worth checking out. For now it seems like the biggest adopter in Six Flags in America which has introduced a number of roller coaster at  [Read More…]

Order a ride share straight from Google Maps! [How-To]

Last week, Google gave me another reason to never download another map or direction app, they integrated ordering an Uber or Lyft directly into the Google Maps interface and, you guessed it, we are here to show you how to use it. Prerequisites: I know, no fluff this time. I’m so excited about this addition

Now you can easily hail a ride from Uber or Lyft inside Google Maps

Why did it take so long for this kind of functionality to come to Google Maps?

Google has announced that you can now hail a ride from your preferred ride-sharing service directly through the Maps app. Tap on the icon of the guy hailing a ride and Maps will offer you a complete list of ride options, including special offers and promotions for both Uber and Lyft.

The Google Maps  [Read More…]

LeEco wants you to ride its Android-powered smart bicycles

LeEco, the Chinese company whose recent push into the U.S. has been met with excitement, trepidation and more than a little skepticism, is launching a pair of smart bicycles at CES 2017, powered by the company’s own Android-powered BikeOS.

Both the LeEco Smart Road Bike and Smart Mountain Bike are made of carbon fiber frames and single-chain designs, but the most interesting part — aside from the fact that they’re going to be sold in the U.S.  [Read More…]

Eagle Flight review: One hell of a ride!

Paris is free from humans and nature has had enough time to take over. Wild animals roam the streets, vines climb the Eiffel Tower, and the Metro is flooded. How you live in this post-apocalyptic city is really up to you. Follow a story, take to the skies with some friends and defend your territory against other players, or enjoy yourself as your soar freely over Haussmann’s iconic architecture. It’s great to be a bird.

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Too sick to stand: What it’s like to ride the first VR video game roller coaster

Virtual reality roller coasters are certainly cool, but are they really the future of theme parks?

Whose bright idea was it to strap a vomit-inducing virtual reality headset to people’s faces and then flip them upside down at 55 miles per hour?

It’s certainly not my idea of fun, but in the spirit of Halloween and all the thrills that come with it, Samsung and Six Flags debuted Rage of the Gargoyles, one of the first  [Read More…]

Google Maps adds new offline features and ride services

Today Google added new features to Google Maps, which includes new offline features and ride service options. Wi-Fi Only Mode This is great for customers on limited data plans and travelers who want to avoid roaming charges. Now you can use Google Maps in Wi-Fi only mode. Right now, you can download a map for

Take a ride with us and Android Auto at 2 p.m. ET!

Coming up live at 2 p.m. ET, we’re going to take a spin around the block with Android Auto. If you’re wondering what all the fuss is about, this should answer all your questions!

Click here to join us at 2 p.m. ET!