Tag Archive: Same


Don’t buy a USB-C adapter that lets you use headphones and charge at the same time

A 2-in-1 adapter could let you listen while you charge if only your phone was built that way.

When the Pixel 2 was first introduced there was an uproar about removing the headphone jack. Much of it was centered around a very real dilemma — you can’t listen to music through wired headphones and charge your phone at the same time.

Those fears were slightly abated when we saw an adapter from Moshi in the Google Store  [Read More…]

Google Home and Google Assistant finally offer the same experience

After years of feedback, Google has fulfilled its promise of a consistent Assistant across phones and Google Home.

Once upon a time in 2016, Google announced their next foray into a connected home and an AI assistant with the Google Home featuring Google Assistant. Google Home was shiny and offered hands-free commands that would work across a crowded room and give us control of our media and services, but they made an even more tantalizing proposition. Google  [Read More…]

MoviePass now prevents you from seeing the same movie more than once

New and existing subscribers are affected by the change.

MoviePass – the lustrous subscription service that enables you to see up to one movie per day for just $ 9.95/month – just got a lot less appealing.

Following an update to the Android app and a change to the Terms of Service that just came in today, MoviePass subscribers are no longer able to see a certain movie more than once.

As of 12:49 PM EST, April  [Read More…]

Glow Hockey 2 gives you more of the same (review)

Does Glow Hockey 2 build on the excellent first installment in the series or fall flat? We take a look at the ultra-popular game to see how it stacks up. Read the full review here.

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Amazon’s Kindle Lite app offers the same great reading experience at a fraction of the size

The Kindle Lite app weighs just 2MB, and is designed to work on 2G connections in emerging markets.

Amazon launched Kindle Lite in beta at the end of last year, and the app is now formally making its debut in India. The app is tailored for entry-level phones with limited storage (such as Android Go devices), and takes up just 2MB and uses less resources than the full-fledged client.

Kindle Lite offers a similar set of  [Read More…]

The Mi Mix 2S gets a DxOMark score of 97 — the same as the iPhone X

DxOMark says the Mi Mix 2S renders “some of the smoothest files” in low-light, with the camera holding its own next to the Pixel 2 and Galaxy S9.

With hardware becoming commoditized, camera quality is increasingly becoming the differentiator for flagships. That’s where DxOMark comes in — over the course of the last year, the website has become the de facto standard for measuring smartphone cameras. It’s score is often touted by manufacturers during phone launches, and  [Read More…]

Honor 7X vs. Moto G5S Plus: Same price, opposing philosophies

The Honor 7X is all about the hardware, whereas the Moto G5S Plus is aimed at delivering the best possible software experience.

The Honor 7X is one of the best budget phones around for under $ 200. The phone features a gorgeous aluminum design that’s backed by a Kirin 659 chipset, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage. There’s an 18:9 screen up front, and dual cameras at the back.

The Moto G5S Plus also has dual rear  [Read More…]

LG V30S specs: More of the same, plus A.I.

The LG V30S isn’t a brand new phone, but it’s a nice refresh on one of 2017’s best flagships.

The LG V30S builds on the success of the audiovisual-focused V30, and while it adds a few tantalizing specs and a couple of notable A.I. features, it lacks any big-deal upgrades like an improved camera or current-gen Snapdragon processor.

Category Specification Operating System Android 8.0 Oreo Display 6-inch OLED, curved edges2880×1440 resolution Gorilla Glass 5 Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon  [Read More…]

Why an ARM processor in a Chromebook isn’t the same as the ARM processor in your phone

Electronics all have one thing in common: how you handle the heat makes all the difference when it comes to performance.

We’ve seen or heard about two really interesting developments when it comes to smart devices recently. The first is that Qualcomm and Microsoft have hooked up and plan to birth some Windows 10 products that run on a Snapdragon processor and promise they will make us happy when it comes to how well they perform. The  [Read More…]

Project Fi now offers international coverage in 37 new countries, price remains the same

Are you a Project Fi subscriber that loves to travel? Then you’ll be thrilled to know that Google’s MNVO is adding 37 new countries where customers can enjoy text and data coverage, thus bringing Project Fi’s total coverage to 170 territories across the globe. New countries include Belize, Laos, Isle of Man, Monaco, Mongolia, Cameroon, […]

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