Tag Archive: Should


Samsung Galaxy Watch vs. TicWatch Pro: Which should you buy?

These watches compete with each other on nearly every level.

If you’re looking for the best Google Wear OS has to offer these days, the TicWatch Pro is where it’s at. But if you’re not totally sold on the “All Google, All The Time” experience, there are other great options available. The most recent option is Samsung’s new Galaxy Watch, a continuation of the popular smartwatch design that used to have the Gear branding on it.

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Here are seven reasons why you should buy the UMIDIGI Z2 Pro (Promoted)

The UMIDIGI Z2 Pro just went on sale a few days ago with a great price tag. Well if you’re still not convinced whether the phone is for you, here are 7 reasons that might convince you that you absolutely need to get the Z2 Pro.

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Should you buy the Bose QC35 refurbished and where should you buy them?

Find out if the refurbished route is right for you!

If you’re in the market for a pair of wireless noise-canceling headphones, there’s a very good chance that the Bose QuietComfort 35 (Series I or II) is at the top of your shopping list.

Bose is one of the dominant forces when it comes to consumer audio gadgets, and while the QC35’s aren’t perfect, they offer a winning combo of great design, excellent sound quality, long-lasting battery  [Read More…]

Samsung Galaxy Note 9: Which storage size should I buy?

The answer is simple for most people.

Samsung pulled out the stops for the power-users with the launch of the Galaxy Note 9. Three of the biggest things spec hounds were looking for all received significant improvements over the last generation: battery, storage, and memory. At the same time, the price went up — and in the case of the 512GB model, it went way up. Most people who were originally excited about the idea of a  [Read More…]

Should you buy the Galaxy Note 9 unlocked or from a carrier?

Where you buy matters more than ever, especially when it comes to how your phone performs over time.

There are a lot of important questions when it comes to choosing a Galaxy Note 9. You need to be sure you’re ready to drop $ 1,000 (or $ 1250 if you decide to really go all out on the 512GB model) on a phone in the first place. You need to make sure you’re choosing the right color  [Read More…]

Dark themes on Android should be the norm, not the exception

You don’t know the power of the dark side!

Once upon a time, Android cloaked itself in shadow and cerulean. Triumphant cries of #YOLOHOLO rang out throughout the net as users reveled in a mobile experience that didn’t blind them like the sun every time they checked their phone in bed. But then a shift came. Material Design ushered in a new age of bright, white Android apps, and one by one, even Google’s own apps were  [Read More…]

What color Galaxy Note 9 should you buy?

Depends on your region as much as your taste.

The Galaxy Note 9 is undoubtedly going to be one of the best phones of the year — it’s packed with every top-end spec under the sun, and the S Pen is better than ever with its new wireless functionality. You probably already know if you’re going to buy one or not, so the only thing left to figure out is what color to get it in.

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Five Developer options even the average user should use

You might not know this, but Android has some nifty and unique features hidden in a secret menu called Developer options. But even if these options are built for the convenience of developers who need additional functions to test apps they are writing, it doesn’t mean the regular user can’t benefit from trying them out.

Also, it wouldn’t hurt to know a bit about these hidden Developer options. Especially since some can actually help you improve your overall Android experience.  [Read More…]

Surface Go vs. Chromebooks: Which should you buy?

Chromebooks are taking over, and Microsoft’s new Surface Go aims to halt that.

When a company makes a computer “for schools” these days, what that really means is that product is positioned to compete with Chromebooks.

Google’s lightweight OS and the inexpensive hardware it tends to live in has been largely responsible for the first reals signs of growth the standard PC market has seen over the last two years, due in no small part to the  [Read More…]

10 basic Android terminal commands you should know

You don’t have to be a software developer to know your way around the Android Debug Bridge.

For a lot of us, the fact that we can plug our Android phone into a computer and interact with it is a big plus. Besides the times when we’ve broken something and need to fix it, there are plenty of reasons why an advanced Android user would want to talk to their device. To do that, you need to  [Read More…]