Tag Archive: Should


Best WebVR experiences you should try right now!

What experience should I use to test out WebVR?

WebVR is an open standard for creating web-based VR experiences. Developers can create basically anything they want, and these creations then run in a web browser, including Edge and Chrome. Mozilla Firefox just received full WebVR support as well, so to celebrate, we’ve rounded up some of the best WebVR experiences we’ve come across so far.

Read more at VRHeads!

You can now use Samsung’s browser on nearly every Android phone, but should you?

Browser includes features such as extensions and night mode.

Samsung’s Internet application may seem superfluous when a smartphone or tablet already has Google Chrome, but it has a few tricks up its sleeve. The most well-known feature is extension support, so users can download a separate content blocker to filter out malicious advertisements. There are also some handy features including a night mode that darkens a web page’s interface, and battery life is reportedly better than Chrome,  [Read More…]

Amazon Fire Tablet: Which storage size should I buy?

Spoiler: You want as much as possible. Always.

Nobody ever wakes up in the morning and says “Ya know, I really wish I hadn’t gotten more storage for my tablet.” It just doesn’t happen. (We’ll leave for another time the fact that most folks are normal and don’t think about this sort of thing at all.)

No, when it comes to your phones and tablets and pretty much any electronic device, you can never have too much  [Read More…]

PS4 vs. PS4 Slim vs. PS4 Pro: Which should you buy?

Which PlayStation 4 should I buy?

Anyone looking to buy a PlayStation for family now have three options that look very similar. You’ve got the original PlayStation 4, the new slimmer PlayStation 4 with the exact same branding on the box as the original, and the new PlayStation 4 Pro. Do they all offer similar experiences? Is there a downside to buying the original over the slim? There are a lot of unanswered questions here.

It’s confusing  [Read More…]

Carrier or unlocked: Which Galaxy S8 should you buy?

There are advantages and disadvantages to buying an unlocked phone. Which do you prefer?

The battle rages on for one of the most important debates in recent memory (jk): Should you buy the carrier version or unlocked?

When the Galaxy S8 debuted earlier this year, it was available on every major U.S. carrier, including Verizon, Sprint, AT&T and T-Mobile. Specials, deals, and discounts were frequent: BOGO, trade-in, you name it. The carriers wanted in on one of the most  [Read More…]

6 Amazon Echo accessories you never knew existed (but should definitely check out!)

Amazon’s Echo line already is pretty good. But for just a few bucks more you can make your Echo even better.

So you’ve got an Amazon Echo ($ 179.99). Or maybe (or more likely) the less-expensive Echo Dot ($ 49.99). Or maybe even a newfangled Echo Show ($ 229.99). That’s just the start of things. Turns out there’s a burgeoning accessory ecosystem that’s actually full of useful things that make your Echo just a little bit better.

And none  [Read More…]

Best VR videos you should watch right now

What are the best videos to watch in VR?

Virtual reality isn’t just all about gaming — it’s also about emotional and exhilarating experiences in the form of 360-degree videos. Apps like Within, Littlestar, and YouTube make it easy to download and digest these videos across multiple VR platforms. Here are the best VR videos to watch right now.

Read more at VRHeads!

These $10 Mpow Bluetooth headphones should be your impulse purchase of the day

Our friends at Thrifter are back again, this time with another exclusive deal on a great pair of Bluetooth headphones!

Bluetooth headphones have become extremely popular over the years, but not everyone is interested in spending $ 100 or more on a pair of headphones. Luckily, there are a lot of great options that don’t require you to spend that kind of money. Mpow is a brand that is known for making high-quality headphones at extremely affordable prices, and  [Read More…]

Essential Phone should be available within a few weeks

The Essential Phone is backed by Android founder Andy Ruben so we all expect something special. Sure enough, it looked fantastic and we couldn’t wait to get our hands on one. Unfortunately the shipping window that was communicated when the device launched was missed. The Essential Phone was meant to ship in June but now […]

Project Fi vs. Sprint: Which should you buy?

It’s Sprint vs. Project Fi in this head-to-head comparison.

Sprint and Project Fi are both network providers, but have very different strategies and sets of operations. Sprint is a company that owns its own equipment and everything required to build a nationwide LTE network in the U.S., complete with voice calls and messaging service. Project Fi is an alternative carrier, or MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator). That means it buys service from companies like Sprint that have the physical  [Read More…]