Tag Archive: Space


How to use Hidden Space in OxygenOS

Have apps you want to keep out of your main app drawer? Hidden Space is for you.

OxygenOS — the software used on OnePlus phones — has a lot of bells and whistles that are worth checking out. If you’ve got apps installed that you don’t want other people to see or simply want to keep hidden for the sake of organization, one feature it comes equipped with is called “Hidden Space.’

Hidden Space was added to  [Read More…]

How to reclaim phone storage with Google Photos’ Free Up Space feature

Google Photos has a great way to get back some of your phone’s storage!

The best feature of Google Photos is the hassle free backups: all your photos and videos are automatically up to the cloud, so you won’t lose your favorite memories. If you’re moving to a new phone, all of your old photos are available just by signing in.

A side effect of this is it means your photos and videos don’t need to take  [Read More…]

It’s a Space Thing charmingly recreates arcade shooter (review)

Do you have fond memories of space games in the 80s? The chaotic experience of blasting away at spacecraft and alien beings? It’s a Space Thing exists as a link back to your earliest foray into arcade gaming and executes a near flawless representation.

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Upgrade your storage space with the $80 WD Elements 4TB desktop hard drive

Save all the data!

The WD Elements 4TB desktop hard drive is down to $ 79.99 on Amazon. That’s $ 20 off its normal price and a match for the lowest we’ve ever seen.

If 4TB is too much or you need something to take out and about, you can get the 2TB drive for just $ 58.49 right now. That’s the portable version and a great deal.

The desktop drive is simply plug-and-play. It uses USB  [Read More…]

Does the notch add screen space or take it away?

The answer may depend on if you’re a glass-half-empty or half-full person.

After seeing a flood of notched Android phones at MWC, there’s been a lot of talk about the benefits and disadvantages of having a cutout in a phone’s display. The main idea is that by housing a phone’s various sensors and earpiece speaker into a notch at the top of the display, OEMs are able to further slim down bezels and fit a larger screen  [Read More…]

Motorola’s stepping into the VR space with its ‘Virtual Viewer’ Moto Mod

No word on pricing or availability.

Motorola’s dipped its toes in just about every niche possible with its Moto Mods. We’ve seen a projector, Polaroid printer, battery packs, game pads, and more, and it looks like Motorola’s next step will be into the world of VR.

Courtesy of Evan Blass, we have a picture of Motorola’s upcoming “Virtual Viewer” Moto Mod. Blass doesn’t share any details in regards to how the Virtual Viewer will work, but it  [Read More…]

Running out of space on your Chromebook? Try these tips

16GB isn’t a lot of space. You might need a way to add more.

While Chromebooks are mostly cloud-centric machines, there are still quite a few offline packaged apps available. Sometimes, when you have a lot of those installed alongside media like music, video, and pictures, there’s not much room left. Add in Google Drive syncing, and running out of space is a real possibility — especially on the 16GB storage models.

There are a few things  [Read More…]

Honor View 10 review: Shaking up the affordable flagship space

Honor’s new flagship phone brings the best of Huawei to a wider audience, offering an 18:9 display and dual cameras for just £449.

The quick take

From build quality to battery life and performance, the View 10 leaves little to be desired and gives the OnePlus 5T a run for its money in the budget flagship category.

The Good Premium build quality and modern design Oreo out of the box Solid camera performance Impressive battery life The  [Read More…]

Readjust your VR space after decorating for the holidays

Decorating for the holiday means you may need to reorganize your VR space.

December is here bringing holiday cheer, parties, and of course, decorations. Whether you’ve strung up Christmas lights insider your apartment, or you’re setting up a full tree in the corner, decorations can wreak havoc on your VR space. This is why after you finish decorating you’ll want to look at where you play in VR, and consider readjusting some things. From keeping an eye  [Read More…]

BlackBerry KEYone in Space Black lands at AT&T on September 1st

TCL and BlackBerry unveiled an all-black BlackBerry KEYone version in India earlier this month. While customers in the US could so far purchase only the black/silver version of the KEYone, the good news is that the all-black version will soon be available for purchase in the country. The all-black BlackBerry will be an AT&T exclusive […]