Tag Archive: survive


See how long you survive in Monopoly: Fortnite Edition for its lowest price

Fans of Fortnite have to check out this recently-released edition of the classic Monopoly board game.

Amazon has the Fortnite edition of Monopoly on sale right now for $ 9.99. Today’s discount brings the game to the lowest price we’ve seen to date. It has an MSRP of $ 20 and has recently been on sale for around $ 14. The price drop comes as part of a wider sale on toys and games at Amazon that  [Read More…]

Watch the Oukitel WP1 survive fire & ice durability tests (Promoted)

Oukitel just released a new video in which its latest, rugged WP1 smartphone is put through a series of torture tests.

To prove its toughness, Oukitel placed the WP1 in a small tank and then refrigerated it for 10 hours. Next, the phone went against boiled hot water. While most phones will shut down to protects themselves in very low or very high temperatures, the WP1 didn’t.

But that’s not all, Oukitel also poured some ethyl alcohol and set the  [Read More…]

How to survive a winter storm using tech

Winter is here, bring nasty storms to just about everybody.

When a nasty storm hits during the summer it can be miserable, but when a winter storm descends onto your house you may have to deal with being stuck indoors behind a wall of ice and snow. Whether this is your first Nor’easter, or you’ve been making snow angels since you were a kid, we’ve got some tips for getting through a blizzard using the tech you  [Read More…]

Watch this Galaxy S5 fall from a plane and survive

Although Samsung has its Active line of Galaxy phones, this standard version held up just fine — after a fall from a plane.

The one time I went skydiving, I wanted to do something to document the experience, more to prove that I actually did it than to remember it. However, I also didn’t want my phone to fall out of my hands and smash into a million pieces on impact. So, I took a few photos as we  [Read More…]

Acer’s new rugged Chromebook can survive all sorts of abuse

Chromebooks are considered great educational accessories. After they offer basic functionalities at affordable prices, which makes them perfect for students of any ages. Now Acer has come to CES 2017 to launch a few new products like any self-respecting tech companies. So say hello to the rugged Chromebook 11 N7 – a laptop which was

NatulaRays Outdoor Bluetooth Speaker – A fantastic little speaker that can survive serious abuse! (Review)

In this ever burgeoning digital age, we as a society have become almost 100% dependent on technology. Most of us are incapable of leaving our homes without some form of technology on our person. This need and necessity we have for tech and gadgets drives our innovation as a people. As our needs grow, so

How to survive Android without Google: the FOSS version

Last month, we showed you how to use Android without Google using custom ROMs and third-party apps. In this article, we’ll give you the open source alternatives. The FOSS, or FLOSS movement has been around for at least a couple of decades. Standing for Free/Libre Open Source Software, it centers around open-source software – meaning software

Acer’s new enterprise-focused Chromebook 14 can survive a drop — and a spill

Acer’s latest Chromebook can withstand a lot more than a regular laptop, but the price is still the thing here.

It was less than a month ago that Acer unveiled its latest Chromebook, a machine that, for $ 299, packs a considerable amount of technology into its metal frame.

Now, Acer is back with an enterprise-grade variant of that same machine, dubbed Chromebook 14 for Work. Not only is it the company’s first laptop to be  [Read More…]

How to survive Android without Google

When you flash a custom ROM to your Android device, the first thing that most people would notice is that there’s no Google Play Store; or any Google apps. And again, for most people, the first order of business would be to head over to your favorite GApps repository and download the Google Apps so

How to help your phone survive a long-haul flight

Travel can be tough on your phone.

For many of us, smartphones are a hugely important part of traveling by air — whether it’s through airline apps and mobile boarding passes, using indoor maps to find your way around the terminal, or just distracting yourself from the stress and boredom of the whole experience.

But flying can be tough on your phone. Browsing or using apps for hours while waiting for a flight can eat a  [Read More…]