Tag Archive: Team


NFL and Epic team up to bring all 32 NFL teams’ uniforms to Fortnite

Out of the gridiron, into the storm.

The National Football League and Epic Games have announced a new partnership that’ll bring some NFL content to Fortnite. All 32 NFL teams get love here, so you can represent your colors no matter who you bleed for.

The team outfits will be available in the Fortnite shop from Friday, November 9. The way it works is simple: you buy the “NFL Outfit” item from the shop, and from there you  [Read More…]

Jump headfirst into Madden NFL 19 Ultimate Team with this beginner’s guide

Get off to a fast start in Madden 19’s most exciting mode.

Madden NFL 19 offers a comprehensive football game for any fan of the pigskin. Whether you’re new to the series or a returning veteran, and whether you’re a casual viewer of the NFL or you’re knee deep in player research to keep your fantasy team stacked each and every week, you can have fun in any of Madden 19’s various modes.

One of those modes  [Read More…]

Microsoft, Google and more team up to help you transfer data between services

Tech giants are teaming up to make it easier to port your data between services.

Microsoft, Google, Twitter, and Facebook have partnered to form the Data Transfer Project (DTP), a new initiative whose goal it is to make transferring your data between services much easier. Initially founded in 2017, DTP’s aim is to create an open-source platform that apps and services can adopt, ultimately stoking competition by giving consumers the ability to easily try out new services  [Read More…]

DJI and Ryze team up to produce a $99 drone that doesn’t suck

DJI and Ryze have teamed up to produce the Tello, a capable low price drone.

Drones are a lot of fun if you know how to fly them correctly, but they’re not cheap: drone maker DJI’s least expensive model is the Spark, priced at $ 499. That’s inexpensive compared to other drones, but not reachable for most people. That changes today with the announcement of the Tello.

The Tello is actually built by a Chinese company called  [Read More…]

Essential team takes to Reddit AMA, promises Oreo update and Verizon certification

Andy Rubin hosted a Reddit AMA, and answered some burning questions the community had.

After a few delays, the Essential Phone was finally released last month to awaiting fans and critics. While the Phone certainly has a nice design and exotic materials, there are parts of the device that are a bit of a compromise at the retail price of $ 700. In our review we noted that the camera felt far from finished, and general issues with stability  [Read More…]

Eharmony and Alexa team up to make finding a date that much more weird

I’ve been married for 13 years next week. I can’t even imagine what it’s like to do that in the age of smartphones and dating apps and Instagram and text messages. I am old.

Also: There’s now an Amazon Alexa Skill that ties eharmony to your Amazon account. So you can find more info on potential lifelong partners without even having to pick up your phone, or log into a computer.

Or, as eharmony puts it:

It’s a  [Read More…]

Follow the Android Central team at IFA 2017!

There’s the show, and then there’s the show.

IFA 2017 is quickly approaching, and before you know it Android Central is going to have people on their way to Berlin to cover one of the larger trade shows of the year.

It’s shaping up to be a great show, and there are always twists and turns beyond what we’re expecting. Even though the show technically starts on September 1, we’ll be on the ground from August 28  [Read More…]

OnePlus and DJI team up with back to school bundles

OnePlus and DJI are teaming up to offer back to school bundles.

As the new school year approaches, a lot of companies are looking to offer back to school deals to entice students. OnePlus and DJI are combining forces to offer a rather enticing bundle.

Right now, OnePlus and DJI are offering a bundle with the DJI Osmo Mobile (MSRP: $ 299) and a OnePlus 5 (MSRP: $ 479) for only $ 724, a savings of $  [Read More…]

Android team explains how Project Treble will (and won’t) improve Android

Googlers confirm most of what we knew (and had guessed) about Project Treble.

Members of the Android engineering team at Google are participating in a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) today. Find a list of the team members participating here.

One of the questions was about Project Treble and was wondering if thinking it could fix Android fragmentation was too optimistic. The response from the Android team explains most of what we need to know about Treble, and affirms  [Read More…]

OnePlus team fields OnePlus 5 questions in Reddit AMA, reveals little

Every once and a while it’s great to get a feel for what’s going on behind the scenes of a smartphone launch.

As they have done before, a handful of high-level people from OnePlus fired up a Reddit AMA to field questions from some of the most die-hard fans of the company. This time, it’s all about the OnePlus 5 of course.

As is typically the case with Reddit AMAs, there’s a whole lot of cruft to wade through  [Read More…]