Tag Archive: Things

Selling a phone? Do these things first

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Google Pixel 3A are two incredible devices on the opposite end of the spectrum and each appeals to a different customer base. If you’re in the market to upgrade to one of these phones, or any of the others floating around, you might be wondering what to do with your old one.

An important factor in your decision might be how much you can get for your current device. It’s a lot easier to  [Read More…]

Can I delete things from my Oculus Quest library?

Best answer: No, you can’t delete items from your Oculus Quest library. You can uninstall an app or game from your headset, but it will always appear in your library.

Wireless VR: Oculus Quest ($ 399 at Amazon) Sticking with you

Every time you download an app or game for the Oculus Quest, it’s added to your library. This is handy because you can easily find any app or game you’ve previously downloaded. You can also quickly  [Read More…]

Stock up! 9 things to buy in bulk this Prime Day

There’s no denying that there are plenty of fun doodads and whatnots on serious discount during Prime Day. Aside from purchasing flashing gadgets and awesome tech, it’s also the perfect time to stock up on everyday household items. I’ve gone through and made a list of the best everyday things that you can buy in bulk on this special day. See what sparks your interest.

Do your duty Scott Essential Bulk Toilet Paper (80 Rolls)

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5 things parents need to know about buying their kid a phone

Buying your kid a new phone? Read this first.

Buying a new phone is a big decision — especially if you’re buying one for your kid. Ensuring your child has a way to stay connected to friends and family is becoming more and more important these days, but with so many handsets out there vying for your attention and dollars, it can be difficult to decide which one is really best for your kid.

That’s where we  [Read More…]

Check The NY Times with Google Lens today for a Stranger Things surprise

Use Google Lens to scan the three Starcourt Mall ads in the print edition of The New York Times today.

What you need to know You’ll find three ads for Starcourt Mall in the July 11, 2019 edition of The New York Times. Scanning these with Google Lens shows a special AR surprise. Google Lens is available on Android phones and via the Google app on iOS.

Thanks to this collaboration between Google, Stranger Things, and the  [Read More…]

Celebrate Stranger Things season three with special Polaroid camera and film pack

You have to live under a rock to not know that season three of Stranger Things is here. It’s nearly impossible to go about your day without seeing a brand tweeting or introducing a product based around the hit Netflix series. Well, go ahead and add Polaroid to the mix, too.

For a limited time you can purchase your own vintage style Polaroid camera with a pack of special Stranger Things film.

Meet the world’s brightest camera. This truly state  [Read More…]

Fortnite is heading to the Upside Down with Stranger Things portals

Gear up for season three of the Netflix hit.

What you need to know Portals are popping up all over Fortnite. The portals are the same as in the Netflix series Stranger Things. This crossover is probably just beginning.

Fortnite fans are about to get a major shake-up, as it looks like another major event is on the way. Players are noticing portals popping up all over the game map, portals that clearly resemble entrances to the  [Read More…]

Location-based Stranger Things mobile game announced at E3 2019

Pokémon Go meets the Demogorgon.

What you need to know Next Games is making a mobile game about Stranger Things. Stranger Things will be a location-based game like Pokémon Go. It will have have a style like an ’80s cartoon.

At E3 2019, Next Games and Netflix announced the development of a game based on the hit television series Stranger Things. No time frame has been announced just yet but we should hear more about it in  [Read More…]

From the Editor’s Desk: Big things are happening!

Daniel Bader, Andrew Martonik, Hayato Huseman and Michael Fisher attend MWC 2019.

Hey! If you’re reading this, it’s probably because you clicked on some link, somewhere — perhaps on our homepage, or through Twitter or Facebook, or even possibly by searching for something on Google and coming across this article with a title that says ‘Big things are happening!’ and got curious. Whatever way you got here, I appreciate it.

I haven’t done one of these in  [Read More…]

Here are the two things Samsung’s doing to fix the Galaxy Fold’s problems

New improvements include tucking the protector under the body and reducing the gap between the display and body of the device.

What you need to know The protective layer over the screen will now be tucked under the body making it more difficult to remove. The gap between the display and the body has been reduced to keep out debris. The improved Galaxy Fold is currently being tested with carriers in South Korea, but the release date  [Read More…]