Tag Archive: Version


Grab the Exynos version Galaxy Note 9 for over $100 off

If you don’t mind the International version — or wanted Midnight Black or Metallic Copper — you can get over 10% off that thousand-dollar price tag.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is easily the best Note phone Samsung has ever made, and for once it’s actually better than the latest Galaxy S phone in every way. The battery has jumped up to 4000mAh, which gives you effortless all-day battery life, the all-new S Pen is more powerful than ever  [Read More…]

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.5 is a cheaper version of the Galaxy Tab S4

There’s still no word on price, but it should be a lot less than $ 650.

Samsung just announced the Galaxy Tab S4 as its flagship tablet for 2018, and while it has a lot to get excited about, the $ 650 price that accompanies it certainly is a downer.

For those of you that want a new tab but don’t feel like shelling out that kind of money, Samsung also unveiled the more affordable Galaxy Tab  [Read More…]

Uber Lite is a barebones version of the app that comes in at just 5MB

Uber Lite is making its way to India, and will expand to other emerging markets later this year.

India is one of Uber’s largest markets, and the ride-sharing service is doubling down in the country with a new lightweight version of its app. Dubbed Uber Lite, the app comes in at just 5MB, and is designed primarily to run on low-end hardware and 2G networks. The app strips out the vehicle animations, and you don’t even get  [Read More…]

Lenovo is working on a new version of its unique Yoga Book 2-in-1

It looks like Lenovo is taking another shot at the Yoga Book.

The Lenovo Yoga Book was certainly one of the most unique computers to come out of 2016, largely thanks to its futuristic-looking touch keyboard that can operate as an inking surface as well. But while it garnered plenty of eyeballs due to its strange design, Lenovo never followed it up with another version in 2017. It looks like the company may be remedying that, however.

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How to downgrade your Android phone to a previous version

Whether you need to downgrade your Android version or just think you need to, there are some things you need to know.

Most of us here are update junkies. When a new version of Android (or anything, for that matter) is announced, we start talking about when we’ll get a chance to try it and take a look at the changes the changes. We look at all the leaks or legit news about an update, and we’re  [Read More…]

Amazon unveils a more expensive Echo Dot version, aimed at children

Amazon launches a new Echo Dot smart speaker, specially aimed at kids. The product is offered in three bright colors and comes with a kid-friendly version of Alexa.

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Samsung launches new version of its Chromebook Pro with a backlit keyboard

It still costs the same at $ 599.99.

Seemingly out of nowhere, Samsung’s taken its already great Chromebook Pro and made it even better by adding something that should have been there in the first place – a backlit keyboard.

Spotted by SamMobile, heading to the Samsung website will show a new listing for “Samsung Chromebook Pro with Backlit Keyboard.” It costs $ 599.99 just like the previous version, and for whatever reason, exists alongside the non-backlit  [Read More…]

Zolo Liberty+ review: Could these be Android’s version of AirPods?

There are more truly wireless headphones being released, but Zolo is a newcomer that offers an intriguing option with the Liberty+. Join us as we take a look at whether these can truly compete against Apple’s AirPods.

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How to get the latest version of Android 8.1 Oreo on your Pixel or Nexus

Get the latest version of Android on your phone on your own terms.

Update March 2018: We now have a whole new version of Android to try as the Android P Developer Preview has begun. All the steps and methods here still apply; the only difference is if you’re looking to sign up for the Android Beta Program, when it begins, you’ll get P and not O. And hey, if you’re looking to be a beta tester  [Read More…]

Please say a VR180 version of Google Clips is next

Don’t just show me pictures, let me stand in the room where it happened.

It takes a little bit of getting used to, but Google Clips is a fantastic way to capture memories without needing to walk around with your camera in-hand all day. After my review, I continued bringing it with me wherever I went, and have continued to enjoy using it whenever the perfect moment struck. But at the end of the day what I  [Read More…]