Tag Archive: Video


Video: Google Pixel vs OnePlus 3T camera showdown!

The OnePlus 3T is a legit competitor to the Pixel XL, and for a whole lot less money than Google’s latest phone — almost $ 400 less, in fact. In terms of specs and user experience, they’re both pretty similar. However, if you stump up the cash for a Pixel XL, one thing that gets you is Google’s legendary Pixel camera.

We’ve all seen the ads — it’s supposedly the “best smartphone camera ever!” And that plays out in  [Read More…]

Video: LG G6 rumors, leaks, features and more!

As is traditional in the weeks leading up to a new LG flagship phone, the Korean company has slowly started to trickle out details of its next big thing, the LG G6. We’re expecting the new phone, which could be one of the first Snapdragon 835 devices, to break cover at Mobile World Congress in late February. And based on what LG has already teased, we’re set for a new, unibody design, with the company moving away from the  [Read More…]

Video: HTC U Ultra + U Play first impressions!

Just a week removed from the end of CES, we already have our first major Android launch of 2017 — from HTC. The Taiwanese company has just unveiled the HTC U Ultra and U Play — a pair of new phones pitched as “flagship” devices.

But while both pack the same impressive metal-and-glass construction, the Ultra is the handset you’ll want to get more excited about. It’s got top-tier internals, an upgraded version of the camera from the HTC  [Read More…]

OnePlus 3T + Nougat video review!

I have a confession to make: I’ve had the OnePlus 3T for the past month or so, since its launch in late November. But for most of that time I haven’t paid a whole lot of attention to it — instead my time has been dominated by Nougat phones like the Pixel and Mate 9. The 3T arrived running Marshmallow which just felt old and a sludgy after using the new version.

No more! Within hours of its end-of-year  [Read More…]

Facebook Messenger now lets you group video chat with up to 50 people

Not spending the holidays with your family this year? Facebook has just made it easier for you to stay in touch via a new feature that debuted in its popular Messenger app. Similar to Skype, Facebook is now allowing users to host Group Video Chats in Messenger. All you need to do is open a

Facebook Messenger now offers video chat, says it was the “most requested Messenger feature ever”

More ways to stay in touch with family and friends.

Just in time for the holidays, Facebook Messenger is rolling out a new update that introduces group video calling for up to 50 people at once. This expands on the group calling feature which was added back in April, and is the latest feature added to the popular messaging platform since games were added last month.

You’ll be able to see six people in the group  [Read More…]

Huawei Mate 9 video review

Gone are the days when using a Huawei phone meant living with an unfortunate compromise between great hardware and lousy software. The company’s latest big-screened flagship, the Mate 9, comes with Nougat-based software that feels more like Android and less like a weird clone of iOS. And it’s matched by impressive hardware specs, a unique dual camera setup — not to mention an enormous 5.9-inch screen and ample 4,000mAh battery.

Check out our in-depth video review below, and be  [Read More…]

Twitter now lets you broadcast live video

Twitter becomes the latest app to add live video to its list of features. If 140 character is not enough for you to express yourself thoroughly, then the live video option powered by Periscope will come quite in handy. Users can broadcast live directly from the Twitter app as long as they have the latest

Amazon Prime Video is now available in India with tons of regional content

Prime Video is the best streaming deal right now in India.

Amazon’s streaming video service Prime Video is now available in India. The service offers a healthy mix content — including recent Bollywood movies along with Amazon’s original content like Transparent, The Grand Tour, The Man in the High Castle, and more.

If you’re already a Prime subscriber in India, you’ll be able to access Prime Video at no additional cost. A Prime subscription costs  [Read More…]

How the Google Pixel’s unlimited photo and video backup works

Unlimited photo and video backup is one of the Pixel’s marquee features.

Google Photos offers unlimited photo backups for everyone as long as the photos are under 16MP and you’re willing to save the files at “High Quality.” But with the Pixel and Pixel XL, you can store unlimited photos and videos (in 4K!) at full resolution and not have it counted against your quota. Here’s how photo backups work on the Pixel.

Which photos  [Read More…]