The beta client for WhatsApp picked up an update to 2.16.318, bringing the ability to make video calls. When you tap the call icon, you now have the option of choosing between a voice call or video call. The interface itself is similar to what we’ve seen with the voice calls. You can start a new call from the Calls tab, or from within a conversation window by selecting the call icon.
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The review you’ve been waiting for is here!
The Pixel is not just Google’s first built-from-scratch Android phone, but it’s also one of the best phones released this year. It’s beautiful, fast, and has some features that truly separate it from the pack: flawless performance, an awesome camera, and Google Assistant.
When you’re finished the video, read our epic review for a more nuanced take on the “Google phones” and see how the two devices stack up against [Read More…]
One of the major benefits in owning a smartphone is the camera that you always have on hand to take a picture of a memory that you don’t want to forget. Sporting events, children, recitals, vacation, food and our cats are all things we love to take pictures of and many of us take so
If video recording is your thing, then look no further than the LG V20 — it offers unique shooting options, manual controls and the best audio capture available.
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The LG V20 builds on its predecessor’s vision of offering a fantastic imaging experience — and that goes for both still shots and video. Right from the start the V20 stands out because it offers you both a [Read More…]
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We know you can’t get enough of the new Pixel and Pixel XL, and to help you get a better understanding of how the phone looks, feels and looks, we’ve worked up a hands-on video. We’re primarily showing off the “standard” Pixel here, but have several shots of the Pixel XL that show just how similar the two phones are — really, it’s two sizes of one phone.
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Virtual reality roller coasters are certainly cool, but are they really the future of theme parks?
Whose bright idea was it to strap a vomit-inducing virtual reality headset to people’s faces and then flip them upside down at 55 miles per hour?
It’s certainly not my idea of fun, but in the spirit of Halloween and all the thrills that come with it, Samsung and Six Flags debuted Rage of the Gargoyles, one of the first [Read More…]
New Google Cast device set to arrive at October 4 Pixel event.
Google’s rumored next-generation Chromecast has leaked out ahead of its expected October 4 launch. The new streaming puck, which will reportedly debut alongside the new Pixel phones and Google Home, and maybe a whole bunch of other crazy stuff, has been revealed for the first time by prolific leaker Evan Blass over at VentureBeat.
The new device looks a lot like the current [Read More…]
Verizon Wireless on Friday announced that its prepaid customers will have Voice over LTE capabilities starting on September 25. Indeed, this means HD voice calling and HD video calling over the service as well as six-way calls and more. Yes, it also means the ability to surf the internet while taking calls, too. With prepaid rates
Sprint on Friday debuted a variation on its recently introduced Unlimited Freedom rate plan. Priced at $ 80 per month, the new Unlimited Freedom Premium option gives customers unlimited calls, messages, and data, including high-definition video streaming. The move likely comes as a direct result of customers who liked the idea of the Unlimited Freedom’s all-inclusive rate
How do I capture better video on my Galaxy phone? With a little help from these tools!
Almost anyone, regardless of age or skill level, can play around with experimenting and shooting video on their Galaxy device.
With the help from some tools, a couple of simple tips, and some editing apps, you can turn your phone videos into some beautiful, memorable visual masterpieces. Plus, shooting video with your Galaxy is a blast because of its [Read More…]