Tag Archive: You’ve


Five Android OEMs you’ve never heard of before

Everyone knows the big players in tech, but we tend to forget the world is a lot larger than that. There’s a plethora of little-known, upstart mobile-manufacturers out there selling phones that are giving the major players a run for their money.

So for those wondering whether there’s life beyond Apple and Samsung, here’s a refreshing break from the norm. In this article, we’re going to highlight a series of Android OEMs that are making great phones but remain virtually  [Read More…]

How to watch the FIFA Men’s World Cup if you’ve cut the cord

The 2018 FIFA Men’s World Cup begins June 14 in Russia. It’ll air on Fox, FS1 and in the Fox Sports app.

Fox, FS1 and the Fox Sports app have all the soccer this summer.

The 2018 FIFA Men’s World Cup kicks off (literally and figuratively) at 11 a.m. ET June 14, with Saudi Arabia taking on host Russia. And as always, one of the biggest questions we get is about  [Read More…]

Philips Hue 3.0 is the smart light update you’ve been waiting for

Party people, light up your life.

It’s been a long time in the making — we saw an early demo all the way back at CES — but Philips has finally released its Hue 3.0 app for Android and iOS, overhauling its design and offering much quicker access to presets for individual lights. There are also 30 new scenes created by Philips’ lighting experts, who test combinations of colors and ambiance.

Philips told us that it  [Read More…]

Question of the Week: What’s the most you’ve ever spent on a smartphone?

It’s flagship smartphone season which means this is the time of year where a lot of people spend quite a bit on their new mobile device. Are you one of those who drops tons on a handset or are you the budget-watching type? Leave your feedback and win a Google Play gift card!

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Ultrawings VR Review: Become the Pilot You’ve Always Wanted to

A flight simulator comfortable for the whole family

Gaming in VR is all about immersion, and one of the best ways to take advantage of that sensation is to climb into vehicles you otherwise wouldn’t. One of the best examples of this for PlayStation VR is UltraWings.

Here you can put on your aviator helmet and hop into one of three aircraft of your choosing. The controls aren’t as intricate as they are in games like Aerofly  [Read More…]

If you’re gonna go buy Rogue One, make sure you’ve connected Disney Movies Anywhere

Most digital copies are a letdown. Disney’s are not.

We’ve all seen it: buy the movie before it’s out on Blu-ray, and you don’t get any special features, and your copy is stuck in one store forever. It sucks, right? WRONG! Disney has a digital system that makes buying the movie early an actually tempting thing to do, and it all has to do with connecting digital stores and awesome app implementation.

Before you go download Rogue  [Read More…]

So you’ve lost your Cardboard QR code? Here’s what to do

If you’ve lost your QR code, don’t panic. You can find it again online.

Google Cardboard was the first phone based VR that hit the market, and for some users it’s still a great way to get introduced to VR. However if it’s been a few months since the last time you’ve pulled out your Cardboard viewer, then you may run into a problem. That problem being that you’ve lost your Cardboard QR code, and can’t properly  [Read More…]

You’ve got questions, Michael Fisher’s got videos (and the fastest growing new tech channel on YouTube!)

Over 30,000 youtube subscribers in less than a week… and MrMobile is just getting started!

It’s been a whirlwind 10 days in MrMobile’s Boston studios, where we’ve been focused on crafting the biggest YouTube debut party the mobile tech space has ever seen. In less than two weeks, I’ve published an introduction video, two smartphone reviews, a preview of the hottest electric car ever to hit the road, a look at a “work phone” that’s also a pretty  [Read More…]

Android apps on your Chromebook: Here’s the video you’ve been waiting for

One of the most popular sessions from Google I/O 2016 was also one of the most limited when it came to seats. We’re talking about the announcement of Android apps on Chrome OS. It also wasn’t available online — until today.

The video does a great job at describing how Android apps will run on your Chromebook, and most everything the layman would want to know about compatibility, security and how the two systems will  [Read More…]

The Xiaomi Redmi Note Prime is not the upgrade you’ve been waiting for

Xiaomi has launched the Redmi Note Prime in India. The second device from the vendor to be locally manufactured in the country, this year’s offering is similar to the original Redmi Note, with a slight bump in the specs.