Tag Archive: ‘Zero’


Zolo announces Model Zero radial speaker with Google Assistant

Anker’s Zolo sub-brand has announced an interestingly designed speaker with Google Assistant.

Anker is no stranger to audio products since it produces some of the best inexpensive earbuds out there. Its Zolo sub-brand is no stranger to experimental products either, with the company releasing its Liberty truly wireless earbuds late last year. That heritage continues with Zolo’s latest announcement: the Model Zero speaker.

Image courtesy of Zolo

I’m not quite sure what the inspiration is for  [Read More…]

Google Camera HDR+ Port APK updated with Zero Shutter Lag

The Google Camera app found on the Pixel devices was ported with working HDR+ mode earlier this month to pretty much any device that ran on a Snapdragon 820/821 or 835 chip to install the APK. The problem was that although the functionality reflected that found on the Pixel devices, the experience was somewhat lacking. […]

The 8bitdo Zero is an excellent Bluetooth controller that fits on a keychain

Game controllers are pretty big. But not this one, oh no.

It’s called the Zero and it’s from a company called 8bitdo, which is based in China and produces a lot of modern takes on old, retro gaming hardware. If you want a Bluetooth version of an original SNES or N64 controller, or perhaps want to use a wireless controller with an original NES system, chances are 8bitdo can take care of you.

The Zero isn’t a  [Read More…]

TPO: Prepaid plans with zero compromise

Saving money on your mobile bill doesn’t mean losing out on features or service.

TPO (The People’s Operator) is a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) that leases coverage from Sprint. MVNOs piggyback on the bigger networks in order to bring you great service at a lower price.

Does going with an alternative carrier mean you’ll be getting second class service compared to customers of the Big Four (AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon)?

Switch to TPO and save on your  [Read More…]

Become an expert in Linux with zero experience, just $19

Those of you looking for an alternative solution to Windows, you don’t have to worry about paying an exorbitant amount of money to switch to a Mac. There’s another option out there, Linux, which can run on most computers, and is becoming increasingly popular. But Linux isn’t for the feint of heart; most functions are […]

Learn to code for Amazon Alexa with zero experience, just $19

Ready or not, smart homes are the wave of the future. What started with Amazon and its voice service, Alexa, has evolved into a whole world of products and services that tie together. Pretty much any major appliance or electronic item you buy for the home these days can be connected to a network. What’s […]

Raspberry Pi 3 or Raspberry Pi Zero: Which should you get for your Kodi box?

Do you go for a larger or smaller piece of Pi?

Terrible puns aside it’s a legitimate question. We’ve established before that the Raspberry Pi Zero makes a fine Kodi box, albeit sacrificing ultimate power for size and a much lower price.

The question is, though, if you’re wanting to construct your own Kodi box, which would you be better off buying?

Neither of these two are exactly computing powerhouses, but there is still  [Read More…]

The Raspberry Pi Zero makes a great, super cheap Kodi box

The Raspberry Pi 3 isn’t the only cheap Kodi box you can make yourself.

The Raspberry Pi Foundation has another insanely affordable computer that you can make things with. The Pi Zero costs a ridiculously low $ 5 and is every bit as accessible, if a little more limited, than its bigger brother.

Just as we did with the Raspberry Pi 3, we made a little Kodi box out of the Pi Zero and frankly, it’s amazing  [Read More…]

Mid-range LG Zero to launch in Taiwan this week, other markets to follow

LG has announced that its latest mid-range smartphone, the LG Zero, will start arriving this week in Taiwan, with several other markets in Asia, Europe, and Latin America to follow.

Google’s Project Zero teams find 11 exploits in Galaxy S6 edge in 1 week

Google’s Project Zero teams set out to find the security differences between stock Android devices and devices made by various OEMs. Modifying stock Android software just adds more potential for security holes, so they took a Samsung Galaxy S6 edge and decided to see how many exploits they can find.

After a week, they managed to find 11 different exploits in the device. Contacting Samsung resulted in 8 being patched, with 3 less important ones being saved for a later time. While  [Read More…]