Tag Archive: Class

How to watch Graduate Together: live stream the Class of 2020 special event

Seniors may have missed out on the last several weeks of classes and a traditional graduation ceremony, but the upcoming virtual commencement special Graduate Together: America Honors the High School Class Of 2020 is here instead to recognize this year’s graduates and share some positive words in celebration of their achievements by a number of special guests.

Though students won’t be walking down the aisle during the special, they will be treated to a collection of musical performances, inspirational vignettes,  [Read More…]

Here’s every class in Diablo IV we know will be available at launch

Best answer: Right now, Blizzard has confirmed that the Barbarian, Druid, and Sorceress classes will be available at launch. There will be a total of five classes at launch but the remaining two haven’t been revealed yet.

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Diablo IV is  [Read More…]

Keep up with class with the best Android tablets for students

Android tablets come in all different shapes and sizes and picking the best one can be tough for a student. But it’s easier to pick the perfect tablet when you have one as powerful as the Galaxy Tab S6. With S Pen support and 8GB of RAM, this will handle anything and everything you come across.

Best Overall: Samsung Galaxy Tab S6

If you need a tablet capable of handling almost any task, then you don’t  [Read More…]

U.S. carriers face class action lawsuit for selling your location data

The lawsuit covers over 150 million affected individuals.

Last Thursday, lawyers from Z LAW filed lawsuits against AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon for selling the location data of its customers.

The lawsuit comes after investigations from the past year made by Motherboard and the New York Times that showed third parties were able to purchase real-time location data of customers from the big four U.S. carriers.

The lawsuit focuses on all four carriers for making your location  [Read More…]

Pay what you want for the Java Master Class Bundle!

Java is one of the most popular coding languages and is a great place to start if you’re interested in learning to code — but learning how to code means enrolling in a boot camp or a course at your local college right? Hell no!

Pay what you want for the Ultimate Android Development Bundle! Learn more

Right now, Android Central Digital Offers is letting you pay what you want for The Java Master Class Bundle. That means  [Read More…]

With 500 service centers across India, Xiaomi claims it has ‘best in class’ service delivery

Xiaomi is solving its after-sales service woes by launching a network of service centers across India.

After thousands of complaints from customers regarding poor after-sales service in India all through 2016, Xiaomi vowed to create a better experience this year. To that effect, the company has now announced that it has 500 service centers in the country. To celebrate the launch of the 500th service center — located in Bengaluru — Xiaomi is offering ₹500 in credit for all  [Read More…]

Moto E4 and E4 Plus hope to bring a touch of class to the entry level

Motorola is on a hardware tear, revealing two new entry-level devices in the Moto E lineup.

Motorola has unveiled yet another set of phones this week, after the entry-level Moto C series in May and the near-flagship Moto Z2 Play in early June.

Moto E4 Plus in Iron Gray

These ones, the Moto E4 and E4 Plus, fit somewhere in the middle of the company’s lineup, and reinforce a design language that debuted with the new  [Read More…]

Google announces the fourth class of its Launchpad Accelerator program

Startups from a variety of regions will convene later this summer at Google’s headquarters in San Francisco.

Google’s Launchpad Accelerator program is a boon for those smaller startups and development teams in parts of the world where Silicon Valley doesn’t have as much reach. The company has announced that it’s officially solidified its fourth-round roster to learn and work alongside a bevy of Google mentors in its San Francisco offices later this summer. Beginning July 17, Google will assist the  [Read More…]

Moto G5 Plus vs. Moto G4 Plus: A class apart

Motorola’s latest budget phone has a lot to offer.

The Moto G4 Plus represented a significant change for Motorola, with the company offering a phone with a large 5.5-inch display and a camera that was considerably better when seen against its predecessors. The same holds true for the G5 Plus, which offers a metal chassis, great internal hardware, and a camera that’s one of the best in this segment.

Let’s see how it matches up to one  [Read More…]

Samsung Gear VR 2016 review: a master class in refinement

Seven small but important changes come together to shape the next wave of smartphone-based VR headsets.

With all the excitement surrounding the more powerful and more interactive desktop-class VR headsets, it’s easy to forget that most VR users today are mobile VR users. It’s not hard to guess why, either. The barrier to entry is often an order of magnitude less if you already own a compatible smartphone, and with mobile VR there’s an inherent portability  [Read More…]