Tag Archive: Compatible

Nomad’s new Rugged Cases for Pixel 4 are compatible with Moment lenses

They have an integrated plate for mounting a Moment lens!

What you need to know Nomad has just announced its brand new Rugged cases. They’re available for Google Pixel 4, and Pixel 4 XL. The cases have an integrated plate for mounting a Moment lens directly to your phone’s camera!

Nomad has just announced its brand new Rugged cases for Google Pixel 4, featuring an integrated plate for mounting Moment lenses.

In a release, Nomad said:

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What controllers are compatible with the NVIDIA Shield TV Pro (2019)?

The NVIDIA Shield TV (2019) and Shield TV Pro may have radical new tube designs, but it still holds the crown as the best streaming device running Android TV. It’s also a capable gaming console that can access games from the Google Play Store or from NVIDA’s GeForce NOW game streaming device. For all of that, you’ll need a controller. Luckily, NVIDIA offers solid support for Bluetooth controllers, which means that you’ve got a slew of options to  [Read More…]

Remasters aren’t needed if the PS5 is completely backward compatible

How do you feel about the current state of remastering video games?

The eighth generation of video game consoles, with the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, heralded the age of remasters and re-releases. The gaming community was largely divided on their reception. Most of them were thought of as a quick cash grab — and some certainly were — but some people appreciated being able to play their favorite games at a slightly higher resolution and frame  [Read More…]

The Note 10 isn’t compatible with Samsung’s Gear VR headset

The Galaxy Note 10 is the first Samsung flagship since the S6 to not support the Gear VR headset.

What you need to know The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and 10+ are incompatible with the Gear VR headset. A Samsung spokesperson confirmed this saying, “The Gear VR is not compatible with Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+. We remain committed to innovating in VR and AR to deliver incredible new experiences to our consumers.” Previously, Samsung would  [Read More…]

Best Compatible USB-C Cables for Raspberry Pi 4 in 2019

Electronics can be finicky. And that’s readily evident now that manufacturers are trying to use a standard “one size fits all” cable connector with USB C. The Raspberry Pi 4 isn’t immune, either: if you have one, you’ll want to make sure you have a cable that works when it comes time to power the board. We’ve put a list together, and you can rest assured that any of these will get you up and running without any head-scratching over  [Read More…]

What Android phones are compatible with Visible?

Best answer: At the moment, Visible is only compatible with select Android phones. These include the Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+, Google Pixel 3/3 XL, 3a/3a XL, and Moto G7 Power. You can also use Visible’s own Visible R2 phone.

Incredible camera: Google Pixel 3a ($ 400 at Amazon) Battery for days: Moto G7 Power ($ 250 at Amazon) Visible only works with select Android phones

Visible is one of the most enticing carrier options on the market right  [Read More…]

The Raspberry Pi 4 isn’t compatible with some USB-C cables

A future revision will allow the use of electronically marked USB-C cables, but right now they won’t provide power.

The Raspberry Pi 4 is better than its predecessor in every way. One of those ways is power through a standard USB-C connector to allow for the extra bit of juice the beefier board needs compared to its older brother. There is a slight problem, though — electronically-marked cables, like the one used with MacBooks and other new  [Read More…]

Will every PlayStation 4 game be backward compatible on PlayStation 5?

Best answer: As far as we know if plans pan out accordingly, then yes, all PS4 games should be backward compatible on PS5. But since the console isn’t out yet, this could change before it hits store shelves.

The best of the best: God of War ($ 30 at Amazon) Nearly limitless choices: PlayStation Store Gift Card (From $ 10 at Amazon) What is backward compatibility?

Backward compatibility is a process that allows older legacy content to  [Read More…]

These are the best of the best in smart home devices compatible with Alexa

The best thing about the Amazon Echo family of devices and Amazon Alexa is the seemingly endless integration with many popular and emerging smart home devices. Smart home tech is becoming a more accessible and popular way of upgrading your current household setup. All things considered, here is a smorgasbord of some of the best Alexa-compatible smart home tools that work with your Amazon Echo device:

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Google Fi will rely on Sprint to deliver 5G to compatible phones

Google extends its partnership with Sprint to include 5G.

Google Fi customers can look forward to 5G connectivity by way of Sprint. Google is extending its partnership with the carrier to include 5G, with the MVNO leveraging Sprint’s infrastructure to roll out 5G.

Sprint is building its network on the mid-band 2.5 GHz spectrum and “cutting-edge Massive MIMO” tech, with the carrier touting 10s increased in bandwidth over current-gen LTE networks. The carrier will deploy its 5G  [Read More…]