Tag Archive: Late


US carriers are waiving late fees for 60-days. Here’s what you need to know

During the coronavirus outbreak across the US, it’s clear that not everyone will be able to pay their bills on time and this includes their phone service. Luckily, Chairman Pai of the FCC has asked carriers and internet providers across the nation to pledge to keep people connected, even if they are unable to pay their bills.

If you are thinking this means free phone and internet service, it does not. These are programs to help people that  [Read More…]

How Google Maps can help you never be late to work ever again

Before you leave for work, read this.

As far as turn-by-turn navigation apps go, Google Maps is one of the best out there. It has highly-accurate location data, is easy to use, and comes pre-installed on all Android phones. Google’s been fine-tuning the Maps formula for years, and where it’s at now is better than it’s ever been before.

For example, did you know Google Maps is an excellent tool for planning your commute to work? From  [Read More…]

Disney+ is late to the party but more than ready to take on Netflix

Disney+

Coming for the crown

$ 70/year at Disney+

Pros Exclusive streaming of most Disney content Affordable pricing and bundles More family-friendly account structuring Cons Less adult content (for now) Available on fewer platforms

Disney+ is taking hold of its own streaming destiny and offering an unparalleled selection of content from Disney, Marvel, Lucasfilm, and beyond. It’s still working through its learning curve, but even at launch it’s quite the tantalizing temptation.

Netflix

The original  [Read More…]

What texting app are you using in late 2018?

Checking in with the Android Central forums.

WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, and other similar apps are great tools for communicating with friends/family as an alternative to traditional texting. However, whether it be because you don’t want to force all the people you know to download a new app or something else, good-old SMS is still hard to beat.

The Play Store has long been filled with a large assortment of various texting apps that try to deliver a  [Read More…]

What weather app are you using in late 2018?

So many weather apps, such little time.

There are a few essential applications that most people use every day, one of those being a reliable weather app.

A quick search on the Play Store will show tons of results for apps that can tell you the current temperature, upcoming forecasts, and a ton more, and with all of these apps serving the same general purpose, finding the one that’s just right for you can sometimes be a  [Read More…]

Disney+ subscription service launches in late 2019

After years of rumors and pixie-dust-fueled pipe dreams, Disney is finally ready to make its move in media subscriptions.

If you’re a Disney fan, you know that trying to find its movies and TV shows online has been something of a quagmire. Some are on Netflix, some are on Hulu, some are on STARZ, some are only accessible with a cable subscription, and some are only available if you outright purchase them. It’s a hot mess, and Disney knows  [Read More…]

Travis Touch is a “universal translator” – but is it too late?

Of all the cool gadgets in Star Trek, one of the least-appreciated is the universal translator, which lets the crew of the Enterprise – or Voyager, or Discovery – talk to pretty much anyone through their communicators. So when I heard there was a real-world version called the Travis Touch, I jumped on it faster than you can say “open hailing frequencies.”

Travis Touch is a small Android-powered handheld that packs enough built-in intelligence to translate 105  [Read More…]

AT&T will release true 5G service by late 2018

Some AT&T customers will get to use actual 5G before the end of the year.

There were a lot of developments in wireless 5G service throughout 2017, and now that we’re at the beginning of the new year, AT&T has announced that it plans on releasing a true 5G network to 12 different markets by late 2018.

The last major development in 5G last year was the finalization of its standards by the 3GPP. With these standards  [Read More…]

Amazon discounting six Prime Exclusive Phones until late December

Get up to $ 50 off the Moto X4, LG G6+, and others.

If you’re an Amazon Prime subscriber and shopping around for an unlocked Android handset, it’s hard to do much better than Amazon’s Prime Exclusive Phones. The lineup of devices offered as part of this program has become rather attractive throughout 2017, and Amazon’s now announced heavy discounts on some of the top phones offered through it.

Starting today, December 10 and going until December  [Read More…]

Michael Kors Grayson smartwatch review: Fashionably late to excellence

Michael Kors is back for round (Android Wear) 2.0.

For a time, it seemed like every phone manufacturer was hot on Android Wear, but those days are long behind us. While we still have big names like LG and Huawei building watches for the masses, it’s the fashion brands like Fossil, Tag Heuer, Movado — even Louis Vuitton — that have picked up the mantle. Oh, and Michael Kors, which is far more associated with high-end bags,  [Read More…]