Tag Archive: Line

Roborock is the best line of robot vacuums out there

Save yourself the hassle and get a robot vacuum that actually does an amazing job of keeping your house clean whether it’s sucking up dust, debris, or pet hair.

Let’s get real here folks. I’ve been hearing people talk about Roomba robot vacuums since I was a little kid. Like how Kleenex is synonymous with tissue paper, Roomba has equally become the household name for any robot vacuum. But should it be? I’m not against Roomba, they  [Read More…]

One Line Weekly is a big and elaborate 3D line puzzle that’s updated weekly

One Line Weekly is an indie game that quickly earned a spot on my list of the best puzzle games for Android. It’s a very elaborate puzzle game built around a simple concept that’s wholly explained in the title. All you need to do is rotate the pieces around until you create a single line, but you only have a week to work on it before the puzzle resets — and it’ll probably take you the full week  [Read More…]

Logitech’s MX line just way better with a new mouse and keyboard

What you need to know Logitech announced the MX Master 3 and MX Keys keyboard. The MX Master 3 is a redesigned mouse that adds a new MagSpeed scroll wheel for more precise scrolling. The MX Keys is the spiritual successor to the Craft keyboard with handy backlit keys.

The MX Master 3 gets redesigned and MX Keys brings its spacious keys to a wider audience.

Today Logitech announced the MX Master 3 and MX Keys, two  [Read More…]

The Pixel 3a isn’t the rebirth of the Nexus line, but it’s close enough

‘Nexus’ is never coming back, but some of the line’s best features are alive and well in the Pixel 3a.

It’s been two and a half years since we broke the story that the Nexus brand was going away to be replaced with an entirely new brand and vision — what ended up becoming the Pixel. With it came an equally dramatic pricing change: Nexuses had slowly increased in price over the last few generations, but the  [Read More…]

Where’s the line? [#acpodcast]

Daniel Bader is joined by Ara Wagoner and Carli Velocci for a streaming service focused episode. In particular, they take a close look at Disney+ and the disruption it may bring to the entertainment industry. They also discuss the distinction between active and ambient viewing habits and how different platforms seem tailored to one or the other. Finally, they offer quick takes on the Star Wars Episode IX teaser trailer.

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Skip the line for the latest Android security patch on your Pixel

Now that we’re well into the cycle of regular Android 9 Pie updates, Pixel owners are clamoring to get the latest updates to Android 9 as soon as possible. But Google doesn’t always push these over-the-air updates as soon as people would like, which is where this guide comes in. Using the tips below, you can sideload factory images or OTA updates to your Pixel device as soon as they are available.

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Sony updates Sony Xperia XZ Premium and Xperia ZX1 line to Pie

Just in time for the holidays, Sony is service XZ series users a helping of pie!

Android Pie has been out for two months now, and Sony is finally serving up a slice of Pie to owners of the Sony Xperia XZ Premium and the Xperia XZ1 and XZ1 Compact. The update was originally announced for October 26; some late-stage bug-busting pushed the update back, but the update is rolling out now to the Xperia XZ Premium, XZ1 and  [Read More…]

Marshall’s upgraded line of Bluetooth speakers is sure to impress

These Bluetooth speakers will rock your world.

Marshall has been well-known for decades due to its stellar audio equipment, and the various speakers it has available today are no exception to the quality products we’ve come to expect from the brand. Earlier today, the company unveiled three new additions to its line-up of Bluetooth speakers which are sure to make music lovers turn their heads and start pulling out their wallets: the Acton II Bluetooth, Stanmore II  [Read More…]

With the Galaxy Note 9, the Note line has a new purpose

Samsung’s repositioning of the Galaxy Note as power-user phone bodes well for the series’ continued prosperity.

We’ve often asked what makes a Galaxy Note phone special. Sure, the Note is able to boast its place in smartphone history as the first mainstream “phablet” device, having first launched way back in 2011. But why buy a Note today when there are so many other great, big phones on the market — many of which sell for a fraction  [Read More…]

Philips is upgrading the Hue line in all the best ways

There’s a whole lot of great news coming for Hue owners today.

Philips has announced updates across the entire Hue line of smart bulbs, making it easier to fill either a single room or a whole house with lots of new options. It’s the biggest update to the Hue lineup since the switch to the new square sync box, complete with pricing options that are slightly easier for new users to swallow.

Everything starts with  [Read More…]