Tag Archive: Should


Shadow of Death 2 is what a mobile 2D hack-and-slash should be

Sometimes, you stumble across greatness while digging through the Play Store. This happened to me late last week when I was trying to come up with an idea for this article. I found Shadow of Death 2, an Early Access title and sequel to Shadow of Death (obviously). It’s a side-scrolling 2D hack-and-slash with a shadowy aesthetic and RPG elements. Intriguing!

All of that sounds cool, but this game was obviously designed with a mobile gamer’s short attention  [Read More…]

Should you buy the Amazfit T-Rex or the Casio Pro Trek?

Cost-friendly powerhouse Amazfit T-Rex

$ 140 at Amazfit

Pros Onboard GPS Durable, rugged design 20-day battery life Over a dozen sport modes Affordable fitness watch Cons Too bulky for some Lacks app support Bands aren’t interchangeable

Amazfit might be a lesser-known name in the wearable world, but its product line continues expanding with new watches, including the T-Rex. You’ll have onboard GPS, health/activity tracking, heart-rate monitoring, sleep tracking, and nearly three weeks of battery life. You’ll  [Read More…]

Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 Lite review: You should just buy an iPad

An excellent value that comes with a big catch.

When’s the last time you thought about buying an Android tablet? If you’re like me, it’s probably been a hot minute. The market for Android tablets used to be ripe with competition, with plentiful choice available whether you wanted something cheap, ultra-powerful, or just plain weird (I’m looking at you, Sony Tablet P).

In 2020, Android tablets just aren’t what they used to be. The market is mostly  [Read More…]

More people should be looking to ditch their unlimited data plan

Unlimited plans are simple, but now’s a great time to evaluate whether you actually need one.

The advent of unlimited data plans in the U.S., taking off starting in 2017, has simplified billing and relieved stress for a ton of people. Per-gigabyte data plans started to seem antiquated — and potentially expensive — as we headed toward a future of video calls, multiplayer gaming, sharing huge photo and video files, and all-streaming media consumption. But now that  [Read More…]

We should be learning about the PS5 and its launch games very soon

With E3 out of the picture, Sony looks to do its own thing.

There’s been a rumored PlayStation 5 reveal event set to take place every month this year, and while nothing has materialized yet, that is set to change. According to VentureBeat’s Jeff Grubb, PlayStation allegedly plans to hold an event in early June. His sources indicated that the event was originally planned for June 4, but that appears to have changed by a matter of  [Read More…]

Xiaomi Mi 10 vs. Mi 10 Pro: What’s the difference and which should you buy?

Xiaomi Mi 10

Everything you need

₹49,999 at Xiaomi India

Pros Incredible 108MP camera Vibrant 90Hz display Snapdragon 865 chipset with 5G Fantastic battery life 30W wired and wireless charging Cons No IP rating Macro camera isn’t usable No zoom lens MIUI has issues

The Mi 10 has the latest hardware you’ll find on a phone today, and a 108MP camera at the back that takes incredible photos in any lighting condition. The 90Hz display is  [Read More…]

Every messaging app should steal Slack’s sweet new UI

This is an ingenious way to address issues with gestures overlapping.

It’s no secret that people have frustrations with Android 10‘s gesture navigation, particularly the back gesture — and phones with curved screen edges have only exacerbated the problem. Apps that rely on slide-in drawers can be really tough to use, and when that’s a core part of the interface it can slow you down dramatically.

But this week, I received a much-needed ray of hope for  [Read More…]

Should you install the Kaspersky Chrome extension?

Best answer: Yes, as long as you have a Kaspersky security solution, you should be using the extension. It provides additional information to keep you safe while browsing the web.

Get the whole security package: Kaspersky Total Security 2020 (From $ 50/year at Kaspersky) Get the extension for free: Kaspersky Security Cloud – Free (Free at Kaspersky) Included with Kaspersky

Many people have become adept at identifying threats online, whether it’s a sketchy website or a suspicious  [Read More…]

What PlayStation Now should learn from Xbox Game Pass

Xbox Game Pass is racking up subscribers.

Recently, Sony held a Corporate Strategy Meeting and teased the PlayStation 5 lineup. During the conference, Sony head Kenichiro Yoshida revealed that PlayStation Now (PS Now) passed 2.2 million subscribers. While this is quite the feat for a cloud game streaming service, the figure is around five times less than the current 10 million Xbox Game Pass subscribers.

PS Now and Xbox Game Pass cater to two different crowds,  [Read More…]

Should you upgrade your OG Ring Video Doorbell to the new 2nd gen?

Same price, better product Ring Video Doorbell (2nd Gen)

$ 99 at Best Buy

Pros Near Zone helps decrease motion capture false positives 1080p video Better night vision Higher quality two-way audio Easier to install Cons Need to completely remove from wall to charge battery No support for 5GHz networks Poor Google Assistant integration Narrower camera field of view

Ring did something truly amazing. It upgraded its excellent Ring Video Doorbell without upcharging on the price.  [Read More…]