Tag Archive: Slightly

The Galaxy Z Flip is ‘slightly’ easier to repair than the Motorola RAZR

The RAZR had received a repairability score of just 1 out of 10 from iFixit last week.

What you need to know iFixit has posted a teardown video of Samsung’s foldable Galaxy Z Flip. The teardown has revealed that the phone’s “fiber shield” doesn’t do a great job of keeping dust from getting inside. iFixit also found that the phone offers some level of water resistance and is slightly easier to repair than Motorola’s RAZR.

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Amazon is slightly raising its fees for third-party sellers in the U.S.

Fulfillment fees for third-part sellers will go up by 3% next year.

What you need to know Amazon is informing merchants on its platform of an impending fee hike of 3%. The company says its increased spending on improving delivery times is part of the reason behind the increase. However, it says it’s committed to the Fulfilled by Amazon program, and the investments should help sellers grow sales overall.

While Amazon makes or stocks a lot of  [Read More…]

Vobot is like an Amazon Echo Dot, only slightly more fun (but definitely more flawed)

Vobot looks cooler and is a little more fun than an Amazon Echo Dot. But it’s lacking the one feature that makes Alexa Alexa.

We’ve already established that the Amazon Echo Dot is the first device you should get if you’re looking to start out with Alexa. But there’s one problem: It looks like an oversized hockey puck. Not exactly what I’d call fun.

Enter Vobot. It’s a sort of dot-matrix-looking alarm clock that bats its eyes  [Read More…]

Adobe Lightroom mobile goes ‘Android native’ with slightly refreshed interface

Just because an update looks small doesn’t mean it isn’t important.

Adobe has updated its Lightroom Mobile app for Android with an all-new “Android native” interface, though the changes aren’t as big as you’d think with such a proclamation. The main change to the experience is better labeling of buttons and simpler sliders that make sense on a (relatively) small screen that’s used exclusively with touch.

Lightroom Mobile continues to  [Read More…]

TripIt update adds Android Wear support, slightly refreshed app design

Longtime front runner in the travel app space TripIt is releasing a fresh update to its Android app today that includes Android Wear support. With the latest update, TripIt users will get all of the time-sensitive travel info they need right on their Android Wear watch, from pre-departure flight updates to gate information and onward travel arrangements when you arrive at your destination.

TripIt is also leveraging the always-ready  [Read More…]

Latest LG G3 leak shows off slightly refined UI in landscape mode

We’ve seen the outside of the LG G3 pictured in multiple colors and angles, but until now not a whole lot has been known about the software side of things. This leak comes from @evleaks, and shows the LG G3’s home screen in landscape mode with similar styling to what current LG device owners already know. Although the screenshot seems to be chopped off a bit on the top and bottom, we can see a transparent  [Read More…]

U.K. carrier EE raising prices slightly on May 28

The U.K’s EE network is set to increase prices by 2.7% — yes, two-point-seven-percent — on May 28, 2014. EE’s new terms and conditions allow them to raise prices by the RPI (retail price index — i.e. the rate of inflation) once a year with 30 days notice.


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Duck Duck Moose brings a slightly trippy ‘Itsy Bitsy Spider’ to Android

Itsy Bitsy Spider

The developer of one of our favorite Android kids apps is backing, bringing its version of the “Itsy Bitsy Spider” to Android smartphones and tablets. Like its previous title, Wheels on the Bus, your kid taps its way through the app, with plenty of creatures and characters to interact with while learning the song.

In this case, the Itsy Bitsy Spider’s working his way up the drain, in the rain, back  [Read More…]