Tag Archive: Support


Latest Google Pixel 4a leak hints at wireless charging support

The Pixel 4a could be Google’s first affordable phone to offer wireless charging.

What you need to know Pixel 4a renders published by case maker ESR suggest the phone will arrive with wireless charging support. The renders also reveal a square camera module and a fingerprint sensor on the back of the phone. Google is expected to unveil the Pixel 4a on July 13.

Google’s upcoming Pixel 4a is expected to be the first major rival to  [Read More…]

Does Google Fi support 5G?

Best answer: Yes, if you have an unlocked phone that is compatible with T-Mobile’s 5G network, you can access 5G with Google Fi where there is coverage.

One of the best networks with 5G: Google Fi (From $ 20 per month at Google Fi) 5G out of the box: Samsung Galaxy S20 5G (From $ 800 at Samsung) Flexible data and coverage

T-Mobile’s nationwide 5G network on its low-band 600MHz spectrum has helped it shoot to the  [Read More…]

How to contact ExpressVPN customer support

With over 3,000 servers spread across 160 locations in 94 different countries, ExpressVPN offers one of the largest networks of any virtual private network (VPN) provider out there and this is one of the many reasons it is our top pick for the best VPN. It also has apps for all major platforms including Windows, Mac, Android, iOS and Linux as well as detailed manual setup guides for Apple TV, Fire TV, Playstation, Chromebooks and more.

However, one of ExpressVPN’s  [Read More…]

Google Stadia gets 1440p streaming support

1440p screen owners, your time has come.

What you need to know Google Stadia has, until now, only supported 1080p and 4K screens. 1440p screen users were required to stream in 1080p. With a new update, Stadia now supports 1440p streaming. 1440p streaming has the same requirements as streaming in 4K.

Previously, Stadia games could only be streamed in 1080 or in 4K, with no proper support for other resolutions like 1440p. That’s just changed, as the  [Read More…]

Xiaomi Mi Band 5 tipped to feature an SpO2 sensor, Alexa support

It is also rumored to feature a larger 1.2-inch display.

What you need to know The Mi Band 5 could be Xiaomi’s first fitness tracker to include an SpO2 (blood oxygen saturation) sensor. It is also tipped to support menstrual cycle tracking and come with Amazon Alexa built-in. The wearable is likely to be launched in China in late June or early July.

Xiaomi’s Mi Band 4, which was launched in June last year, is still among  [Read More…]

Google Maps improvements support essential workers, wheelchair users

These Google Maps updates offer additional support to people who need it now more than ever.

What you need to know Google has rolled out two new community-minded changes to Maps. The first highlights businesses which make accommodations for wheelchair accessibility. The second will make it easier for frontline workers to find hotels and lodging which offer special deals.

Google is rolling out two updates to Google Maps that reward more thoughtful business owners. The first is  [Read More…]

Does Mint Mobile support 5G?

Best answer: No, Mint Mobile doesn’t offer 5G support in its plans. Some users, however, are reporting 5G connectivity with T-Mobile 5G compatible phones and Mint Mobile is selling 5G capable phones on its site.

LTE service on T-Mobile’s network: Mint Mobile (From $ 15 per month at Mint Mobile) T-Mobile 5G service: Google Fi (From $ 20 per month at Google Fi) 5G capable and available unlocked: Samsung Galaxy S20 ($ 1000 at Best Buy) Thank  [Read More…]

Epic Games’ Unreal Engine adds support for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X

Unreal Engine 4.25 lets developers build games for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X.

What you need to know Epic Games has introduced Unreal Engine 4.25, delivering “initial support” for the upcoming PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. The update includes production-ready ray tracing features, new VFX models, enhanced profiling, and much more. Epic has stated that it will roll out updates over the course of the year to better support devs working on games for  [Read More…]

Google Stadia gets wireless Stadia Controller support on web

This is a nice surprise.

What you need to know Google Stadia is a cloud game streaming service. It’s getting a lot of interesting games in the coming months. Now you can use a Stadia Controller with Google Chrome. You can purchase a Stadia bundle for $ 130 through the Google Store.

Google Stadia is a cloud game streaming service that launched in November 2019 to a lot of excitement. Unfortunately, the lack of games and technical  [Read More…]

Here are some easy ways to simplify those inevitable tech support calls

Did you try turning it off then turning it back on again?

I suspect that if you’re reading this article and you’re an Android Central regular that you’re pretty tech-savvy. You’ve probably also been called on more times than you can count to help solve some sort of (real or imagined) tech crisis for friends and family. For many like us, this deluge of calls and texts is usually centered around the holidays, but now that we’re  [Read More…]