Need a new phone before you head back to school? There’s a pretty great back to school promo for the Honor 7X that you might be interested in. And hey, even if you’re not going back to school, you can still buy one, too. We won’t tell.
Microsoft Excel is a very useful program to have some experience with, regardless of what kind of career you’re chasing. Right now we can help you pad out your resume with a lifetime subscription to an excellent Microsoft Excel training bundle, too.
Samsung has announced a new SmartThings WiFi router that utilizes mesh networking technology powered by Plume. This puts Samsung in direct competition with companies like Google and Eero, who also offer some high-performance mesh networks.
However, Samsung has a trick up its sleeve. It’s launching these devices in the SmartThings family, so it comes with a SmartThings hub built right in to take control of your smart home without any extra devices.
The Moto Z family of phones is infamous for the original-but-contentious Moto Mods. At first we only had the flagship Moto Z and Moto Z Force devices, but Lenovo has been pushing the Moto Z Play as an affordable gateway into the ecosystem that still fully supports all of the currently available Moto Mods.
The Android tablet segment may be on life support, but there have been a couple of notable additions this year in the form of Huawei’s MediaPad M5 and Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S4. Not to be outdone, Xiaomi has just unveiled its Mi Pad 4 plus tablet that sports a 10.1-inch FHD IPS display, Snapdragon 660 processor, 4GB RAM, up to 128GB of built-in storage and LTE connectivity as standard.
There is nothing we love more than helping you to spend save your hard-earned cash and today we have these Back-to-School bargains from Acer, Anker, and even OnePlus for you to consider. With items ranging from OnePlus 6 bundles, Chromebooks from Acer, plus chargers, Bluetooth speakers, and even a pressure washer from Anker available at reduced prices, joining us after the break for more details is a no-brainer.
Forget the Pixel 3, we’re going to talk about the original Pixel XL. More specifically, the fact that Google’s Android 9.0 Pie update seems to have screwed up some of those original models, and now they’re not charging as quickly as they should be. Oops.
Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 9 on August 9th at an Unpacked event in New York sporting an extended 4,000mAh battery and an enhanced S Pen complete with Bluetooth connectivity. On the face of it, it’s fair to say that the Galaxy Note 9 helps set the Note series apart from the Galaxy S9 that launched earlier this year and 2017’s Note 8 that was criticised for being far too similar to the Galaxy S8 Plus. With its all-glass design, you’ll be wanting to slap a case on Samsung’s newest flagship to help keep it in tip-top condition, so join us after the break to check out the best cases for the Galaxy Note 9 that we could find.
Now that Android Pie has been officially announced and is rolling out, we can start pestering manufacturers about when their devices will get the upgrade. HTC has dropped some info already, confirming the Android 9.0 update and which devices will get it.
Bad news, literally everyone on the planet: the blue light coming from your smartphone is likely to accelerate blindness, according to a new study. Prolonged exposure to light from digital screens causes your eyes to generate poisonous molecules that do eventually cause macular degeneration, which damages your vision. Uh oh.
Over the past couple months I have had the opportunity to spend some time with new AXUM Gear earbuds while getting in my regular training runs. If other runners are like me, they have a box full of earbuds that have either failed or just did not work out for some reason. Over the last couple years, the technology for earbuds has moved firmly into to the wireless realm, no doubt helped along by phone manufacturers abandoning 3.5mm audio jacks. Even wireless earbuds have moved to not having a wire between the two earbuds. AXUM specifically targets users who want small, unobtrusive earbuds for working out. Did they figure out a winner?
In-display fingerprint scanners are peak 2018, and the world is waiting for Samsung to actually, finally put one in a phone. I know, you’ve heard that a million times by now, but there’s a brand new patent from Samsung that looks like it could be another implementation of a biometric scanner underneath the screen with multiple implementations.