Monthly Archive: June 2017

Qualcomm amps up charging technology with new Quick Charge 4+ capabilities 0

Qualcomm amps up charging technology with new Quick Charge 4+ capabilities

Earlier this year in conjunction with the release of the Snapdragon 835 processor, Qualcomm also announced they were going to introduce a new Quick Charge 4 scheme for when devices do need to be...

Facebook wants teens to use its apps, but not without parental guidance 0

Facebook wants teens to use its apps, but not without parental guidance

A new messaging app from the social network is aimed at teens and will focus primarily on offering robust parental controls. There is code inside the main Facebook app that refers to a yet-to-be-released...

Hello Moto(Mods): Lenovo’s new accessories are beautiful 0

Hello Moto(Mods): Lenovo’s new accessories are beautiful

We weren’t that into Lenovo’s Moto Mods in 2016. The new batch, however, launching alongside the Moto Z2 Play are both useful and attractive. It’s a good mix, especially since partners haven’t rallied around...

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Getting the most out of the PS4 share function

Share all your epic gaming highlights with the PS4’s Share function! Video game consoles can let you explore an irradiated planet, or try to survive the night while a pack of murderous Wendigos hunts...

More delays reported for U.S. launch of Samsung Bixby voice commands 0

More delays reported for U.S. launch of Samsung Bixby voice commands

Samsung is enjoying a great deal of success with the launch and early sales of their latest flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8+. There have been a few minor glitches though...

Invite your friends into your Gear VR world thanks to new Chromecast support 0

Invite your friends into your Gear VR world thanks to new Chromecast support

One of the challenges virtual reality device owners are faced with is the struggle to share what they are seeing with friends given the single viewer nature of VR devices. Instead, friends end up...

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ASUS ZenPad 3s 8.0 hands-on

ASUS hasn’t given up on Android tablets — its latest ZenPad looks like a decent metal-clad slate, though you’ll need have to contend with the company’s typically odd software UI. Once upon a time...

DirecTV Now adds support for most Roku devices 0

DirecTV Now adds support for most Roku devices

Although Roku seems to consistently fly under the radar in the video casting market while Google’s Chromecast and Amazon Fire TV devices seem to generate the most industry buzz, Roku is a leader in...