Monthly Archive: August 2036

There are limited edition Android Oreos, but not for most people 0

There are limited edition Android Oreos, but not for most people

Google and Nabisco have made limited edition Android Oreos. You know what tastes better than new software? New software and cookies. To that end, Google and Nabisco have teamed up to make some Oreo...

Best Cases for Moto E4 0

Best Cases for Moto E4

The Moto E4 may be cheap, but it still needs to be protected. Here are the best cases you can buy right now. The Moto E4 is pretty new and, cheap as it might...

Verizon to start limiting video resolution on all plans 0

Verizon to start limiting video resolution on all plans

At the beginning of August, OpenSignal released results of their latest analysis of how the major carrier networks were performing. One of the key takeaways from that was the fact that Verizon and AT&T’s...

Verizon muddles its unlimited plan, will begin throttling all video 0

Verizon muddles its unlimited plan, will begin throttling all video

Video throttling is back for all Verizon subscribers, and it seems here to stay. Back in February, Verizon rolled out a decent new unlimited plan, saying that mobile videos would be presented at the...

Google Home finally gets Bluetooth audio, Deezer and Spotify Free support coming soon 0

Google Home finally gets Bluetooth audio, Deezer and Spotify Free support coming soon

The Google Home is much more than simply being a Google Assistant device, its built-in speakers are great for listening to music from. After confirming that Android 8.0 would indeed be known as Oreo...

Micromax joins the 18:9 display club with the $155 Canvas Infinity 0

Micromax joins the 18:9 display club with the $155 Canvas Infinity

Micromax looks to differentiate itself in the budget segment with an 18:9 display. Micromax was India’s second-largest handset manufacturer until the end of 2015, but the company just wasn’t able to cope with the...

Google says its partners will have Android 8.0-flavored hardware by the end of 2017 0

Google says its partners will have Android 8.0-flavored hardware by the end of 2017

You want Android 8.0 Oreo pretty bad, so Google is pushing its partners to get the latest version of its platform onto new and existing devices. It’s typical for Google’s in-house devices to get...

AT&T’s new Primetime tablet is a perfect match for DIRECTV 0

AT&T’s new Primetime tablet is a perfect match for DIRECTV

AT&T has announced a new tablet that plugs into its DIRECTV service. Cellular-connected tablets have been around since the first iPad, letting users connect to the Internet even when they’re not around Wi-Fi. This...

Samsung Gear Fit 2 Pro may be on the horizon 0

Samsung Gear Fit 2 Pro may be on the horizon

A new Samsung wearable has leaked online, which may or may not be an accurate indicator that we’re getting an upgraded Gear Fit 2. The image shows a device called the Gear Fit 2...

Google to revamp Chromebook Pixel lineup with new convertible this year 0

Google to revamp Chromebook Pixel lineup with new convertible this year

Google will likely announce the next Chromebook Pixel at the same time as this year’s Pixel phones. While there are plenty of great Chromebooks out there from third-party partners, Google looks to be gearing...