Monthly Archive: August 2036

BlackBerry continues metamorphosis with BlackBerry Secure licensing 0

BlackBerry continues metamorphosis with BlackBerry Secure licensing

BlackBerry, out of necessity after a long, deep fall from their perch above the smartphone market, is working on a yet another move to help the company transition to their new reality. BlackBerry already...

G Suite managers can now control Android Wear devices 0

G Suite managers can now control Android Wear devices

G Suite Managers can now administer Android Wear devices for devices using Android Wear 2.0 and later. As strange as it may sound, a wearable device is a great match in many industries. Being...

[TA Deals] Pay what you want for this bundle that teaches you all things coding 0

[TA Deals] Pay what you want for this bundle that teaches you all things coding

You want to learn coding — Python, Ruby, Angular, Java, and more. Don’t go scouring the web for lengthy, confusing tutorials. There’s something you can get on Talk Android Deals that takes you from...

Nominate a student or teacher to win a Chromebook Plus and OnePlus Messenger Bag! 0

Nominate a student or teacher to win a Chromebook Plus and OnePlus Messenger Bag!

Students and teachers are heading back to school, and beyond the normal textbooks, pencils, and backpacks, going back to school also requires some tech to help keep organized and on track. If you haven’t...

Codenames leak for the Huawei Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro 0

Codenames leak for the Huawei Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro

Earlier this month a pair of Huawei Mate devices leaked, and both devices are expected to be announced sometime in October. Today we’re getting a bit of new info on the phones, and some...

A beginner’s guide to Virtual Reality 0

A beginner’s guide to Virtual Reality

With so many virtual reality devices available it can be difficult to even know where to start. Our beginner’s guide breaks down some of the big questions you need to ask before getting your...

Galaxy Note 8 screen earns DisplayMate’s first-ever A+ grade 0

Galaxy Note 8 screen earns DisplayMate’s first-ever A+ grade

We knew the display on the Note 8 was going to be good but had no idea it would be this good. There is a lot to like about the Galaxy Note 8, but...

Fitbit Ionic launches as company’s entry in smartwatch space 0

Fitbit Ionic launches as company’s entry in smartwatch space

Fitbit is well-known in the activity tracker market and is one of the bigger names in that space. Despite their marketing success, the company has struggled financially. To try to combat that and overcome...

Samsung Pay in India: Everything you need to know 0

Samsung Pay in India: Everything you need to know

Samsung Pay offers an incredibly convenient way to pay for your purchases. Samsung Pay is now live in India, and the digital payments service works at millions of retail stores across the country. With...

Xiaomi is all set to launch the Mi 5X in India on Sep. 5 0

Xiaomi is all set to launch the Mi 5X in India on Sep. 5

Xiaomi’s next budget phone will have dual cameras. Xiaomi is getting ready to launch the Mi 5X in India on Septermber 5. The phone is aimed at the budget segment, but offers the same...