This idea needs a second look, Google.
Not every idea is a good idea. And some good ideas aren't nearly as good as they sound once put into use. I'm not sure where the idea of colorizing media notifications in Android O fits into the "good" scale of ideas, but I know one thing. It's an idea that needs to change.
In case you're not up to snuff with what I'm talking about — even when launched Android O will take about a year to get on the majority of phones out there — the new version allows Read more [...]
Pokémon Go is one of the most popular games available on smartphone, proven by the number of articles and comments from you on our website and in general across web. A while ago, we announced that Pokémon Go was going to get the biggest update in its history, and it's now it's here.
The update comes with many changes, mainly for the arena thanks to new systems for motivation, rewards, etc., but the biggest novelty is the raid system. This is a cooperative mode in which players can ally Read more [...]
Sit back, relax and chat about stuff because it's the weekend!Hey hey! Another week is done and we're all closer to _________ (fill in the blank there with retirement, graduation, or whatever). Hopefully, you had a good one.
We did because we get to live through yet another OnePlus launch and the internet fun-times that always go with them. It seems like a great phone. A great phone that may be too expensive, or cheat at benchmarks, or tell fibs about camera specs or whatever. You know, that regular Read more [...]
Lenovo is one of the few major Android manufacturers still invested in tablets, and the company's 'Tab 4' lineup has been highly anticipated by fans. Both 10.1-inch and 8-inch models have shown up for pre-order online, with the former costing $129 and the latter costing $179.
Both tablets have Snapdragon 425 processors, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, and a microSD card slot. They both ship with Android 7.1 out of the box, but considering Lenovo's track record, don't expect fast updates. Read more [...]
What's your plan for when the lights go out? Sure, you could use the flashlight built into your phone, but wasting valuable battery life on a flashlight is risky when you can't charge your phone and need to conserve power. Perhaps you're an avid camper or hiker. When night falls, you don't want to use your fragile smartphone to navigate through the darkness, do you?
In a camping or emergency situation, you don't want to rely on something cheap or unreliable. Don't bother with some dollar store Read more [...]