The difference is that you pay $42 whether you use 3GB or 0GB. With Fi, you pay only for what you use, at the rate of $0.01 per MB. Fi also gives you access to T-Mo *and* Sprint networks, plus it will find open Wi-Fi spots for you (and create a VPN tunnel, so your security isn't compromised). Data using these Wi-Fi spots isn't counted. I've been at restaurants and retail outlets and found that I was using their Wi-Fi (a little key icon is shown when that VPN tunnel is up -- showing you that you're Read more [...]
I don't know about you, but sometimes Google Street View still blows my mind. Living in 2015, we have the ability to take out our phones and experience what it's like to walk the streets of a distant city. From my browser I've had views of Europe, South America, and Southeast Asia that I will likely never have in person.
But at the end of the day, Street View is simply a series of 360 photos. It's perhaps the most well-known application of this type of photography around. Now Digisfera, a nearly Read more [...]
It turns out Huawei and Google (and Sony) make pretty good partners, especially when it comes to the camera.
Google really talked up the camera on the Nexus 6P when unveiling its collaborations with LG and Huawei this year, which filled a lot of people with cautious optimism. Nexus phones haven't ever really been known for their cameras, and every company makes it seem like its camera is awesome at a launch event. While those promises haven't always ended in great cameras, this year has been back Read more [...]
The 2013 Nexus 5 was a much beloved device—it was great at a few things, good at others, and cheap enough that it's shortcomings didn't seem so glaring. It struck such a good balance that many owners passed on the (humongous and expensive) Nexus 6 last year. Now, there's the Nexus 5X, a spiritual successor to the 2013 Nexus. I haven't had the 5X for long enough to give it a proper full review, but I've got some impressions to share in advance of the review.
Look And Feel
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May we interest you in some fine gadgetry?
We're gathering up the best new product releases over the last week, spanning the gamut of connected home, wearables, wireless audio, and whatever else plays nice with your Android phone or tablet. With the new DJI Osmo rig, you can shoot super-steady videos with an electric gimbal stabilizer. Your Android phone acts as a viewfinder to make sure everything stays in frame. August's new Doorbell Cam lets you see who's at your front door, and if you're rocking Read more [...]