Google announced that Chromebooks would finally be getting full-fledged Android app support, but not all Chromebooks are making the cut. Fortunately, Google has released a list of Chromebooks that should be able to take advantage of the new feature, but unfortunately, they’ve left many older Chromebooks off the list. Read more
For a service that isn’t expected to even be profitable for another two years, Verizon bet big on Go90. And while the carrier claims that performance of the Net Neutrality-skirting video streaming app is “satisfactory,” they also know that it got a little bit overhyped and caught a bit of flak for what it is. Read more
Hope you weren’t too excited for the Galaxy Note 6 this year, because it’s not happening. Well, it’s technically not happening because Samsung is skipping the Note 6 in favor of releasing the Galaxy Note 7.
Yeah, it’s weird, but Samsung actually has a pretty good reason for doing so. Read more
Many of us spend a lot of time in a vehicle every week, and in some cases that means we’re spending a lot of time with our phones in those vehicles. The good news is that we’ve got great deals on three accessories to toss in your car that should make your mobile life a little easier. Read more
If you were worried that Samsung was going to forget about its hideous Galaxy S Active line, don’t worry. Not only have we seen a ton of leaks over the past few weeks about it, but now the full specs for the device have leaked before AT&T could make it official. For better or worse, there are no surprises here. Read more
Twitter has announced some new changes coming to its 140 character limit, and it means that you’re probably going to start to see some longer tweets on your timeline. These changes affect things like attachments and mentions, so certain pieces of content in your tweets won’t count towards that low ceiling of 140 characters. Read more
Remember when Polaroid used to make cameras and camera equipment as their bread and butter products? Good times. Things are a little different in 2016, though, and Polaroid manufacturers several other electronic devices, including televisions.Good news for anyone that’s planning on purchasing a Polaroid TV; the manufacturer is building Google Cast into their 4k television sets,
Good news for anyone that’s planning on purchasing a Polaroid TV; the manufacturer is building Google Cast into their 4k television sets, bringing smart streaming right to the screen without any extra devices. Read more
Mobile payments make sense on wearable technology, which is Fitbit has made a move to purchase Coin. Coin already created a credit card that would take advantage of NFC payments, so adding this technology to a fitness tracker is a natural move.
This purchase was recent, so don’t expect to see NFC payments make their way into any 2016 Fitbits. Beyond that, though? There’s a pretty good chance. Read more
Google announced Daydream as a VR platform, and that means they’ve created recommended specifications and hardware for the phones, headsets, and controllers that go along with that. Like with Android, though, Google is planning on making their own headset and controllers to lead the way. Read more
Google kicked off I/O 2016 on Thursday with some new details about VR, and one of the coolest new gadgets they announced was Jump. While Jump is technically several things (different cameras and software for filmmakers) it offers a quick and easy way to make tons of VR content. Read more