If you’re interested in getting started with programming, we’ve got a packed bundle full of material that should get you started in multiple different coding languages. There’s over 80 hours worth of courses covering everything from Python and Ruby to web development, and an example social media site to create to get your feet wet. It’s hard to get more comprehensive than that. Read more
The Galaxy S7 is Samsung’s stab at a 2016 flagship, following the very well received Galaxy S6. It’s facing some incredibly stiff competition again this year, with LG’s module-driven G5 and HTC’s polished-to-perfection HTC 10, but Samsung has always held up against most other companies in the market. It’s taking a safe approach with the Galaxy S7 by building off of the successful aspects of the Galaxy S6 instead of a radical redesign like we’re used to seeing.
So how well does the Galaxy S7 hold up?
T-Mobile has agreed to an interconnect and roaming deal with Cuba that will make it easier to call and text people in Cuba, as well as help out those that are planning to travel to Cuba with a T-Mobile phone and service. T-Mobile follows Sprint and Verizon, both of which have deals with Cuba in place already. Read more
HTC has been trying to turn their fortunes around for the past few years, but so far nothing has really worked for them. That trend is continuing, as their Q1 2016 reports are in and things are as bad as ever. Read more
If you’re tired of dealing with multiple remotes for multiple devices, the Blumoo Bluetooth Universal Remote is here to consolidate everything around your smartphone. The remote connects to your home theater and other devices, which can then be controlled via an app that connects with Bluetooth. It’s the futuristic home control system you didn’t know you needed. Read more
If you don’t need the latest and greatest phone, T-Mobile is running a pretty great deal that will net you any of Samsung’s 2015 flagships with a hefty mail-in rebate. Sure, they’re about a year old at this point, but they’re still fantastic phones at pretty decent prices. Read more
Remember that controversy not too long ago about Netflix throttling Verizon and AT&T data streams because of the carrier’s data caps? While that wasn’t a particularly great PR move for Netflix, it’s prompted the company to roll out more controls to its mobile app to allow users to adjust how much data they want to use. Read more
Google is rolling out a new feature to Slides today called Q&A, which has been designed from the ground up to allow speakers and presenters to have an easy way to communicate with viewers. The new feature is simple but powerful and gives viewers a way to ask questions and vote on which questions to be answered. Read more
Google I/O is around the corner, and Google has already announced the schedule for the event. If you’re going to the conference, though, you might need some help keeping track of everything. Fortunately, we’ve got an I/O 2016 app for that. Read more
Sony has announced their latest round of audio equipment, and everything is built to take advantage of a connected home experience. There’s a range of Bluetooth speakers, audio receivers, and Blu-Ray players, and everything is capable of receiving media from Google Cast right out of the box. Read more