Besides launching the Pixel handsets, the Chromecast Ultra, and Google Home back in October, Google also announced its solution to network coverage in the home, simply called Google WiFi. Ahead of it becoming available to purchase, Google has quietly published a video on how to set up the Google WiFi router. Join us after the break to check it out.
Samsung first announced its Gear S3 Classic and Frontier smartwatches back at IFA 2016 back in August, and it’s taken a while for the pair of wearables to become available to purchase. It seems that there isn’t too much longer to wait, though, with Samsung today launching both variants in its home market, South Korea. It’s expected that the Gear S3 will begin its global rollout from November 18th. In the meantime, join us after the break to check out these ‘how-to’ videos that Samsung has published to show off the features of its latest wearables.
You’ve preordered Google Home and received notification that it has shipped, that’s great, but what about if you want it to blend in with your homes’ decoration scheme? Well, you could always buy an extra base in a different color so it doesn’t clash instead of redecorating the entire house. Join us after the break for more details.
Huawei has a solid reputation with its premium line of Android Wear smartwatches and today the company is announcing their brand new wearable: Huawei Fit. This fitness and activity tracker will bring in automatic multi-sport tracking, continuous heart rate and sleep monitoring, and a very impressive battery life.
Phone sales are slowing down as the market gets more saturated, so naturally companies branch out into other markets to keep their profits and revenue up. Samsung has the Gear line of connected wearables, Apple sells the iPad and Apple Watch, Google is launching Google Home, and OnePlus is going to sell, uh, messenger bags and t-shirts. Makes sense.
The LG V20 is being sold around the world now. People are choosing this phone for its aluminum and silicone polycarbonate body, massive 5.7-inch display with a secondary ticker display, and dual-camera setup. LG packed just about everything into the V20 so that everyone with different tastes would find it approachable.
We’re giving away 10 cases for LG’s V20, and it couldn’t be any easier to win one for yourself.
Wireless charging pads can be a bit pricey, especially if you choose one of Samsung’s in-house options. It’s usually around $70 for a wireless charging pad from Samsung and other top brands; however, there’s a way for you to still get a quality product at a low price without giving up all of the great benefits you expect.
On Talk Android Deals, the Samsung fast wireless charging pad is our featured deal of the day.
Own a Moto Z? It’s one of the year’s most popular phones, and it’s the first real showing of Lenovo is capable of with a mainstream device. People love this phone because of the premium build and high-end specifications. With everything you can ask for in terms of performance housed inside of a metal and glass body, the Moto Z is immediately among the best of the best in the world.
We’re hosting a giveaway featuring two Moto Z cases made by Speck that you can win to keep your device stylish while protected.
Own a Moto Z Force? It’s one of the year’s most popular phones, and it’s the first real showing of Lenovo is capable of with a mainstream device. People love this phone because of the premium build and high-end specifications. With everything you can ask for in terms of performance housed inside of a metal and glass body, the Moto Z Force is immediately among the best of the best in the world.
We’re hosting a giveaway featuring two Moto Z Force cases made by Speck that you can win to keep your device stylish while protected.
Lately Google has been making several moves to position itself and its services to be an even bigger player in the enterprise market. The Google Apps for Work platform was rebranded as G Suite and gained some enhancements. Now the company is bringing a combination of hardware and software to the table in the form of an electronic whiteboard tied to the cloud called Jamboard.
With many on the fence as to the usefulness of smartwatches, it seems that this skepticism, as well as a lack of new models, is impacting on the sales of smartwatches, with the news that sales are reportedly on the decline. According to the IDC (International Data Corporation), the number of units shipped has dropped by 51.6% in the third quarter of 2016.
Android figurine producer Dead Zebra has launched their latest Halloween oriented option, Frank Patches, for pre-orders. According to their web site, orders for Frank Patches will start shipping October 27th. Like past designs, Frank Patches was designed by Andrew Bell and will be manufactured by Dyzplastic.