We’ve got HDR support on televisions and smartphones, so it makes sense to have it on our laptops and desktop computers, right? Well, Google has announced that HDR will soon be supported by its Chrome browser on Windows 10 devices.
If you’re an outdoors kind of person and like listening to music on the go, you’re definitely going to be interested in the Treblab FX100 Bluetooth speaker. It’s rugged and water resistant to withstand whatever you put it through, but best of all it doubles as portable battery for your smartphone to keep your gadgets going even when you’re away from a wall outlet.
So, with MWC 2018 beginning to loom, Google has begun teasing about another huge tech event – its annual Developer Conference, or Google I/O as you may know it. This year, the conference will run from 8 – 10 May and returns to the Shoreline Amphitheatre in Google’s hometown, Mountain View.
New years mean new plans for some carriers, and Ultra Mobile is making this the year of the value carrier. They’ve taken the wraps off a few new plans and bumped up the features on some existing plans, which is a long way of saying you’ll want to take a good look at Ultra Mobile in 2018.
Last week’s leak took the surprise out of audiobooks making their way to the Google Play Store, but at least now it’s official. Google has posted a blog detailing the new section of their digital storefront, and everyone can grab a 50% discount on their first audiobook purchase.
Ethical hacking is a skill in high demand right now, especially with the reliance on network infrastructure for even the smallest apps and services. The best way to figure out how to make something secure is to figure out how to break into it first, and that’s exactly what the Ethical Hacking A to Z bundle can teach you to do.
We’re very close to an official Galaxy S9 announcement, which means the rumor mill is running at 100% capacity to squeeze everything in before Samsung takes the wraps off their next phone. This time, though, the rumor about the Galaxy S9’s camera is coming straight from Samsung.
Have you ever looked at the public WiFi options in your phone settings and wished you could see what sort of speed you could expect to experience from each of them before you connect? Well, Google has taken notice of your plight and flipped a switch to enable you to do just that, with the small requirement that your phone should be running Android 8.1 Oreo.
Last summer an exciting, if mysterious, handset that could display holographic images became available to preorder from RED, a reputable camera equipment company that had no previous experience in manufacturing a smartphone. Available in Titanium for $1,595 or Aluminum for $1,195, little else was known about Hydrogen One. Until now.
As good as the Nexus 5X was from a price and performance standpoint, it was plagued with a defect that caused many units to bootloop. If you purchased a Nexus 5X on Project Fi with added Device Protection and had the debilitating bug, the solution (after Google ran out of refurbished Nexus 5X devices) was either $100 store credit or a check for only $53. That’s a small fraction of the device’s retail price of $379 back in late 2015. Google is now offering the Moto X4Android One edition as a replacement for defective Nexus 5 units, which makes a lot more sense. The Moto X4 Android One retails for $399.
If you want to start learning how to build Android apps, we’ve got a fully featured bundle that will get you started and teach you how to work with Android N. It will take you from learning how Android apps work to building clones of some of your favorite apps, touching on everything from development to design to security.
Can you ever have enough chargers or cables? If it’s your aim to have a wall charger in every room so you can hook up your phone or tablet when and wherever you want, then Anker‘s latest promotion could be of special interest. With savings of over 30% to be had on wall chargers, car chargers, and USB C cables, why not join us after the break for more details?
I’ve always found it strange that audiobooks were in the music section of the Play Store and not within the books section, it just didn’t quite make sense. Thanks to a banner ad that has begun appearing for some users on both the web and Play Store app, it would seem that audiobooks will soon get a dedicated section of its own on the Play Store.
New year, new leaks. This time, it’s Nokia with a pretty incredible rumored device that’ll sport both a Snapdragon 845 and a five camera lens system. Unbelievable? Maybe, but we’re intrigued either way.
HTC has some big news for anyone that owns a U11, at least on Sprint. HTC has received technical certification for the latest software update from the carrier, which means you can expect the Android Oreo 8.0 update to start rolling out on Monday. Good way to start the week, no?