Utomik is a newer service that wants to offer unlimited PC gaming directly to your computer for one low monthly price, and right now you can get that monthly price even cheaper through Talk Android Deals.
Earlier this year Huawei announced their MediaPad M5 tablets in a slew of flavors and variations, including a powerful Pro option with stylus support. They looked like pretty great tablets (and we’ve liked some of Huawei’s tablets before) but they weren’t available in the US.
Which brings us to this bit of news, which will be great for potential US buyers: the MediaPad M5 is now available in the US market, and Amazon and Newegg already have them in stock.
It’s been a long time coming, and there have been a few hiccups along the way with Verizon halting the roll-out not once but twice, but it certainly appears that the carrier is pushing the Android 8.0 Oreo update to the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge.
Remember a few years ago when manufacturers were racing to make phones bigger and bigger and bigger? We finally hit the 5-inch mark with reasonable bezels, and, for the most part, decided that was good enough. There are still some outliers in the 5.5 to 6-inch range, and Samsung’s Note line has always pushed the boundaries, but the days of the almost-tablet (remember phablets?) are over.
Google has been slowly redesigning most of their core apps with updated Material Design interfaces, and Google Maps is next up on the list. There have been a few Maps tweaks over the last few months hinting at this coming, and Google I/O more or less confirmed it, but it’s finally happening.
Google likes to make major sporting events more enjoyable for watchers, and this year they’re doing that by giving you stats and features right from your smartphone. It’s going to be useful for keeping up with stats during the game, but Google will also be able to recap games after they’ve ended in case you couldn’t catch them live.
From blenders to vacuums and multi-port wall chargers to mini projectors and Bluetooth speakers to wireless chargers and cables, Anker has you covered. With savings ranging from 16-40%, you can be sure to grab a bargain when buying with peace of mind from Amazon.
The Google Pixel 3 leaks are ramping up, and this time we’re getting to check out some real life photos of Google’s upcoming flagship device. These photos confirm a few things about the device, although we’ve already gotten a pretty good idea about what to expect from some other rumors.
Bethesda has had a very busy e3 conference, and in the middle of their announcements was a plan to bring their famous Elder Scrolls franchise to mobile in the best way possible. The newest installment in the Elder Scrolls family is titled Elder Scrolls Blades, and it’s coming to your smartphone later this year.
We’ve been waiting for Google to drop an iMessage killer for years now, and Android Messages is shaping up and potentially turning into that app. A new commit for in Chromium’s source code hints at Google integrating Android Messages with Chrome OS, which could mean tons of different things.
Amazon Web Services, or AWS as its commonly known on the internet, is hugely popular for tons of sites and services right now. If you’re thinking of building anything or getting into the industry, you’re going to need to be familiar with AWS, and we’re here to help.
Huawei and the US government have been at odds for pretty much all of 2018, and unfortunately for Huawei, it doesn’t look like that’s going to change anytime soon. And that news gets even worse for companies that have ties to Huawei, as now they’re in the crosshairs, too.
Despite canning development for a second-generation smartphone, Essential has announced a second module for the PH-1 called the Audio Adapter HD which brings back the audio jack. Yes, the same audio jack that the company chose to omit from the Essential Phone. Go figure.
When it comes to smartphone launches, sometimes you can be overwhelmed by the sheer number of specifications and features that a handset might feature, but there is no such problem with the Galaxy J3 and J7 that Samsung has announced. Samsung’s press release mentions vague terms such as ‘long-lasting battery’ and ‘high-quality’ to describe the two handsets. I mean, what else could you possibly want to know?