The Nextbit Robin has been out for a few months now, and so far, it’s seemingly being well received. The company recently sent out a survey to see how owners are using their Robin. Surprisingly, over 50% of users have responded, and frankly, the data is quite interesting.
Find out the results after the break!
Google Pixel was the star of Google’s October 4th show, completely overshadowing Android 7.1 Nougat. In fact, Google barely mentioned the update at all, except that Pixel will be the first device to run the newest OS ahead of the Nexus line.
Turns out, a big reason for that is that many of the newest features that were shown off with the Pixel were Pixel features and not Android features. Read more
After LG announced the V20, the successor to its rugged-looking V10, many have been wondering when we’ll actually see the phone. The only information LG gave was “this fall,” and some rumors have indicated that October 21 would be the release date for it. But now, T-Mobile and AT&T are shedding some light on when we’ll see LG’s next big venture.
Hit the break for details.
If this analyst is correct, Google will ship million of units of its new phone in 2016.
After launching the Galaxy Note 7 to glowing reviews, Samsung had to deal with a messy exploding battery and recall situation with their latest 2016 flagship. In case you managed to miss the entire fiasco, some Note 7 units had an issue with the battery that would cause the device to literally overheat and catch fire. Definitely not what you want to hear about your brand new phone. Read more
Lenovo announced the world’s first Tango smartphone earlier this year with the Phab2 Pro, which was originally set to be released in September. That obviously didn’t happen, as Lenovo delayed the phone in mid-September without revealing what caused the delay. Read more
We’ve been waiting years for Google to develop both the hardware and the software for a single phone, but ultimately the company has let us down every time our hopes got high. Google is beginning a new chapter this year in which the future is under its control. Despite the pivot to be engaged in hardware just as much as software, backlash is bountiful.
Just how many services do you have an account with? Probably too many to count. And you’re probably using the same credentials — username/password — with multiple services. That’s not exactly a safe thing to do, especially considering the frequency of data breaches these days. If one service faces a data breach, attackers can use those same credentials to get into your other accounts. Then your personal information is in the hands of the wrong people. Is that problematic? Of course! So you’re much better off creating different, intricate passwords for each and every service you use. Now, yes, remembering complicated passwords can be difficult. Sticky Password will handle things for you by managing passwords and completing forms for you.
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Wireless earbuds, particularly for sporting and fitness activities, can get expensive. The Jaybird X2’s sit at $100 or more. While quality headphones, not everyone wants to invest that much money into earphones. Enter, the Syllable D700 wireless sport earbuds. Syllable believes they’re on par with more pricey headphones, and they might just be.
Find out how the Syllable D700 performs right after the break.
Planning on grabbing one of the new Google Pixel phones on Verizon? Then you should probably order it from Best Buy, as the big-box retailer is throwing in some extra goodies for free with your purchase.