Now you can buy the Casio ProTrek WSD-F20, which runs Android Wear 2.0

Smartwatches don’t have to be so expensive, but Casio is trying to give a very specific consumer a tailored device. That’s why you better be ready to pay big bucks if you’re going to buy the ProTrek WSD-F20. Casio’s latest smartwatch, which is powered by the latest version of Android Wear 2.0, just went up on Amazon with a hefty price tag.

AT&T rolling out pseudo-5G in Austin, more cities later this year

The next generation of wireless data speeds are on their way and we will all have to get used to referring to 5G. Before that happens though the standards for just what constitutes 5G have to be established. AT&T decided to get a jump on things with the announcement today that they are launching their own 5G Evolution service in Austin, Texas and will light up 20 more metro areas before the end of 2017.

How to permanently delete pictures and videos from Google Photos

You have your reasons as to why a picture or video needs to be deleted. We don’t judge, and we probably shouldn’t know everything you snap and record in life. But we can help you throw away things you don’t want anymore. Google Photos is a brilliant cloud storage solution for pictures and videos, but you may not know that deleting them isn’t quite as seamless. There’s an extra step involved if you really want to avoid a specific picture or video from appearing again.

Today we’re helping you permanently delete pictures and videos from Google Photos.

LG G6 review: One step forward, two steps back

Much of the world has been anticipating the LG G6, especially after the company promised to ditch modules and create something truly innovative. Despite all the hype LG has been building around the G6, it still doesn’t quite feel up to par. Aside from a design refresh, it’s much of the same we’ve been seeing for years from the company. It’s unfortunate but true. Though, that doesn’t make the G6 a ‘bad’ choice.

So, what’s the LG G6 all about? Find out below.

[TA Deal] Now you can use TigerVPN for a lifetime for $29

Virtual private networks (or VPNs) are capable of allowing you to browse the web privately and securely. Even for those not paranoid about all of the potential risks floating around online today, a VPN can be extremely useful because it forgoes any geographical restrictions applied by many services. What do I mean by this? It’s possible to stream content from any service anywhere in the world as long as you have a wireless connection.

A lifetime subscription for TigerVPN is on Talk Android Deals with a hefty discount that goes away soon.

Spotify to move into hardware space?

Some new jobs listing combined with some anonymous sources suggest Spotify may look to join another app developer, Snapchat, and move into the hardware space. The information is quite vague though about what kind of form such hardware may take and it is a challenge to imagine a Spotify-oriented product that would be commercially viable.

Samsung preparing red tint, Wi-Fi updates for Galaxy S8 devices

Samsung appears to have pulled off most of what they were hoping for with the launch of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ this spring. The devices have been noted for nudging smartphone design in a slightly new direction with the sleek look and near bezel-less face and consumer interest has been high. The launch has not been without some smaller hiccups though. One issue that popped up almost as soon as some users got their devices were reports of screens with too much red tint to them. Another issue, that appears to be confined to the Korean market, are some issues with Wi-Fi connections. Already the manufacturer is readying a pair of updates to address these issues.

Best Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ screen protectors

If you put your phone in your pocket, screen protectors can be a life saver. Change or car keys dangling in your pocket can very quickly scratch up and damage your screen. You definitely don’t want that happening on your brand new Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+, so a screen protector is definitely the way to go.

We’ve listed a handful of screen protectors that are sure to keep your Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+ safe.