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  • Armani announces next generation Connected Wear OS smartwatch

    If you don’t entirely keep track of all the designer labels and their various smartwatch releases (like me), you may not have been aware of the Emporio Armani Connected Wear OS device. Well, now we know, and just in time to learn about the latest watc…

  • Should you buy the OnePlus 6 or wait for the 6T?

    You can’t go wrong either way.

    If you’re in the market for a new Android phone, the OnePlus 6 is a fantastic choice even if you have more than $500 to spend. It’s fast, has an incredible design, and its camera performance is surprisingly great.

    However, as much as we like the phone, is it still worth upgrading to it at this point in the year? The OnePlus 6 is already almost two months, and if the past couple years are anything to go by, we’ll see a OnePlus 6T get announced a few months later in November.

    With that being the case, should you still pick up the 6 or wait for the inevitable 6T?

    When posed with this question, one of our forum users is leaning towards just getting the 6 right now.

    jtcannonball
    07-14-2018 11:27 AM

    I might do it in the next week or two.
    Reply

    On the flip side:

    chanchan05
    07-14-2018 08:12 AM

  • Should you buy the OnePlus 6 or wait for the 6T?

    You can’t go wrong either way.

    If you’re in the market for a new Android phone, the OnePlus 6 is a fantastic choice even if you have more than $500 to spend. It’s fast, has an incredible design, and its camera performance is surprisingly great.

    However, as much as we like the phone, is it still worth upgrading to it at this point in the year? The OnePlus 6 is already almost two months, and if the past couple years are anything to go by, we’ll see a OnePlus 6T get announced a few months later in November.

    With that being the case, should you still pick up the 6 or wait for the inevitable 6T?

    When posed with this question, one of our forum users is leaning towards just getting the 6 right now.

    jtcannonball
    07-14-2018 11:27 AM

    I might do it in the next week or two.
    Reply

    On the flip side:

    chanchan05
    07-14-2018 08:12 AM

  • Samsung’s Galaxy Watch could be the smartwatch we’ve been waiting for

    With Wear OS, Samsung Pay, and more, the Galaxy Watch could be huge.

    Smartwatches aren’t quite as popular as they were a couple years back, but in 2018, that may start to change. Google appears to be prepping its own Pixel Watch, Qualcomm’s working on all-new processors for wearable devices, and Samsung’s getting ready to release the Galaxy Watch.

    Today, I’d like to take a moment to talk about what Samsung’s doing.

    Rumors have been piling up for the Galaxy Watch as of late, and should they turn out to be true, Samsung could have one of 2018’s best smartwatches. Here’s why.

    The Wear OS rumors and why this would be huge

    First thing’s first, the biggest and most interesting aspect of the Galaxy Watch is that it may use Wear OS instead of Samsung’s own Tizen operating system.

    Tizen is what powers gadgets like the Gear S3, Gear Sport, and Gear Fit 2. It’s not a bad OS by any means and has seen a lot of improvements over the years, but the developer support just isn’t there when …

  • Samsung’s Galaxy Watch could be the smartwatch we’ve been waiting for

    With Wear OS, Samsung Pay, and more, the Galaxy Watch could be huge.

    Smartwatches aren’t quite as popular as they were a couple years back, but in 2018, that may start to change. Google appears to be prepping its own Pixel Watch, Qualcomm’s working on all-new processors for wearable devices, and Samsung’s getting ready to release the Galaxy Watch.

    Today, I’d like to take a moment to talk about what Samsung’s doing.

    Rumors have been piling up for the Galaxy Watch as of late, and should they turn out to be true, Samsung could have one of 2018’s best smartwatches. Here’s why.

    The Wear OS rumors and why this would be huge

    First thing’s first, the biggest and most interesting aspect of the Galaxy Watch is that it may use Wear OS instead of Samsung’s own Tizen operating system.

    Tizen is what powers gadgets like the Gear S3, Gear Sport, and Gear Fit 2. It’s not a bad OS by any means and has seen a lot of improvements over the years, but the developer support just isn’t there when …

  • Treat yourself to Toshiba’s 50-inch 4K Fire TV for just $290 today

    You can clearly see this is a deal.

    As part of its Prime-exclusive deals of the day, Amazon has Toshiba’s 50-inch 4K Fire TV on sale for $289.99, which is $110 lower than it normally sells for. This TV was only just released at the end of May and has never had a price drop prior to this one. The TV set itself has a beautiful 4K panel, 3 HDMI ports (including 1 with ARC), a USB, composite, optical, antenna, audio output, and an Ethernet port.

    The Fire TV software brings smart features to the TV like the ability to stream your favorite media from popular services like Hulu, Netflix, SHOWTIME, STARZ, and more. The included Voice Remote with Alexa lets you find something to watch by simply asking for it, and you can even switch apps, play music, and control smart home devices using it as well.

    Amazon also has a bunch of its other hardware on sale for all-time low prices, like the Fire TV Stick, Echo Dot, Cloud Cam and more. Be sure to check them out.

    See at Amazon

  • Treat yourself to Toshiba’s 50-inch 4K Fire TV for just $290 today

    You can clearly see this is a deal.

    As part of its Prime-exclusive deals of the day, Amazon has Toshiba’s 50-inch 4K Fire TV on sale for $289.99, which is $110 lower than it normally sells for. This TV was only just released at the end of May and has never had a price drop prior to this one. The TV set itself has a beautiful 4K panel, 3 HDMI ports (including 1 with ARC), a USB, composite, optical, antenna, audio output, and an Ethernet port.

    The Fire TV software brings smart features to the TV like the ability to stream your favorite media from popular services like Hulu, Netflix, SHOWTIME, STARZ, and more. The included Voice Remote with Alexa lets you find something to watch by simply asking for it, and you can even switch apps, play music, and control smart home devices using it as well.

    Amazon also has a bunch of its other hardware on sale for all-time low prices, like the Fire TV Stick, Echo Dot, Cloud Cam and more. Be sure to check them out.

    See at Amazon

  • Treat yourself to Toshiba’s 50-inch 4K Fire TV for just $290 today

    You can clearly see this is a deal.

    As part of its Prime-exclusive deals of the day, Amazon has Toshiba’s 50-inch 4K Fire TV on sale for $289.99, which is $110 lower than it normally sells for. This TV was only just released at the end of May and has never had a price drop prior to this one. The TV set itself has a beautiful 4K panel, 3 HDMI ports (including 1 with ARC), a USB, composite, optical, antenna, audio output, and an Ethernet port.

    The Fire TV software brings smart features to the TV like the ability to stream your favorite media from popular services like Hulu, Netflix, SHOWTIME, STARZ, and more. The included Voice Remote with Alexa lets you find something to watch by simply asking for it, and you can even switch apps, play music, and control smart home devices using it as well.

    Amazon also has a bunch of its other hardware on sale for all-time low prices, like the Fire TV Stick, Echo Dot, Cloud Cam and more. Be sure to check them out.

    See at Amazon

  • How to take screenshots in Android P

    Here’s everything you need to know about screenshots in Android P!

    Android P brings a lot of new features and changes to our favorite mobile OS, and one of the most basic elements of Android — taking screenshots — hasn’t been left out.

    Google’s vastly improved the screenshot-taking and editing experience in Android P compared to past versions, and today, I’m going to walk you through all the changes to keep an eye out for.

    Without further ado, let’s get started!

    Quick note — the steps shown below are based on a Pixel 2 running Android P. The core elements should remain intact for your device, but depending on the manufacturer, things could look slightly different from phone to phone.

    How to take a screenshot

    In Android P there are two ways to take a screenshot — the old-fashioned way and a new method.

    Starting first with the combo we’ve known for years now, you can take a screenshot by holding the power button and volume-down buttons at the same time. T…

  • How to take screenshots in Android P

    Here’s everything you need to know about screenshots in Android P!

    Android P brings a lot of new features and changes to our favorite mobile OS, and one of the most basic elements of Android — taking screenshots — hasn’t been left out.

    Google’s vastly improved the screenshot-taking and editing experience in Android P compared to past versions, and today, I’m going to walk you through all the changes to keep an eye out for.

    Without further ado, let’s get started!

    Quick note — the steps shown below are based on a Pixel 2 running Android P. The core elements should remain intact for your device, but depending on the manufacturer, things could look slightly different from phone to phone.

    How to take a screenshot

    In Android P there are two ways to take a screenshot — the old-fashioned way and a new method.

    Starting first with the combo we’ve known for years now, you can take a screenshot by holding the power button and volume-down buttons at the same time. T…

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