Do you feel that your Android’s is getting slower and slower to use? You’re not alone. It’s been long rumored that Facebook is a major...
iPhone: Developer Program Allows Users to Remove Default Apps From Device, Report Says
Honestly, we’re pretty shocked at the news we’re about to share: there is now an official way to hide Apple’s default iOS apps on an... Read more
A Quick Look at Google’s Hybrid Tablet Pixel C
So it’s official, the laptop replacement tablet has become a proper part of the consumer electronics market. It started with Microsoft and the Surface and... Read more
Review: Ditch Your PC, If You’re Willing to Suffer a Little
NEW YORK—Plenty of people do all their Facebooking, YouTubing, Web surfing and whatnot on mobile devices. But not everyone. Lots of us still rely on... Read more
Microsoft Edge vs. Google Chrome: Can Edge Beat the Browser Giant?
When it comes to browsers, Google Chrome is considered one of the best. It offers fast browsing, reliable security and tons of features, making it... Read more
Samsung Galaxy View: In Case You Need a Bigger Tablet
So remember when I talked about the huge iPad Pro? Big tablet, big ideas, just as capable as replacing a laptop as the Surface Pro... Read more
A Quick Look at Motorola’s DROID Maxx 2
Motorola and Verizon have had an excellent relationship over the past few years. The Droid lineup has been wide and deep, offering multiple options at various... Read more
Google Is Considering Building Its Own Smartphone From Scratch
Google launched Android many years ago without actually making a smartphone. Instead, the company partnered up with various smartphone manufacturers to create Nexus-branded devices to show... Read more
Your Next iPhone Might Save Itself From Water Spills
Apple has yet to make a truly waterproof iPhone, although the iPhone 6 does have some design features that make it more water-resistant than other devices... Read more
The Nexus 6P Might Have a Serious Camera Glass Issue
Does the Nexus 6P bend easily? Yes, it does, a thorough bend test explained last week, revealing a few design inconsistencies that facilitate bending. That’s... Read more
This Face-Mounted Wearable Is Even Creepier Than Google Glass
The world was not ready for Google Glass. Tech blogs talked it up to no end and the hype actually carried through to some mainstream... Read more
The Nexus 6P Can’t Really Be This Easy to Bend… Can It?
Google says the “P” in Nexus 6P stands for “premium.” However, a new durability test video of the Nexus 6P posted by JerryRigEverything seems to call this... Read more
Review: Apple TV Brings iPhone-Like Apps to the Big Screen
NEW YORK—It turns out that Apple’s streaming-TV box—aptly named Apple TV—isn’t just for streaming anymore. Its latest incarnation, which ships this week, offers on the... Read more
How Motorola Made an Unbreakable Smartphone Display
Motorola this week announced two new Android handsets, the Droid Turbo 2 and Droid Maxx 2. Both devices are supposed to offer superior battery life and... Read more
Microsoft’s Android Apps: What’s Good, What’s Not, and Why?
Microsoft’s been heading in a new direction for quite some time now, from allowing free upgrades to its latest operating system, to allowing users to... Read more
Three New Technologies That Could Change the Way We Live
In the weeks leading up to the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris, not only are delegates meeting and hammering out proposed climate plans,... Read more
LG Gram: The New MacBook Has a Proper Competitor
So you may have heard of Apple and their fancy new laptop called the new MacBook. It’s incredibly thin and beautiful and comes with the... Read more