Google Details When Pixel and Nexus Devices Will Die

New charts uncovered by Droid Life detail when exactly Google will stop supporting some of their most recent Pixel and Nexus devices in terms of software updates. As a forewarning, 2017 is probably the worst year to buy any of these gadgets. For the Pixel and Pixel XL, Google won't guarantee another major Android update after … Continue reading Google Details When Pixel and Nexus Devices Will Die

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Google and Huawei Made a High-End Raspberry Pi for $239

Huawei recently received assistance from Google to develop a new $239 Raspberry Pi competitor that features high-end specifications and is capable of running full-fledged Android at a faster speed. The board, called the HiKey 960, was developed in conjunction with Huawei, Google, ARM, Archermind, and LeMaker who all contributed to the project. In terms of the … Continue reading Google and Huawei Made a High-End Raspberry Pi for $239

BlackBerry’s Android-Powered KeyOne to Launch Next Month in Canada and U.S.

BlackBerry announced its latest Android-powered smartphone known as the KeyOne during MWC 2017, but it was at the end of March when we got an idea for when the company's last phone to feature a physical keyboard would actually launch. Now, TCL, the company who built BlackBerry's latest device, has announced that the KeyOne will … Continue reading BlackBerry’s Android-Powered KeyOne to Launch Next Month in Canada and U.S.

Amazon’s Echo Look Will Judge You for $200

Amazon today announced a new member to the Echo family called the Echo Look. This device uses built-in cameras, speakers, and microphones to literally judge you based on how well you're dressed. The company touts they've received submissions of advice from fashion experts to literally let you know whether that top is YES or NO. … Continue reading Amazon’s Echo Look Will Judge You for $200

You Can Now Ask Google Home How to Cook Over 5 Million Recipes

Admit it: you can't cook. You can't boil an egg, you can't toast a slice of bread, you have no idea what the word "Soufflé" means - YOU CAN'T COOK! Well, guess what? Google has you covered. https://youtu.be/GdVGynGWQ2Y Starting today, you can now ask the Google Assistant via the Google Home how to cook over … Continue reading You Can Now Ask Google Home How to Cook Over 5 Million Recipes

Verizon Just Introduced an $80 Unlimited Prepaid Plan That’s Basically Pointless

Carriers are getting kind of funny nowadays. Verizon has announced a new $80/month 'unlimited' data prepaid plan that gets you unlimited data, calls, and texts over their network. Unfortunately, there's a nice lineup of caveats customers will need to take into consideration before subscribing. Here's a list of those caveats. Your data speeds are deprioritized … Continue reading Verizon Just Introduced an $80 Unlimited Prepaid Plan That’s Basically Pointless

Report: Samsung to Sell a Galaxy Note 7 R with a Smaller Battery Starting in June

Samsung already confirmed that they're bringing back the ill-fated Galaxy Note 7 as a for sale/rent smartphone with a smaller battery. Problem is, details have remained slimmed since this day in late March regarding just how much this device will cost, where it'll be sold, and when it may launch. Luckily, a new report out … Continue reading Report: Samsung to Sell a Galaxy Note 7 R with a Smaller Battery Starting in June

AT&T Wants You to Think 5G Data Speeds Are Coming This Year

Let's face it, not everyone's as techy as everyone else. That's why we have people like the Geek Squad and Geniuses. But no one should believe what AT&T beginning to promote, regardless of how much you actually know about technology. As per a press release, AT&T has announced a new "5G Evolution" network that'll roll out … Continue reading AT&T Wants You to Think 5G Data Speeds Are Coming This Year