Month: December 2017

Apple Opens $29 iPhone Battery Replacements to All Starting Today

Apple recently apologized for slowing down its iPhones with newer versions of iOS. It had good reason for it (avoiding random shutdowns caused by older batteries was part of it), but many believed it was […]

Star Wars: Jedi Challenges Review

Disney and Lenovo’s new AR experience puts you at battle with Droids and your very own Lightsaber. But actually getting it work may prove not even worth it.

Moto Z2 Force Now Receiving Android Oreo on T-Mobile

Following the release of the update on Verizon last week, Android 8.0 Oreo is now making its way to Moto Z2 Force users on T-Mobile, according to users at XDA Developers. The update comes with […]

Apple Will Soon Charge $29 for iPhone Battery Replacement Admist Performance Controversy

Apple has published a letter to its customers today on its website apologizing for slowing down users’ iPhones after upgrades to recent versions of the iOS operating system. The company said they’ve begun hearing feedback about […]

RIP: Google Kills the Pixel C, Removes from Store

Google today made an unexpected but unsurprising move today by officially killing the Pixel C, as originally spotted by Android Police. Originally announced back in 2015, the device served as a more versatile successor to […]

You Can No Longer Use YouTube on the Amazon Fire TV

Earlier this month, Google said they would pull YouTube from Amazon’s Echo Show and Fire TV devices as the result of a bitter disagreement between the two companies. The Fire TV was expected to lose […]

LG Unveils ThinQ Google Assistant Speaker Ahead of CES 2018

LG today unveiled its new ThinQ smart speaker ahead of CES 2018 where the device will be on display. While we don’t know much about the speaker, we do know it’ll be powered by the […]

Android Oreo is Now Rolling Out to the LG V30 in South Korea

Before it hits eager users here in the United States (or any other country, for that matter), LG is rolling out an update to Android 8.0 Oreo to V30 owners in its home territory, South […]

Lenovo Yoga 920 Review: Almost Perfect

Earlier this year, I got the chance to review Lenovo’s Yoga 910, a 2-in-1 convertible that offered great performance, battery life, and a form factor that I found was easy to carry around all day. […]

Face Unlock is Coming to the OnePlus 5

When the OnePlus 5T debuted, one of its most anticipated features was Face Unlock. Not that it was built to compete with the iPhone X or anything, but it did provide a way to unlock […]

Moto X4 with Android One Now Getting Upgrade to Oreo

Moto’s X4 wasn’t reviewed very fairly on our behalf, but the Android One variant of the device did a bit better at other outlets. This is mainly because the software is different and is faster, […]

Moto Z2 Force on Verizon Now Receiving Android 8.0 Oreo Upgrade

After what felt like a lengthy wait since we saw this prompt, Motorola has finally begun rolling out Android 8.0 Oreo to the Verizon variant of the Moto Z2 Force. The update comes with the […]

Review: Protecting the LG V30 with Cases from UAG and Zizo

LG’s V30 is my favorite phone of the year, right next to Google’s Pixel 2 XL. It’s got a gorgeous 6-inch bezel-less screen, speedy performance, great software, great cameras, exceptional battery life, and a beautiful […]

Amazon Prime Video Now Available on Android TV

After releasing an app for the Apple TV as the result of a lengthy wait, Amazon has finally launched its Prime Video application for Android TV. Streamers can download it here to a compatible streaming […]

You Can Now Watch Netflix in HDR on Windows 10

Following support for the feature on a variety of smartphones, Netflix is adding HDR support to Windows 10. Now, for those of you who like to binge on their PC can do so in High […]

Apple Will Reportedly Let iOS Apps Run on macOS Next Year

A new report out of Bloomberg today states Apple is gearing up to launch iOS app compatibility within macOS. In other words, as early as next year, the company could allow developers to develop a single […]

Google Chrome Will Start Blocking Certain Ads This February

Google said earlier this year they would begin blocking certain ads while you browse the web in its Chrome browser. A date wasn’t given for when this change would take effect, but now we know […]

YouTube TV for Apple TV and Roku Delayed Until 2018

Google is delaying the release of YouTube TV for Apple TV and Roku until early 2018, according to a report out of CNET. An exact reason for the delay wasn’t given, but in the end […]

It’s Not Just You: Apple Could Be Slowing Down Older iPhones to Preserve Battery Life [Update: Confirmed]

If you’ve ever owned an iPhone for around two years at a time, you know that with new software updates, your phone becomes noticeably slower. Some researchers say your phone doesn’t slow down at all […]

tvOS 11.2.5 Beta 2 Now Rolling Out to Testers

After releasing the first build last week, Apple today seeded the second beta of tvOS 11.2.5 to those registered to test the OS. To install the new build on your registered Apple TV, head over to Settings > […]