With our comparison of the Samsung Galaxy S6 to the iPhone 6 out of the way, it’s time to get back to the Android side of things. That means it’s time to compare the Galaxy S6 to the other flagship Android phone currently on your radar – the HTC One M9. (more…)
Your chance to win a brand new Galaxy Tab S 8.4 through the DL Deals Store is coming to a close. In fact, you have one more day. Featuring a 8.4″ Super AMOLED WQXGA (2560 x 1600) display, Samsung’s S 8.4 tablet also includes an Exynos 5 octa-core processor, 3GB of RAM, 8MP rear-facing camera, 4,900mAh battery, fingerprint reader, and a whole lot more. All this can be yours for the price of free. (more…)
A few more apps gained Chromecast support today, being MTV, Qello Concerts, TED, and Pac-12. Each app has content which is streamable to your HDTV via the Chromecast dongle.
Specifically, the MTV app allows you to bring shows like Catfish and Finding Carter to your TV, while the Pac-12 app brings the sports, including football, basketball, soccer, baseball, gymnastics and more. (more…)
Just a quick heads-up, but if you were planning to pre-order the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, or HTC One M9 from Verizon tomorrow (April 1), know that the listings will go live at 3AM ET (12:00AM PDT). In other words, east coasters, you won’t be able to buy these phones right at midnight, you will instead have to wait a couple of hours. As for you west coasters, well, you do get to click “buy” at midnight. (more…)
Since we reviewed the iPhone 6 last year, we still have the little guy around the office. That may seem like an odd thing, knowing that we are an Android-focused site, but as it turns out, it’s actually a pretty good thing now that we have the Samsung Galaxy S6 in house. As many of you know, during our review process, we try and compare new flagships to current flagships of the moment to get a sense for our feeling with each in hand, talk about the specs of each, and generally, weigh in on the little things we prefer from one to the next. With both iPhone 6 and Galaxy S6 available, this gives us a chance to compare the current smartphone king, to what may become the new smartphone king. (more…)
This morning, Google took to the Chrome Blog to introduce a new, affordable lineup of Chrome OS products. To kick it off, the company announced the Haier Chromebook 11 and Hisense Chromebook, both priced at just $150. They are also now available for pre-order from Amazon and Walmart.
More interestingly, the company also introduced an ASUS-made Chromebit device, which plugs directly into a computer monitor via HDMI. Inside the “smaller than a candy bar” body is a full computer, bringing the power of Chrome OS to any monitor you have in front of you. (more…)