5 Reasons the Nexus 6P is Worth Buying

We recently shared 5 reasons you should buy the DROID Turbo 2, but today, we will share 5 reasons the Nexus 6P should be your next smartphone purchase. The point is, and we emphasize this, there are a ton of great phones to choose from this holiday season. 2015 easily has the best lineup of Android devices for purchase we have ever seen, so we are making it our job to make sure you get the right phone for your needs. If you skipped our Nexus 6P review because reviews are too long, and ain’t nobody got time for that, let’s lay out what makes the Nexus 6P so darn good.

Here are five quick reasons the Nexus 6P is worth buying today.  (more…)

LG Announces the Affordable, All-Metal ‘Zero’ for Asia, Europe and Latin America

LG announced the Zero this morning, an all-metal device that delivers premium features at an affordable price for those outside of America. Set to ship in Asia, Europe, and Latin America, the Zero includes advanced camera tech and exclusive UX features found in the G series lineup.

For specs, the Zero delivers a 5.0″ In-Cell Touch (ICT) IPS HD display, 1.2GHz quad-core processor, 13MP rear-facing camera, 8MP front-facing camera, 1.5GB of RAM, 16GB of built-in storage, microSD slot for expandable storage, 2,050mAh battery, and runs Android 5.1 “Lollipop.” (more…)

Google Lets You Organize Photos You Find in Google Image Search, and It’s Awesome

When I want to search for a picture of something, I go directly to Google, search for it, and then tap on the “Images” tab. It’s the best way to find an image because it uses Google’s search powers, but it also presents dozens and dozens of images in an easy-to-view way. So when Google announced yesterday that it was adding a “Saved Images” feature to mobile searches, along with a way to organize them, I about popped some champagne.  (more…)

Chrome’s Data Saver Will Now Save Even More Data by Not Loading Images

Ever heard of Data Saver in Chrome on Android? It typically pops-up across your device’s screen when you open Chrome for the first time, asking if you want to conserve on data usage by allowing Google to compress web pages before you load them. The feature was introduced around the time that carriers started ripping you off “optimizing” their network by limiting your data plans and killing off unlimited, but it now will serve a new purpose or additional purpose.  (more…)