Galaxy S8 Guide: Customizing Navigation Bar

If you saw our initial hands-on with the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, you’ll have seen that customizing the navigation bar on the Galaxy S8 is not only easy, but pretty darn cool. On this device, Samsung allows owners to switch up the button order (Back, Home, Recent), but you can even apply your own custom color to the bar itself.

In this post, we will walk you through this simple process, so let’s get to it. (more…)

Facebook Details New Features for Messenger at F8, Includes Discovery Tab and Smarter AI

Facebook’s F8 conference kicked off this week, and with it, many changes were announced for Messenger. As you may have noticed over the past couple of years, Messenger is much more than just a messaging app these days. You can play games with friends, pay money to someone, utilize M (the virtual assistant inside), and even chat with businesses. This week, a lot of new stuff is being added in, so here are the details you need to know about.  (more…)

Google Releases New Google Earth, Still Can’t Disprove Earth Is Flat

As the great prophet Kyrie Irving once said, “I’m telling you, it’s right in front of our faces. They lie to us.” This quote, of course, concerns the theory that the government and scientific community has been lying to everyone and that the Earth is not round, but indeed, quite flat. In an attempt to double down on the silly notion that our flat planet magically spins around a giant fire ball in the sky, Google has launched a revamped version of Google Earth, complete with guided tours, an “I’m feeling lucky” feature, and so much more.  (more…)

Huawei Watch 2 Review

There’s no denying, I was a big fan of the original Huawei Watch. It was classy, stylish, and most importantly for me, it looked like a real watch. Enter the Huawei Watch 2. This year, things have changed. With this device, Huawei has its eye on the fitness folk, almost as if there aren’t a million other companies trying to do the same. Did they nail it? Let’s find out. (more…)