I’m not the biggest fan of cases for smartphones, but according to our recent poll, I am in the minority. People want to protect their smartphones, and you know what, I understand where you’re coming from. Especially on the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, with all of its glass and hardly any bezel, there’s no doubt you’ll want a case to protect it.
In an effort to show you a few of the better options out there from companies like Spigen, BodyGuardz and VRS Design, we’ve put together the below video to show you what’s out there for the S8 and S8+. (more…)
If you have yet to jump into the world of smart lights, I certainly can understand. After all, these things (Philips products in particular) are pretty damn expensive. But what if IKEA offered up a solution that wasn’t cheap, but also wasn’t ridiculously expensive? Hopefully, that sounds appealing, because their new TRÅDFRI smart lighting system is on the way! (more…)
In January, SanDisk introduced us to one of the first A1 rated microSD cards, the Ultra 256GB beast of a card that’s A1 rating meant it was able to run apps properly. Today, SanDisk is taking their 256GB offering up a notch by introducing the Extreme version of the same card. (more…)
Before I got into Android, I wasn’t an overly tech-centric person. I had a few gaming consoles back in the day for playing GTA and other various titles, but to my point, I’ve never had a water-cooled PC called “n00b st0mp3r” or even a real smartphone until 2009. This can all be attributed, at least from what I can tell, to where and how I was raised as a child. I’m originally from a county in Northern California where trends can take years to reach, but given the internet age we currently live in, it’s getting much better there and more connected to the outside world. (more…)
Now that Android 2.0 is official and ready to be rolled out to devices and for developers to update their apps with support, a handful have already let us know their plans. Strava and Runkeeper are both receiving updates today with 2.0 support, plus Polar is sharing information on the M600’s impending 2.0 update. (more…)
Just a reminder that Google’s Daydream View is still discounted to $49 at the moment, a $30 discount. The deal on Google’s VR headset is good until late in February, but we thought we’d point out the fact that Best Buy has finally joined in on the fun. Originally, only Google and Verizon had dropped the price.
While only a few devices are Daydream-ready as of today, you should expect that most in 2017 will be. Taking advantages of deals like this ahead of time is never a bad idea. Then again, others likely have their own similar headsets on the way as well.
Our Daydream View review could help with the decision. (more…)
Before we head into the weekend, here are a handful of good deals on Aukey’s Quick Charge 3.0 products. We have discounts (thanks to coupon codes) that take some of these down to as little as just $6 or with $8 reductions.
Depending on your needs, you’ll find single or dual port chargers for both wall outlets and cars. In the dual port options, we’re talking about both ports being equipped with QC 3.0.
To get the exact specs, hit up those links below. All come with Prime shipping as well.
Today’s best deal is over at Amazon where you can pick-up an Anker Quick Charge 2.0 dual-port charger for just $13.99. This charge is a no-brainer because unlike most car chargers, this offers QC 2.0 charging out of both ports. We often see QC 2.0 or QC 3.0 chargers with multiple ports, except they often only allow for one quick charge port. Not this guy.
The deal includes Prime shipping, for those with Amazon Prime accounts.