Yesterday, we sat back and watched as Samsung unveiled its new flagships, the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge. We wrote up the specs, shared official intro videos, and told you when and where you can buy each. Today, we spent some time with each and boy, do we have some videos to share. (more…)
You can view the full specs here.
Our hands-on coverage will start tomorrow. You won’t want to miss it. (more…)
And it was also accompanied by these Tweets, which could be quite confusing without context. (more…)
Give Motorola credit – they are pushing out this Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update to their Moto 360 line faster than anyone else, from what we can tell. As of the end of yesterday, the update seemed to be widely available on all of their watches, including the 1st gen, 2nd gen, and Moto 360 Sport. Because it’s so readily available, we grabbed it for each variant, updated, and took it for a spin on video to show off what’s new. After all, this is quite the big update, with new gestures, Doze, app permission controls, and more. (more…)
This is T-Mobile’s Super Bowl ad, starring Aubrey Drake Graham. It suggests that the other carriers of the world would try to ruin the dancing magic that is Hotline Bling, because other “wireless carriers ruin everything.” Yeah, so, it’s actually not a very good commercial.
Hey, grumpy Kellen is back today! Hi, everyone!
This new Android commercial is fun. That is all.
Be together, not the same.
The Moto 360 Sport, Motorola’s latest take on a sports-focused smartwatch, arrives here in the next couple of weeks. We are fortunate enough to now have one in house, so we thought we would unbox it and share some initial impressions. After all, this is the first time anyone has really used a live, real, model, since Motorola would only let us play with dummy units back when this watch was first introduced.
So what is the Moto 360 Sport? It’s a $299 fitness-focused Android Wear-powered smartwatch from Motorola that arrives in the US on January 7. It’ll hit the UK later this week. (more…)