Starting today, when you use Google Maps to pull up a soon-to-be-visited restaurant, or maybe one you want to add to a list of favorites, you’ll be able to do so in a much more organized way. Google Maps is getting a proper lists feature that allows you to create new lists, share them with others, and even follow those from your buddies.
If the Galaxy Note 7 hadn’t been recalled, we may not be as interested in early rumors and possible codenames for the Galaxy Note 8, but dang it, we miss that phone, so any potential information floating around always catches our ear. The latest, reported by SamMobile, regards a codename for the aforementioned, unconfirmed phablet device from Samsung. (more…)
Verizon is bringing back unlimited data, in case you missed that bit of explosive news on a weekend. From everything we have learned from several sources, plus some direct feedback from Verizon, we think we’ve got the details pretty dialed in on what this new Verizon Unlimited plan is all about. In this post, we’ll try to walk through everything you need to decide whether or not this is the new plan for you. (more…)
Because weekends are always an opportunity to introduce something huge (🙄), Verizon today took the time to announce that unlimited data is coming back to their network. Nope, this isn’t a joke – Verizon unlimited is back in modern form, which means “unlimited” with some asterisks. The plan goes live tomorrow, so lets talk about it.
We’re getting deeper into February, inching closer to MWC at the end of this month. To keep us busy, LG and Google announced the Watch Sport and Watch Style this week, alongside Android Wear 2.0. We should have both smartwatches in-house early next week, so get ready for plenty of content surrounding those. (more…)