We are back with our answers for Volume 37 of the DL Q&A Sessions. Earlier this week, we asked you to send in questions before this weekend’s MWC, and you didn’t disappoint. We received great questions about Moto’s future under Lenovo, and which OEM design department we would want to consult for.
Beyond tech, we talk basketball Finals predictions, Kanye’s latest album, and which non-tech related bet we would make if given the opportunity. As mentioned, MWC is only a couple of days away, so be on the lookout for yet another Q&A Session once we have had enough time to soak everything in from LG and Samsung over the next week.
Without further ado, let’s get to it. (more…)
We are opening up Volume 37 of the DL Q&A Sessions, on the eve of MWC 2016. With many things in store, this will be your last chance to ask us whatever you may want to know about what we can expect from Samsung, LG, Sony, and maybe HTC. Thankfully, there has been no shortage of intel on both the LG G5 and Galaxy S7, so really, all we’re waiting for are both companies to make the official announcements this upcoming Sunday. (more…)
I would likely be shocked to see just how much I have spent inside of Google Play, whether it is on apps, games, movies, or whatever, but I’m sure the amount is quite substantial. You can head into Google Play and check out all of your recent activity, however, you would have to do the math yourself and add up all of your expenses to come to a total. Who has time for that nonsense? Instead, we want to know what your last app purchase was. Was it a standalone utility app? Game? Maybe even a $0.99 in-app purchase?
As for me, the last app I purchased was the Chrooma Keyboard. So far, I love it. I asked Kellen what app was his last purchase, and his was also Chrooma. I guess that means you should go check that keyboard out.
Tell us down below, what was the last app you purchased?
As we stated on Monday, we skipped answers for Volume 35 of the Q&A Sessions due to the holidays, but now we are back, bringing you answers to both Volume 35 and Volume 36. Needless to say, there are a ton of answers for you below. Topics this week include Nexus devices in 2016, speculation on the Moto 360 (3rd Gen), Super Bowl 50 predictions, talk about Star Wars, and if HTC will even make it past 2016.
We read through all of your questions from the past couple of weeks, so take a look below and see if your question was answered. (more…)
Back in late December, we ran Volume 35 of the DL Q&A Sessions, but with the list of holidays and then CES, we decided to hold off on posting our answers. Now that we have time to relax and go through all of the questions, we are going to go ahead and post up Volume 36, and will include our answers to Volume 35, making for a massive Answers post for this upcoming Friday.
The Q&A Sessions are a time to ask the DL staff anything Android-related that may be on your mind, but it’s not limited to just Android. We can talk NFL postseason, MWC speculations, Force Awakens theories, or anything else that may be on your mind. Don’t be shy.
On Friday, be on the lookout for a ton of answers. (more…)
It may be dead right now, but come January, there will be a whole lot happening in the Android world. With CES kicking off in early January, followed by MWC and events from all of the top OEMs, we have a whole lot to look forward to. With that in mind, let’s talk about what’s to come.
The QA Sessions are your opportunity to ask the DL staff whatever may be on your mind, concerning Android, or anything else that might be on your mind. We can share our thoughts on Star Wars (no spoilers, please), or even the ridiculous Carolina Panthers. As always, virtually everything is fair game.
Given it’s a holiday week, we will post our answers for this volume next Monday. (more…)
We have gone over your questions, tasking our team with answering them, and are now ready to provide Volume 34 answers for the DL Q&A Sessions. Topics covered include our thoughts on the stagnation of the mobile tech space, quick charging and batteries in general, what we would ask Google if given the opportunity, and if the Nexus 9 is still a good purchase.
We go into great detail with our answers, so please, give them a look over and see if you agree with any of our personal takes. If you disagree, well, let us know in the comments so we can argue with you directly.
Read on to see our answers to your questions. (more…)
It is time for yet another volume of the DL Q&A Sessions, a time where you, the reader, can ask the DL staff anything that is on your mind. We have been pumping out reviews left and right, so it is possible you have lingering questions about those, or your question could be completely non-Android related. Whatever it may be, let’s hear it.
If you need a few ideas, maybe you need a bit of holiday shopping advice? We know about plenty of toys the family will love. Need help ranking up in Call of Duty: Black Ops 3? Have no fear, our resident gamers can help with that. As always, pretty much no subject is taboo, so ask away.
Shoot those questions below in the comment section, and then on Friday, our team will choose the best ones to tackle. (more…)