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Mobvoi TicWatch E3 review

Over the past few years, the field of Wear OS watch manufacturers has consolidated to a handful of companies. What started out as full-on land grab between traditional watch makers and phone manufacturers has whittled away to a much smaller space; you don’t have a lot of choices these days when you’re shopping for a smartwatch. Thankfully, one of the...

Bluetti PV120/PV200 Solar Panels Released, What’s New?

Heading out into the wilderness or hitting the open road helps you leave behind the daily stresses of work and life. However, when your emergency weather radio battery runs low or your phone is down to a 5% charge, it changes everything. Portable solar panels and solar generators are great to keep you powered when dry camping or during the off-grid...

What is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 870?

If you pay close attention to smartphones and their specifications, you’ve surely seen quite a bit of emphasis around the mobile processor. As the brain that powers the overall experience, the chipset is largely responsible for many of the other features that come with your handset. It’s the processor that determines the quality of screen,...

Android phones can now work as Google TV remote

Google on Thursday confirmed the rollout of a new Google TV feature that will let people use their phones and tablets as remote controls. Chances are pretty good that while you may occasionally, or often, lose track of the remote or wand for controlling Google TV, you’ll likely have eyes on your phone. As such, you can use your Android phone...

Google enhances the vehicle experience with updates to Android Auto, Google Assistant

Google on Thursday announced new versions of its Android Auto and Google Assistant driving mode experience, improving the ways in which drivers interact with their phones and vehicles. New to Android Auto are features that include recommendations for music, news, and podcasts whenever the app starts. Moreover, you’ll also be able to enjoy Gamesnacks,...

yeedi Vac Station review

Nobody wants to be a slob. Surely you were raised to keep a clean bedroom and personal space. The truth is, as we find out, things are easier said than done. You need a regular cleaning routine to maintain some sanity and sanitation. Thankfully, keeping that routine couldn’t be easier these days. Yeedi has made an attempt to make this even smoother...

Nokia offers up $300 G50 with big screen, big battery, and 5G

Nokia this week introduced its latest handset in the form of the mid-range G50. Priced $300, it can be pre-ordered immediately with shipping set to commence on September 30. Key details for the Nokia G50 include a generously big 6.82-inch display with a water drop notch for the front-facing camera as well as a 5,000mAh battery. Good enough for...

What is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888?

If you pay close attention to smartphones and their specifications, you’ve surely seen quite a bit of emphasis around the mobile processor. As the brain that powers the overall experience, the chipset is largely responsible for many of the other features that come with your handset. It’s the processor that determines the quality of screen,...

Microsoft launches new and improved Surface Duo 2 for $1500, pre-orders now open

Last year, Microsoft introduced the Surface Duo, its first Android foldable phone. While many were enamored with the device’s innovative hinge and large display, they were also disappointed by some of the Duo’s rough edges given the phone’s $1,400 price tag. Fortunately, Microsoft has learned from the criticism and has now launched the new and improved...

Hisense U8G Android TV Review

Over the years I’ve used a variety of Android-powered TVs and streaming dongles. Among them are the original Sony Google TV, Nexus Player, LeEco X4-55, JBL Link Bar, and Chromecast with Google TV. Google’s platform hasn’t always been the best when it comes to app support, which is why I’ve also used a handful of TCL Roku-powered TVs and streamer boxes...

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