Samsung has no plans of attending IFA 2020

Lovers of technology, we have been used to several technology events throughout the year. However, the only big event we had this year so far was the CES 2020. The reason is that it’s nearly impossible and unsafe to gather people on public technology events due to the risk of COVID-19 further expansion through these […]

ZTE Blade A3v appears on Google Play Listing

A new smartphone from ZTE has made its arrival on the Google Play Console. The device in question bears the model name Z5157V. Looking at the specifications it seems to be quite similar to the Blade A3 Prime launched on Yahoo Mobile and Visible earlier this month with a $99 price tag. Apparently, the new […]

Apple patents suggest thinner buttons with programmable feedback on iPhones

Apple is not very satisfied with the fact that physical buttons are there to take space. In 2017, the company finally removed the home button aka Touch ID, which resulted in the iPhone X featuring the hideous wide-notch and slimmer bezel. Not so small, I know. Now, the company wants to give a further step […]

Tuesday Poll: Sticking With YouTube TV at $65/Month?

YouTube TV is now $65/month. Already we’re seeing plenty of people on social media saying they’re going to be cancelling their service, so it’s time to poll our readers and see how they’re feeling about it. YouTube says they had to raise prices because the cost of content is rising. That’s a funny thing to […]

Google, It’s Time for a Pixel Watch

Back in 2019, after learning that Google was close to releasing its first Pixel Watch alongside the original Pixel phone, I made the argument that it was the right call then to distance themselves from Wear OS and that they also shouldn’t release a Pixel Watch that year either. The reason there was pretty simple […]

Google’s Nearby Sharing Feature is Finally in Beta Testing

We’ve been discussing Google’s Nearby Sharing function for Android, similar to Apple’s AirDrop, since this past January. Well, it appears the feature is actually rolling out to select people enrolled in the Play Services beta, which is fantastic news. The feature allows you to quickly share items on your phone with another user around you, […]

YouTube TV Adds Viacom Channels, Jacks Up Price to $65

YouTube TV subscribers are going to have to take a serious look at whether or not this cutting-the-cord experiment is still worth it. I say that because today, the company announced that another price increase is coming as new channels have been added. Starting today for new customers, YouTube TV will jump from $49.99/mo to […]

Massachusetts Residents Eligible for $25 Nest Thermostat E

Today’s a good day to be a Massachusetts resident, as the Mass Save Marketplace is hosting a huuuge sale on Nest products, including $25(!!!) Nest Thermostat E units. That’s basically free compared to their typical market price of $169. Here’s the rundown of deals. In order to claim these deals, you absolutely need to have […]

Spotify Just Launched Lyrics in a Ton of New Markets

Spotify is partnering with Musixmatch to bring lyrics to a ton of countries this week outside of the markets that already have support for them. The feature should be live this morning for the following markets, which include some pretty big population areas such as Hong Kong, Taiwan, Philippines, and more. Markets Getting Spotify Lyrics […]