5 Best Verizon Phones [May, 2015]

The Droid Turbo camera can take great photos, but it isn't always reliable.

Those looking for a new Verizon phone this month are going to find themselves staring at a large number of options. With that in mind, we want to help narrow things down for those that are need of some assistance. Here, we take a look at the devices we think represent the best Verizon phones for May, 2015. In April, […]

How to Delete Your Galaxy S6 Browser History

In addition to new software there is an improved fingerprint sensor to unlock the Galaxy S6 Edge.

Lately privacy is a growing and top priority for many smartphone users, especially when we use our devices for anything and everything. Devices like the Galaxy S6 are pretty secure with a built-in fingerprint scanner for a lockscreen, but that isn’t always enough. If you happen to own the Galaxy S6 and would like to […]

iPhone 6s vs. iPhone 6: What We Know So Far

We think that iOS 8.3 is worth installing at this point.

As we push deeper into the year, we’re starting to hear rumors about the Apple iPhone 6s release. While the 2015 iPhone is still shrouded in mystery, we have enough to start making some early comparisons. Today, we want to compare iPhone 6s rumors to the iPhone 6. This is our way too early iPhone 6s […]

LG G4 vs Nexus 6: 5 Key Differences

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Now that the LG G4 has been officially announced and is coming soon, buyers are likely weight all of their options and trying to decide if it’s right for them, or if they should upgrade from their current device to the all new LG G4. Whether you’re looking for a new phone and trying to […]

SleepPhones Wireless Review

SleepPhone Wireless are the best headphones for sleeping you can buy.

SleepPhones are the best headphones for sleeping, and the Bluetooth model is even better because there are no wires to get tangled up in. Read our SleepPhones Wireless review to find out the secret to a better night’s sleep and why I rarely go to bed without the soft SleepPhones wrapped around my head. SleepPhones […]

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 vs. Galaxy S5: What We Know So Far

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We continue to see Samsung Galaxy Note 5 rumors tease consumers in the United States and around the world. With those Galaxy Note 5 rumors in mind, we want to take an early look at how the device is stacking up against the aging Samsung Galaxy S5. This is our way too early Samsung Galaxy Note 5 […]

How to Upgrade RAM in an Old iMac

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If you have an older iMac that is in need of some upgrading, here’s an easy way to add a bit of a performance boost to your old iMac. One of the cheapest and easiest ways to upgrade any computer is to install more RAM (a.k.a. memory) or replace the current RAM with more gigabytes […]

What Instagram Emoji Really Mean

This is what an Instagram Emoji hashtag looks like.

You can now use Instagram emoji hashtags that make it easy to share your mood with a simple emoji instead of a longer and harder to type hashtag. Let’s be honest typing out #gorgeous is a pain in the but, but now you can just use a new Instagram emoji hashtag to tell people the same […]

Samsung Android 5.1 Lollipop Release Breakdown

There is a confirmed Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge problem with memory.

As we push deeper into the year and further away from the start of Google’s Android 5.1.1 and Android 5.1 Lollipop roll outs, we’re finally starting to see details emerge for non-Nexus devices including Samsung Android 5.1 update details. Samsung Galaxy Android 5.1 and Android 5.1.1 release details continue to emerge and today we want to breakdown […]

5 Things to Know About Tony Hawk Pro Skater 5

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There was a time that a new Tony Hawk Pro Skater was something you could count on to be a success. Having managed to distill skateboarding culture into a game, past titles in the series added newer, complex experiences and wrecked the franchise. In the old games you could just ride around in different parks […]

Moto X 2015 Rumors & Specs Emerge

Read our Moto X 2014 review to find out why this is an upgrade and worth comparing to the iPhone 6 and Galaxy S5.

The second generation Moto X was released back in September of 2014, and has been one of the more popular smaller Android smartphones over the past 6-7 months. However, like all things, something new and better is coming. In March we heard reports of a 2015 Moto X release date, and now we have some […]

Android M Update: 5 Things You Need to Know Right Now

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With Google I/O 2015 just a few weeks away, we’ve finally seen one big announcement rumored. Thanks to Google itself, we now have a bead on an Android M update, an update that could very well be the Android 6.0 release that replaces last year’s Android 5.0 Lollipop update. At Google I/O 2014, the company […]

AT&T Galaxy S5 Android 5.0 Lollipop Review

Here is our Galaxy S5 Android 5.0 Lollipop review for AT&T.

After spending roughly a month with the Galaxy S5 Android 5.0 Lollipop update this is our AT&T Galaxy S5 Android Lollipop review that covers the performance of this major update for the AT&T model. AT&T delivered the Galaxy S5 Android 5.0 update later than Verizon and other carriers, but this proved a good move and so […]

5 Android 5.1.1 Release Tips for Nexus Users

Most users should install the Nexus 7 2013 Android 5.0.2 update.

After a bout of stagnation, Google’s Nexus Android 5.1.1 update is finally moving out. With a big Android 5.1.1 Lollipop release upon us, we want to relay some last minute Android 5.1.1 release date tips that should help Nexus 7, Nexus 10 and really all Nexus users as we push deeper into the roll out. In March, Google […]

LG G4 Setup Guide: 5 Steps to Get Started

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After months of rumors and speculation last week LG took the stage in New York City and officially announced the all-new redesigned and leather-clad LG G4. The new phone is a premium flagship device loaded with more features than most will ever need, and below we’ll be going over a few steps to help new […]

How to Create Custom Greeting Cards on Mac

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Whether you want to send a Thank You card or a Get Well Soon card, here’s how to create custom greeting cards on Mac. OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 was recently released, and with it came an all-new Photos app that replaces iPhoto and Aperture on Mac. It’s a simpler photo management tool, but it comes […]

5 iOS 9 Release Details Emerge for iPhone & iPad

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With WWDC 2015 getting closer, we’re starting to hear more about Apples’s rumored iOS 9 release for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. As we approach June 8th and the start of Apple’s yearly developer conference, we’re starting to see iOS 9 rumors swirl. The update, which was once shrouded in mystery, is starting to shine […]

Pizza Hut App Saves Woman & Kids

The pizza Hut app saves the life of a woman and her children by letting her order a pizza with 911 help.

The Pizza Hut app saved a woman and her two children from an ex boyfriend armed with a knife. The Florida woman sent a message to the Pizza Hut location after convincing her captor to let her order pizza for herself and the children. The woman wrote, ” Please help. get 911 to me.” in […]

How to Turn Your Apple Watch Into a Gold Apple Watch Edition

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If you bought an Apple Watch, whether it was the Apple Watch Sport or the stainless steel model, you might still be wishing you had the beautiful gold Apple Watch Edition. Here’s how you can make your cheaper Apple Watch look like it’s worth $10,000. The Apple Watch Edition is made out of pure 24-karat […]

Titanfall 2 Release Details Could Disappoint Some

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We’re learning more about a potential Titanfall 2 release window from video game publisher Electronic Arts and it’s not all good news. Weeks after confirming that there’s a Titanfall 2 game in the works, Electronic Arts is saying gamers shouldn’t expect it to arrive in the near future. The comments about Titanfall 2’s release date […]