3 Xbox One Tips and Tricks That Rock

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Microsoft’s Xbox One console is roughly a month away from its first birthday and it’s barely recognizable. Hardware-wise the Xbox One has gotten a few makeovers. After launching last year in just black for $499, there’s now more choice. Don’t want a Kinect 2 sensor? Users can purchase the $399 Xbox One. Don’t like black? […]

3 Ways Google Wallet Beats Apple Pay & The iPhone 6

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This week Apple Pay arrived along with the update to iOS 8.1 and is set to finally deliver mobile payments to the general public. And while it has its share of problems, more banks are joining the initiative, but what’s even more important is how this will draw publicity to a service and technology that’s […]

iOS 8.1 Review: Everything You Need to Know

iOS 8.1 fixes some iPhone 6 plus WiFi problems.

On Monday, Apple took the iOS 8.1 update for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad out of beta and released it to the public for the first time. The update’s first week has been quite a whirlwind and today, we want to review all of the important things iPhone and iPad users need to know about […]

5 Xbox One Games You Still Need to Buy in 2014

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Slowly but surely, the first full year of the Xbox One being available on store shelves is coming to a close. Even still there are a lot of Xbox One games to hold us over into the New Year. For those who’ve already picked up Xbox One there have been a lot of thrills, including […]

Nexus 9 Release: What to Expect

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October is almost over and Google’s Nexus 9 release date is fast approaching, but before it arrives users can pre-order it today from the Google Play Store, or Best Buy. With a Nexus 9 release date just weeks away, we want to take a look at what buyers can expect from Google’s newest tablet release […]

Nexus 6 vs Galaxy Note 3: What Buyers Should Know

Premium features mean a premium Nexus 6 price.

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 3 was the most successful phablet to date, and it’s still one very popular device. It was released in October of 2013, and was just replaced by a new Note 4. Last week Google officially announced a brand new flagship phone that could be a worthy replacement for the Note 3, instead […]

5 iOS 8 Jailbreak Tweaks We Want to See

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With iOS 8 out in the wild and an official jailbreak to accompany it, users are starting to look forward to the many iOS 8 jailbreak tweaks that they’ll be able to install. Here are some tweaks that we want to see in iOS 8. There will no doubt be the classics that will make […]

Nexus 9 vs Nexus 7 (2012): What Buyers Need to Know

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After several months of reports and rumors floating around last week Google finally announced and revealed the brand new HTC Nexus 9 tablet running the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop. Now that the tablet is officially confirmed, many prospective buyers are weighing their options when it comes to buying an Android tablet. With tons of tablets […]

Nexus 6 vs Galaxy Note 2: 5 Details Before You Upgrade

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Samsung’s Galaxy Note 2 is what really kicked off big-screen smartphones, and it’s still an extremely popular device. It was released in October of 2012, and at this point owners are approaching their 2-year upgrade. Last week Google officially announced a brand new flagship phone that should be on many of those users radar. The […]

Why You Should Stop Looking for the iPhone 6 In Stock

It's still basically impossible to find an iPhone 6 Plus in stock.

One month after the new iPhone release it remains incredibly difficult to find the iPhone 6 Plus or iPhone 6 in stock, and if you do find one, you’ll likely end up in a huge line. It’s time to give up your daily search to find the iPhone 6 in stock. You don’t need to give […]

Nexus Android 5.0 Lollipop Release Date: What Not to Expect

Developers are working on a Nexus 4 Android L port.

With a Nexus Android 5.0 Lollipop release date all but confirmed for early November, we want to take a look at what we do not expect from the Nexus 10, Nexus 4, Nexus 10, and Nexus 7 Android 5.0 Lollipop release date from Google. Google’s Android L update was first announced as Android 4.4 KitKat’s […]

3 Reasons to Start Playing Titanfall Again Arrive

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Having launched this past March, you might think that now is the time to get rid of the multiplayer-only, first-person shooter Titanfall. Sure, it was great when it debuted on Microsoft’s now current-generation console, but in that time other games may have taken its place in your heart. Lately we’ve seen big name titles like […]

DROID Turbo Release: What We Know So Far

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Back in September Motorola released a new Moto X for 2014, the Moto G, and even a Moto E smartphone earlier this year, but that isn’t all the company has planned. A powerhouse new smartphone for Verizon is coming soon, known as the DROID Turbo. As if we didn’t know everything about the upcoming Motorola […]

Galaxy Note Edge: 7 Things Buyers Need to Know (October)

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With the Samsung Galaxy Note Edge release date making great progress, we want to take a look at the most important things prospective Galaxy Note Edge buyers need to know right now in the month of October. This roundup will cover everything from the Galaxy Note Edge release to the elusive Galaxy Note Edge price. […]

5 Reasons Not to Install iOS 8.1 Right Now

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Earlier this week, Apple released the iOS 8.1 update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. As expected, the iOS 8.1 update delivered a number of big time changes including Apple Pay, additions to Continuity, the return of Camera Roll, and a slew of fixes for iOS 8 problems. And after dissecting iOS 8.1 for a […]

Best Cheap Android Smartphones [October, 2014]

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Those in the market for an affordable smartphone have a lot of options here as the holiday season of 2014 approaches. There are tons of quality smartphones to choose from this year, and a few excellent options were released last month too. There are many expensive flagship smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy S5 or new […]

Why You Shouldn’t Buy the 128GB iPad Air 2

Take a look at these exciting iPad Air 2 cases.

The iPad Air 2 is now on sale, equipped with Apple’s Touch ID fingerprint sensor, as well as a new gold color option.However, if you’re still pondering over which storage size to buy, might we suggest to stay away from the 128GB version. The iPad Air 2 comes in 16GB, 64GB and 128GB storage flavors, […]

5 Reasons to Install iOS 8.1 Today

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Earlier this week, Apple released the iOS 8.1 update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. As expected, the iOS 8.1 update delivered a number of big time changes including Apple Pay, additions to Continuity, the return of Camera Roll, and a slew of fixes for iOS 8 problems. And after dissecting iOS 8.1 for a […]

Why You Shouldn’t Buy the 16GB iPad Air 2

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Apple’s new iPad Air 2 is out on shelves for the first time as a flagship replacement for the original iPad Air. If you’re thinking about buying the iPad Air 2 and you’re not sure which model to buy, we have some advice for you: Avoid the 16GB iPad Air 2 if you can. Here’s […]

iCloud Drive iOS App: When Is it Coming?

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iOS 8 an OS X Yosemite come with a new feature called iCloud Drive, which is essentially Apple’s equivalent to Dropbox and Google Drive. However, while OS X Yosemite has an iCloud Drive folder where you can drag and drop various files in and out of, where’s the equivalent app for iOS? The image below […]