Project Fi Now Supports Tablets

Project Fi Now Supports Tablets

I may have buried the lead with that title. Project Fi now supports data only devices, but not just that. Project Fi now supports non-Nexus devices. Not only that, but non-Android devices. Of course, you need to have a cellular tablet to even consider this, which no one really has. I do, but most people just use their phone as a hot spot. The list of supported devices is as follows: Nexus 7, Nexus 9,…

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How To Buy Star Wars Once and Own it on ALL SERVICES

How To Buy Star Wars Once and Own it on ALL SERVICES

We’re less than a week away from the big day. That’s right! In just a few days, Star Wars: The Force Awakens will be in theaters! You know what this means, right? This means it’s time to prep by watching the old movies. Of course, you’re never going to find any Star Wars movies on Netflix or Amazon Prime. This is the same set of movies that took forever to come to DVD and was…

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Cortana Now Available for iOS and Android

Cortana Now Available for iOS and Android

The wait is finally over! You can now get Cortana on iOS and Android! Yes, I know. You probably don’t care. Windows users care about Cortana and if you’re a Windows Phone users, you’re probably a little upset about this. I hear people over and over saying that they’e not going to install this thing, but I can give you a couple reasons why you should.

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Apple Releases watchOS 2.1

Apple Releases watchOS 2.1

Apple seems to still be pushing out more updates today, as they’ve just released watchOS 2.1. This came alongside iOS 9.2, tvOS 9.1, Mac OS X 10.11.2 El Capitan, and Xcode 7.2. Note that watchOS 2.1 was the only one that we didn’t know for sure was coming, as there was no developer beta for the software. This isn’t entirely surprising, as when there was a developer beta for watchOS 2, users were upset at…

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Apple Releases iOS 9.2, Xcode 7.2

Apple Releases iOS 9.2, Xcode 7.2

Today, Apple released iOS 9.2 and Xcode 7.2 to the public. At the time of this writing, there’s still no sign of Mac OS X 10.11.2 El Capitan or tvOS, or even a watchOS update, but then again, Apple still hasn’t updated their developer site to reflect today’s updates, so anything could happen. Apple was pushing out new betas for iOS 9.2, Mac OS X 10.11.2 El Capitan, tvOS 9.2, and Xcode 7.2 weekly until…

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Apple May Kill the Headphone Jack, but I Don’t Mind

Apple May Kill the Headphone Jack, but I Don’t Mind

We’ve all heard the rumors by now. The iPhone 7 may be lacking a 3.5 mm audio jack. Do you like how my source link is a Google search? Seriously, one guy writes a story citing the omnipotent “people familiar with the matter” and a thousand other sites copy it, so there’s all of them. I want to start by saying that we all should have seen this coming. If you look at the trends…

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Apple Releases Mac OS X 10.11.2 El Capitan Beta 5

Apple Releases Mac OS X 10.11.2 El Capitan Beta 5

Apple continues down the road of the minor update betas today with the release of Mac OS X 10.11.2 El Capitan Beta 5. Mac OS X 10.11.2 El Capitan is not on the same beta cycle as iOS 9.2 and tvOS 9.1 anymore, so we didn’t see new beta releases for those. I would expect them tomorrow. There really aren’t any front facing features on Mac OS X 10.11.2 El Capitan and especially not in…

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Fourth Generation Apple TV Video Review

Fourth Generation Apple TV Video Review

If you’re an Apple user, you’re probably pretty excited about the new Apple TV. After all, you probably came over from the third generation model, which is a pretty big deal. I got my Apple TV on October 30, the day it came out. I’ve been using it ever since, on and off. It’s not something I use all the time, mainly because other boxes do the same thing, in many ways better. Have a…

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HTC One A9 vs iPhone 6S Plus Comparison

HTC One A9 vs iPhone 6S Plus Comparison

I’ve been using the HTC One A9 for about a week now. I didn’t get a chance to do camera tests until the weekend. The One A9 had the unfortunate fate of arriving on a Monday. Since then, I’ve been debating which phone to compare it to first. After all, the HTC One A9 is in a class of its own. It uses a mid-range chipset (so I know the trolls will show up if…

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Comparing the Third and Fourth Generation Apple TV

Comparing the Third and Fourth Generation Apple TV

I’ve been using the fourth generation Apple TV for about three weeks now. It’s fantastic. Is it the best set top box you can buy? Well, maybe if you have an iPhone. To be quite honest, it really doesn’t do anything that no other set top box on the market can do. If you’re living completely in the Apple ecosystem, on the other hand, the new Apple TV opens up all kinds of new worlds…

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