iPhone 6S vs LG G4 Comparison

iPhone 6S vs LG G4 Comparison

One thing that I’ve learned from my years of reviewing iPhones is that people always want to know how other phones measure up to the iPhone. Everyone shows up to hate or to love, but they always show up. There’s a fact that people need to address. People care about the iPhone. Whether you hate it or you love it, you care about it. I want people to address that fact because I want to…

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HTC Announces the HTC One A9, and it’s Awesome

HTC Announces the HTC One A9, and it’s Awesome

Today, HTC had their Be Brilliant event, where they announced the HTC One A9. While appearing as a flagship, this is actually a mid-range device, which is powered by Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 617 chipset. I say it appears as a flagship because quite frankly, the HTC One M9, HTC’s actual flagship, doesn’t. The HTC One M9 was underwhelming. It gets too hot and the camera was mediocre at best.

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iPhone 6S vs Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Comparison: The Smackdown

iPhone 6S vs Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Comparison: The Smackdown

I’ve gone on record saying that the iPhone 6S and the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 and their respective sister phones (iPhone 6S Plus, Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy S6 Edge+) are the best phones on the market. In fact, I’d go so far as to say that they’re the only phones on the market worth investing two years into. Everything else that’s on the market is using the latest Qualcomm processors, which, to be…

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Unboxing Amazon’s $50 Fire Tablet, and First Impressions

Unboxing Amazon’s $50 Fire Tablet, and First Impressions

The tablet landscape is really changing. It started last year when we started to hear that Apple’s iPad growth was slowing. Microsoft made the Surface Pro 3, which was the first model that actually made us feel like the tablet could replace our laptops. Tablets have historically been consumption devices. They’re ereaders. They’re televisions. They’re game consoles. In fact, this has been the running joke. Apple responded to this joke with the iPad Pro and…

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How To Flash Android 6.0 Marshmallow

How To Flash Android 6.0 Marshmallow

Today, Google made the factory images for Android 6.0 Marshmallow available for Nexus devices. If you want to play it safe and wait for the OTA, you’re probably going to be waiting weeks. Flashing an Android image is super easy, especially on a Nexus device. You can use this tutorial for installing the image on your Nexus or for flashing any other image on any other phone.

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Android Marshmallow Images for Nexus 5, 6, 7, 9, and Player Now Available

Android Marshmallow Images for Nexus 5, 6, 7, 9, and Player Now Available

If you’re an Android fan or even just a Nexus owner, you’re well aware that Android 6.0 Marshmallow is rolling out this week. Well, if you’re in a hurry, the images are now available if you wish to flash them. If you want to wait for the OTA, you might be waiting a little while. Only 1% of Android devices get the update within the first week. Assuming there’s no major problems, another 25% get…

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Amazon Bans Chromecast and Apple TV from their Web Site

Amazon Bans Chromecast and Apple TV from their Web Site

This is really weird. Like, really weird. I almost want to say that in a couple days, we’re either going to find out that this was a hoax a joke or Amazon is going to go back on its word here. Apple TV and Chromecast are no longer allowed on Amazon.com. Well, as of October 29, they will no longer be sold.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Review: The Best Android Phone

Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Review: The Best Android Phone

I know that the title is going to catch a lot of shit, because when you say that anything is the best of anything, well, let’s just say this is the Internet. Except it’s true. The sad truth is that the Android market is in a pretty terrible state. Most OEMs are using the Snapdragon 810 in their flagships, which has a well known throttling issue. Other OEMs are using the Snapdragon 808, which is…

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Google has Some New Chromecasts to Show Us

Google has Some New Chromecasts to Show Us

Today, Google unveiled quite a bit of new hardware, including two new Nexuses and two new Chromecasts. I live streamed part of the event but I missed the part about the Chromecasts. I read up on them on The Verge. So here’s what got me… But the newest video streaming stick comes with some notable updates that will likely make it a no-brainer upgrade for Chromecast devotees. In some ways Google’s just playing catch-up, but…

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Android 6.0 Marshmallow will Roll Out to Nexus Devices Next Week

Android 6.0 Marshmallow will Roll Out to Nexus Devices Next Week

We’ve done quite a bit of work on reviewing the Android M and Android 6.0 Marshmallow developer previews. Today, Google announced that Android 6.0 Marshmallow will begin rolling out to Nexus devices next week. Of course, Android Marshmallow will come in staged rollouts, which means that only about 1% of Nexus devices will receive the update next week and only another 25% will receive the update in the following week. Of course, you can always…

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