This week was a pretty busy one in the world of Android – we reviewed the Samsung Chromebook Pro, NVIDIA Shield TV (2017), Xiaomi Mi Note 2 and Snapchat Spectacles. The heavily-rumored LG Watch Sport and Style have finally been announced, and we also talked a lot about Samsung Galaxy S8 (and S8+) rumors. Here’s the news of the week!
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Samsung Chromebook Pro review Does a stylus and support for Android apps make a big difference to the Chromebook experience? We find out, in this in-depth Samsung Chromebook Pro review!
NVIDIA Shield TV (2017) review The most capable and most fun Android TV box gets an update that slims it down and upgrades much of what made it a favorite last year. Should you buy the NVIDIA Shield TV 2017?
Xiaomi Mi Note 2 review Is the latest Xiaomi flagship just a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 clone, or does it have more to offer? We find out, in this comprehensive Xiaomi Mi Note 2 review!
10 best Valentine’s Day apps for Android Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. Are you prepared? If not, we have a list of apps to help you find gifts, get in the mood, and then some fun things to do once you’re in the mood.
Snapchat Spectacles review Does Snap Inc. still have a hit on their hands with their wearable camera built into a pair of sunglasses? Josh reviews the Snapchat Spectacles to find out!
LG Watch Sport, Style and Android Wear 2.0 officially announced Google and LG have finally taken the wraps off the heavily-rumored LG Watch Sport and Watch Style, and Android Wear 2.0 is finally official, too!
5 great Google Now Launcher alternatives Come April, the Google Now Launcher will be removed from the Play Store. So what are your options? Here are some great Google Now Launcher alternatives!
So the Galaxy S8 and LG G6 look kinda similar, huh? Considering recent leaks of both the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the LG G6, it looks like we’re going to be getting two very similar looking flagships this year.
How can Apple still sell iPhones at record average selling prices? Last quarter, Apple set several new records: most iPhones sold, highest revenue ever, and highest average selling price for the iPhone. Here’s how it works.
Why and how do OEMs cheat on benchmarking? – Gary explains Benchmark cheating is back in the news, this time the culprits are OnePlus and Meizu. So why and how do OEMs cheat on benchmarking scores? Let me explain.
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