Samsung concluded Unpacked 2017 earlier today, where the company announced the Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+ and new gadget accessories. After reading all the overviews, specs, and insight, we want to know your thoughts. Will you be buying either a Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8+? If so, which one? If not, why?
Nobody of us at DT saw this week coming! Things were busy, we got more Galaxy S8 leaks, heard about new Google app updates, got a new OnePlus 3T color option, and learned about new Android Wear offerings. But perhaps the biggest headline was Google’s official release of the first Android O Developer Preview. If you haven’t heard already, Android O is in its Alpha stage.
This week turned out to be a pretty important one at DT. We learned about future Pixel smartphones, new app updates for Gmail and Facebook Messenger, more Galaxy S8 rumors, and a taste test from Google called #MyAndroid.
Chromebooks for years have been the best alternative to PC-based and Mac computers. ChromeOS, the desktop operating system that runs on Chromebooks, is made by Google. However, the platform is open source, as is Windows, meaning that anyone can build a Chromebook shall they obey just a few restrictions. There have been lots of buzz surrounding Chromebooks lately, which is why we’ve decided to reach out for your thoughts.
Given all the headliners about US cellular carriers this week, we thought we’d follow-up with a simple poll. Unlimited this, unlimited that, limited, or not unlimited that, what kind of wireless plan do you pay for out of all the options? Or more simply put, who’s your current cellular carrier?
This week was all about smartwatches, or should we say, the entire past month has been all about smartwatches. Uncharacteristically, many Android Wear offerings launched over the past month, and will soon hit the market. Leading the charge is Google and LG’s new bunch, Watch Sport and Watch Style, the first to power Android Wear 2.0.
Ongoing subscriptions can cost you a bit of cash each month or each year. They add up, and unless you really need them, we recommend coming to an agreement with your provider before you end up wasting your hard-earned bills.