Huawei recently announced the Honor 7X, a mid-tier smartphone aimed at budget-conscious consumers. Spearheaded by the Kirin 659 SoC, it offers great performance at a price point where speed is normally an afterthought. Today, Huawei is making this $199 phone even more attractive by announcing a new limited edition color.
Staying inside during the coronavirus pandemic isn't easy for most of us. As important as it is to keep away from others, it can be challenging to keep to ourselves day after day. That's why mobile game developers are stepping in to help; many are making their games free for a limited time, to provide some much-needed fun during scary times.
As promised earlier this year, Neurable has introduced limited beta of a Unity-compatible software developer's kit (SDK) for its brain control interface (BCI) for augmented and virtual reality.
Mobile scanning applications are nothing new in the world of Apple, except that the majority of them usually come with pesky in-app purchases that stifle the entire experience and render some features useless until you pay for them.
Ok, I have to admit, I drop my phone around 2–4 times a week. I'm horrible at protecting it and I've gone through my fair share of cracked phones. Most of the time, once the phone is cracked it's just easier to get an entirely new phone, rather than have to fight your phone provider for a fix.
Verizon will be exclusively selling the ASUS ZenFone AR, which supports Tango (Google's mobile AR platform) and Daydream VR.
The east coast is becoming a hotbed for driverless. Sure, the west coast has all of its fancy tech companies testing self-driving cars, but we've got the goods too. Uber has brought the technology to Pennsylvania and will soon do the same in Toronto. (Stratford, Ontario, has plans to test out driverless too!) And today we got some great news: Governor Andrew Cuomo just approved of driverless testing in New York.
When an album sells a million copies, it gets certified as platinum and cements itself as one of its generation's biggest hits. When an album sells 10 million copies, it reaches diamond status and transcends generational gaps. But when an album sells well over 40 million copies, there's only one thing you can call it—Michael Jackson's Thriller.
Yes, "Safer Internet Day" is a real thing, and it's actually been around for 12 years. This year, Google again will be commemorating the event by giving away a 2-gigabyte storage bump for their Google Drive cloud service if you simply run through a security checkup.
Now is the time to act if you've been in the market for some must-have Android apps but felt like the price was a little out of your range. The Google Play Store is running a sale so you can pick up some high-quality paid apps—including the popular Nova Launcher Prime and Poweramp Music Player, among many others—for just $0.99 each. While there are quite a few solid apps here you should try—and with a two-hour refund window, why not try them all—here are our favorites you should seriously con...
News: Niantic Preps Multiplayer Mode for Pokémon GO, Plans Limited Launch of Real World Platform via Creator Program in 2020
Augmented reality gaming pioneer and Pokémon GO mastermind Niantic is putting the pieces on the gameboard to prepare developers and gamers for the launch of its AR cloud platform.
News: This Is How You Can Access Disney World's Limited-Time Mickey & Minnie Mouse AR Selfie Lens on Snapchat
Last week, Snap powered through a mountain of important software and (shock!) hardware updates, as well as a few very big business partnerships.
News: MoviePass Works Great for Limited Users, Everyone Else Should Seek Another Filmgoing Subscription
MoviePass was once the best subscription service on the market for getting cheap movie tickets. For the price and the number of films you could see and save money on, it was unbeatable, but recent changes to the service have made it less enticing. While it still works well for some users, others may have to rely on other options. Personally, I'm leaning toward the latter.
Both the Gears of War 3 Limited and Epic Editions contain a DLC code that allows you to unlock and play the Adam Phoenix character. The code is a little hidden, and unlike most DLC codes, isn't printed on the back of the manual. This guide from IGN will show you where to find the Adam Phoenix DLC code.
When you're personal assistant needs to handle your e-mails for you, it can be quite daunting having to give out your personal account information just so they can have access to your e-mail. And more importantly, having to battle for log in time might also be quite the hassle. With Gmail you can actually delegate your personal assistant so they have access to your inbox and can reply and send messages on your behalf, but they cannot change settings, passwords, or chat on your behalf. In this...
We love fresh fruit, but we have a small space in our garden. Here is how to espalier a fruit tree for fruit and a living wall.
tasktutorial shows you how to create a limited offer button, using Photoshop with this high resolution and informative video. You can learn how to create these buttons, using step-by-step instructions. You never have to leave the comfort of your home, and it's free to learn. This button is a must when you need to bring attention to a customer on your web site, to show a special offer that you may be having. With a variety of layers that must be used, this tutorial still makes it easy.
This video archery tutorial offers some tips for how to maximize the results of even small amounts of practice time. Quality not quantity is as golden for archery practice as any other part of life. It's important to remember to practice in the same kind of clothing the archery hunting would be occurring in. Watch this instructional video and learn how to make the most of limited archery practice.
Google is giving away a free holiday movie gift on Google Play Movies, so head on over and download Elf, one of the best, contemporary holiday movies out there—for free! But hurry up, this is a limited time offer. Screw those boring Christmas movies and enjoy laughing at Will Ferrell and drooling over Zooey Deschanel. There's something for the whole family.
Nexus owners in the United States are eligible to grab an easy $20 e-gift card from Best Buy this holiday season. All you have to do is install the Android Pay app and use it to make a purchase at one of the million-plus participating merchants through December 31st, 2015.
Now might be as good a time as any to change over from the 'Uncarrier' to Ma Bell. For a limited time only, AT&T is offering T-Mobile customers 450 bucks in credit to change to their team. Folks jumping ship from the Big Magenta could earn up to $250 in credit for trading in their smartphone and another $200 credit for transferring service. AT&T sure is working hard to snag up new subscribers, and if you've been looking for a change in carrier and to save some money to boot, you might just wa...
Cash in on Google's December Deals while you can. They had previously given away the movie Elf for free, and now it's time for some music freebies.
The Nextbit Robin, the world's first cloud-oriented smartphone, is on sale at Amazon for $299 plus tax, a savings of $100. You'll have to act quick though, as the deal only runs through May 10th while supplies last. Nextbit Robin, an unlocked SIM phone, was just updated last week, and now runs Android Marshmallow 6.0.1. It also has a unique storage system, with 100 GB of cloud space, as well as 32 GB of built-in storage. You can snag it in midnight or mint colors. Amazon Prime members will al...
According to a statement on its website, Quest Visual, the company behind the highly-regarded live translation app Word Lens, has been purchased by Google. This news has ripple effects across both the Android and iOS platforms, as it is likely Word Lens will be discontinued in the near future in favor of incorporating the technology into Google's own Translate app. For now, however, Quest Visual has made all Word Lens language packs available for free in celebration of their new deal with Goo...
Today Google Play turns 2, and it's celebrating by offering deals for a selection of apps, books, magazines, movies, and music. The deals certainly aren't "door busters", but they're deals nonetheless. While a few games have been included in the promotion, the discounts are mainly on in-app purchases, so they're not readily identifiable. And if you've been dying to grab the Grumpy Cat book but thought four bucks was just a tad too much, head to Google Play and grab it for two bucks while it's...
The rush to secure face masks and hand sanitizers in March left many Americans concerned for their safety. With an expected second wave this fall, consider stocking up on PPE now.
Infowars has a great new article on the myths of 'limited war'. It's a great read. Here are some excerpts:
Check out the new FarmVille Limited Time Crafting Recipes! There is one recipe for each of the crafting buildings and they all use the limited edition White Pumpkins!
Black Roses are here! These are the first of Limited Edition giftable seeds that you can master! This was announced in the last podcast.
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Plant your seeds to find each collection item! Links
News: Get Creative in This Week's Limited Freestyle Server Challenge (Plus, Last Week's Futuristic Build Winners)
Welcome to Minecraft World! Check out our tutorials, post to the community corkboard, and come play on our free server!
The genius of the U.S Constitution is that it spreads the power of government both within the national government and between the federal government and state governments.
Portal is game design milestone. Originally only available bundled in with larger cousins Half-Life 2 and Team Fortress 2 in The Orange Box, its creators, Valve Software, changed what first person gameplay could be. It's been a stand alone product for much of the four years since its release, but never an expensive one, usually available for $5 on Steam (also created by Valve). If that barrier to entry was too high for you, or you just never got around to trying it, there are no more excuses....
Expires 10/26 at midnight. One day left on the Gemstone collection and now we can collect items for the Toy collection!
TextNow is a great App for the iPhone that allows you to, for a $1 initial fee, send unlimited text messages to any other TextNow user without using any of the precious limited texts on your AT&T plan. The App is very easy to use, requires only a modest amount of additional money to keep using it forever, and will probably wind up saving you money in the long run by cutting down your monthly billed texts.
Apple's anxiously awaited iPhone 8 with a 5.8-inch OLED display is all set to launch this September, alongside the iPhone 7s variants. However, according to MacRumors, which cites information from a number of Barclays analysts, stock will be very limited, and most won't ship until late in the fourth quarter.
Verizon has long been king in the wireless provider market, but recently it has had to step up its game in the data department. A limited data plan — with supposedly superior service — was no longer cutting it for customers. Many of whom left to take up the sweet, sweet offers of competitors like Sprint and T-Mobile. This past fiscal year, Verizon had a net loss of customers in the first quarter. Something that has never happened to them before.
Verizon launched the $80 unlimited prepaid plan this week and we've found that it actually isn't as limitless as they would have you believe.
Free trials are a great way to test out products before a purchase, or simply for the exploitation of free stuff for that limited amount of time. Some trials last a few days and some last even a month or two, but no matter what—these trials will always expire. But like most things in life, there is a way to get around such limitations.