A few days ago I decided to go all-in to test Microsoft’s suite of Android apps on my Moto Z2 Play. After letting things settle
With Microsoft’s long drawn out exit from the smartphone market coming to an official close last week, they company has turned it’s attention to bringing
A primer on the Bluetooth controlled Quell wearable TENS pain control device I've been wearing for 1 month. So far excellent results.
Android is great at a lot of things. It’s customizable, extensible, versatile, and a whole lot more. One thing it does get knocked for is
Monday Looms, count the seconds of the workweek down in style with the Huawei Android Wear Smartwatch for $199
It’ll be Monday you’re reading this if you’re watching the Super Bowl; [Congratulation!|I’m so sorry!] I can’t believe your team [WON!|lost.] How would you like
Other suggestion I got from /r/ and XDA: I tried fastboot boot TWRP or cyanogenmod recovery, no luck, bootloops. I received the 6P from my father
I have a 64GB Nexus 6P, I was running CM 13-official (Marshmallow). I AM having the battery/shutdown failure we’ve talked about: Your 6P is sick?
I’ll be doing a full writeup on this app, and how I use my Pebble (Original) to even better track my sleep, but right
This is a follow up to: Your 6P is sick? And yours? And Yours? And YOURS? AND YOURS? MINE TOO! tl;dr; Go tell Google your phone
Apparently the OEM that made Pebble’s watches wasn’t paid, so didn’t ship to pebble, hence Kickstarter backers getting refunds not products. The OEM then sold all