I know. It’s 2017, almost 2018, and USB-C is the standard for all the things. So you shouldn’t be needing any Mini-USB, USB-A, Lightning, or proprietary cables anymore for your electronics, right? Well, you may not need many (or any) of those, but do you still need your Micro-USB cords? Let’s take a look at a realistic setup.
If you’re looking for a new smartphone but don’t want to break the piggy bank, you’ve come to the right place. Here at Pixel Spot, we have rounded up a number of ways to get a little bling in your life for a significantly less hunk of dough than you may have thought possible. Towards the conclusion of the article, look out for a few warnings I felt compelled to share.
When it comes to an infected computer, there is not much a person can do except to try and clean it up. However, if there are tools that help you do that, it makes your duty much easier. Let’s face it: ad revenue is important to all web publishers. It’s important to us as well.
Razer’s gaming products are one of the most iconic peripherals of the last decade. For a lot of people, gaming products are synonymous with products made by Razer. In an interview with CNBC’s Managing Asia, Min-Liang Tan, the CEO and co-founder of Razer, said the following:
Snapchat, the photo-based social media and messaging platform suffered a major outage today. It started at around 11:00 PM EST. There have been numerous reports on Twitter, and the hashtag #snapchatdown is currently trending.
Google’s yearly hardware event launch is now over and Google’s Pixel brand of devices has now expanded. There have been a couple of big announcements. In case you have missed these, here’s a quick recap about all the releases this week.
Google might have added a slew of new hardware products at its launch event Wednesday, but it quietly tucked away its Android Wear smartwatch section on the Google Store. Now, the Google Store doesn’t provide a link to purchase Android Wear products. Instead, you’ll have to head over to Amazon to purchase them.
So now that it is official, if you are buying a Pixel 2, you will have to deal with the fact that there is no headphone jack present on this device. This means that you either
stick to the USB-C earphones provided in the box purchase your own USB-C earbuds, use Bluetooth, or use the dongle that is provided. A Google employee recently took to the Google Forums, trying to explain the situation at hand. However, Google’s response is flimsy at best, and /r/quityourbullshit at worst.
Yesterday, Google announced a whole range of new hardware devices—including the new Pixel phones. The event really testified to how Google is really serious about pushing their in-house products. Today, it looks like that’s further being displayed on google.com.
You could call me a fanboy, but I am not a fan of the AOSP launcher. If you are aware of my ROMing needs, you can probably guess that I am a person who uses Nova Launcher. However, I tend to stick to Trebuchet at times, too. I don’t need too many customization options, but the state of the AOSP Launcher is pathetic, and it’s good to see serious competition in the launcher space.