With so many quality devices on the market, picking a new smartphone in 2015 is as difficult a choice as it’s ever been. If you’re looking for a great value, the OnePlus 2 might be up your alley. If you prefer experimental designs, Samsung’s Galaxy S6 edge is a great option. Heck, if you want leather on the back of your phone, LG has a flagship device just for you. More →
Although millions of Apple fans upgraded to the iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus last weekend, plenty are still waiting for their contracts to expire or simply to gauge the reaction to see whether or not it’s worth buying a new phone this year.
One of the determining factors for many potential buyers is sure to be the improved camera, which we’ve been writing about regularly for the past few weeks.
Coming in just under the wire, Sony has announced the latest lineup of free PlayStation Plus games for October. It appears that the decisions were made at the last second this month, as the video which typically showcases all six games for the PS4, PS3 and PS Vita only includes the new-gen additions this time around. More →
Google might not be as well known for its hardware as it is for its search engine and the incredible apps its brings to mobile platforms, but after unveiling two new Nexus phones as well as two new Chromecast devices, the company took a few minutes to showcase a gorgeous new tablet it’s calling the Pixel C. More →
Wouldn’t it be nice if Netflix could just expand its library rather than trade out old content for new content? Sadly, that’s just not how it works, so you might as well binge on everything you can before these shows and movies disappear in the coming weeks.
Annie Hall, The Big Lebowski and This Is Spinal Tap are all unmissable if you’ve never seen them, so be sure to put those at the top of your list if you’re going to watch anything this week.
Every month, the Internet works itself into a tizzy over all of the latest Netflix additions and removals. Inevitably, one of the shows or movies you had in your queue is suddenly going to disappear, but it’ll almost always be replaced by another worthwhile show or movie.