Editorials and Opinions

Editorials and Opinions

Smart Lights on a budget [How-To]

Say you want to get in on the whole "smart home" craze that has begun to pick up steam, but you don't want to break the bank just to get your...

HTC’s U Ultra is the perfect example of why HTC is failing as a...

One of my favorite games journalists, Jim Sterling, has a segment that he'll occasionally run at the end of his weekly video editorial. The segment is called "Oh, Ubisoft". It revolves...

We don’t need faster processors and more RAM. These hardware features are where OEMs...

Your phone is a computer. It may be a little weird to think about your phone as the same kind of device as your laptop or desktop, but when you consider everything...

I don’t wear my smartwatch anymore, and that’s a huge problem

When I first got my original Moto 360, I remember being amazed at how cool it was to have a piece of tech like that fit so nicely on my wrist....

The Two-Year Upgrade: Nexus 6

Released back in October of 2014, the Moto-made Nexus 6 is looking a little gray at the temples. It's still a powerhouse, but if you still have a release-day model, you're...

Six questions for Android OEMs in 2017

2016 was a year of change in the world of Android. Gone are the days where all you had to choose from was a minor revision of the same phone with...

Amazon Echo vs Google Home

Google Home is the latest product off the line from Google, and it's entry in the connected home speaker hub ecosystem. That space has been dominated the last few years by...

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge vs. LG V20 (Smartphone Showdown)

Something a bit different this time around, AndroidGuys - rather than comparing last year's model to this year's, I'm going to pit two high-end juggernauts against one another. I'm not gonna lie,...

Samsung can win the hearts of its Galaxy Note loyalists by bringing back the...

I wrote an editorial yesterday about how I am still using my Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and it still hasn't exploded. The commenters in that post have inspired me to follow...

Breaking News: I’m still using my Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and it hasn’t exploded!...

Yeah, you're probably going to call me an idiot, or a whole lot worse for this article. Then my mother is going to call me and ask me if I really...

Which phones do we use and why?

Introduction Here at AndroidGuys, we see different people test different phones every day. Good phones, bad phones, and everything in between. But have you ever wondered what are we actually using? Which...

Google needs to bring back the Nexus lineup to appease its loyalists

Fact: I am going to get more negative comments than positive comments for this post. It's an opinion piece. I'm okay with it. The Nexus program was a project run by Google to partner...

9 Smart Home products designed to integrate with your Amazon Echo or Google Home

Google and Amazon are fighting for control of your home and that's a good thing. With two of the largest tech makers in the world investing billions into smart products, it's...

Why you should care about picking the right charger for your Google Nexus 5X,...

With the new standard in USB-C, we all thought we would have one plug to rule them all. Physically that is coming true with the fully reversible C plug, but there...

Editor’s Picks: Apps we think you should check out right now!

Welcome to another edition of Editor's Picks, where we show you our top picks for the apps you should be checking out this month! LastPass Nowadays everybody has multiple accounts, from social media...

Smartphone Reviews

Blu Life Max hands on and early impressions

We're at the beginning of a new year which means we'll be getting a lot of new gadgets and electronics from CES, Mobile World...

Nomu S30: A promising phone ruined by hardware defects (review)

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In a time where we have reached a plateau in terms of innovation in the smartphone segment, companies have to resort to doing things...

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