Jerry is an amateur woodworker and struggling shade tree mechanic. There's nothing he can't take apart, but many things he can't reassemble. You'll find him writing and speaking his loud opinion on Android Central and occasionally on Twitter.
Don't let the low price lure you. You can spend just a little more and get a lot better phone — one you won't hate using.
If you use Alexa or want to get started with it, now is the right time to buy an Amazon Smart plug because it's on sale for just $15.
Most new wired video doorbells need a 30VA transformer to work properly, and the one in your house right now might not be strong enough. Here's what you need to know!
You can save some money and buy a new-to-you flagship phone from the past, but should you? We looked at the last two generations from Samsung to see how they measure up to what's new on the market.
New Chromeboxes are coming for 2022 and beyond. But what's out there right now makes for a great purchase, too.
Building and selling the most powerful smartphone chip isn't enough. It will take more if MediaTek wants to try and become "the best."
Apple finally caved and has presumably made it so you won't brick your iPhone if you have the audacity to take it apart. Too bad the company didn't really do the right thing.
If any company can sell millions of flagship phones next year it's Samsung. How it can do it is yet to be determined though.
Everything is mobile-first now. To stay as relevant as it's always been, Netflix has to do something, but I don't think TikTok is it.
The best hardware Amazon has ever made might just be a "lowly" Wi-Fi plug adapter, and it's because of how well the Alexa software is done.
Google's 30-watt charger is expensive and your Pixel can't charge at 30 watts anyway. There are better alternatives including the charger you already have.
A lot of phone makers are moving toward becoming more friendly to the planet. Hopefully, they all pay attention to the one company that's already doing it.
RCS is the thing that makes your texts act more like popular third-party messaging apps — and Google is pushing hard to get everyone involved.
Google makes money from Android by giving it away to everyone else as the AOSP. It sounds crazy, but it fits perfectly into Google's business model.
Your phone does a lot, and much of it is AI-driven. So that sensitive data needs a space of its own with strict rules about what goes in or what comes out — that's the new Private Compute Core.
Google did a great job with the Pixel's Security Hub. Now it just needs to bring it to every phone that gets Android 12.
Google has rolled out its first custom chipset with the Pixel 6 series. Here's what you need to know about the Tensor SoC, and why you should be excited for the Pixel 6 and 6 Pro.
Phone carriers finding new ways to lock you in sucks. But sometimes you have to take advantage of the game whenever you can.
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