How to Get the Apple Link Bracelet Look for Less

May 19, 2017
What are some inexpensive Apple Link Bracelet options?

Updated May 2017: All the watch bands on this list are still the best of the best!

The Apple Link Bracelet is a timeless, sleek, day-to-day choice for Apple Watch bands, except for one problem: the price tag. While some people are more than happy to pay a few hundred dollars for an Apple-branded band, it’s not always necessary to make it rain that type of moolah.

There are plenty of high-quality alternatives if you’re looking to capture the Apple Link Bracelet look without spending an arm and a leg, so here are a couple of options to consider!

HappyCell Link bracelet band
KADES Solid stainless steel iWatch band
top4cus Apple Watch band

HappyCell Link bracelet band

If you want the classic Apple Link Bracelet look for less, then keep the HappyCell Link bracelet band in mind as a high-quality, reliable option!

The HappyCell band is made with a stainless steel alloy that secures around your wrist via a butterfly enclosure. …

alcatel Idol 5 is now FCC certified

The alcatel Idol 5, which has already been spotted on GFXBench twice, has now been certified by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the United States. The device certified by the agency carries a model number of 6060C, and the listing reveals it is headed to prepaid carrier Cricket Wireless.

Two different variants of the phone have been spotted in benchmark listings so far – one with Snapdragon 625 SoC and 3GB RAM, while the other with Mediatek Helio P20 chipset and 2GB of RAM.

Other specifications include 5.2-inch 1080p screen, 12MP main camera (4K capable) and 8MP front…

Get this Wallet-sized Battery Pack for just $20!

May 19, 2017
There are few things worse than checking your phone and seeing that low battery warning when you’re far away from a charger. It can lead to some real anxiety. Battery packs will help, but most are so bulky that it can be tough to take them along with you.

Get this pocket-sized battery pack for $20! Learn more

But that’s where this LithiumCard Wallet Battery pack can help! It offers 1,200mAh of power in a sleek package that’s about the size of a wallet and includes a built-in Micro USB or Lightning Connector to keep your devices charged.

Best of all, you can get yours for only $20 — that’s 66% off the regular price! It’s available in your choice of black or silver to match your style.

This thing is compact, roughly the size of a stack of five credit cards. At 1/5 of an inch thick, you can toss this in your bag or jacket pocket and always have that backup power available to you when you need it.

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Join the discussion: Please, Apple, no curved display.

May 19, 2017
To curve the display or to not curve the display? That is the question! Join our forums and let us know what you think.

With the release of the Galaxy S8 and its beautiful curved display, some people have begun to speculate as to whether or not the new iPhone will follow the same curved path…


Matt Manahan
05-08-2017 08:32 AM

If Apple ever makes a curved screen, I hope they implement it differently than Samsung. I played around with the S8+ at Best Buy yesterday. It’s a beautiful phone, but I can’t get past that curved display. I hate the screen distortion it causes. I’m sure I’d get used to it, but I find it distracting more than anything else. It doesn’t seem to serve any purpose other than making it initially…

Some people say that they don’t care what the new screen looks like – as long as it works!


05-08-2017 08:45 AM

Nokia 9 poses for live shots: dual 13MP camera, 5.3″ QHD display, Snapdragon 835

The Nokia 9, or as we’ve known it so far – the Nokia 8, has landed in the hands of the folks over at, albeit in an enclosure meant to keep its design away from prying eyes. What it can’t hide is the connectors required for operation, and that means confirmation on the Type-C ports (as all of the new Nokias, so nothing out of the ordinary) and the 3.5mm headphone jack.

Nokia 9 prototype

The display is a 5.3-inch QHD affair (CPU-Z reports 5.27 inches) and the reviewers have measured a 530nits maximum brightness. An Always On feature has also been…

Samsung Galaxy S8 announced for China

As expected, the Samsung Galaxy S8 has been officially announced for China. The unveiling took place at a dedicated event yesterday at Great Wall Theater (located beneath the Great Wall).

“The evening’s speakers announced collaborations with some of China’s most popular gaming and video services, including Tencent and iQiyi, to optimize content to take full advantage of the Galaxy S8’s Infinity Display,” the tech giant said in a blog post.

“Samsung also discussed partnerships with Weibo, China’s massively popular microblogging website, and the WPS Office software, which will offer…

New Asus smartphone (X015D) clears TENAA

A new Asus smartphone has been certified by the Chinese telecommunication authority TENAA. Listed as ASUS_X015D, the device is powered by an SoC with octa-core 1.5GHz processor, and sports a 5.5-inch HD display. RAM options include 3GB and 4GB, while storage options include 32GB and 64GB.

The handset features a dual rear camera setup of 13MP and a 5MP front shooter. Measuring 154.5 x 76.6 x 8.85mm and weighing in at 175g, the phone runs Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box, and packs in a huge 4,850mAh battery. There’s a fingerprint sensor as well.

Source | Via

Moto Z2 Play is certified in China: 5.5-inch screen, 4GB RAM and 20% lower battery capacity

May 19, 2017
The Moto Z Play has made a name for itself thanks to the 3510mAh battery it sports. Add to that large capacity cell the power sipping Snapdragon 625 chipset that is found under the hood, and you have a phone that allows you to walk right past the outlets in your home, the office, the airports, or in the library. But the sequel to the phone, the Moto Z2 Play, is apparently not going to give users the same opportunity to go without a charge for two to three days.

With the Moto Z2 Play getting certified by Chinese regulatory agency TENAA (which is similar to the FCC in the U.S.) we understand …

Motorola offering $200 discount on Moto Z

If you are a Motorola fan in the US and are planning to purchase a flagship-level phone, you might want to take a look at the deal the company is offering: $200 discount + 2 year warranty on each purchase of the Moto Z (unlocked).

This mean you can get the handset for under $500. To avail the deal, you need to select the “Moto Care Accident Protection – 2 Years” option and enter the MOTOZ200 code at check out. The offer ends today (May 20) at 11:59pm.

Via | Motorola US