Jumping directly to One UI 2.1
Samsung’s recent efforts to proactively release Android 10 to its flagship handsets left us impressed, considering the Korean brand was notorious for its protracted release schedules not too long ago. So far, at least, it’s stuck to the Android 10 rollout roadmap that the company disclosed in late November. After updating many of its recent smartphones, Samsung is now also attending to its tablet range, starting with the 2019 flagship. Read More
Amazon Fire tablets are awesome. They’re generally hundreds of dollars cheaper than iPads or even other Android tablets, and they are incredibly simple to use. Many families purchase one to share or even get Fire tablets specifically for their children. However, they don’t necessarily want to give the kiddos carte blanche to do whatever they want on the devices. I’ll show you a few different ways to keep your kids from downloading apps or accessing content without your permission.
How to set parental controls on a Fire tablet
No, the answer is not “none of them”
Amazon’s Fire tablets are incredible values, but it can be difficult to know which models are worth your time and money. Amazon currently sells three models of Fire tablets, along with Kids versions of each, and refurbished versions of last-gen models also show up for sale occasionally.
Light my fire (twice)
Tablets are a niche market these days, but Amazon’s Fire series remains popular for people who read a lot of eBooks, or watch of Netflix and want something larger than their phone. Competitively priced at $80, the Fire 8 is already a bargain. Order two of them before March 16th, though, and you’ll get $50 off. Two tablets for $110 isn’t a deal to be sniffed at, so if you’re looking for a cheap tablet and feel like getting another one for a friend, this is the deal for you. Read More