Can the LG V30 survive FULL TODDLER STRENGTH! My daughter pushes MIL-STD-810G to its limits! So this is why we should all probably keep cases on our phones these days. Expensive devices are super fragile…
IFA 2017 has just started, crowds of people are checking out the newest consumer electronics, but I’m all done. One last day on the show floor. One last night in Berlin.
A little behind the scenes action on how we survive media events and trade shows.
I can finally tell you all that I’m using the LG V30 as my vlogging camera. I may have found my phone of the year, but of course, someone had to ruin my view at the LG press event… Sigh…
Up, up, and away! It’s a long trip, but Berlin is a hell of a town. Heading out to cover IFA 2017, play with some cool new gadgets, but I have to get there first. Man I wish I could sleep on airplanes…
The folks at UAG heard about my experiences wrecking a Galaxy Note 5 and took pity on me. It would be more accurate to say they took pity on my other review gadgets, and they sent over a trio of rugged bumper cases.
Checking out solutions for the Galaxy S6 Edge+, Apple iPhone 6S, and LG V10, it was interesting seeing which phones needed more protection, and which phones felt like this case might be overkill. Here are full reviews for all three cases!
UAG Case for Galaxy S6 Edge+
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LG is not going quiet, wrapping up 2015 with a bang. The V10 represents a new product line for the company, focusing on premium build materials and features built to entice power users and content creators. Is the experiment a successful one? Let’s take a look!
Shop for the LG V10 and Accessories on Amazon http://goo.gl/VfsYNn
LG V10 Camera Review https://youtu.be/o–PYXyd0lc
LG V10 Speaker Test https://youtu.be/pREcGsQ1Heg
Continue reading “LG V10 Review: A Fashionable Phablet for Smartphone Power Users”
Utilizing their mapping data, and monitoring trends from homes with panels already installed, Google will be creating a database for home owners to search. Answering questions like how much sun a roof might receive, what options they have for installation in their area, and what the costs versus savings might look like.
The project is only currently supporting three cities, Boston, San Francisco, and Fresno, but knowing Google’s ability to traffic this kind of data, I would imagine the project will grow quickly. How do you not easily add a city like Phoenix or Albuquerque right?
Hit the Project Sunroof site for more info.