Some providers offer HBO access to internet-only customers, who can then access the content online. An HBO subscription can also be added to services such as Amazon Prime Video, PlayStation Vue, and Hulu (HBO is not currently offered on Sling TV due to a contract dispute). If you have one of AT&T TV Now’s most recent plans, you won’t even need to pay extra. HBO (and HBO Go access) is included as part of your AT&T TV Now subscription at no extra charge. … [Read more...] about HBO Go vs. HBO Now vs. HBO Max
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The beauty of Wi-Fi calling is that it should work seamlessly. Assuming your carrier supports it, you’ve activated the appropriate setting on your phone, and you’re connected to a Wi-Fi network, then it should kick in automatically whenever you need it. All the calls you make and messages you send through Wi-Fi calling appear as normal in your usual messages app and call logs. … [Read more...] about What is Wi-Fi calling, and how does it work?
On our web browsing test, the Duet lasted almost 14 hours, which is again an excellent score and is more than three times as long as the Surface Go 2. This laptop will get you through a day and a half of work or more before you need to top it off. If you want to watch video, then you’ll be slightly less impressed with the Duet; it managed 12.5 hours looping our local Full HD Avengers trailer, which is good but not great. The Surface Go 2 managed around an hour less, which is the only battery test where it could compete with the Duet. … [Read more...] about Lenovo IdeaPad Duet review: Great Chrome tablet at nice price
We previously billed the GTX 1660 Ti as the best bang for your buck. Sure, this newer, leaner, and weaker GPU is by no means a record-breaker in its class. It’s essentially a GTX 1070 with a lower power draw and a smaller form factor, at a slightly reduced price point. That’s not exactly a major sell from Nvidia more than two years after the launch of the Pascal generation. … [Read more...] about Nvidia GTX 1660 Ti vs. RTX 2060
HP was first, but won’t be the last HP was first with Tile integration with its excellent Elite Dragonfly business 2-in-1. Nestled inside the chassis, specifically plugged into an M.2 PCIe slot, is a Tile module that draws just the tiniest bit of power from the battery — HP estimates a total battery life reduction of 1.2 seconds (!) from Tile usage. One downside is that the M.2 slot is the same one used for LTE, meaning that you can’t have both Tile and always-on wireless connectivity at the same time. … [Read more...] about Built-in Tile is one of my favorite laptop features to ever exist