The decision to use its own Exynos SoC and not Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 810 in the Galaxy S6 has generated a lot of fuss. What is Samsung up to? Is it the right move? What impact is it going to have on the mobile market?
The Galaxy S6 Edge seeks to justify a premium price point over the standard S6, yet drops everything that made the Note Edge special. Personally, I’m not buying it.
In our latest segment, we talk about how the Google Play Store could improve transparency and control of in-app purchases to give us a better experience.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 brings quite a few positive changes to the table, but also has come under criticism for its lack of microSD and a removable battery. So why did Samsung ditch these staple features?
Can incoming CEO Cher Wang turn things around at HTC? We take a look at the co-founder’s appointment and discuss whether she’ll bring a change of direction to the Taiwanese manufacturer.
In January, I ordered a phone. It was, defective. What seemed like a simple return ended up a 2 month+ test of patience and confidence in online shopping.
Samsung has gone premium with its design, but the S6 Edge also offers some real innovation. How does it measure up and should it be Samsung’s flagship device?
Just what makes a technological achievement notable, and what drives the desire to engineer quality technology?
Smartphones are really handy assistants for any shopping spree. They help us compare prices, check reviews, and pull the trigger on purchases, but they could be doing more. Retail will never be the same again.
Yesterday Nintendo announced a major milestone in its history: a partnership with mobile game publisher DeNA to use Mario and Company. How can this be good?