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Robert Triggs

Lead Technical Writer covering SoCs, displays, cameras, and everything in between. In his spare moments you'll find him building audio gadgets.

Robert's Posts

5 ways phones can still be unique in the bezel-less age

With near-bezel-less smartphones looking increasingly generic, here are five things that manufacturers could embrace in 2018 to make their handsets stand out.
by Robert Triggs3 days ago

After Assistant dominated CES, what’s next for Bixby?

With Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant dominating CES 2018 products, is there any room left for Samsung's digital assistant?
by Robert Triggs3 days ago

US 4G speeds up, as carriers battle with unlimited data

4G LTE data speeds in the US declined following the rollout of unlimited data packages, but they're now showing signs of recovery.
by Robert Triggs4 days ago

Samsung Exynos 7872: everything you need to know

Samsung has unveiled details about its new mid-tier Exynos 7872 processor, which is launching in the Meizu M6s. Here's everything you need to know.
by Robert Triggs4 days ago

What you need to know about Dolby Atmos sound

Dolby Atmos promises superior surround sound audio for commercial and home cinemas, but what benefits does it have for compatible smartphones?
by Robert Triggs5 days ago

What the heck is variable aperture?

Samsung's Galaxy S9 is anticipated to include a camera boasting a variable aperture. Here's what that means for taking next-gen smartphone pictures.
by Robert Triggs7 days ago

Sony eyes a future in 3D despite Project Tango’s failure

Sony is developing time of flight sensors that can map 3D environments, detect people, and recognize gestures, suggesting the company is making a big play for augmented reality.
by Robert Triggs1 week ago

The big story at CES 2018: Google vs Amazon (Video)

Amazon's Alexa and Google Assistant are going head-to-head at CES 2018, as the two battle it out to become the dominant smart home platform.
by Robert Triggs2 weeks ago

WattUp wireless charging powers its first product – smart underwear

Nearly three years after unveiling its long range wireless power technology, Energous has its first WattUp-enabled product heading to market.
by Robert Triggs2 weeks ago

Google Assistant makes its way to JBL headphones

JBL's new Everest Bluetooth headphone range supports Google Assistant, and consists of two over-ear and one ear-ear models.
by Robert Triggs2 weeks ago
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