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Tristan Rayner

Tristan Rayner works primarily as a news writer during for Android Authority's European team. He also is involved with feature writing and more.

Tristan's Posts

Right to repair: Should we tolerate hard-to-fix devices for better phones?

Consumers want the basic right to repair their own devices, while huge companies fight against the same thing. So why do we put up with it?
by Tristan Rayner3 weeks ago

Why is interest in new smartphones falling?

There's no doubt about it: comparing the year-on-year data, interest in new smartphone launches is falling, and falling dramatically. But why?
by Tristan RaynerOctober 13, 2017

It’s not ok for billion-dollar companies to crowdfund

Crowdfunding has traditionally been a platform where the little guys get a leg up. But it's now become a place for billion-dollar companies to avoid risk.
by Tristan RaynerOctober 7, 2017

What Google buying HTC means for the mobile industry

As the hoopla surrounding the HTC partial R&D deal begins to settle, we take a look at what Google is likely up to and what it means for the wider industry.
by Tristan RaynerSeptember 26, 2017
 
 

HTC in a nutshell: What went wrong and what went right

Following Google's $1 billion cash injection into keeping HTC alive, we take a look at what went wrong - and what went right - with the Taiwanese company.
by Tristan RaynerSeptember 21, 2017

Why manufacturers should experiment more – the innovations that became a hit

Smartphone manufacturers over the years have tried a little bit of everything in their attempts to innovate - so we're celebrating breaking the mold.
by Tristan RaynerSeptember 20, 2017

Why your next premium smartphone will be $1000, and what you’re actually paying for

With both sides of the iOS vs Android wars set to offer their latest devices for within a few bills of $1,000, flagship smartphones are increasingly expensive. Why?
by Tristan RaynerSeptember 12, 2017

The Equifax hack, and how to protect yourself from identity theft

The credit monitoring company Equifax has been hit by a mammoth hack that is one of the most serious data breaches of all time. Here's what you need to know.
by Tristan RaynerSeptember 8, 2017
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