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iPhone 6S getting iOS 14 is like the Galaxy S6 getting Android 11. Imagine that.

C. Scott Brown June 24, 2020 4039 shares

Realme needs to walk before it can run

Dhruv Bhutani June 24, 2020 159 shares

iOS just got widgets and an app library. Where have we seen those before?

Adamya Sharma June 23, 2020 2572 shares

The HTC U20 5G shows a tragic lack of ambition (Update: Video!)

Oliver Cragg June 22, 2020 269 shares

Your regular reminder: More phone cameras do not equal better quality photos

Don't make the mistake of thinking four cameras are automatically better than three or two.
Hadlee SimonsJune 21, 2020977 shares

Call me crazy, but I think I’m trading in my Pixel 4 XL for the Pixel 4a

After mulling over the Pixel 4a rumors, I think this will be my next phone.
Jimmy WestenbergJune 21, 2020855 shares

This missing feature is stopping Spotify from being the perfect music app

Where's the cloud music locker, Spotify?
Dhruv BhutaniJune 20, 2020200 shares

Was the Nexus series really that good, or is it just rose-tinted glasses?

We all like to think of ourselves as special. I think that’s the biggest explanation why we remember Nexus so fondly.
Bogdan PetrovanJune 14, 2020427 shares

Bring on the camera sensor arms race

Smartphone camera sensors are getting bigger. With great software, they could change the world forever.
David ImelJune 13, 2020203 shares

People still want phones with removable batteries, so why are they so rare?

In 2020, we have precious few phones for practical people.
Bogdan PetrovanJune 13, 2020837 shares

Android 11 is just a subtle upgrade, and that’s OK

The giant UI overhauls we used to see are gone (at least for now). Android may be less exciting, but it's more reliable.
C. Scott BrownJune 10, 2020511 shares

The new OnePlus Z rumors make this old OnePlus fan happy

As a guy who owned the OnePlus One and many other OnePlus phones, I'm loving these OnePlus Z rumors.
C. Scott BrownJune 8, 2020287 shares

Android TV brands really need to address the Netflix button

The Netflix button is one of the more annoying practices in the streaming device space, writes Hadlee Simons.
Hadlee SimonsJune 7, 2020341 shares

It’s 2020 and USB-C is still a mess

USB-C is billed as the one-stop solution for all our future cable needs, but feature compatibility is a major problem.
Robert TriggsJune 5, 20207114 shares
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