Samsung S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite: Who are they actually for?

Robert Triggs January 11, 2020 408 shares

The iPhone turns 13 today and there's been nothing like it since

C. Scott Brown January 9, 2020 436 shares

Sprint's sacrifice of Virgin Mobile USA is a worrying shame

Eric Zeman January 8, 2020 74 shares

The Neon 'artificial human' presentation at CES 2020 was a trainwreck

C. Scott Brown January 8, 2020 211 shares

From OnePlus to Huawei and back again: What I learned from switching brands

Switching from one phone brand to another has its pros and cons. Here's what you have to consider before taking the plunge.
Mitja RutnikJanuary 4, 20201158 shares

My stance on the headphone jack hasn’t changed, but I have

As true wireless earbuds take off, the headphone jack is still useful. I'm just not using it much anymore.
Tristan RaynerJanuary 3, 2020179 shares

Will Google undermine the Pixel 4a to make the Pixel 4 look better?

Is Google changing strategy for the second budget Pixel phone?
Oliver CraggJanuary 2, 2020206 shares

Now that I own $350 headphones, I know why people pay $350 for headphones

With headphones, the familiar phrase "you get what you pay for" rings true.
C. Scott BrownDecember 29, 20191549 shares

When Samsung’s Exynos was the best flagship chipset for Android

Qualcomm wasn't always the top dog, and the Samsung Exynos 7420 proved that back in 2015.
Hadlee SimonsDecember 28, 20191130 shares

Samsung is getting better at software updates, and others should take notice

Samsung has really stepped up its game in recent months regarding Android updates.
Phillip PradoDecember 23, 20192111 shares

From Pixel 4 XL to the Pixel 2 XL: What I learned from downgrading

I temporarily downgraded to a Pixel 2 XL. Here's what it was like, and what I learned.
Andrew GrushDecember 22, 2019296 shares

Buy a Pixel if you want timely updates… Oh wait.

With the late Pixel 4 updates, Google is damaging one of the few areas where it has a stellar reputation as a phone maker.
Bogdan PetrovanDecember 22, 2019398 shares

Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 765 and 7c chipsets are bigger deals than you might think

Forget the Snapdragon 865, the Snapdragon 765 and Snapdragon 7c will be the biggest game-changers in 2020.
Robert TriggsDecember 19, 2019341 shares

Google should really offer a Pixel upgrade program

Why doesn't this exist yet?
Jimmy WestenbergDecember 18, 2019252 shares
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