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Why you should never buy a phone in the first month

by Adam Doud 2 days ago0 comments

ZTE Axon M review: dual screen, single-minded

by Joshua Vergara 3 days ago0 comments

An interview with Made for Google’s Blade Olson

by Jimmy Westenberg 3 days ago0 comments

OnePlus 5T initial review: first 72 hours

by David Imel 4 days ago0 comments
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Japan Display hopes to replace Samsung for a multi-billion-dollar OLED deal with Apple

With Japan Display looking to secure $900 million for a new OLED production method, Samsung may soon face yet another competitor.
by Brian ReighOctober 4, 2017

iPhone X’s TrueDepth camera said to be 2.5 years ahead of Android competition — and I hope it is

KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has suggested that the iPhone X's TrueDepth camera will be years ahead of Android. Here's why I hope he's right.
by Scott Adam GordonOctober 4, 2017

Here’s how much Samsung will earn from each iPhone X

A recent report suggests that Samsung could earn as much as $110 dollars from every iPhone X sold, which could result in some big bucks for the company.
by Scott Adam GordonOctober 2, 2017

Why are Apple’s chips faster than Qualcomm’s? – Gary explains

The benchmark scores for the new Apple A11 Bionic SoC are very impressive. But why is Apple so far ahead of the competition?
by Gary SimsOctober 2, 2017
 
 

Essential Phone has reportedly only sold 5,000 units through Sprint – but why?

The Essential Phone has only sold 5,000 units since it became earlier this month. Here are the reasons why its sales are so lackluster.
by Matt AdamsSeptember 27, 2017

Imagination Technologies’ £550m sale may ignite fierce GPU competition in China

Imagination Technologies, a UK developer mobile GPU tech, has agreed to a £550m (~$744) sale to Canyon Bridge — an investment firm backed by the Chinese government.
by Scott Adam GordonSeptember 25, 2017

$1,000 phones are an inevitable side effect of commoditization

Charging $1,000 or more for a phone may seem extortionate to many, but it's the price to pay if premium brands are to keeping standing out from the pack.
by Robert TriggsSeptember 18, 2017

Four reasons why I won’t buy the iPhone X

Apple's latest flagship fails to impress me in many ways. Here are four reasons why I won't be picking one up.
by Mitja RutnikSeptember 13, 2017

Will Apple embracing wireless charging finally make it ubiquitous?

Apple is joining a number of Android manufacturers in offering wireless charging with its latest iPhones, and Apple's backing might just tip the scales in favor of the technology.
by Robert TriggsSeptember 13, 2017

Apple iPhone X vs. the Android competition

After 10 years of iPhones, Apple wants to celebrate the occasion with the iPhone X. Let's see how it compares to the best that Android has to offer.
by Williams PelegrinSeptember 13, 2017
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