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This is the Olympic Galaxy Note 8

by Joshua Vergara 2 days ago6 comments
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HTC U12: All the rumors in one place

by Mitja Rutnik 1 day ago5 comments
Reviews

HTC U11 Plus review: what the Pixel 2 XL could’ve been

by Kris Carlon 6 days ago26 comments
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Are you more excited for the Galaxy S9, LG G6 successor, or Huawei P20?

by Jimmy Westenberg 3 days ago48 comments
114 articles

What’s the difference between a Li-ion and solid-state battery?

Solid-state batteries are promising a lot of benefits over current lithium-ion cells, so we break down the key differences and what to expect.
by Robert TriggsNovember 8, 2016
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Segway miniPRO by Ninebot Review

Walking on our own two feet just isn't enough anymore for some people, there needs to be some style in it now. Does the Segway miniPro deliver this?
by John VelascoJuly 25, 2016

MIT researchers want to put a sharp 3D camera in your smartphone

MIT researchers have discovered a way to vastly improve the detail captured by small 3D camera modules, potentially increasing resolution by 1,000 times.
by Robert TriggsDecember 3, 2015

Watch out OLED here comes PCOLED!

Taiwan-based ITRI has announced development of its PCOLED display design, which could boost the lifetime of displays by up to 27 times.
by Robert TriggsNovember 26, 2015

Revolutionary material could cut smartphone display energy consumption

Bodle Technolgoies' zero power reflective display technology could improve the energy efficiency of future mobile displays and open up a new market in smart glass.
by Robert TriggsNovember 24, 2015

Researchers bring us one step closer to the ‘ultimate battery’

Researchers from the University of Cambridge have demonstrated a new lithium-oxygen cell that is 90 percent more efficient and more stable than previous attempts
by Robert TriggsNovember 13, 2015

Quantum Dot is promising for more than just displays

Quantum Dot technology is being touted as the next big thing for displays, but it potentially has other exciting uses for gadgets too.
by Robert TriggsSeptember 10, 2015

Sony developing 1,000 fps image sensor for intelligent computer sensing

Sony, in conjunction with Nissan Motor Co. and a Tokyo University professor, is developing affordable 1,000 fps image sensor technology for smart products.
by Robert TriggsSeptember 7, 2015

QuantumFilm image sensors explained

InVisage's QuantumFilm technology is promising superior dynamic range and low light capabilities for future smartphone cameras. Here's what you can expect.
by Robert TriggsAugust 20, 2015

Google and MIT researchers demo their photo reflection removal algorithm

Researchers from Google and MIT have shown off a photo reflection removal algorithm that can remove foreground obstructions from your pictures.
by Robert TriggsAugust 5, 2015
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