While Samsung, Qualcomm and numerous others are trying to carve out their own piece of the smartwatch market the Pebble continues to chug along like the little smartwatch that could. Just in time for the holiday buying season Pebble has landed on Amazon.
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Hopefully our Canadian readers managed to gloat about having the Moto G to themselves in North America over the last couple days, because now Motorola has gone and spoiled that for them.
The Moto G is now available for order in the US. The 8GB model is going for $179 and the 16GB ... Read More »
Now that we’ve sorted through all of the internal specs of the perfect Nexus phone, we thought this would be the perfect time to ask which manufacturer Google should choose to build this dream phone. We all have our favorite manufacturers and they all seem to have their own unique touches. HTC, Samsung ... Read More »
As you might imagine, we couldn’t do a series on the perfect Nexus phone without talking about the camera. Camera technology on smartphones has come a long way since the HTC-made T-Mobile G1 hit the market. Digital imaging sensors have shrunk while boosting the number of pixels they are able to capture. There’s ... Read More »
If you haven’t heard of ZTE, and you’re one who likes to go the unlocked device route, it may be time to take notice. ZTE is a Chinese telecommunications company, and by 2012 unit sales, it was the world’s fourth largest phone manufacturer. They’ve actually been manufacturing phones for carriers in the US for sometime, ... Read More »
The display of a phone may be the most noticeable piece of hardware. We stare at it for hours on end each day. But, those beautiful pixels mean absolutely nothing if the wrong processor is used to power the phone. Fortunately the major players only use the best chips on the market for their flagship ... Read More »
Last week we asked for your questions about the new HTC One max.We’ve been sifting through the comments and have handpicked a select few to feature in today’s Q&A feature. We’ll be taking a much closer look at the HTC One max in the next week or two with our full review. Stay tuned!
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When building the perfect Nexus phone, the display is certainly one of the most important factors that will determine the success of the handset. Over the years we have seen displays grow in size while pixel density has skyrocketed. The evolution of the screen can easily be traced just by looking at the ... Read More »
If you have not heard, the HTC One max is now available in the US. Sprint is selling the phone for $249.99 with a two-year contract or $599.99 if you can stomach the full retail price. Our good friends at HTC were kind enough to send us a review unit. We have been playing ... Read More »
As we dive deeper into our Building the perfect Nexus phone series today, we’ll be taking a look at batteries. When comparing specs between phones, batteries are typically the last item to make the list, but that’s simply because there’s nothing sexy about electrochemical cells that convert chemical energy into usable electrical energy. But when ... Read More »