Just like every popular phone, the Google Pixel 3 duo got the teardown treatment courtesy of iFixit. We see a fairly average construction, a bit more difficult than last year’s model. The final score is 4 out of 10, which isn’t very good.
However, that’s not the interesting tidbit. The ... Read More »
The United States is starting to develop a grid of EV chargers for electric vehicles, thanks to the automobiles starting to become more prevalent on the streets. So of course Google is going to try and help with finding charging stations as people drive from one location to another.
With most Android phones, we get to enjoy a lot of standards like USB Type-C and microSD external storage (on the few phones that still feature it). We get to avoid a lot of the proprietary junk from other manufacturers and the licensing costs that are often associated with it.
After a lot of hype, Huawei has launched the Mate 20 series, including the Mate 20, Mate 20 Pro, Mate 20 X, and Porsche Design Mate 20 RS. The massive smartphones constitute a new flagship series for Huawei, a brand that has struggled with public image recently. ... Read More »
As smartphones, especially the flagship models, continue to get more expensive, spreading out the cost with installment plans from the major wireless carriers (or manufacturers, when available) is a nice way to help reduce the sticker shock. And it looks like T-Mobile is toying with the idea of letting ... Read More »
What’s better than RGB? Well nothing really, unless the answer is more RGB. The release of the Razer Phone 2 brought a beautiful Razer logo illuminated in RGB with Chroma lighting effects, matching the companies gaming peripherals. RGB may be a running ... Read More »
The Montblanc Summit 2 launched today, and it’s the first smartwatch to include the Snapdragon Wear 3100 chipset that Qualcomm announced last month. The focus of the Snapdragon Wear 3100 is ... Read More »