by Stephen Schenck | October 17, 2013 7:04 AM
We're finally going full-circle on the stylus. Back in the Windows Mobile days, the stylus was king, and if you wanted any kind of precision with that less-than-touch-friendly UI on those tiny screens, you absolutely had to have one. But as capacitive displays rose to prominence, the once-noble stylus fell by the wayside, sticking out like a sore thumb, a banner of a previous era. As the years went on, the stylus seemed to fade away from our collective consciousness, but then a little over two years ago, at the 2011 IFA, Samsung debuted the original Galaxy Note with its S Pen. Since then, ...
by Stephen Schenck | October 10, 2013 11:07 AM
While LG's been finding itself in the news enough lately, those most recent incidents have focused on things like the Nexus 5 or on this upcoming model with flexible display tech; what about regular old LG smartphones? Right at the end of September, we heard about an LG G Pro Lite Dual, a more budget-conscious version of the G Pro from earlier in the year, sacrificing resolution and processing power but keeping a big battery and camera. Today, LG finally goes official with the handset, dropping the Dual from its name and announcing the G Pro Lite. Don't get us wrong – even with the ...
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