We were in New York for the Droid Turbo 2 launch where a short 20-minute press conference took place in which the phone was dropped several times. And the screen didn’t shatter. We discussed what Motorola’s Shatter Shield technique covers in terms of protecting the phone itself during this week’s Pocketnow Weekly podcast.
The screen element is actually made up of two “lens” elements that are not glass, but a clear polycarbonate and acrylic polymer and therefore cannot be shattered. But the material is an easy exhibitor of scratches, so you’ll [...]
Has the GameBoy Advance finally come back in fashion or is everyone chewing on nostalgia gristle today? Is everyone on the Firefox Fx0 cool-aid? Are people forgetting that you could theoretically do this on your Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+, S6 edge and S6?
After all, it only would take:Using a heat gun to carefully warm up the back surface of the Samsung device to loosen up the adhesive keeping the thing together. Suctioning off the cover from the body. Scoring the chrome sticker to rip it off the cover, resulting in nails-on-chalkboard-esque sound (see video below) Reapplying [...]
The Moto X may be a spectacular little handset. Most of us here at Pocketnow have been smitten with the smartphone since we first laid eyes on it and Moto Maker back in 2013. And several of us now use the Moto X as our full-time daily drivers.
Regardless of how much love the Moto X has received from press and most of those who have used it, Motorola’s modest flagship hasn’t managed to turn the heads of too many developers, even with a dedicated developer edition. The Moto X development forums are barren, at least by comparison to devices like the HTC One and Galaxy S [...]