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If your phone had a second screen on the back, what form would you like it to take? Small, but useful, unique, or full sized awesome?
Samsung is set to release the refurbished Note 7...some time. But has Samsung already missed its window for releasing this device?
HTC fell a long way over the past few years. Now it's working it way back up the field and the HTC U11 is a good start.
The OnePlus 5 is a demonstration of how OnePlus is growing and maturing as a company, and it's pretty exciting to see. What will the future hold?
As a reviewer, there are certain items that you really look forward to receiving. Testing out the latest in technology is certainly one of the perks of this job, and the Royole Moon looks to be a potential revolution in entertainment and consumption. While the entire project is not perfect, The Royole Moon lays the groundwork for new ways of consuming media in the future. Whether you’re on a long trip, or you just want to kick back at home and enter a private world, the Royole Moon is a pricey way to do just that.
At its core, the Royole Moon is looking to put a compact, [...]
Last week, on the Pocketnow Weekly, we talked about the LG V30 and a slide out second screen it might have. Juan Carlos Bagnell Jules Wang had a conversation about flagship phones and established brands and whether or not it was a good idea to muck with those devices. For example, the LG V series is a solid brand, entering its third year of Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and suddenly there’s talk of doing something crazy with the flagship. But is it necessarily crazy?Don’t spoil a good thing
On the one hand, you’re messing with success. The LG V and G series of phones are, quite [...]
Samsung's Bixby delay is a major setback to a company that is trying to break into a new and established space. It's really unacceptable.
It’s funny when you think about it, but sometimes the stupidest thing makes you see something in a whole new light. Watching WWDC’s keynote yesterday it dawned on me. Tim Cook was just showing off the latest watch faces that were added to the Apple Watch OS collection. Like, who gives a crap about stupid watch faces, right? And Toy Story? 2010 called – it wants its cartoons back, am I right? But watching Woody and Buzz and Jessie flopping all around the screen made me realize something.Be better
Smartwatches aren’t watches. Well, ok they are watches, but they’re not just [...]
Mobile floating windows are making something of a comeback. Android O is bringing picture in picture to the forefront once more. But is that for the best?
Android Wear has been out for a while now. I’m a bit late to the party – totally get that. But I just got an LG Watch Style and I’ve been sporting it for a couple of weeks now. I like the watch, itself. It has a nice build and it’s, well, stylish, but Android Wear 2.0 keeps driving me up a bit of a wall, and I just wanted to clear the air. There has been some Android Wear progress, but I’ve had a few issues with the operating system and a few tweaks could really help.
First, I’d like to say, that I love the way Android Wear 2.0 handles things like emails. The archive control is [...]
Wowee wow that Essential Phone, huh? Andy Rubin, the father of Android has returned to the lime light with a big splash. A high quality, feature packed, new smartphone made with premium materials and engineering. And there’s a lot more to the story. This is a big deal, and it’s a lot to take in, but I had some thoughts I wanted to share.
My thoughts on the Essential Phone can be summed up in one sentence:
“OnePlus is making the Xiaomi Moto Z Mix, the Next Big Thing.”Let’s break that down
Now, there’s a lot in there, so let’s break it down a little bit. The [...]
Everyone is talking about Note 8 dual cameras, but would they be really necessary? There may be benefits to dual sensors, but Samsung is already king.
Is Android getting boring? If so, that's only because it is such a mature operating system, it's now time to focus on the nitty gritty details.
Carrier-made phones are nothing new, but the upcoming REVVL series from T-Mobile looks to be taking on midrangers head-to-head. Something to worry about?
Google Home voice calls, along with the bevy of other features introduced today will make Google Home the definitive Home assistant device.
The HTC U11 squeeze feature allows you to quick launch apps, but is it outside-the-box thinking, or just a gimmick that will be ignored and forgotten?
The OnePlus 5 is coming and we decided to take a look at what the best approach might be. Should OnePlus stick to flagship killing, or become a flagship?
The VerveOnes ME Review: VerveLife is taking some big steps forward and small steps back compared to its previous-generation Verve Ones+.
The HTC U is coming after the LG G6 and the Samsung Galaxy S8 launches. Is that a winning strategy, or another mistake on HTC's part?
Microsoft put on an interesting show last week at its #MicrosoftEDU conference last week. Along with the announcement of Windows 10 S came a brand spankin’ new Surface laptop. This is really great news for those who want to see a Surface phone, because frankly, Microsoft is running out of form factors. In the process of that announcement, Microsoft may have sent out some mixed messages, so I wanted to take a moment to set the record straight. Or at least how I saw it.Chromebooks beware
Listening to the latest Pocketnow Weekly podcast, there was some confusion as to how a $1,000 [...]
There are a number of ways you can lock your phone to protect it, so we wondered which one you use? Vote in the poll and sound off in the comments!
If Apple's rumored side-to-side, top-to-bottom screen comes to fruition, where will Apple's iconic Home button go? We debate the possibilities.