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The highly anticipated FOSS-friendly Librem 5 smartphone now has its specs finalized and the pre-order discount is ending soon.
If you enjoy supporting your favorite artists by attending their shows, watch out for the AXS ticketing app. It could be a nightmare!
Smartphones are getting better at photography, but they are still lacking in the bokeh blur department especially for the portrait mode. Here's a fix!
Almost all email programs would notify you of potential privacy issues before loading certain emails. That's no longer the case, so you're probably being tracked now.
Some Windows tablets these days don't come with a pen even though their screens support pen interfaces. Usually, you have to buy a specific pen from the manufacturer. Now, Wacom has another option that actually works with a couple different pen interface protocols.
Remember when we had a video calling standard that worked with all mobile phones around the world so you could just call someone up and see them?
The reliability problems with smart watches and health tracking apps is a real pain, especially when that's the only thing smart watches are supposed to be good at.
The Librem 5 is a Linux-based (Pure OS) smartphone that has been in development for a while. How's it's boot up speed coming along?
Maybe it's time for professional grade software and hardware makers to team up and put together their own "Creative Pro" version of Linux so they don't have to depend on Microsoft and Apple anymore.
The internet is a bit upset about the latest news that many U.S. tech companies are being forced to stop doing business with Huawei. Here's a list of some smartphone operating systems, hardware, and other projects that might be good alternatives to the Google and Apple duopoly in the Smartphone business.
Facebook Co-founder, Chris Hughes, thinks Facebook should be broken up due to its monopoly and privacy problems. Maybe it should be forced to federate with the Fediverse, too!
In today’s day and age, the information superhighway is increasingly becoming a battleground for cyber warfare. The internet is an amazing tool for freely learning and sharing information, but it’s also being used as a tool to harm real-life “meat-space” humans, economies, and governments. Your computer is an extension of your brain. Don't let someone else control it. Here's how.
The Huawei MateBook 14 is a nice step between the more expensive MateBook X Pro and the smaller less expensive MateBook 13.
Sick of Facebook spying on your conversations, Apple pretending to care about security, Alexa employees laughing at the things you say, and Google collecting data from your email? The Librem One suite may be a good security defense for your smartphone.
It's a beautiful phone. Unfortunately, it's hard to justify the need for five cameras on the back when the image quality is a bit unpredictable.
We finally got our hands on the new Samsung Galaxy Fold, folding smartphone! Read on for our first impressions and a first look at Samsung's next flagship phone.
For $250-$300, the excellent battery life is worth it alone, but the Moto G7 Power turns out to be quite a good all around smartphone as well.
Today Motorola announces three new G-series phones ranging in price from $199 to $299. They've got all the features most normal smartphone users might need and there's even one with excessive battery life.
Optical Zoom is when the optics "zoom" or change positions in order to change the field of view and how the light entering the lens hits the image sensor
Wacom finally makes a professional grade pen display that's relatively affordable. How does it compare to the much pricier standard for visual creative professionals?
We've been waiting almost a year and a half for the high-end video camera maker to release their highly hyped holographic Hydrogen phone. It's finally here, so let's see how it does.
We've been fans of Samsung's Windows 10 tablet PCs for a while. This year, they're switching to ARM with the Samsung Galaxy Book 2. Read our full review here.
Samsung has decided to take a major leap in its second convertible Windows tablet by moving to an ARM-based processor and an always-on LTE modem.