Google’s Pixel Watch could finally spark interest in Wear OS smartwatches

Google is working on a Pixel Watch. What feature does Google’s Pixel Watch need to make it a “must have” for you? Can it save smartwatches?

The HTC we knew and loved is gone

HTC is far from what it was back in the day, and it just doesn’t have what it takes to compete with the big boys anymore. Read to find out more!

The pop-up camera may save us from the notch

Would you rather have a smartphone with a notch or a truly bezel-less smartphone with a pop-up camera?

What Google needs to do for the Pixel 3 to succeed

The Pixel 3 will be the must-have device of the fall, simply because it will have Google’s name attached to it. But Google has a lot of work do to if it wants the Pixel 3 to be a mainstream success.
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Will smartphones ever replace computers?

In the future, smartphones and computers will continue to mimic each other’s features, but I don’t think the distinction between a computer and a smartphone will ever go away.
Huawei P20 Pro review

Pixel 3 could make Android fans finally shut up about the notch

Even though most Android fanboys know this, I continually hear about their disdain for the notch and how Android OEMs should be ashamed for copying the design of the iPhone X.

How to SIM unlock the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+

If you’re willing to call your service provider and hassle them for your unlock code, it could even be free. Check out the step-by-step instructions below for the best ways to get your Samsung Galaxy S9 SIM unlock code.

Xiaomi and HTC are the only ones doing glass-backed smartphones right

I’m not saying that every smartphone with glass on the back needs to show off the inside of the device, but I’m sure I’m not the only one who’s tired of seeing subtle variations of the same design repeated over and over again.

How to keep you text messages private on Android

Privacy Messenger is a great option if you’re looking for an app that can keep your sensitive conversations secure on your Android device.

What to expect from Samsung, Google, and Apple later this year

With the recent unveiling of the OnePlus 6 and the HTC U12+, it’s safe to say that the most important flagship smartphones for the first half of 2018 have been revealed. Based on what we’ve seen so far in the first half of 2018, is it worth waiting things out for the new iPhones, Galaxy Note 9 or Pixel 3?

Samsung Galaxy S9 Tips and Tricks

Whether you’re a new Samsung smartphone user or have been using Galaxy devices for years, the new Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ have a steep learning curve if you want to get the most out of these phones. Check out these Galaxy S9 tips and tricks!

Living with the Android P beta is actually quite enjoyable

Signing up for it on my phone was easy, the gestures were, for the most part, intuitive and I was saving power from all the new algorithmic features on Android P. And this is a beta version.

How to give your Android phone the Pixel experience

Most manufacturers install their own skinned versions of Android with custom launchers and apps. But since Android is an open platform, it’s actually quite easy to get Google’s apps installed and working on non-Pixel devices, and getting the Pixel experience.

Why it’s a good thing Microsoft has given up on its own mobile OS

As surprising as it sounds, Microsoft’s strategy for smartphones has shifted from being the platform that your device runs on to seamless ecosystem integration. The Company no longer cares if you have a Windows device in your pocket.

Google Assistant’s new calling feature is amazing, but you’ll likely never use it

Google has been working to integrate Google Duplex within Google Assistant which allows the service to have a human-like sound while also navigating the ins-and-outs of a conversation in real time. 

Xiaomi’s official EU and UK entry is a bigger deal than you think

Europe and the UK have always had plenty of options when it comes to electronics, but Xiaomi would be the first company to deliver compelling products without gouging its customers. Based on the company’s unprecedented growth over the past eight years, Xiaomi is well-positioned to take on its competitors in Europe.

Could the T-Mobile and Sprint merger be a good thing?

We’re still at least a year away from US regulators green-lighting the T-Mobile Sprint merger, but let’s take a few minutes to explore the implications of the “New T-Mobile” and its impact to consumers and the US wireless industry.

Google Tasks is exactly what we’ve been waiting for, here’s why

Learn more about what makes Google Tasks so special, as the company has finally decided to integrate services like GMail

Can we stop blaming Google for Chat’s lack of end-to-end encryption?

Google’s new Chat app is not even out yet, and already being criticized for its approach and lack of encryption. Read more as to our take of why that is.
Huawei P20 Pro review

The US government’s stance on Huawei is screwing consumers

I’m sure that the US government agencies had the right intention when they issued their warning against Huawei, but they didn’t offer any evidence to back up their claims. This is how the US government’s stance on Huawei is screwing consumers.
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Will the HTC U12+ have a fighting chance?

That’s the exact recipe HTC needs for the HTC U12 and U12+ for it to be a success – better support from service providers, a good marketing campaign and a pile of cash large enough to keep the campaign going long after the phone goes on sale.
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I don’t care what personal data Facebook has on me

I don’t care what personal data Facebook has on me. It’s a known fact that Facebook keeps tabs on everything you do on Facebook. And when I say everything, I mean EVERYTHING.

My love/hate relationship with glass-backed smartphones

You could say that the cracked back of my HTC U11 is completely my fault and I will agree that I share some blame in it. If I had kept in it a case all the time or if I would have been a bit more careful, the phone would have never chipped in the first place.