Another day, another alleged OnePlus 5T render springs from the guts of the Chinese tech blogosphere or thereabouts. It doesn’t reveal much else than what we already know – the 5T will likely be a taller, narrower handset due to the new 18:9 aspect ratio of the 6″ display – but it is clearer than previous alleged renders, and will keep your wheels spinning until OnePlus gets on stage next week to actually announce it.
The iPhone X goes on sale today and large queues have already formed in front of multiple Apple Stores around the world. Heck, even black market prices are nearing the $3,000-mark, which is crazy no matter how you look at it.
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Back in February, during MWC 2017 in Barcelona, Motorola announced several new Moto Mods for the Moto Z and Moto Z2 series. Among the modular accessories introduced were the Amazon Alexa speaker and the Polaroid Insta-Share printer. Today, tipster extraordinaire Evan Blass sent out a tweet that gives us a look-see at both new MotoMods. The Alexa speaker converts your Moto Z(2) into a handheld Echo smart speaker thanks to the presence of virtual assistant Alexa. The latter will control your smart home, give you the latest news and weather, allow you to shop by voice through Amazon, and much more. …
One of the latest trends in the smartphone industry is throwing tall, 18:9 displays up front. For one reason ore another, some manufacturers claim they do that due to the obviously-impending arrival of 2:1 multimedia content whereas others are merely following suit for no explicit reason whatsoever. That said, one noteworthy upside of devices donning such display is simply how easier are they to handle compared to similarly-sized 16:9 devices. But we digress…
Google hasn’t been able to keep its upcoming Pixel 2
smartphone series under wraps, so we’ve already seen both devices (the 5-inch
Pixel 2, and the 6-inch Pixel 2 XL), while also learning quite a lot about
Unlike the Pixel and Pixel XL of 2016 (which shared the same
design, though in different sizes), the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL have fronts that don’t look alike. More exactly, the Pixel 2 XL sports a display with round corners and minimal bezels,
while the Pixel 2 has a more traditional screen with pretty large bezels at the
top and bottom. In case you’re doubting …
In some ways, Microsoft was ahead of its time, but the Redmond-based company did not always take the right decisions when it needed to. There are so many failed or canceled projects that Microsoft poured its resources into that we can’t think of what the world would look like with all those products in it.
Microsoft ditched a few smartphones, tablets and even a smartwatch. We’ve already covered the first two, so let’s talk about the so-called Xbox smartwatch since images of the wearable device have just leaked online.
Back in 2013, rumors emerged that Microsoft …