Last year’s Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 were highly criticized because of their fingerprint scanner placement, although this was ultimately corrected with the Galaxy S9 lineup earlier this year by introducing a new vertical setup. However, according to recent Galaxy Note 9 images, it appears the horizontal camera module may be making a return along with a repositioned fingerprint scanner, and here’s why.
The BlackBerry KEY2 has just been announced. It’s a reiteration of last year’s KEYone and it looks like this is the smartphone that TCL Communication wants to push as its flagship device. Rocking the latest improvements in software and hardware and introducing a few features for the first time ever seen on a BlackBerry phone, let’s dive in and see what it’s all about!
The BlackBerry KEY2 looks a lot like its predecessor from last year. We don’t mean this in a bad way, not at all. It’s a classy-looking device, with a series 7 aluminum frame, the signature …
It’s true that Square Enix’s teen drama, Life Is Strange made it to iOS first a few months ago, but the publisher promised that Android users won’t be skipped for too long. Today, Square Enix confirmed once again that Life Is Strange will be available on Android, but this time also offered gamers a time frame.
So, if you’re an Android user, you’ll be able to play Life Is Strange sometime in July, but that’s not the only good news. Square Enix announced Android players will get all five episodes on release day and full controller support.
You can even pre-register on Google Play Store …
The newest OnePlus 6 has just gone through our proprietary battery life test and the results are in.
Based on several incidents that we have told you about, it would seem that there is a valid reason to call the Apple Watch a life saver. The latest story comes out of Hong Kong where 76 year old Gaston D’Aquino was sitting in church, feeling fine. It was April 1st, and D’Aquino spotted an alarm on his timepiece telling him that his heart rate was too high. Familiar with previous situations where the Apple Watch provided a prescient warning to others, D’Aquino skipped Easter lunch with his family to go to the hospital.
At the hospital, D’Aquino told the doctor that his Apple Watch sent him, …
Just the other day we passed along the story about a Florida teen whose chronic kidney disease was discovered thanks to the Apple Watch. Today, we have a new report about another life saved thanks to Apple’s smartwatch. It appears that on April 3rd, 32-year old William Monzidelis was working at his family’s bowling alley in New York City called Bowlerland (it’s in the Bronx in case you’re interested). He was taking a bathroom break when he started feeling dizzy, and began to bleed. At the same time, his Apple Watch told him to seek medical attention immediately.
Once out of the bathroom, …