Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge and SanDisk 200GB microSD

The best accessory you can’t use with your Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 edge

The best accessory you can’t use with your Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 edge

By about 2 hours ago.

Samsung on Sunday announced two gorgeous Galaxy S models. Our early impressions of the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge is that they look and feel better than anything Samsung has ever done when it comes to smartphones— probably because they had good inspiration, some would say. But like any gadget, they’re not perfect, and some people will quickly find things to criticize, with one particular missing feature coming to mind that hardcore Android users will find hard to adjust to. More →

No Comments
Xiaomi YiCamera Vs. GoPro

Xiaomi’s GoPro killer shoots 1080p at 60 fps… and costs just $64

By about 3 hours ago.

Xiaomi’s GoPro killer shoots 1080p at 60 fps… and costs just $64

Xiaomi has made a name for itself by putting out hardware with incredible specs at insanely low prices — witness its $640 49-inch 4K TV if you want just one example. Sister site BGR India points us to Xiaomi’s latest exercise in low-margin madness: A GoPro rival that shoots 1080p video at 60 frames per second and costs just $64. More →

No Comments

Hit List

Blackphone 2 Vs. BlackBerry Passport

World’s most secure Android phone vows to ‘replace’ and ‘dominate’ BlackBerry

By about 3 hours ago.

World’s most secure Android phone vows to ‘replace’ and ‘dominate’ BlackBerry

How hard is is to “dominate” a company whose mobile platform has an estimated 0.4% of the market? Probably more difficult than Silent Circle, the company behind the security-centric Blackphone, thinks. As Gizmodo reports, Silent Circle security specialist Mike Janke was positively beating his chest at Mobile World Congress this week talking about the new Blackphone 2, which he implied spells the end of BlackBerry once and for all. More →

No Comments
Windows 10 Preview Project Spartan

You’ll be able to test Microsoft’s wild new Project Spartan browser soon

By about 4 hours ago.

You’ll be able to test Microsoft’s wild new Project Spartan browser soon

There are plenty of improvements to be excited about when it comes to Windows 10, from the return of the Start menu to inclusion of a fully-functional Xbox app, but the most intriguing development is the Project Spartan browser that will replace Internet Explorer once and for all. More →

No Comments

Game Changers

HTC One M9 Details

Video: Watch a replay of the entire HTC One M9 reveal right here

By about 5 hours ago.

Video: Watch a replay of the entire HTC One M9 reveal right here

We all knew that we would see the HTC One M9 this weekend, but we had no idea it would be the least exciting product announced at the company’s MWC 2015 press conference.

That’s not to say that the One M9 isn’t an impressive device — although, for all intents and purposes, it’s a remaster of last year’s One M8, there’s no denying that it’s still one of the best Android devices on the market… but the Grip and the Vive are what really kept us hooked. More →

No Comments
Apple Pay vs. Samsung Pay

Apple Pay vs. Samsung Pay: Why Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge might not simply just work

By about 5 hours ago.

Apple Pay vs. Samsung Pay: Why Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge might not simply just work

One of the main features of the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge is Samsung Pay, the South Korean company’s own mobile payment platform. But while Samsung suggested on stage that Samsung Pay will be significantly better than Apple Pay because it’ll be available in more places, it might not be that easy for the company to roll it out, especially in some markets. More →

No Comments
Tim Cook Interview Snowden

Tim Cook talks Edward Snowden, Apple Car and more in new interview

By about 6 hours ago.

Tim Cook talks Edward Snowden, Apple Car and more in new interview

As part of Tim Cook’s recent worldwide tour, which has included stops in Israel, Germany, and the U.K, the Apple CEO recently sat down for a far ranging interview with the German-language newspaper BILD (paywall required). The interview touched on a number of interesting topics, including Cook’s thoughts on Edward Snowden, Steve Jobs, and, of course, what Cook makes of all the Apple Car rumors that have sprung up in recent weeks.

More →

No Comments
Blackphone 2 and Blackphone+ Hands-on

The world’s most secure Android phone just took things up a notch

By about 6 hours ago.

The world’s most secure Android phone just took things up a notch

Silent Circle, makers of the most secure Android smartphone in the world, announced a bunch of new products on Monday at MWC 2015, including a new Blackphone 2 smartphone, a Blackphone+ tablet and special upcoming software features to further improve your privacy while you’re on a mobile device. More →

No Comments
Galaxy S6 Microsoft Apps

Microsoft’s quiet Android coup

By about 7 hours ago.

Microsoft’s quiet Android coup

Although Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella hasn’t fundamentally changed Microsoft’s core business ever since taking over from Steve Ballmer, one thing we’ve noticed is that Nadella is much better at sticking subtle daggers into rivals. So where Microsoft under Ballmer used to go after Google with all the subtlety of a steroid-infused elephant with megaphones strapped to each if its tusks — remember the painfully awful “Scroogled” campaign, for instance — Nadella has been adept at coming up with clever ways to undermine Google’s domination of its own Android mobile platform.

More →

No Comments
Apple Watch Magazine Spreads

Apple Watch gets huge spreads in two more top magazines

By about 7 hours ago.

Apple Watch gets huge spreads in two more top magazines

Did you know that the Apple Watch is currently in the midst of a world tour? Not a physical one, of course — we’ll have to wait until April for that — but rather a print tour, popping up in some of the most popular magazines around the world.

Last week, we got an early look at the spread appearing in the March issue of Vogue, and now China’s East Touch and England’s The Sunday Times have joined in as well. More →

No Comments
Nissan CEO Apple Car

Meet the one auto CEO who’s excited by the rumored Apple Car

By about 8 hours ago.

Meet the one auto CEO who’s excited by the rumored Apple Car

With mounting evidence that Apple is at the very least exploring the possibility of developing a car, we’ve seen the expected influx of comments from auto industry veterans skeptical of Apple’s plans.  A few weeks ago, for example, former GM CEO Dan Akersson cautioned Apple that they have no idea what they’re getting into. Shortly thereafter, Mercedes-Benz chief Dieter Zetsche essentially laughed off the notion that an Apple Car might pose any sort of competitive threat.

More →

No Comments

Featured Authors

All Authors →