Dual-core iPhone 6 graphics performance crushes Samsung's octa-core Galaxy S6
Oh look, specs on paper aren't always the last word when it comes to performance — and the results of these graphics tests are going to shock you!
It turns out puppies pee a lot. I obviously knew this before we adopted our new puppy Oliver last month, but knowing it and having to take your puppy out 15 times a day while you’re trying to work are two entirely different things. As much as I love Oliver, springing him from his gated confines, putting his harness and leash on, and bringing him down two flights of stairs every 45 to 60 minutes is bothersome enough without also having to fiddle with keys and locks. There has to be a better way, right?
Of course there is. More →
Even though it has plenty of reasons for hating the iPhone, Samsung should also love Apple’s top product for as long as possible, a new report suggests. Not only is Apple bringing plenty of business to Samsung even though the two companies compete fiercely in the mobile landscape, but a recent regulatory filing in South Korea revealed that the iPhone maker was one of Samsung’s top five customers again last year, just like in 2013.
As a result, Samsung will undoubtedly love to continue hating the iPhone as it does now for as long as possible. More →
If you’re looking to fill your iPhone or iPad will cool apps but you don’t want to break the bank in the process, you’ve gone to the right place. We share a new list each day of paid iOS apps that are on sale for free for a limited time, and today’s list has at least a few gems that you’ll definitely want to snag.
There are also a few freebies left on yesterday’s list, so be sure to grab those as well before the deals all end. More →
On Tuesday, I made a significant breakthrough in my quest to never have to leave my home again. Things like Amazon Prime, Trunk Club and unlimited on-demand entertainment from Netflix and my pay TV provider have played a huge role for years. But now I have found a new service I can rely on to take things to the next level: Uber Rush. More →
Is there anything worse than tech companies putting together April Fools’ Day jokes? No, there probably isn’t, but at least there are a few companies out there that actually manage to pull off some April Fools’ Day pranks that at least a few people out there will actually find amusing.
Google is typically among the best of the bunch, with past pranks that include a free home Internet network that’s wired through your toilets (a few people actually fell for it!) and the company is back in 2015 with a handful of new jokes for 2015. More →
The Federal Communications Commission’s new net neutrality rules ensure that Verizon won’t be able to intentionally slow down competitors’ video streaming services in the name of speeding up its own offerings. However, Verizon has shown itself to be nothing if not creative over the years and a new report from Investor’s Business Daily claims that the carrier is working on a sneaky plan to undermine net neutrality that may not even run afoul of the FCC’s regulations. More →
Samsung’s new flagship Galaxy S6 andGalaxy S6 edge feature fresh new designs, better build quality, new software, the best smartphone displays on the planet and cutting-edge new internal components that represent huge leaps forward in many key areas. As we discussed in our Galaxy S6 review, all of this combines to create a fantastic experience that is far better than anything Samsung has ever released in the past.
As it turns out though, some of that cutting-edge technology comes at a steep cost, and performance may suffer in at least one important area. More →
Samsung hasn’t come up with any must-have features for its edge displays yet, even though it currently has two devices sporting such screens, including the Galaxy S6 edge and the Galaxy Note Edge. But that all changes with the gadget pictured in the image above.
Meet the Galaxy Blade edge, the first Android-powered smart kitchen knife in the world, which also happens to pack a curved screen.
In a recent interview with Fox Business, Pandora CFO Mike Herring referred to Apple as a “frenemy”, a somewhat apt description given that Apple is making a strong push for Pandora’s piece of the streaming music pie. Yet, at the same time, Pandora has always thrived on Apple’s iOS platform.
“We were part of what made it fun to have an iPhone,” Herring explained.