Samsung’s 2020 smartphones are expected to come with some major battery upgrades, but not in the way you might think.
Your dog deserves the best. So for National Dog Day, cook them up a nice steak and take them for a long walk. And for yourself, win a Huawei Band 3e to track your walks!
Shopping for a new smartphone but don’t want to break the bank? The Samsung Galaxy S10e just got a lot more affordable.
Samsung has unveiled a new smartphone camera sensor which is poised to make even the just-released Samsung Galaxy Note a bit jealous. The Samsung ISOCELL Bright HMX 1/1.33-inch sensor offers an astounding 108-megapixels of resolution. The default setting for the sensor will feature Samsung’s Tetracell Pixel binning technology which will merge the light for 4 …
Do you dream of becoming a rock star, plying your virtuosic guitar skills into fame and fortune? Before that happens you need some practice, and luckily there is no shortage of Android apps that can help. From getting tuned up and in time to shredding through scales, here are the apps that should be in every guitar players toolkit, from pro to hobbyist.
During the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 launch event, we were permitted to capture photos and videos using the new smartphone which gives us our first real look at the quality of the sensors and lenses that Samsung is using in its new flagship device.
Huawei may not have the best rep in the US, but the Mate 30 Pro is a highly anticipated product elsewhere. We’re likely to see it announced in just a bit over a month.
Bookshelf speakers are a dying breed, but Audioengine really makes a case for them. The gorgeous gloss white paint and fantastic flat sound made me toss my sound bar out.
Sony’s WH1000XM3 is widely considered to be one of the best noise-cancelling headphones available in the market today, and it is now enjoying a $50 discount which makes it well worth checking out.
Google has decided that gestures are the future with Android Q, but thankfully the three button nav will still be available as a backup.
Samsung seems to have created a Goldielocks problem for itself with the expanded Note line but left out the “just right” option.