Nintendo decided to wait till after E3 2017 to announce the arrival of its new console, the SNES Classic. If you’re familiar with its predecessor, the NES Classic, from our unboxing and hands-on video, you’d know what to expect, but there are also issues that the successor manages to address.
The screen is the most important part of your smartphone, and serves as both display and interface. Over the past decade or so, we’ve been inundated with selling points like Retina Display, 720p, 1080p, 1440p, and even 4K. The latest buzzword for screens is high dynamic range or HDR, and the latest flagship phones tout it as a must-have spec.
Admit it: The reason why you’d ever consider the new Nokia 3310 is for the possibility of it withstanding anything you throw at it. But does it truly carry on the legacy of Finnish durability, and how durable is it compared to the original 3310?
The ASUS ROG Zephyrus has one goal, and it pulls it off in spectacular fashion: Become the slimmest gaming laptop with a high-end NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 inside. The Zephyrus, along with its equally astounding price tag, has hit Southeast Asia.
OnePlus has come a long way from the OnePlus One and its invite-only system. Now on its sixth smartphone release (the OnePlus 4 was skipped, but there’s a OnePlus X and 3T in between), expectations are higher than ever for the OnePlus 5. Here are my thoughts on the new flagship phone.
OnePlus fans have been eagerly waiting for the release of the brand’s newest flagship phone and finally, they need not wait any longer. OnePlus has just announced the newest and most anticipated member of its smartphone family.
As interesting as the new Xperia X lineup was in rebranding Sony’s flagship efforts, none of them could touch the Xperia Z series of years past in terms of prestige. Adding that “Z” to the Xperia XZ sort of, kinda, brought back that old flame, but it just wasn’t there for me. And that was the issue at hand.
We all have our biases, but when you need product rankings, going to an unbiased source like Consumer Reports helps strengthen arguments on which devices deserve the most praise.
Click farms, by definition, are underground groups composed of low-paid workers who boost a website or app’s engagement and ad revenue by giving overly positive ratings and lots of, well, clicks. This is how some platforms garner the excessive number of followers and ad money they have. This practice isn’t a well-kept secret, but it’s always interesting to see how some get caught.