Whether you can carry a tune or are completely tone deaf, it’s almost therapeutic to belt out the latest pop hit or retro classic. And, karaoke establishments the world over have been an enabler, an escape for everyone looking for this kind of artistic outlet.
Google has just announced their latest lineup of products and, boy oh boy, the excitement around the new gadgets has not waned. The #MadeByGoogle event exhibited some serious technology, so I’ve come up with a round-up of said devices and event highlights because really, no one has the time to watch the whole thing.
Both augmented and virtual reality are starting become true mainstream products, thanks to the efforts of tech companies to push them forward. Google has invested a lot since it introduced AR and VR to consumers, and their latest announcement makes them more fun to use.
Google had a lot of announcements during their annual hardware launch, but perhaps the most interesting (aside from the Pixel 2, of course) from were the Pixel Buds. These are not your ordinary wireless earphones, because they have something unique to offer that feels like it’s taken from the future.
After letting other manufacturers come up with their own Chromebooks, Google unveiled their newest high-end convertible laptop with a slightly different name, called the Pixelbook. Like the Chromebook Pixel, it’s beautiful and expensive.
Google will announce their new Pixel smartphones on October 4, but Evan Blass has already shown us what they’ll look like. We’ve seen a few renders of both the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, but these new ones finally show us the display.
The iPhone 8 and 8 Plus are in a unique position; are they worthy upgrades over the iPhone 7 pair, or are you better off waiting for the more hyped iPhone X? We answer these questions and more in our full video review.
Apple wastes no time in showing off what their hardware can do with their newest smartphone features. One specific function caught my eye — and for good reason. The newly introduced Portrait Lighting mode promises casual smartphone users like yours truly to capture photographs and recreate studio lighting effects on the new iPhones.
Apple just announced the iPhone X, a stunning bezel-less phone, but that’s not the only thing that was show-stopping in their keynote announcement. Other exciting bit of newscomes in the form of high-tech emojis.
If you told anyone in 2007 that the iPhone will experience over a decade of success, they’d simply nod and think you’re out of it. Yet here we are, ten years in with Apple’s game-changing smartphone continuing to set sales records. To commemorate the impenetrable longevity and ten solid years of smartphone manufacturing, Apple has introduced the iPhone X, which in itself is a masterpiece — with or without the pressure of being the beloved anniversary edition.
Everyone’s favorite drone manufacturer, DJI, has introduced two new drones to its product lineup. The Mavic Pro Platinum has a quieter and longer flight compared to the original, while the popular Phantom 4 Pro gets a new color. Also, the user-friendly Spark drone has a new software feature!
Lenovo has announced the latest generation of their popular line of Yoga convertibles at IFA 2017. While all of these Yogas share the 2-in-1 characteristic, each one has its own personality for every market.
Lenovo doesn’t just have smartphones and laptops; they also know how to take advantage of the latest technological advancements with popular culture. At IFA 2017, the Chinese company unveiled its new augmented reality experience in partnership with Disney.
Apart from flagship devices, Sony also announced a new addition to their midrange line of XA1 phones. If the Xperia XA1 is too small for you and the Xperia XA1 Ultra too big, the Japanese company has got you covered with Xperia XA1 Plus.
You really have to hand it to Sony for sticking to their tried and tested Xperia design. One look at the Xperia XZ1 and XZ1 Compact, and you instantly see the four-year legacy dating back to the original Xperia Z.
Launched in 2015, LG’s V-series represents a new breed of LG flagships designed to be the ultimate device for creating and consuming content. While each release has given users something to love, that vision hasn’t been fully realized until today’s V30 launch in Berlin.
After the Galaxy Note 8’s grand unveil, Samsung is now turning their efforts to launch new wearables. The South Korean company has announced three new fitness-centric devices under their Gear lineup at IFA 2017 in Berlin.