Along with the release of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, Microsoft announced a refresh of their most powerful notebook. With two new sizes, the Surface Book 2 is now a competitor to Apple’s 15-inch MacBook Pro.
The Pixel 2 doesn’t have much to prove anymore in terms of camera quality; Google’s flagship smartphone already has the highest score ever on DxOMark, a popular source for camera comparisons. That won’t stop Google from improving on it even further, though.
Artificial intelligence continues to shape up as we get closer to the future we see in sci-fi films. Huawei has invested a lot with their new processor, making the new Mate 10 series built with AI in mind from the ground up.
It was recently learned that OnePlus had been secretly collecting user data through its smartphones and sending the information to the company’s headquarters. Most users were clearly turned off by this news.
Cherry Mobile has launched their new Flare S6 series with three new handsets. From a budget-friendly entry phone to a 2017-level device sporting an 18:9 display — just like the latest Android flagships.
While Apple keeps a strong image of being a widely used computer brand with their MacBooks, they are not the leading brand of personal computers around the globe. It’s actually another American manufacturer with a Chinese technology company not so far behind.
The long wait is over! While it’s been confirmed and teased several times since its global launch in September, Xiaomi fans in India will finally be able to get their hands on the brand’s borderless flagship, the Mi MIX 2.
The ZenFone 4 family has a new member, which got silently listed on ASUS Philippines’ website. It’s almost like a tradition for a manufacturer to release cheaper variants of their existing phones, and that’s what this model is all about.
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.
Huawei is all set to announce the Mate 10 on October 16, and as we get closer to the launch date, teasers and leaks have started to show up. This includes a high-resolution press render of the upcoming phone courtesy of leakster Evan Blass.
Apart from the Hero 6 Black, GoPro introduced another action camera today, and this one shoots from all angles with its spherical lens. The Fusion is the company’s first consumer-level 360-degree action camera.
It’s been a year since GoPro introduced a new Hero camera, so it’s about time to unveil a new one. The company has always been producing quality action cameras, and the new Hero 6 Black will be their most powerful, yet.
For several years, Xperia smartphones have all looked the same. When Sony introduced their design philosophy called OmniBalance, we were in awe at how premium and consistent they looked. But it has become tiring and boring, especially now that we already have borderless phones.
Earlier this year, Nokia (under the helm of HMD Global) brought its famous phone from the past back to life. While we’re all enthusiastic about the new Nokia 3310, a few developed nations can’t join the fun because the colorful feature phone wouldn’t work in their region until now.