The recently concluded Samsung SEA Forum in Singapore showcased the brand’s best and newest products. From top-of-the-line TVs to robot vacuums and flashy wearables, this year’s lineup did not disappoint. Of all the useful and innovative contraptions, however, my favorite remains to be the Family Hub 2.0.
There’s a saying that goes “imitation is the sincerest form of flattery,” but Snapchat may not be feeling all too flattered after another blatant move to copy one of the app’s more popular features.
The feature, Snapchat Stories — a public compilation of snaps from a user’s day.
The culprit, Facebook. Yep, following Snapchat Stories clones finding their way to Instagram and Messenger (both Facebook properties), the world’s largest social network is bringing Snapchat’s bread and butter over to WhatsApp.
Now that the Galaxy Note 7 crisis is behind us, and with Samsung Executives promising the Note line will live on, fans can now begin imagining what Samsung’s next stylus-toting smartphone will be like.
Obviously, we expect it to be called the Note 8 — but did you know that there’s already been a Note 8?
My (very, very young) attempt at living a healthier lifestyle led me to create fitness goals for myself. Of course — to the dismay of a majority of the technology-dependent couch potatoes we’ve become — a huge chunk of this health plan involved learning to exercise and doing it regularly.
Drones can do a lot, from capturing breathtaking bird’s eye view videos, tracking your movement, and taking your selfies, to delivering what you shopped for online straight to your doorstep.
And after appearing in Super Bowl LI for Lady Gaga’s halftime show, Intel’s Hexacopter shows up in another sports stage.
I’m a 28-year-old girl living in 2017.
I’m unattached but unfazed. In true millennial fashion, my interests include finding the next big adventure, the politics of gender equality, social media, its implications, and framing the perfect Instagram photo.
Not since the original iPhone have we been blown away by a smartphone.
Sure, smartphones have come a long way, but not since the first iPhone launch more than a decade ago have we seen this big of a phone revolution.
Disney and YouTube Red have cut ties with YouTuber Felix Kjellberg, more commonly known as PewDiePie, after he posted multiple anti-Semitic videos on his channel.
All the single ladies, put your hands up!
Mirror, mirror on the wall, which smartphone takes the best photos of them all?
If you’re looking for the best camera smartphone money can buy, look no further. We’ve rounded up the best, currently available smartphones in the world today, took them on a road trip, took plenty of the same photos, and evaluated the results.
Here’s what we found…
Let’s recap Huawei’s spectacular 2016: The company shipped an impressive 140 million smartphones last year; its flagship P9 sold over 10 million units; it was right behind Apple in smartphone profits; and its third-place position in the global market was secured. And yet, the Chinese company made less money last year than in 2015. What?!
Google’s got a doodle game that will tickle your heartstrings right before Valentine’s Day. And I say tickle because single or otherwise, this game will hitch those smiles right up your ears. It’s been released daily by the level since February 11, meaning if you’re only aware of this now, you’re just in time for the last stage, and the much-anticipated ending to this love story.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and instead of crafting a gift guide for legitimate lovers (of which there are many), I’ve decided to come up with a handy list of things you can get that boy you’re only sort of, kind of seeing on and off for a few months now. (Ah, the wonders of millennial dating!)
Huawei’s Honor series usually targets the midrange market, and Mobile World Congress (MWC) is traditionally the chosen grounds for showcasing the hottest mobile gadgets. The Chinese smartphone manufacturer is about to go against those two norms.
Remember that foldable phone Samsung showed off in 2014? No, not the W2017 launched just a couple of months ago, but the concept device that was flexible enough to transform from a pocket-sized phone into a 7-inch tablet.