The Galaxy S10 Plus may be the first major flagship phone of 2019, but it’s already clearly one of the best phones for the year. I say this even though the Galaxy S10E is a better value buy, even though the foldable Galaxy Fold and Galaxy S10 5G are right around the corner, and even with Huawei’s P30 Pro applying the heat
MACBOOK AIR 2020 REVIEW
Apple’s MacBook Air has gotten a much-needed reboot, keeping the name, but changing just about everything else, both outside and in. That means a new 8th-gen Intel Core i5 CPU, more RAM and SSD options, a high-res Retina display, and the move to USB-C Thunderbolt 3 ports. And while it’s still called the MacBook Air, this new version might as well be called the “MacBook Pro Lite,” because that’s essentially what it is.
STAY PRODUCTIVE IN YOUR OFFICE
Whether you operate a business out of your home or telecommute occasionally, you’ve probably struggled at some point with the multitude of distractions and temptations a home office offers. There are benefits to working from home, of course: reduced travel time, savings on gas and meals, the comfort of working in your pyjamas (okay, try to avoid that one).
Android 11 will help stop curved displays from breaking your apps
There’s been a trend lately of extremely curved displays on smartphones. We saw a very curved display in the OnePlus 7 Pro and OnePlus 7T Pro, and an even more curved Waterfall display on the Huawei Mate 30 Pro. While these displays can help devices feel more premium and even add features like edge glow for notifications, they’ll often make some apps extremely frustrating to use.
Switch demo lounges at select US airports
Nintendo wants to make your time at the airport a bit less dreadful. Starting today, the Japanese gaming giant is launching Nintendo Switch On The Go pop-up lounges in select major airports across the US to give travelers the chance to go hands-on with the Nintendo Switch and Switch Lite.
Ten Facts About Electric Cars You’ve Been Getting Wrong
With no pistons, spark plugs, transmission, or any of the other components required to translate the force of exploding fuel to turning wheels, EVs have many fewer moving parts than ICE cars. That means they require a lot less maintenance. Just for starters, EVs don’t need oil changes. And today’s batteries last as long as the cars themselves, providing trouble-free service for 100,000 miles and more.
Technology delays and the coronavirus
The coronavirus outbreak is far from being contained with the official number of cases sitting at 4,474, a dramatic increase over Monday’s count. The death toll reached 107, although the good news is that more patients fully recovered. Researchers from Hong Kong said their models show the real number of infected people is in the […]
What we’d like to see in the next-gen Xbox console
Project Scarlett is the name of Microsoft’s next-gen Xbox console, to be released in holiday 2020. Xbox head Phil Spencer first discussed the new console back at E3 2019, a couple of weeks after Sony first opened up about the PlayStation 5. 2020 will see the beginning of the 9th Xbox console generation. With Sony […]
The 11 best apps for your new Mac
Getting the most out of your Apple computer often means exploring well beyond the stock apps pre-installed on macOS and the top charts of the Mac App Store. Many of the best productivity, workflow, and OS customization software have been around for years, but they can be hard to find if you’re a first-time Mac […]
5 best camera apps for Android 2020
Cameras in today’s Android phones have improved a lot and with multiple lenses and bigger image sensors becoming mainstream in flagship devices, the stock camera app that comes with your Android phone won’t be sufficient to explore the full capabilities of your phone’s camera. Thankfully, Android has a ton of third-party camera apps that are […]