Are you in the market for a new smartwatch, but don’t want to spend a fortune on something like the Huawei Watch or Moto 360? Then the Martian Notifier smartwatch over on our online store might just be up your alley. Seamlessly blending technology and style together, the Martian Notifier smartwatch will keep you looking stylish and bring you all of the benefits of a traditional smartwatch.
Google announced its new range of smartphones back on October 4th, the Pixel, and Pixel XL, featuring AMOLED displays, Snapdragon 821 processors, 4GB RAM, 32GB/128GB internal storage and what seems to be a very capable rear camera with a 12.3MP sensor. Besides spending a boatload of cash on the marketing, Google has organized a deal with UBreakIFix to make screen replacements as easy as possible, and Verizon has stated that it will issue updates for its locked Pixel handsets as and when Google pushes them. The Pixel handsets carry higher price tags than the Nexus phones of yesteryear, so what do you get for your money? Join us after the break to find out as our very own Justin Herrick unboxes the Pixel XL. Read more
BlackBerry today has finally announced the DTEK60, and it might just be the company’s most powerful phone yet.
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The year 2016 will not be remembered as the best year for Samsung for reasons we are all too familiar with at this point. So now the attention has turned to next year and what the South Korean company may have planned for the upcoming Galaxy S8. But don’t get your hopes up for an early release as Samsung has announced that their next Galaxy will follow the same schedule as their previous phones.
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A new leak from Chinese social-networking site Weibo is showing that the next big flagship from Samsung, the Galaxy S8, is going to have some insane specifications.
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With many on the fence as to the usefulness of smartwatches, it seems that this skepticism, as well as a lack of new models, is impacting on the sales of smartwatches, with the news that sales are reportedly on the decline. According to the IDC (International Data Corporation), the number of units shipped has dropped by 51.6% in the third quarter of 2016. Read more
With the general consensus being that smartphone development has hit something akin to a plateau, it’s a little difficult to fall in love with new handsets as they often aren’t terribly much different than the model they’ve replaced. Sure, they are often a little quicker, perhaps a little brighter or thinner, but there’s often not much to jump and shout about nowadays. Unless you have skipped a couple of generations before upgrading, or perhaps looking at Xiaomi. Why Xiaomi? Well, after announcing the fairly standard Mi Note 2, the Chinese handset maker went on to announce a new concept phone called the Mi Mix featuring a massive 6.4-inch display, ceramic body, and a crazy screen-to-body ratio of 91.3%. Read more
With the last quarter of 2016 drawing to a close, Xiaomi took the wraps off the Mi Note 2 earlier today that features a 5.7-inch Quad HD dual sided curved display, Snapdragon 821 processor, and a big battery with a 4,070mAh capacity. Join us after the break for more details. Read more
Google has kicked off a new partnership with both Visa and Mastercard that should make your online payments go a little bit smoother from here on out. If you regularly buy things online you’ve probably used either Visa Checkout or Masterpass, or at least seen them offered on some sites. They’re both simple ways offered by the bigger credit card companies to quickly fill out forms and make purchases on websites with a single sign-in. Read more
The HTC Vive is, without a doubt, a very niche product. It’s a fantastic piece of tech, but it’s also $800 and needs a pretty decent PC to work. Because it launched in such a new, developing space, it’s no surprise that it isn’t blowing up sales numbers after a few months. Read more