MWC has been quite the astonishment this year, with a multitude of creative innovations in almost every market, LG with a smartphone for everyone, Motorola with some seriously pretty budget smartphones that have an insane bang-for-your-buck proposition, Blackberry’s new take on a smartphone keyboard, Nokia’s “Pixel-perfect” entry into the world of Androids, Sony’s spec behemoth, […]Read More A modular smartphone on a budget???
Specs? Here they are. It’s new flagship that holds a 5.5-inch 4K display that crams 801 pixels per inch, which make it scientifically impossible to see pixels on the screen. Sadly enough, it still has an LCD, despite the fact that it’s a pretty gorgeous one. It can shoot at 960 frames per second. That’s bewilderingly […]Read More The spec-superhero of Q1 2017
It’s got a programmable home button. It brags about it’s new backing. It’s got a portrait mode. It even looks like one. It’s got the best processor Huawei has ever made: A Kirin 960 paired with a Mali G61. Heck, it’s UI even LOOKS like it’s blood brothers with the iPhone 7. And that’s my […]Read More The Huawei P10 is pretty much the iPhone 7 of Androids.
Lenovo is back, now with the all-new Moto G5 and G5 plus. Both phones are quite amazing from almost every line of sight you put it in. Gorgeous metal builds, smooth Android interfaces, and the notoriously great moto actions that make it so great. As expected, these two will also ship with Google Assistant. The […]Read More The Moto G5 and G5 plus are here: and they’re pretty amazing.
Remember Nokia? If you are a new age-techie, kinda like me, you probably never experienced the brand at it’s height, it was the epitome of phones until, you guessed it. Apple’s iPhone came into the picture. after that happened, Nokia decided to open it’s windows and join…Windows. Which ended up pretty disastrously. Their products were wrongly […]Read More Nokia comes back…this time on Android.
Oh: As sad as I am to see the Lg G5 go, I’m *extremely* excited to see the G6 take it’s place. It’s a solid new product from the company, coupled with gimmicks that most of us will actually LIKE. Modularity didn’t work, but I’m positive that a new form factor, great build quality, a […]Read More Lg G6: Something Special
Today was a historic day for Blackberry. Today, they made themselves exiting again. They made they keyboard great again. And they finally made a product that anybody could come to love. Yep. The Blackberry Mercury (now Keyone) is a Blackberry to get giddy about. It’s got style. It’s got speed. It’s got flash. It’s that tryna-be-cool grandpa […]Read More The Blackberry keyONE: The Berry is back.
It’s a computer on your phone. It’s a phone on your computer. It’s the new Windows Phone. And the HP Elite x3 is what’s propelling it forward. It’s great for business, but more importantly it’s the best godd*mn Windows Phone I’ve seen in awhile. It actually excites me. It’s one of the only expensive smartphones […]Read More The most worth-it flagship doesn’t run Android or iOS…
It’s either you or the future. Nothing stands in the way. You know what the future holds and you have a choice: To go to Harvard University and live a great life, or to let another person take your spot. However, that person is destined to form a company with his fellow alumini and change […]Read More Duty vs. Utilitarianism.
So, this past year, Windows Phone actually earned less that 1% of market share ownership, and compared to the competition, it looks like it’s going to become one with Blackberry, but leaving no legacy behind. But, I’m arguing for the opposite. I think that Windows Phone actually does have some room to grow, and you […]Read More Is Windows Phone Dead? Not really…