USB 4 has been released and the latest tech ushers in some great improvements over its predecessor. The USB 4 was first announced earlier this year and is now set to replace USB 3.2. Highlights of USB 4 include better data transfer speeds, backward compatibility and much more.
The first thing you’ll want to do after buying your Galaxy S10 or Galaxy S10+ is to look for accessories. What’s the best case? a screen protector perhaps? How about a pair of wireless earphones? Or a car mount? Don’t worry, we’ve got the list of the best Galaxy S10 accessories for you below.
It’s not often that an accessory is perfect. Yet this Mophie design gets as close as it possibly can, building inexorably to something of a huge caveat: its price. But hopefully this look through the tech and design will convince you that this is worth $100 or so, if you occasionally live on the ragged battery edge…
The OnePlus 5T is the ‘T’ successor to the OnePlus 5 with some modest improvements and upgrades thrown in. This primarily includes a 6-inch 18:9 aspect ratio FHD+ display and an improved dual-camera setup at the rear.
LG had announced a list of companion devices that were compatible with their latest offering — a modular phone dubbed the G5. These ‘Friends’, a name LG calls the devices that compliment the modular design of the G5, include the 360 VR headset, a fisheye 360 Cam, Harman Kardon engineered Tone Platinum audio headset, and the Cam Plus camera grip. Now, the company has announced that these accessories will be available across carrier stores and through its website in the country.
Runtastic, the Adidas-owned company behind a series of fitness and activity apps for Android and other platforms, today announced a new fitness-tracking wearable called Moment, which looks just like a traditional analog watch.
Google’s announcement of Cardboard a year ago introduced an era of Virtual Reality using little more than the smartphone already in your pocket. But with screen sizes and resolutions increasing, the VR experience is now much better than it was – it seems we really do have a reason to want QHD screens after all! Here I investigate how easy is it to put together, check out the quality, and look at any tweaks needed for smartphones that don’t quite fit.
The rise of screen sizes in the phone world towards those of tablets raises a number of questions. The obvious one, and easily answered, is whether you still need that iPad mini or Nexus 7 (etc.)? ‘No’, of course. But what about 10″ tablets? It’s a tougher call. What about going all the way, do you still need a laptop or netBook? Probably, but that doesn’t mean that your large-screened Android smartphone can’t stand in every now and then, armed with Bluetooth keyboard and mouse. A little geeky? Probably. But very cool, as I show in the video below!
A week ago, I published a review round-up of ‘transformer’ cases for the Nexus 6, turning this 6″-screened phone into a tablet suitable for media consumption or hooking up to a Bluetooth keyboard. One downside of such cases was a little extra thickness, of course – which is why I wanted to balance the piece with a little round-up of case options if you want protection but don’t need kick stands and the like.