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March 26

OnePlus 9 Review: A well-rounded step down that’s arguably the better buy

OnePlus has spent the better part of a decade building its reputation on two thing: the best specs and the lowest prices. Over time, the latter has been eroded away a bit, and OnePlus also introduced its “Pro” lineup that, well, creates a device that directly goes against the “Never Settle” motto. In 2021, though, […]

October 20, 2020

Google Pixel 5: Top 10 new features [Video]

The Google Pixel 5 has started shipping globally — sorry US — which is now putting the highly anticipated device in the palms of those that pre-ordered. It’s not a traditional “flagship” Made by Google phone, but the Pixel 5 does have a host of new features, and we’ve collated a top 10 of our […]

July 20, 2013

Review: Google Play Edition HTC One is the best of both worlds

There’s no denying it – the HTC One is one of the nicest pieces of Android hardware on the market. When we reviewed it back in April, we called it “a standout, breathtaking Android phone” and boasted about its above-average build quality and crystal clear display. For me, however, there has always been one thing […]

March 18, 2013

Developers give in-depth look at Google Maps iOS SDK vs Apple’s MapKit

FastCompany today posted an in-depth look at the differences between Apple’s MapKit and Google’s recently launched Google Maps for iOS SDK from the perspective of developers. The lengthy piece gets insight from several iOS app developers with apps that rely on the SDKs and sheds some light on a few things that Apple is doing […]

December 10, 2014

Sprint adds Uber to bloatware lineup on new Android handsets, offers $20 credit to new users

Sprint announced today that it will be adding a new app to its lineup of pre-installed software on “most” new Android phones: Uber. Sprint subscribers new to Uber in the month of December will also get a credit of up to $20 from Sprint to be used on their first ride through the service.

The ridesharing app will now be loaded on new devices from two of the four major US carriers, following AT&T’s similar announcement this summer.

May 16, 2016

What we expect at Google I/O 2016: Android VR, Android N, Chrome OS, and more

Google I/O is right around the corner, and this year’s a bit different. Google’s holding the event closer to home — at Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California. And everything’s happening outside in the cool breeze of the Bay Area. This is different scenery than the last several years that have  at the Moscone Center […]

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