Tag: mobile

Reviewing the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 flagship smartphone

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Samsung knows their camera is outstanding. They know the Note 8 is the best smartphone they’ve ever made. It’s true.
They also know they can charge an unprecedented price for this device. Costing $1,300.00 in certain markets, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is just as expensive as a premium Ultrabook or a DSLR camera and lens.

Privacy Gets a Workout from Wearable Devices, Health and Fitness Apps

Privacy Gets a Workout from Wearable Devices, Health and Fitness Apps

by Lee Rickwood
New devices will evaluate your sweat with electric signals that measure and detect things like glucose, lactate, sodium and potassium levels, and the capabilities are but a short step away from tracking a user’s emotional as well as physical health.

Review of the Nintendo Switch as a gaming innovation

 
By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

Switching from console to portable device feels seamless and magical. Nintendo really made it easy to enable a two-step process to take your games on the road without interruption. The included dock is flimsy but connects to the Switch CPU easily (do consider getting a screen protector as sliding in and out of the dock can scratch or damage the display).

Apple reveals vision of smartphone future with iPhone 8 and iPhone X

The big announcement, and one that has been leaked in various forums and forms (no thanks to Apple’s own iOS 11 firmware, which spilled the beans on the look as well as various features), was the iPhone X or iPhone Ten. Using a new OLED display with an edge-to-edge display, iPhone X is the culmination of 10 years of Apple innovation in the segment it defined.

Reviewing the Tile Sport and Tile Style

By Ted Kritsonis

Losing something valuable or important is a harrowing feeling, and with so much technology available today, it should be possible to track items. The Tile Sport and Style are designed to offer that kind of peace of mind.

Back to school rate plans for your smartphone

By Ted Kritsonis

It’s that time again. With students set to go back to school, wireless carriers are trying to woo them with rate plans aimed at cost-efficiency. But which ones are worth checking out?