Yesterday we got a little time to handle and ogle the new Note 10 devices from Samsung at the company’s Johannesburg #Unpacked event. We’ll have a full review up in the weeks to come, but until then, you can read our full story on the new devices over here. For more videos, head over to our podcasts and videos hub. Or check out our YouTube channel.
The HoloLens is a powerful example of this, as multiple demonstrations of its capabilities showed. The original model was launched four years ago and was used by NASA for its Mars Rover mission. Because of the eight-minute delay in communications from earth to the red planet, controllers needed to map, plan and execute the path the rover would take, former NASA Administrator Charles Bolden told me...[Read More]
Huawei showed off its forthcoming Mate X folding phone-let (or tab-phone) at a media event in Johannesburg today. While we were able to hold the device, we weren't allowed to fold it, so we had to rope in the help of a Huawei representative for the video below. Nonetheless, we got to check out the camera setup and try various apps, and our early impressions suggest it's going to be a highly desira...[Read More]
As part of Sony's Mobile World Congress announcement, we've gotten a glimpse of the company's new crop of handsets. In addition to the Xperia 1 (which we weren't allowed to touch), we saw the Xperia 10 and Xperia 10 Plus (which we were allowed to touch). There's also a lower-spec Xperia L3 on the cards, and Stuff got a chance to handle all three today.
We got a little hands-on time with the new S10 range of smartphones at Samsung's #Unpacked2019 event in Johannesburg.
Back before the Matrix series had descended into weird philosophy cut with impossible fistfights, if you wanted the greatest in phone technology then you wanted whatever smartphone Nokia had released that week. The sliding Nokia 8110, the very handset that Keanu Reeves used to escape capture from his office job (something we all wish we could do), was the epitome of the future then. Bendy and with...[Read More]
Let’s address the elephant in the room first, shall we? On a visual level, not much has changed between the Galaxy S8 and the newly-revealed Samsung Galaxy S9. It’s quite an Apple-like move for Samsung to make — the looks are the same but the insides are what has changed. But how much? Not a colossal amount, as it happens. If you made the upgrade jump last year, you’re not ...[Read More]
Have you ever wondered at the power that resides in your hands? Just lift up your hand. Yes, right there. Now watch as this drone follows your hand’s every move. Why? Because it is equipped with 3D tracking tech that allows the pilot to put down the controller and wave their hands in the air instead. We saw this tech demonstrated at the South African launch of DJI’s new drone, the Mavic Air. This ...[Read More]
It’s never been easier to experience virtual reality, with the latest headsets not even forcing you to faff with your phone before diving into all manner of digital worlds. So shouldn’t it be getting easier to create VR content, too? Google and Lenovo think so, and the Mirage Camera could be the piece of tech to do it. The point-and-shoot camera made its debut at CES, and we made sure to try it ou...[Read More]
Huawei is aiming big with the Mate 10 Pro. Here’s a glass-and-metal sandwich that arrives packing twin Leica cameras, an eye-catching 18:9 screen and skinny bezels – and yet it’s the teeny tiny CPU inside it that’s potentially even more exciting. The Kirin 970 is a piece of smartphone silicon with a separate AI brain inside, dedicated purely to machine learning, image recognition, and all ot...[Read More]
We hope you’ve got some good Spot the Difference skills – because you’re gonna need ‘em. The Gear Sport, Samsung’s latest fitness-focused wearable, looks an awful lot like the Gear S3. Spec sheet looks pretty similar, too – until you get to the bit about waterproofing. See, the Gear S3 was never meant to be your swimming buddy, but the Gear Sport doesn’t mind getting its feet wet ̵...[Read More]