It’s not a good time to be either LG or Sony. Both companies have recently…
Energizer mobile phones have landed in South Africa. Which means that our smartphone (and feature phone) battery woes will be gone, kinda.
In many ways, advanced technology is inherently complicated: If users want devices that can do incredible things, they need to deal with the complexity required to deliver those services. But the interfaces designers create often make it difficult to manage that complexity well, which confuses and frustrates users, and may even drive some to give up in despair of ever getting the darn things to work right.
Say goodbye to notches – Oppo just unveiled its first phone with an in-display selfie camera at Mobile World Congress Shanghai.
Graphics is about the only area where phones lag behind computers but a new partnership between Samsung and AMD could put paid to that problem. The short version? AMD’s Radeon graphics tech is coming to Samsung’s smartphones in the near future.
Technology is designed to be addictive. And a society that is “mobile dependent” has a hard time spending even minutes away from their app-enabled smartphones.
In 2017, U.S. adults spent an average of three hours and 20 minutes a day using their smartphones and tablets. This is double the amount from just five years ago, according to an annual survey of internet trends. Another survey suggests most of that time is spent on arguably unproductive activities like Facebook, gaming and other types of social media.
This addiction has consequences.
In 2004 at a Nokia event in Helsinki a nerdy engineer showed off a fancy…
After the Galaxy Fold started presenting display failures of various degrees, Samsung has confirmed that it is postponing the release of its foldable phone.