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Apple Announces iOS 13

By Sarvjit Rangra | June 11, 2019
Apple Announces iOS 13
This iteration of the mobile operating system is slated to launch with the new iPhones that will release in fall of this year.There's a slew of new features that are coming to the latest version of iOS, and some of them will raise i-brows while others break the mold that Apple has cast for itself. Gone will be the days of navigating the settings menus to find radio toggles; iOS 13 will let ...

What's Happening to Huawei?

By Sarvjit Rangra | May 29, 2019
What's Happening to Huawei?
Huawei is facing an international push to scrutinize, filter, restrict and even ban their goods and services over suspicions that the telecommunications brand is sharing user information with the Chinese government.In a nutshell, this is what we found: The countries that are partaking in the global sweep to inspect Huawei's hard- and software assembly are doing so in a bid to prevent ...

Samsung Galaxy Note 10 May Pack 64 MP ISOCELL Camera Sensor

By Sarvjit Rangra | May 11, 2019
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 May Pack 64 MP ISOCELL Camera Sensor
Who remembers ISOCELL from the Galaxy S5 days? It's come quite a ways from its 16 MP nascence.Samsung recently revealed their latest 64 MP ISOCELL Bright GW1 sensor alongside the 48 MP ICOCELL Bright GM2. Both feature pixel sizes of a sheer 0.8μm, the smallest yet to grace their camera lineup. In this case, smaller is considered better because it allows for more compact camera modules, ...

LG G8 ThinQ: Old Dog, New Tricks

By Sarvjit Rangra | April 15, 2019
LG G8 ThinQ: Old Dog, New Tricks
LG, as usual, is incorporating a mixed bag of tricks — some that were once considered gimmicks many moons ago — that help you handle the phone efficiently and in style.LG has been known in recent years as an ambitious pursuant of unique approaches to the flagship concept. They've tried everything from retaining a removable battery after Samsung jumped ship into sealed juicers, ...

Android Q (Version 10): Privacy, Swipe Controls and Dark Mode

By Sarvjit Rangra | March 26, 2019
Android Q (Version 10): Privacy, Swipe Controls and Dark Mode
We're not mincing words here: Android Q is a welcome addition, but Google isn't selling us on everything that the tenth iteration of their mobile operating system purports to offer.With the recent release of the Galaxy S10 series and now the Android 10 beta, the Google side of the mobile field is all dimes, but the devices that will support it first will likely be far more costly than ...