I know what you’re thinking: “man, I really do like the sound of the LG G8 ThinQ, but I really wish it had two identical screens on a hinge!” Right? No? Well, that’s LG’s next idea anyway. Meet the LG G8X, the company’s take on a folding device that’s not quite like what we’ve seen […]
Come comment on this article: LG’s take a folding phone is a little too weird; meet the LG G8X
Meet Samsung’s newest phone, the Galaxy A80. It’s strange, weird, and different, and it’s bringing some of the funky innovation back to smartphones that we’ve been missing for a few years. Sure, it’s probably going to be a commercial flop, but we love seeing phones like this again. This phone is built for the “era […]
Come comment on this article: Samsung’s Galaxy A80 makes smartphones weird again, and we like it
Following their flurry of devices released since CES 2019, Nokia has launched a new premium mid-ranger which offers an improved design but lesser processor than its smaller sibling. Leaks of Nokia’s upgrade premium mid-ranger first appeared a few months ago, and finally now the company has gone live with the device; the Chinese variant anyway; […]
Come comment on this article: Nokia launches weird X71 (8.1 Plus) in China
Samsung is no stranger to weird devices and accessories, especially with their flagship phones, and that trend’s continuing with the Galaxy S10 this week. A case for the entry-level Galaxy S10e has leaked ahead of the actual announcement, since we’ve completely run out of phone specs to talk about at this point. The leaked case […]
Come comment on this article: Emotional LED lighting cover for the Galaxy S10e leaks, shows Samsung still likes weird accessories
Samsung’s Bixby virtual assistant wasn’t exactly met with open arms, and throughout reviews we’ve noted some general weirdness with the app. Every time I use a Galaxy S8 device I always accidentally hit the Bixby button, too, so it’s pretty obvious it needed more time in the oven before officially being released. But going beyond […]
Come comment on this article: A weird quirk with Bixby prevents installing a baseball card app on the Galaxy S8
Passers-by are really going to wonder what you’re searching for online if you partake in fashion brand Ted Baker’s latest gambit. Partnering with Google, and linked to a “shoppable” short film made with Guy Ritchie, this is shopping like we’ve never seen it before.
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