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  1. Motorola Jumping Into Foldable Phone Market

    Looks as if the next iteration of the Motorola Razr will sport a new foldable design--something akin to a modernized flip-phone. We know this to be a fact because the company itself has released and image teasing the new design which is slated for official unveiling on Nov. 13. Business Insider gathered what few details are available into one nice...
  2. Apple iPhone 11 Wins For Best Camera!

    Way back when smartphones first came out, Apple iPhones dominated in the digital camera department. You could say that Apple made smartphones the defacto camera for everyone by forcing their competitors to drastically improve their own digital cameras. In fact, companies were so eager to dethrone iPhone as the best digital camera on the market - that they did just...
  3. What To Do With Your Old Smartphone?

    If you are like most people you currently have a box, possibly a drawer or an old tote bag, pratically overflowing with old smartphones. The questions becomes, what do you do with them? Selling them is a fairly common option. Of course, you'll never get anywhere near what you paid for it, plus, you have to remember to factory reset...
  4. No SmartPhone For Nearly A Year

    A Elana Mugdan, a 29-year-old fiction writer from Queens, New York, has gone more than 8 months without a smartphone. Instead she uses an old-style Nokia flip-phone to send text messages or make phones. But that's all. No YouTube videos, Facebook feed or Instagramming for her. If she is still smartphone free in February 2020, she will win $100,000 from...
  5. Surface Neo with 18" of Foldable Screen!

    From apparently out of nowhere Microsoft this week announced some really cool and unexpectedly new smartphone hardware: the Surface Neo and Surface Duo. Nobody was expecting Microsoft to drop these new phones, and they represent a big shift if smartphone tech for the company which has until now mostly played it safe. “This is industry-pushing technology, and it’s technology pushing...
  6. A+ Rating For iPhone 11 Pro Super Retina XDR display

    For those of you who are wondering just what's so special about the iPhone 11, how about the best display in the industry? Is that special enough for you? Apple had been crowing about these new displays because it's the result of years of engineering work to create an enhanced display in a smaller space that uses less energy. And...
  7. IPhone 11 - What iPhone 11?

    Just a week after Apple unveiled the most sought-after (By die-hard Apple Fans, at least) iPhone 11. The latest iteration of its iconic iPhone devices. The newest iPhone will ship later this month and come with levitating jets to lift users up in the sky when they are lost...or something. Essentially, the iPhone 11 appears to be little more than...
  8. Pop-Up Cameras Are Back!

    There have been rumors about pop-up cameras on smartphones for years, but thus far, nobody has done. But now Motorola appears ready to take plunge into the nostalgia-verse with a new smartphone design whose camera lens pop-ups from inside the body of the phone. GSM Arena grabbed the photos and wrote a nice article: One of the photos confirms that...
  9. Apple Event Next Week: What To Expect?

    We've heard the rumors--they've been circulating the chat rooms and forums and newsrooms for months--but although much has been said, nobody really knows what to expect at next week's annual Apple Event. A new iPhone? Seems likely. An update to iOS? Maybe. What about Apple watch--there's a possibility there, sure. And will we get new MacBooks? The answer is--nobody knows...
  10. Keep Your Smartphone Battery In Good Health

    Today's smartphones do a whole lot more than make calls. Texts, email, social media, apps, smarthome control -- there seems to be no end to what your smartphone can do, provided it has enough charge to last. There have been repeated warnings from smartphone manufacturers about the dangers of charging your smartphone for too long. But did you know letting...

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