Unlimited Mobile Cell Phone News and Reviews

  • Working Samsung Galaxy S8 reportedly surfaces in the wild
    There have been supposed peeks at Samsung's Galaxy S8 before, but always with the screen off. How is that near bezel-free design going to work, exactly? We might have a better idea. Photos have emerged that appear to show a functioning S8, includi…
  • Intel and Ericsson form an alliance to explore 5G applications
    Intel is already showing off the building blocks of its 5G hardware at MWC and the big carriers are rushing to upgrade to the new standard, but the chipmaking giant is also launching a new initiative to build more than just faster cellular network. A…
  • Ants run on tiny treadmills to help track their behavior
    It's relatively easy to study animals' movement by plunking them on treadmills, but how do you do that with a creature as small and fragile as ants? Build a tiny custom treadmill, that's how. Scientists have crafted a contraption that let them study…
  • VTech's new Android tablet has its own kid-friendly messaging system
    VTech's tablets and other kids' gadgets have always focused on creating a child-safe walled garden, but it's fallen far short of having an ecosystem like what children can get on an iPad or Amazon Fire Kids Edition. Its new Android tablet for childre…

No Comments

Unlimited Mobile Cell Phone News and Reviews

  • Report: Apple might be revamping its iPad lineup in March
    Japanese website Macotakara reports that Apple's upcoming March event will see the release of a new line of iPad Pros as well as 128GB iPhone SE and a new bright red color choice for the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. The company is expected to unveil iPad Pro…
  • The Simon Optix headset gave me a headache
    The classic game of Simon is a test of memory and reflexes. How long a sequence can you remember, and how fast can you repeat it? The new Optix headset turns it into a test of stamina as well: How long can you stand having flashing lights directly in…
  • Hyundai chooses efficiency over range with its new Ioniq vehicles
    Hyundai has been dragging its feet. Hybrid technology has been on the road for over a decade and the Korean automaker is only now catching up with its own dedicated Ioniq brand (a hybrid Sonata has been available for a while). But, instead of just dr…
  • The sequel to 'Alto's Adventure' arrives this summer
    Last week, Snowman — developer of beloved snowboarding game Alto's Adventure — announced that its next game, Where Cards Fall, would be out this fall. However, we're going to get another game from the studio before that. Alto's Odyssey, the sequel…

No Comments

Unlimited Mobile Cell Phone News and Reviews

  • Apple reportedly buys an AI-based face recognition startup
    Those rumors of Apple exploring facial recognition for sign-ins might just have some merit. Calcalist reports that Apple has acquired RealFace, an Israeli startup that developed deep learning-based face authentication technology. The terms of the dea…
  • Spin Master's BB-8 is still cute and you can get one this year
    The cute spherical BB-8 was one of the many highlights of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and Spin Master's near life-size replica of him was one of our favorite things about last year's Toy Fair. Unfortunately, 2016 came and went without seeing the ad…
  • Bill Gates wants a robot tax to compensate for job losses
    How would you deal with the likelihood that robots and automation will likely lead to many people losing their jobs? For Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, the answer is straightforward: tax the robots. In an interview with Quartz, Gates argues that t…
  • The best vacuums
    By Liam McCabe

    This post was done in partnership with The Sweethome, a buyer's guide to the best homewares. When readers choose to buy The Sweethome's independently chosen editorial picks, it may earn affiliate commissions that support its work. Rea…

No Comments