It’s been more than three years since Samsung debuted its first foldable phone. And although Samsung’s technology has improved since then, the Galaxy Z Fold still isn’t worth buying. But that may change later this year when Samsung launches its fourth-generation foldable flagship.
Leaks and rumors suggest that the Galaxy Z Fold 4 will offer some notable improvements over its predecessor, including an integrated stylus and a truly awesome camera array. But if Samsung doesn’t deliver on some of these rumors, customers and critics may continue to view foldable phones as a novelty. Check our top story for all the details.
While Samsung’s foldables are hard to recommend, they’re a clear blueprint for the future. But how soon will that future come? Judging by early leaks and rumors, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4 could be the first foldable that’s truly worth buying—well, maybe. Read More »
While the idea of a modern BlackBerry smartphone with a QWERTY keyboard died a long time ago, we’ve seen several brands try to revive it with little luck. However, one company is still making BlackBerry-like devices with physical keyboards, and it has a new phone coming soon. Read More »
In an effort to increase Android security, Google will hide thousands of old Play Store apps on November 1st of 2022. If an app’s “target API level” is more than two years old, it will not show up in Play Store searches. Read More »
Fitbit has offered continuous heart rate monitoring since 2018, but users still have to manually use the EKG function to check their heart rhythm. That will change “soon,” as Fitbit just gained FDA clearance for an algorithm that passively checks for atrial fibrillation. Read More »
Tesla’s sleek all-electric sports car might finally arrive in 2023. We’re talking about the Tesla Roadster that debuted in 2017 but didn’t hit the streets in 2020 as promised. Roadster reservations are open again, giving would be buyers a glimmer of hope. Read More »
Every gamer knows how tough it can be to keep your gaming area clean, thanks to all the game cases, controllers, docks, and other accessories that tend to come with the territory. But with this handy game storage tower, you can keep your Nintendo Switch, Joy-Cons, Pro controller, dock, and game cases organized in one central location. The clever tower holds up to 10 game cases, four controllers (including the Pro controller or Xbox X controller), and the dock. There’s even a drawer to store for storing Joy-Cons. You can also easily connect the dock to your TV from this stand without it blocking the ports.
The Last of Us was an exceptional, dark, story-driven technical masterpiece that defined a console generation. The Last of Us Part II looks set to do it again. Yes, The Last of Us Part II is dark and sometimes hard to play. Yes, there’s been some unjustified review bombing and conversations about the game’s violence and message. But, wow, is it an epic and important game. Read More »
Following its acquisition of Discovery, the AT&T-owned WarnerMedia will become Warner Bros Discovery, one of the world’s biggest entertainment corporations. And oddly enough, this massive corporation’s first big goal is to combine HBO Max with Discovery+. Read More »
The standard resolution for monitors and TVs across the board used to be 1920 x 1080. But now? Move over, FHD, and make some room for stunning 4K monitors that don’t cost an arm and a leg, like Monoprice’s 32-inch CrystalPro monitor. Read More »
Did you know there’s a special “oleophobic coating” on your phone’s screen to help keep fingerprints and smudges away? It’s more important than you might think. Can obsessively cleaning the display remove the coating? Let’s talk about that. Read More »
When it comes to easily spoiled foods, guacamole might top the list. The delicious dip is prone to browning, and while it’s still edible, it doesn’t exactly look appetizing. Luckily, there’s a hack to keep your guac green. Read More »
If you’ve used the internet or a smartphone, chances are high you’ve encountered Google, a successful tech firm that pioneered search engine technology in the late 1990s. But where did it get its weird name? We’ll explore the history behind it. Read More »