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4 things Microsoft should do to improve PC and phone synergy between Windows 10, Android and iOS

Microsoft’s current mobile strategy is all about making your PC and smartphone work better together by allowing users to share experiences and activities across devices, regardless of whether you’re using a PC, smartphone, or tablet. Thanks to the Microsoft Graph, features like Timeline let users start an activity on one device, and resume it on […]

Microsoft Surface Book 2 (15in) review

THE SURFACE BOOK 2 has been around for some time, but it’s now available in a new, higher-spec 15in model. It’s probably one of the most powerful Windows devices on the market right now, too, thanks to its dedicated Nvidia graphics, Intel Core i7 processor and its full-sized keyboard, trackpad and stylus, making it possibly the first […]

Taking on the OnePlus 6

Xiaomi is coming full circle. The company that pioneered the “affordable flagship” model is launching a new sub-brand to sell even more affordable flagships. Ironically, Xiaomi is taking cues from Huawei and BBK, who copied Xiaomi with their budget-focused sub-brands, Honor and OnePlus.   Android smartphones with the best battery life (July 2018) Some people […]

Galaxy Note 9 hands-on review

SINCE ITS LAUNCH last week, many have commented on the Note 9’s similarities to its Note 8 predecessor. Sure, there are upgrades. The Galaxy Note 9 boasts a slightly-bigger 6.4in screen, a Bluetooth-enabled S-Pen, a beefier battery and, if you’re willing to cough up for a 512GB microSD card, up to 1TB of storage. However, on […]

Vincent D’Onofrio asks Twitter to weigh in on whether playing an ‘irredeemable racist’ is constructive

Discourse on social media tends to follow a pattern. When it comes to Hollywood, the cycle starts with a casting announcement, or a new trailer, or a movie release — some high-level choice is publicized. Depending on the politics or representation involved, fans and critics react on social media and news sites with either celebration […]