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Google is still a startup when it comes to hardware

Google is a subsidiary of the company Alphabet, founded in October of 2015. It includes other business as well like Calico, DeepMind, X, Google Fiber and Next Labs. That said, this article isn’t going to talk about Project Loon or the security cameras, thermostats or smoke alarms from Nest, but about the products from Google. According to […]

Google Pixel review

Looking for an Android phone on the smaller side? There aren’t a lot of options that pack high-end specifications — that’s often saved for the phones with bigger displays. Google’s new Pixel smartphones are taking a cue from Apple and Samsung, offering two variants of a flagship smartphone. The differences between the Pixel and the […]

BlackBerry KEY2 Review: Divisive & Delightful (A Heady Mix!)

Paul Briden 05/07/2018 – 2:46pm We've taken some time to get very cosy with the BlackBerry KEY2, the latest flagship with a full QWERTY keyboard £579.99 Since the BlackBerry name re-emerged brandishing Android there have been several devices which have really won us over here at KYM. Richard reviewed the BlackBerry KEYone, the first-gen Android-based, […]

Yes, Google is copying Apple, but for its own benefit

Before I begin, I just want to mention that this isn’t about determining whether one of the manufacturers is better than the other, but rather about observing the facts and giving my opinion on the topic. Perhaps you won’t agree with me and may even think that I’m completely off the mark, so please don’t hesitate […]

BlackBerry KEYone review: Getting stuff done

BlackBerry KEYone review – BlackBerry has taken many different forms over the years, the most recent being an Android smartphone manufacturer. First came the BlackBerry PRIV, then the DTEK50 and DTEK60 later on in 2016. Now in 2017, the company is bringing something completely different to the table. Originally known as the BlackBerry ‘Mercury’, the KEYone is a new […]