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Oculus Go v Lenovo Mirage Solo: Which standalone VR headset is best for you?

We compare the two wireless headsets on design, features and price In case you’ve been out of the loop, you should know that virtual reality

Five things that make me feel positive about smartwatches in 2018

It feels like there’s still plenty to look forward to this year Over the past few months I feel like I have been writing about

Wear OS v Fitbit OS: Let the smartwatch OS battle commence

We compare two alternatives to the watchOS packed on the Apple Watch We get it. You’ve seen the Apple Watch and you’re like, yeah, no

13 iOS 11.4 Release Date Tips & Tricks

The iOS 11.4 release date is probably a few weeks away, but iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch users should start prepping for its arrival as we push

Oculus Go v Samsung Gear VR: What is the best beginner-friendly VR headset?

Oculus’ main competition is… itself? When it comes to the Oculus Go’s closest competition, it probably isn’t the new standalones like the Lenovo Mirage Solo and HTC Vive Focus

Should I Wait for the PS5 or Buy a PS4 Pro Today?

Should I wait for the PS5 or buy a PS4 Pro today? This is a question that I hear from friends, family and coworkers and it’s something

The Google privacy conundrum: Why locking down your data is a hard choice

Privacy as a right vs. privacy as a choice. We heard a lot about AI and machine learning at the Google I/O developers conference keynote

Top 5 Android P Features: Adaptive Battery, Redesigned UI, gesture based navigation and more

Google’s I/O 2018 was jam-packed full of interesting announcements, but the one we had all been waiting for eagerly was for Android P. Dave Burke,

How to download and install the Android P beta on your phone today

During the annual I/O developer conference, Google unveiled plenty more details about its latest version of Android. It even made an early version of the

Pixel & Nexus May Android 8.1 Update: What to Know

Like clockwork, Google just released its new monthly May Android 8.1 Oreo update for Nexus and Pixel devices. These updates are all about security, but Google added some important

How Microsoft’s Windows ML machine learning could help apps anticipate your needs

Microsoft is using machine learning to make its Windows apps a lot smarter. At a Technology Sneak Peek on Monday at Microsoft’s Build developer conference

7 Things to Know About the May Nexus 6P Android 8.1 Update

A new Nexus 6P Android 8.1 Oreo update is available and Google’s May build comes with important security patches for your phone. The Nexus 6P won’t get

I’ve got one big question after Waymo’s autonomous car crash

Waymo’s computers may not have been at the wheel during the Arizona car crash last Friday, but eventually autonomous car developers will have to figure

Android P: Everything you need to know about the next flavour of Android

Google announced Android P during its I/O 2018 Developer Conference keynote on May 8. Here’s everything we know about the next flavour of Android, including

Mobile VR: What it needs to succeed

Last week, the Oculus Go and the Lenovo Mirage Solo launched, both standalone mobile versions of virtual reality platforms. This week at its I/O developers

Google I/O 2018: 5 things we’re likely to see (and 5 things we really want)

Homes, Pixels, and Android oh my! Google I/O 2018 kicks off May 8, and we can’t wait to hear what’s cooking for developers and fans.

Google I/O 2018: What to expect from Google this year

Formally, Google I/O is the company annual event to connect with developers as well as partners spanning its entire platform and product range. It is

Oculus Go Review: What is this affordable VR headset lacking?

Pros Decent screen resolution and refresh rate Tracking feels accurate Plenty of software available at launch Motion controller included as standard Cons Battery life could

Apple Watch user guide: Tutorials and guides for your smartwatch

Everything you need to know about the Apple Watch in one place The Apple Watch is one of the most feature-rich smartwatches to date, and

Rise Of The Gaming Smartphones! Monster Kill… GODLIKE!

With mobile gaming growing at a number so big it makes my brain hurt… a new kid has arrived on the block! His name? The

iPhone 9 incoming: The 5 points of detail

Apple’s iPhone 8S or iPhone 9 might well be released within the next few months. What we’ve got for specs thus far sit squarely in

Charged Up: Forget apps, it’s time for watch faces to shine

I’m looking for a complication I really like smartwatch faces — there, I said it. And around a year ago, I couldn’t care less what was showing

4 Reasons Not to Install iOS 11.3 & 11 Reasons You Should

Install iOS 11.3 for Better Security The iOS 11.3 update comes with enhanced security that will help protect you and your device(s) from harm. The update includes 27

Android P initial impressions: Two weeks daily driving Google’s latest OS

Android P is the latest iteration of Google’s mobile operating system, and it’s been available to test as a Developer Preview on the company’s Pixel

Gemini PDA review: We’ve come a long way since keyboards

The sun may have set on the phone-with-a-keyboard phenomenon, but there are still people who pine for physical keys. Armed with a deca-core processor, Android,

Zhiyun Smooth 4 Review: To Nurture the Filmmaker in You

Technology is everything for us in the current world. New innovations are being released into the world every week by the professional developers. All these

From sleep tracking to smart coaching: The 8 features we want to see in watchOS 5

We’re closing in on Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (4 June, mark your calendars), where Tim Cook will get on stage, thank developers for their hard

Apple Watch v Wear OS: The battle for smartwatch supremacy

The war continues to wage, and it’s starting to get more interesting With Wear OS having now replaced what was formerly known as Android Wear and the Apple Watch now sporting

Atari VCS hand-on review: Imagine the SNES Classic Mini and Nvidia Shield TV combined

The Atari VCS – formerly Ataribox – has had a relatively rocky ride since it was announced last year. A delay to its crowd funding phase, let

ARCore and ARKit: what AR on your phone can do for you

Mobile augmented reality isn’t really new. Even before Oculus, Vive, and HoloLens, there were already traces of the use of AR on our phones, from