Sony isn't worried about chasing the wireless, mobile VR dream. Instead, it wants to create visual feasts with best-in-class hardware on all fronts. It's a strategy that sets Sony apart from the pack, and it's a strategy that'll work.
Unless you never keep anything out of arms reach, there's a good chance you may lose things from time to time — we all do. So to help us keep track of our stuff, Apple and Samsung announced smart trackers. With some noticeable similarities and technical differences, we'll help you decide which is best for you.
At the outset, the iPhone 13 doesn't look any different to its predecessor. But it has a ton of under-the-hood changes that allow it to take better photos and deliver much better battery life. If you're using an older iPhone and want to upgrade, this is the obvious choice.
Experts say the new Google Pixel lineup is guaranteed to turn consumers' heads, especially with the phone's pricing. But if the company wants to capture a larger market, it needs to dump more money into successfully marketing the phone to the right audience.
Smartphone cameras have gotten really good. Getting a high-quality photo doesn't require purchasing the best of the best phone any longer. However, manufacturers are still pushing cameras as the main selling point of their phones. It's time that brands start taking more risks on hardware and put more focus on the rest of the phone.