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.
When your idea gets stolen by someone else, you're supposed to be able to take them to court. But big tech is making that difficult for developers, especially when it involves the operating systems that power your favorite devices.
For many people, walking up to the register or gas pump and seeing the logo for their favorite mobile payment option is common. However, in small towns, it's rare. While there are some hurdles and some resistance to changing over to an unfamiliar form of payment, but both the business and customers are missing out on some real benefits of solutions like Google Pay.
Two of the best in the business square off here, and as much as it is about active noise cancelation, it's also about the other things that matter, like sound, battery life, and comfort. So do Sony's WF-1000XM4 beat out Apple's AirPods Pro on all accounts?
Unlike, Apple, who made a big deal about introducing digital IDs soon in its Wallet App, Google has been quiet about its developments. Experts say that the company has other priorities right now and likely is focusing on privacy, an area that Apple already succeeds in.