OnePlus has made great strides since its early days, but even as it continues to shift from a "flagship killer" to "full flagship with flagship prices", OnePlus there is still ground it needs to make up.
Amazon Music has added the ability to purchase merchandise from your favorite artist directly from the app. Instead of being a tacky commercial add-on, I actually think it's low-key a pretty great feature.
The Pixel 5a is a few months out and we all have plenty of questions about what type of phone it will be. A "Pixel 4a 5G Lite" type phone would make sense, and it could reveal some of what Google's planning for its late 2021 premium Pixel refresh.
Samsung's latest flagship launched this week, and while there is an awful lot to love in the Galaxy S21, S21+, and S21 Ultra, no product is perfect. Here's where the S21 strikes gold and where it just struck dirt.
2020 was rough, but hopefully, we were able to learn from it and take away something positive. Forced isolation, social distancing, and a new way of life certainly reinforced what things are most important to me.
While spinning Honor off into a totally separate company with separate ownership sounds simple, the road forward for Honor's next phones — and the phones it has already released — is anything but clear. Here's what lies ahead.
This week, like most weeks in this unending year of weird, will look very different than years past, but that doesn't mean this week still can't be a heartwarming week of good (and good deals). Here's what I'm thankful for this week.
A summer spent indoors and the frantic pace of the fall launch season have left me being significantly less active this year, but with Google Fit and the TicWatch Pro 3, I'm trying to claw my way back.
We're in the thick of our fall launches, but after the tidal wave of new products from Amazon last week, Google's Launch Night In looks like it'll barely make a splash. That's not good, because Alexa and Ring are rapidly gaining on Assistant and Nest.