Six Months with the iPhone XS: It’s Absolutely Worth the Extra $250 by CRAIG LLOYD Last year, Apple announced two new iPhone models; the iPhone XS and the iPhone XR. While the XS costs $250 more, it’s entirely worth spending that extra cash to get the XS instead of the XR. Here’s why. Despite the […]
by MICHAEL CRIDER It’s finally here! Samsung’s folding-screen phone, the Next Big Thing that will ignite the imaginations and empty wallets all over the smartphone world! Or, more probably, not. The Galaxy Fold is an aspirational device, like a flagship supercar or an ultra-rare luxury watch. It’s the phone you drool over, but not the […]
by ANDREW HEINZMAN With the rise of inexpensive online photo printing services, inkjet printers have fallen out of favor. But, as with any DIY project, some people claim that it’s cheaper to print photos at home. Is that really true? A Quick Cost Comparison Let’s break down the price difference between at-home photo printing and […]
by CHRIS HOFFMAN Windows 10’s April 2019 Update brings a long-awaited feature: Support for easily accessing, viewing, and even modifying Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) files from File Explorer or via the command line. Previously, it was possible to find your Linux files in your AppData folder, but Microsoft warns against that. Modifying files here […]
by CHRIS HOFFMAN Bluetooth 5.1 brings new “direction-finding” features that will let Bluetooth devices pinpoint physical location to the centimeter, aiding in indoor positioning. This latest version includes features that will make for more reliable Bluetooth connections, too. Bluetooth Devices Can Now Pinpoint Your Location Current Bluetooth proximity systems can guess how far away a […]
ANTHONY HEDDINGS Forget buying a dedicated graphics card, pretty soon you’ll be gaming without one. At least, if you’re part of the 90% of people who still game at 1080p or less. Recent advancements from both Intel and AMD mean their integrated GPUs are about to tear up the low-end graphics card market. Why Are […]
Chromebooks have always been great if you can do your work with web apps (and now Android and Linux apps). But most people still find themselves keeping a separate Windows machine for specific tasks. That might change soon. Source: Chromebooks May Soon Be Able to Dual Boot Windows, Here’s What We Know So Far
MICHAEL CRIDER Mobile technology is increasing in power exponentially, but battery tech isn’t keeping up. We’re reaching the physical limits of what conventional lithium-ion and lithium-polymer designs can do. The solution might be something called a solid-state battery. What’s A Solid-State Battery? . . . view original article . . .