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If you’re looking for the very best Android phones, odds are good the name Galaxy has come up a lot in your searches. Of course, Galaxy is an awesome brand. However, it’s not the only game in Android! Today, we’re looking at the top Android phones! Top Android Phones... Read more
Smartphone Spotlight: Galaxy Note 9
The 128GB Galaxy Note 9 can be purchased through carriers including AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, Verizon Wireless and Xfinity, along with Best Buy, Costco, Sam’s Club, Straight Talk Wireless, Target, Walmart, Samsung.com and the ShopSamsung app. The Great Slamtastic Screen Instalike worthy camera Adequate long battery Interesting new... Read more
Locked or Unlocked Smartphone: Which is Right for You?
The history of phone carriers has been pretty cut-and-dry. If you want a new phone, you go through a carrier. Carriers dictate which phones you can and can’t get, and you usually have to lock into a contract with them to get the phone. Typically, once that contract is... Read more
Moto G6 Feature Roundup: Surprisingly High-End for Low Price
Normally, if you want a high-end phone, you have to pay high-end money. In the case of the new Moto G6, though, that’s not quite the case. Motorola’s been making handsets for years now, but this may be their best balancing act yet. In nearly every respect, this is a step up from... Read more
Smartphone Spotlight: Galaxy Note 9
The 128GB Galaxy Note 9 can be purchased through carriers including AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, Verizon Wireless and Xfinity, along with Best Buy, Costco, Sam’s Club, Straight Talk Wireless, Target, Walmart, Samsung.com and the ShopSamsung app. The Great Slamtastic Screen Instalike worthy camera Adequate long battery Interesting new... Read more
HTC U12 Plus: Too Ambitious For its Own Good?
The highly unusual and ambitious HTC U12 Plus is here. What’s the verdict? Well, it’s certainly weird. Let’s get into the specifics.   Buttonless Design  The lack of buttons on this phone is a lot more awkward than it needs to be. While the design decision makes sense, given that real... Read more
Red Hydrogen One Smartphone Promises to be “Holographic”
Holograms are a mainstay of sci-fi film and fiction. When you hear “hologram,” I’m sure you’re thinking of Darth Sidious appearing as a ghostly image to threaten Darth Vader. Or maybe you think of hardlight constructions like Halo’s Cortana. Well, the Red Hydrogen One smartphone promises to be holographic, but not... Read more
Facebook Remains Popular, but Not Among Teenagers
A Pew Research Center study has collected some interesting data regarding teenagers’ online usage. Surprisingly, teens are using Facebook much less in recent years. What did the study find they were using more? And what other sites have less teens engaged with them than they used to?  What Sites Are Teenagers Visiting?  ... Read more
Samsung vs. Apple Ruling: What this Means for the Future of Smartphone Design
The long-running and high-profile court case between Samsung and Apple has finally wound down. The verdict? Samsung is to pay $539 million to Apple for infringed patents. That’s a lot of money, but not quite the billion dollars Apple claimed it was owed. The final number is, however, markedly higher than Samsung’s conservative estimate of... Read more
The Best Phones Money Can Buy
When it comes to premium smartphones, there’s certainly no shortage of choices out there for the discerning customer. If you’re on the lookout for the very best, look no further: here’s a round-up of the best of the best in the crowded smart phone field! Read on to find... Read more