HTC One M9 wishlist

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Although the HTC One M8 is still a rather awesome device — and one of the best phones money can buy — we can’t help but start thinking about its successor and what it will be all about. Some rumors have already started coming in, suggesting the Taiwanese company will keep using an all-aluminum body…

The Passport could be the best BlackBerry ever, here’s why

BlackBerry Classic and BlackBerry Passport

You may’ve noticed that BlackBerry CEO has been showing off two of the company’s upcoming products, BlackBerry Classic and BlackBerry Passport. The former has the BlackBerry’s classic trackpad as well as other standard keys that use to come with all BlackBerry smartphones “back in the days.” It’s the latter that got all the attention, as…

It’s time for Chromebook Pixel 2!

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Hey Google, it’s time to launch the Chromebook Pixel 2! We need an updated version with a Haswell chip that would provide us with improved battery life. Moreover, we need the next Chromebook to be lighter and, if possible, be available in multiple variants. You see Google, not all of us need a touchscreen. If…

HTC should stop whining

HTC should stop whining

HTC used to be “Quietly Brilliant.” Then Samsung started selling more phones, eating HTC’s launch and suddenly – they’re no longer quiet. Quite the contrary, they are getting nasty. You can argue that the HTC One was much better phone than Samsung Galaxy S4 but the fact remains that Galaxy S4 was selling like crazy…

Do we really need phones with 2K screens?

Do we really need phones with 2K screens?

The new screen craze has already begun. China’s Vivo was the first company to launch a smartphone (Xplay 3S) with a 2K screen. Also known as Quad HD (or QHD) this resolution is an equivalent of 2,560 x 1,440 pixels. While that sounds impressive, we can’t help but ask whether all those extra pixels are…

More companies should make smartbooks!

More companies should make smartbooks!

During this year’s Mobile World Congress, Alcatel demoed its smartbook concept. The small, 11.6-inch laptop is like an empty shell with big battery, relying on smartphone for all of its processing needs. The screen is connected via Wi-Fi, while keyboard and trackpad – via Bluetooth. Unfortunately though, Alcatel may decide to limit this accessory’s compatibility…

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