As those of us who are weeks into the continued reveling of the greatness found in Samsung’s latest smartphone, the Note 7, we’re hit with a bombshell, a global recall due to devices (35 to date) reported to have battery issues.
My how fast time flies…Just four (4) years ago, Samsung introduced the world to a large device for making calls, text and more. While few were quick to climb aboard the train, myself included, many offered much criticism, that criticism also led to what was then, sarcastic name calling and the eventual labeling of the Note 2 as the “Phablet”.
The Google Nexus 6P, made by Huawei, is by far the best Nexus phone to date. Arguably, if you’re first and foremost, an Android fan, one could easily put the 6P as the best Android phone to date. Continue reading
Much of the churn over Samsung’s new S6 line has been over the loss of both the Micro-SD Card and ability to remove/replace battery. Well, the latter capability exists, it’s found on page 138 of Samsung’s manual.
Seems of late, every turn of corner reveals a new virtual reality device. A wearable that’s truly indicative of the term “wearable”, headgear. I’ve yet to get my hands on one, presentations have highlighted that they’re light on the head, stated by Samsung at this week’s Mobile World Conference (MWC). Usually when efforts go to highlight a negative that’s flavored as a positive, bells should sound. Continue reading