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Gallium nitride is the most important charging innovation you’ll never see

It’s always been “better” but too expensive for consumer electronics — until now.

You don’t need to know about a FET or what a bandgap is, but the company that makes the gadgets you buy does. And it’s all on the verge of a big change for the better — in ways we will see, like safer, more efficient, and smaller high-power chargers — because of a chemical compound called Gallium nitride.

Back on October 25, Anker  [Read More…]

The Kingdom Hearts: All-in-One Package has the most value for fans

Best answer: For fans of the series or those looking to experience everything, the All-in-One Package is the way to go.

PlayStation: Kingdom Hearts: All-in-One Package ($ 100)

What are my options?

There are quite a few Kingdom Hearts bundles out on the market, but the ones most relevant are The Story So Far and the upcoming All-in-One Package. Though you do have the option to purchase a bundle of Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 + 2.5  [Read More…]

Make the most of your Ring Doorbell with these accessories!

The Ring Doorbell is a great way to make your home a bit smarter, since it pulls double duty as a security camera and intercom system, works with Alexa, and of course, functions as a doorbell. While the Ring Doorbell includes everything you need to get up and running out of the box, it never hurts to go beyond the basics. These are the best accessories to help you make the most of your Ring Doorbell.

Creative mounting  [Read More…]

Google Pixel 2 XL, one year later review: The most consistent flagship

A year old, and a year better.

The Pixel 2 phones were announced close to a year ago, with few substantial changes from the 2016 Pixels. Despite some early teething issues with the Pixel 2 XL’s screen, the phones have proven to be solid choices for anyone buying a phone in most of 2018. But competition hasn’t stood still in the last year, and we’re close to seeing the Pixel 3. How well have the phones stood  [Read More…]

These are the most popular use cases for a Raspberry Pi

The Raspberry Pi is a computer and can do almost anything a larger (and more expensive) model can. What makes the Raspberry Pi so great is it’s open nature. There are project boards from many different companies, but the Raspberry Pi Foundation provides everything needed to make this board suitable for just about any application. This means you’ll find plenty of project kits that are fun and functional once built. Here are some of the best we’ve found  [Read More…]

The newly-announced Forma is Kobo’s thinnest, most durable e-reader yet

Take your books anywhere… even underwater.

Kobo’s Forma e-reader has arrived. The ergonomically-designed device was created with long-term readers in mind as it offers a form which is lightweight and comfortable enough to hold in either portrait or landscape mode for hours on end.

The Forma was designed with Mobius display technology which incorporates a flexible plastic layer into the screen, keeping the device not just lightweight but extremely durable as well. Its 8-inch HD Carta E  [Read More…]

Get the most of your OnePlus 6 using these tricks

The latest OnePlus flagship, the OnePlus 6, is a tremendous smartphone coming with a beautiful display, much-improved camera and new glass body.

And, even if the new phone shares a lot of features with its predecessors, it still manages to squeeze in a few new tricks. So, if you just picked up your OnePlus 6 or have had it since launch day, here are some OxygenOS tricks you might want to try out on your brand new device.

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Apple said it makes the most personal mobile OS, which is just absurd

The operating system that won’t let you set Waze as your default map is trying to call itself the most personal operating system. Riiiiiiight…

The yearly Apple Event where we see the new iPhone X-mas announced and Jony Ive reinventing the polygon is here, and it kicked off with the most ridiculous claim we’re likely to see out of Cupertino to date: “iOS isn’t just the most advanced mobile operating system, it’s the most personal.”

Once you’re  [Read More…]

Is the Galaxy Note 9 too big for most people?

You can learn to live happily with a giant phone, but it’s still not for everyone.

Few phones fill out a spec sheet quite like a Note. Samsung’s wildly popular Galaxy Note lineup has always been about packing in all the latest and most powerful specs, and the Galaxy Note 9 is no exception. It comes packing a Snapdragon 845, 6 or 8GB of RAM, and up to 512GB of storage — not to mention water resistance,  [Read More…]

Palm is coming back in the most disappointing way possible

This… this was not what I had in mind.

There was a phrase that exemplified Palm devices back in the day: the Zen of Palm. Get the hardware and software out of the way to make everyday tasks quick and simple. I think about it every time I get frustrated trying to edit an alarm on an iPhone.

TCL’s held the defunct Palm brand for several years, but to what end? The leak of a new Palm  [Read More…]