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How Much Would You Pay for a Holy Grail Google Stadia Subscription? How Much Would You Pay for a Holy Grail Google Stadia Subscription?

Today was the big coming out party for Stadia, Google’s upcoming game streaming platform that promises to let you play games over the internet on practically any device, and hopefully lag-free.

Google Stadia's Only Hardware Is This Special Controller Google Stadia's Only Hardware Is This Special Controller

Today, Google announced its new Stadia game streaming platform that lets gamers play games on pretty much anything with an internet connection. Laptops, desktops, phones, and even TV’s with a Chromecast Ultra attached are all supported. That means there’s no need to go out and buy a new console to get access to…

HP's Reverb Headset Brings Us Closer to Crystal Clear VR HP's Reverb Headset Brings Us Closer to Crystal Clear VR

The VR revolution hasn’t swept the world like a lot of people thought it would, and though I still have confidence in the medium as a whole, modern VR also has a lot of room for improvement when it comes to comfort, optics, and affordability. Enter the Reverb. Designed for both commercial and home use, while HP’s…

Ahead of Streaming Launch, Apple's Iron-Clad Secrecy Is Reportedly Stressing Out Hollywood Ahead of Streaming Launch, Apple's Iron-Clad Secrecy Is Reportedly Stressing Out Hollywood

With the imminent arrival of Apple’s new streaming video service scheduled for next week, the tech giant is on the cusp adding content creator to its traditional hardware-making and app store-managing duties. However, in an effort to stock its upcoming service with shows, it seems Apple’s secretive Silicon Valley-esque…

Qualcomm Owes Apple $1 Billion, Judge Rules—but It's Not That Simple Qualcomm Owes Apple $1 Billion, Judge Rules—but It's Not That Simple

While the two-year legal battle between Apple and Qualcomm is far from over, we’re starting to inch toward some kind of resolution.

You Probably Missed This Major Battery Recall Because of the Government Shutdown You Probably Missed This Major Battery Recall Because of the Government Shutdown

Even though the government shutdown ended more than a month and a half ago, we’re still feeling its effects. That’s because, despite HP issuing an expansion for a battery recall back in January, the notice wasn’t posted to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) website until earlier this week due to the…

Uh Oh, Looks Like Google's Hardware Team Might Be in Trouble Uh Oh, Looks Like Google's Hardware Team Might Be in Trouble

Over the past few years, Google has been pushing deeper into the hardware business with products like the Pixelbook, Pixel Slate, multiple Google Homes, and of course, Pixel phones, with the latter getting a big boost thanks to Google’s $1.1 billion acquisition of tech and personnel from HTC last year.

Motorola's 5G Mod Reveals Some Fresh Hints About the Early Days of 5G Motorola's 5G Mod Reveals Some Fresh Hints About the Early Days of 5G

Despite getting announced last fall, we are only now finally getting some concrete info about Motorola’s 5G mod attachment for the Moto Z3, and with it comes some interesting insight on the early days of 5G as a whole.

Allo Could Have Been Great. Google Blew It. Allo Could Have Been Great. Google Blew It.

I’ve been using Allo since the day it was released. At first, it was simple curiosity. Google’s got another messaging app, so how is it going to screw this one up? But even with its flaws, the more I used it, I grew to appreciate its slick interface, baked in gif engine, and its general ease of use. But today, March…

The Best Phones You Can Buy Right Now  The Best Phones You Can Buy Right Now 

Following the announcement of phones from Samsung, Sony, LG, Nokia, and others, the first batch of 2019's flashiest new handsets are going to be available soon, if they aren’t already. So which one should you get? And to make things even more daunting, with several phones pushing the $1,000 mark, making a hasty…

Samsung Galaxy S10e Review: Cheaper, Smaller, Just Right Samsung Galaxy S10e Review: Cheaper, Smaller, Just Right

It wasn’t long ago when premium smartphones cost around $700. But after suffering through several release cycles littered with $1,000 flagships, it’s clear those days aren’t coming back. To fill in the gap, phone makers have started putting out streamlined, slightly more affordable versions of the flagship devices,…

Samsung Galaxy S10 Review: An Android Champ to Get Excited About Samsung Galaxy S10 Review: An Android Champ to Get Excited About

If the Pixel 3 was Google’s crowning achievement for showing how good a software-first approach to phone design can be, then the Galaxy S10 is a tribute to the hardware gods. Between a new take on the tired notched selfie cam, a redesigned rear camera setup with three different lenses, and incredible battery life, the…

Hey OnePlus, Are You Sure About This? Hey OnePlus, Are You Sure About This?

When whispers started swirling that OnePlus was going for a fully bezel-less design on its next major phone, the immediate question became: How would the company do it?

The Race to Foldable Phone Perfection Is On, and It's Going to Be a Blast The Race to Foldable Phone Perfection Is On, and It's Going to Be a Blast

Less than two weeks ago, the idea of a high-quality bendable phone seemed like a farce. After all, the first foldable handset—the Royole FlexPai—was ambitious, but also a piece of junk. It was clunky, hard to open, and looked like something that needed months, if not years, of refinement.

The Five Biggest Takeaways from the Most Important MWC in Recent History The Five Biggest Takeaways from the Most Important MWC in Recent History

Even though Samsung pre-empted the next generation of new phones when it launched the Galaxy S10 just days before it officially kicked off, this year’s Mobile World Congress still felt special compared to previous shows. There was a frantic energy in the run-up to the show propelled by rumors of groundbreaking new…

The Huawei Mate X Is Even More Exciting Than You Think The Huawei Mate X Is Even More Exciting Than You Think

By now, anyone even remotely interested in tech has probably heard about the Mate X—Huawei’s fantastically expensive bendable phone that despite launching second, somehow managed to steal the spotlight from Samsung’s Galaxy Fold.

This Bendy Smartphone-Watch Hybrid Actually Isn't as Silly as It Looks This Bendy Smartphone-Watch Hybrid Actually Isn't as Silly as It Looks

By now, it’s clear MWC 2019 turned into a breakout celebration for all sorts of bendy-screen devices. So after the appearance of Samsung’s Galaxy Fold and Huawei’s Mate X, I went on the hunt for more gadgets with flex displays. That’s when I remembered that Nubia—makers of weird devices like this dual-screen phone…

Energizer's Extra Juicy Phone Is Dumb Thick Energizer's Extra Juicy Phone Is Dumb Thick

Every year, the battery life of phones gets just a little bit longer, but somehow there’s always a handful of people who still want more. So as is if to end battery life anxiety once and for all, this simply massive Energizer phone popped up at MWC to really prove that a phone really can have too much juice.

HTC Did the Unthinkable and Made a Hotspot That’s Cool HTC Did the Unthinkable and Made a Hotspot That’s Cool

It’s much more than a simple hotspot, but too bulky to be a smartphone and too small to be a tablet. But none of that really matters because with its new 5G Hub, HTC did the impossible and made hotspot that’s worth caring about.

5G Is Going to Be an Incredibly Tough Sell in 2019 5G Is Going to Be an Incredibly Tough Sell in 2019

While the avalanche of announcements may have made it seem otherwise, today officially marks the first day of Mobile World Congress 2019, and aside from all the ambitious, weird, and sophisticated new handsets on display at the show, without a doubt the other big topic for the show is 5G.

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