• 29
    Sep

    The revamped Motorola Razr foldable launches October 2, starting at $1,200

    Foldable phones have had…quite the journey over the last few years. The second time appears to have been the charm for the Galaxy Fold, with a far more robust design than the first generation. And now Motorola’s  hoping for similar luck with a revamped version of the Razr. The Lenovo -owned brand announced this morning that the latest addition of the phone will officially ...
  • 3
    Sep

    This Garmin GPS aims to improve motorsport’s lap times and more

    Garmin today is announcing a $999 GPS  unit designed specifically for motorsports. Called the Garmin Catalyst the unit aims to be a motorsports coach of sorts, helping drivers improve lap times, and more. It’s the latest example of Garmin testing different markets now that GPS units are built-into most vehicles. Like standard GPS units, the Catalyst mounts on the windshield and provides detailed ...
  • 27
    May

    Apple begins offering Macs with custom configurations in India

    Apple is finally giving customers in India the ability to order customized versions of iMac, MacBook Air, Mac Mini and other Mac computers. The Cupertino-giant has started to offer a full-range of the Mac portfolio with configure-to-order (CTO) or build-to-order (BTO) option in India, allowing customers in the country to request specific custom needs such as additional memory or storage ...
  • 26
    May

    Jabra’s Elite Active 75t earbuds offer great value and sound for both workouts and workdays

    Technology improvements over the past few years mean that most fully wireless earbuds are a lot better than they used to be. That has led to something of a narrowing of the field among competitors in this arena, but some of the players still stand out – and Jabra have definitely delivered a standout performer with its newest Elite Active 75t fully ...
  • 20
    May

    China’s Geek+ brings warehouse robots to US via Conveyco partnership

    Chinese robots will soon be seen roaming a number of warehouse floors across North America. Geek+,  a well-funded Chinese robotics company that specializes in logistics automation for factories, warehouses and supply chains, furthers its expansion in North America after striking a strategic partnership with Conveyco, an order fulfillment and distribution center system integrator with operations across the continent. Geek+ is seizing a ...
  • 23
    Apr

    Apple said to sell Macs powered by in-house ARM-based chips as early as 2021

    Apple’s  long-rumored Mac ARM chip transition could happen as early as next year, according to a new report from Bloomberg. The report says that Apple is currently working on three Mac processors based on the design of the A14 system-on-a-chip that will power the next-generation iPhone. The first of the Mac versions will greatly exceed the speed of the iPhone and iPad ...
  • 13
    Apr

    Apple said to be planning fall iPhone refresh with iPad Pro-like design

    Apple  is readying a new iPhone for fall to replace the iPhone 11 Pro this fall, Bloomberg reports, as well as follow-ups to the iPhone 11, a new smaller HomePod, and a locator tag accessory. The top-end iPhone 11 Pro successors at least will have a new industrial design that more closely resembles the iPad Pro, with flat screens and sides instead ...
  • 25
    Feb

    Huawei’s ill-fated foldable returns with a more robust upgrade

    MWC may have been canceled on account of rising coronavirus concerns, but the party still went on for Huawei (albeit to what appears to have been a mostly empty room). A year after wowing crowds with the Mate X, the company is introducing the Mate Xs. Rather than a proper successor, the device appears to be the result of Huawei’s decision to go ...
  • 24
    Feb

    Sony announces its first 5G flagship, the triple lens Xperia 1 II

    Sony  has announced its first 5G smartphone: The Xperia 1 II — which, for the curious and/or confused, is pronounced ‘Xperia One, Mark Two’. Which isn’t at all confusing, er. “No one understands the entertainment experience better than Sony,” said president of mobile communications, Mitsuya Kishida, claiming the company is “uniquely positioned” in the era of 5G cellular technology to offer its target ...
  • 6
    Jan

    Amazon’s Fire TV platform now reaches over 40 million monthly active users, topping Roku

    Amazon’s  Fire TV platform now has over 40 million users, the company announced today. That’s up from the 34 million it claimed in May 2019 and more than the 32.3 million active accounts Roku reported during its Q3 2019 results this past November. Roku’s “active accounts” figure describes those accounts where users have streamed at least once during the past 30 days, but ...