Nokia enters the “notch” market with new Nokia 5.1 Plus and Nokia 6.1 Plus mid-range devices!

Ever since the Nokia brand returned to the masses, thanks in part to HMD Global, a collection of actually very impressive devices have been released since. Whilst today may have been expected to be the big Nokia 9 announcement, Nokia’s next expected flagship, instead we got theses, two new mid-range devices, iterative upgrades to theContinue reading “Nokia enters the “notch” market with new Nokia 5.1 Plus and Nokia 6.1 Plus mid-range devices!”

Motorola’s iPhone X copy, the P30, is now official!

We reported earlier in the week, of a leaked Motorola device with a striking resemblance to a certain other smartphone, and, whilst many didn’t even believe it as even true, never mind those just shaking their heads at it, let us be the one to inform you, it is indeed both official and it’s real,Continue reading “Motorola’s iPhone X copy, the P30, is now official!”

Google could allow the installation of Windows on to Chromebooks with new ‘Campfire’ feature!

If there’s one thing that you can never predict, it’s the relationship between Google and Microsoft. Both companies just don’t know what the other one thinks, though, granted, this is a lot more from Google, than Microsoft. Whilst Microsoft still has a stronghold in the desktop market with Windows, it’s becoming clearer and clearer thatContinue reading “Google could allow the installation of Windows on to Chromebooks with new ‘Campfire’ feature!”

This is the Motorola P30 (Leak) … no, that’s not a new Huawei phone, and no, it’s not the iPhone X, but could’ve fooled us! (UPDATED)

When Apple announced the iPhone X last year, it was hilarious to see just how many people didn’t like the notch, however, that certainly didn’t deter Android manufactures from further adopting the notch on all their devices. However, most Android devices have previously adopted the notch to include just the front facing Camera and ambientContinue reading “This is the Motorola P30 (Leak) … no, that’s not a new Huawei phone, and no, it’s not the iPhone X, but could’ve fooled us! (UPDATED)”

Microsoft announce Surface Go, a low cost Surface option which a small 10 inch display!

Microsoft have announced yet another addition to the Surface family with the new Microsoft Surface Go. Unlike most Surface devices, it seems to bridged the gap upon the land of being affordable, and has a much smaller footprint than prior models, as well as pretty attractive starting price of £379, which begs the obvious question,Continue reading “Microsoft announce Surface Go, a low cost Surface option which a small 10 inch display!”

Samsung teases their upcoming Galaxy Home smart speaker!

Was only a matter of time, and, today, it happened, this is Samsung’s Smart Speaker, the Galaxy Home. Powered by Bixby, which probably will put most off instantly, the Galaxy Home seems to have been designed by a few fired employees at IKEA, but we digress. We’re trying not to mock, but look at this thing.Continue reading “Samsung teases their upcoming Galaxy Home smart speaker!”

Samsung drops the Gear brand and announces Galaxy Watch

Samsung today announced, alongside the Note 9, an all new Smart Watch, though interestingly, instead of using their traditional Gear branding, Samsung have opted simply to name the watch, the Galaxy Watch. The name is ironic as most people simply refer to Gear watches as a “galaxy watch”, in the same irony of if AppleContinue reading “Samsung drops the Gear brand and announces Galaxy Watch”

Samsung announce Galaxy Note 9 – More of the same, or a welcome update, we’ll let you decide!

In the Smartphone market these days it’s always tough to stand out, and that’s clearly hitting every brand, this year that seems to include Samsung. With the launch of their new Note 9 Smartphone, we’re left with more than mixed feelings. Its not that the device is bad, it’s most definitely not, but it failsContinue reading “Samsung announce Galaxy Note 9 – More of the same, or a welcome update, we’ll let you decide!”

Android 9 ladies and gentleman will be called …. Pie!

After many months of deliberating, we’re finally able to share what the next version of Google’s Android operating system will be called. The release following Oreo was simply known as Android P, then during and after I/O, it was still known as Android P, but now we can finally add a couple more letters toContinue reading “Android 9 ladies and gentleman will be called …. Pie!”