Dual cameras have found a home in some of today’s high-end smartphones and 2017 is already seeing a line-up of new devices equipped with or expected to sport the cutting edge photography technology. As with all new pieces of technology, we’re also likely to see dual cameras trickle further down into the mid-range too. Huawei’s Honor range is already there. But should we immediately leap at this technology over single sensor alternatives?
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Have you ever woken up abruptly in the middle of the night and thought to yourself, “That was the craziest dream I’ve ever had?” For most people, that thought is as far as they get towards actually documenting the strange occurrence. Developer Hunter Lee Soik and his team of highly motivated innovators are working hard on fixing this problem.
Today I am going to review the most cost effective and resilient smart watches that money can buy, I am going to start with the most basic models and I am going to end my review with the most functional smart watches, the latest models are capable of performing advanced tasks and might as well replace your smart phone.
In this article I am going to talk about the future of Wimax. Wimax might just be the ideal 4G technology because it can deliver high speed internet with a huge coverage, Wimax is also called WiFi on steroids. What is Wimax? Wimax stands for the worldwide interoperability for microwave access. Wimax is a good alternative to DSl, Cable and T1 lines. The internet is formed out of three high speed access methods, cable, dsl and the T1 line.
2017 is the year the iPhone gets a major upgrade. We already know about its radical redesign, but now there are further details on what could be its most significant new feature – and the additional cost it brings… The source is none other than KGI Securities’ Ming-Chi Kuo (famously dubbed “the best Apple AAPL -0.22% analyst on the planet”). In a new report obtained by 9to5Mac, Kuo says Apple will finally introduce wireless charging across its upcoming iPhone ranges. This will double up with fast wired charging, which I exclusively revealed last month.
The good: Long battery life, Good camera with a wide range of controls, Easy to grip without a case The bad: Includes excessive apps, Not water and dust resistant, No virtual assistant at launch Who should buy: Android fans looking for a great large phone with long battery life. When Samsung recalled its Galaxy Note 7 last September, Android fans looking for a big-screened smartphone were left with few choices aside from Google’s Pixel XL.
There is a lot of talk about the look of the so-called ‘iPhone 8’. Much like the radically redesigned Galaxy S8, Apple AAPL +0.07%’s 2017 iPhone is expected to undergo the greatest external overhaul in several generations. But it looks like this will be done without what was meant to be its most exciting feature.
iPhone gains ground, but Android’s still top dog. Google’s mobile software continues to eat iPhone’s lunch in the US, Europe and China, but Apple is catching up in key markets
Apple’s iPhone had a strong holiday season, according to a report by Kantar Worldpanel ComTech published Wednesday. But Google’s Android continues to dominate overall.
As per Gartner, Mac sales remained steady in Q4, 2016 despite PC sales slowing down. The company estimates that Apple shipped 5.4 million units of Macs worldwide, up by a mere 0.1 million from the same time in 2015.