What Happened To The Flagship 7-Inch Tablets?

It's been nearly a decade since manufacturers developed 7-inch flagship tablets. If you look around the world, you can find a few new 7" tablets, but all of them are budget models with limited features, low memory and ram, and simply cannot compete with modern smartphones. Ever since around 2015, manufacturers bumped the minimum size for a tablet to 8-9 inches, but... read more

Why Mobile Phone Expandable Storage Will Never Die: Top 5 Reasons You Need Expandable Storage

There are many reasons that expandable storage is important for mobile devices. It is true, however, that with an increasing number of mobile devices lacking the expandable storage option, and with more and more internal flash memory included with the phone, that it is becoming less in demand. TechRadar recently released an article, "Does Samsung's Galaxy S21 sound... read more

The Race To Eliminate The Notch To Create The First Truly All-Screen Smartphone

Notches, hole-punches, cutouts, tear-drops, dot-drops. We all hate the notch and its various forms, but it won't be long before one of the rivals at the top of the smartphone game develops the first truly seamless all-screen smartphone - with a front selfie camera behind the screen, instead of inside a cutout. The rise of the notches and cutouts developed from the new... read more

What Does The Future Hold For Ultra Thin and Lightweight Laptops, Televisions, and Mobile Devices?

It's been another two years, and yet, the lightest and thinnest laptops have not changed much. The televisions look the same, and they don't seem to be getting any thinner. Mobile devices also seem to be stagnating. No laptop exists that is ultra powerful, has a decent sized screen, and weighs under 3 pounds. In 2 years, almost no progress has been made, bringing in the... read more

Samsung’s Clever Smartphone Strategy, and Analysis & Future Predictions On The Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S9 Smartphones in 2017 and 2018

Samsung has a secret smartphone strategy that is becoming apparent with the progression of its line of Galaxy smartphones. Apparently Samsung has realized that it has two primary userbases. The first userbase are the power-users and super-users who pretty much hate iPhone and everything iPhone stands for. These users want maximum control over their phone - or at least... read more

The New M.2 Hard Drive Form Factor Is An Important New Development Which Can Transform The Personal Computer Industry

Computer system storage has come a long way in recent years. With the advent of technologies such as helium drives and 3D NAND flash memory, desktop storage has gotten bigger in space and laptop and mobile memory has gotten smaller in size. Today's top-end ultrabooks come with a new form of hard drive that is far different than the traditional 2.5" drives. While 2.5"... read more

Apple Is Dead, Or For That Matter, The iPod Is Now Dead Too

First of all, when I say that "Apple is dead", first I must clarify what I mean. Is the company out of business? No, Apple has not gone out of business. Not yet anyway. When I say "Apple is dead", I mean something else. You see, I used to be an Apple fan, - well, iPod fan - back in the day, back when Apple was revolutionizing the world and bringing dedicated music... read more