We’ve finished the month of May, and essentially every smartphone vendor has at least released their 2021 flagship line-up, cementing that product segment for pretty much the rest of the year. During the month we’ve seen very little changes in terms of new releases and the only thing of notable recommendation changes are in regards to price reductions and more widespread availability in the mid-range selections.
Barely a couple of weeks off of their previous Death Stranding game bundle, NVIDIA is back with a new game bundle for GeForce RTX cards. Dubbed the Frames Win...22 by Ryan Smith on 7/30/2020
Amongst the many flagship devices released in this first half of the year, one often overlooked device was Xiaomi’s Mi 10 series. The company’s leading Snapdragon 865 phones were...45 by Andrei Frumusanu on 7/23/2020
It’s been a few months since LG has released the LG V60, and since then the company has also finally managed to launch the new Velvet phone to western...82 by Andrei Frumusanu on 7/15/2020
Today Qualcomm is announcing an update to its extremely successful Snapdragon 865 SoC: the new Snapdragon 865+. The Snapdragon 865 had already seen tremendous success with over 140 different...88 by Andrei Frumusanu on 7/8/2020
Samsung's second-generation QLC NAND is here, but it's still held back by a SATA interface. The new Samsung 870 QVO is probably big enough to be your only SSD...64 by Billy Tallis on 6/30/2020
It’s been a couple of months since OnePlus released the new OnePlus 8 & OnePlus 8 Pro, and both devices have received plenty of software updates improving the device’s...92 by Andrei Frumusanu on 6/29/2020
The PC industry has introduced some remarkably exciting designs over the last five years or so. Some of those designs, such as the thin-bezel laptop, have been adopted by...123 by Brett Howse on 6/3/2020