The Latest on Google Pixel 8: Faster Charging, Bigger Batteries, and WiFi 7

The thing about Google Pixel devices is that no information about them remains a secret for too long. And this is not limited to recent models. Sometimes, I feel like Google intentionally gives out information about upcoming phones just to create hype. For example, we have had much concrete information about the Google Pixel 8 […]

No More Updates: Xiaomi Adds 10 Phones to End of Support List

Like most phone manufacturers, Xiaomi maintains an EOS (End of Support) Product List Page. This page gives you information on the devices the phone manufacturer will stop offering support for. In simple terms, the phones listed on this page will not get any more software or security updates. That said, Xiaomi recently updated its EOS […]

The Ultimate Guide to Choosing the Perfect Smartphone for Travelers

Your smartphone is one of the most important tools you’ll have when you travel. It can help you stay connected with friends and family, navigate your way around new places, and capture memories that will last a lifetime. But not all smartphones are created equal when it comes to travel. Some are better suited for […]

Satellite Link or No Think: Motorola Defy Delivers Unbeatable Connection!

Featuring a dazzling array of features and a starting price of $149.99, the long-awaited Motorola Defy Satellite Link accessory has gone on sale in the US. Launched earlier this year, the Defy Satellite Link ought to change the way mobile phones work. It can work with both iPhone and Android phones via Bluetooth. Thus, owners […]

Twitter’s New Tweet Read Limits: How They Will Impact User Experience and Community

Twitter has recently announced that it will be limiting how many tweets users can read per day. The limits are designed to discourage data scraping and system manipulation, which can be used to spread misinformation and manipulate public opinion. Twitter’s New Tweet Read Limits The limits are based on the user’s account type. Verified accounts […]