The Galaxy S8

It is inevitable that I am never going to be too excited by any new Android phone because the chances of me moving to the platform at the moment are very remote. For a number of reasons, mainly how much of my time and money has already been invested in the platform, it would take […]

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Android O

Google launched a developers-only preview version of Android O, version 8.0 of its mobile operating system, today (Mar. 21). While 2016’s Android 7.0 Nougat added split-screen mode and direct reply to messages, this year’s update looks to fix battery life issues and make the OS more efficient to use… More at Tom’s Guide. Looks like […]

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The BlackBerry KeyOne

There isn’t much I can add about the BlackBerry KeyOne that hasn’t already been written in the past 24 hours. It looks good in an ungainly kind of way that suggests the keyboard has been squeezed below the screen. However, if you spent some time with it, as per the article above, you may grow to […]

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