Sony’s new phone wants to give you total control of the photography experience — basically opposite of what Apple or Google wants you to have.
Other than its cheap feeling plastic back, nothing about this phone can’t keep up with US$1,200 phones from Apple and Samsung
The design ain’t original at all, but you get a lot for two (US) hundred bucks.
In basketball terms we’d call the Zero a “million dollar move, five cent finish.”
Chinese brands are trying to undercut one another like they’re Vince McMahon and Eric Bischoff in the late 90s.
How does the $300-ish Pocophone stack up against the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 in crucial daily use areas?
The Huawei Matebook X Pro was arguably the best laptop of 2018.