The Google phones are back. The Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL have OLED screens, amazing cameras, loud speakers, and the latest version of Android. Did Google hit another home run? Can they compete with the iPhone 8? Dieter Bohn reviews them both.
Google Pixel 2 XL and Pixel 2 are here. Google’s new phones put a huge emphasis on the camera, which does more with one lens than others do with two. Dieter Bohn has this exclusive first look.
Fitbit has just release its first official smartwatch, the Ionic, which follows last year’s Blaze fitness watch. At $300, how does it compare to other smartwatches (like Apple Watch), and is it better as a “smart” watch or as a fitness watch?
The Copenhagan Wheel, based on MIT technology, can turn any ordinary bicycle into a powerful e-bike. A motor, battery, and sensors are all packed into a slick rear wheel. You’ll get 20 miles on a single charge and conquer steep hills without breaking a sweat.
The new Apple TV can stream HD 4K TV. Apple’s new hardware puts the company on equal footing with Roku, Amazon, and Chrome, all of which already offer devices capable of 4K streaming. Apple TV 4K will be available on September 22nd for $179 with 32GB of internal storage or $199 with 64GB.
Shot on location at the offices of OneButton.
The Apple Watch Series 3 is the first smartwatch from Apple to include built-in LTE. In theory, this means you should be able to walk away from your phone and still have cell service through the watch. In reality, it didn’t work all that well.
The Apple iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are pretty much the same as their predecessors, but with wireless charging capability, rear dual-camera system (on the iPhone 8 Plus) and Apple’s new powerful A11 Bionic processor. Though the iPhone 8 basically has the same software as Apple’s new iPhone X, it lacks the the futuristic design of the iPhone X and Apple’s new Face ID. The iPhone 8 will start at $699 for a 64GB model, while the 8 Plus will start at $799 for 64GB of storage. Both phones will be available for preorder starting Friday, September 15th, with a release date a week later on September 22nd.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 is here and it’s trying to erase the memory of what happened with the Note 7 last year. By all accounts, the Note 8 is one of the best phones you can get right now, but it’s also one of the most expensive. Can it pick up the ball the Note 7 dropped?