By Ron Kroichick Updated 5:14 pm, Tuesday, May 29, 2018 Stephen Curry and Co. conquered a fresh, compelling challenge to escape the West. Now, after the Warriors finally dispatched Houston, an all-too-familiar obstacle awaits in the NBA Finals. Yep, him again. LeBron James has established permanent residency in the Finals — eight consecutive appearances, nine in his career — but this year’s unexpected trip with the Cavaliers speaks most powerfully to his transcendent skills. These Cavs are a disparate collection of spare parts, scraped together in support of King James. He carried them to 50 regular-season victories and playoff triumphs over the Pacers (seven games), Raptors (four games) and Celtics (seven games). James and the Cavs stand in Golden State’s way for the fourth consecutive year, even if their presence seems wildly improbable. “We’ve been counted out for a long time this season,” James said after Sunday night’s … [Read more...] about Warriors overwhelming favorites vs. Cavs in NBA Finals
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posted on 06 Apr 2017, 03:48 0 1. AlikMalix (unregistered) Tap and quite often - Voice, specifically when there's a whole sentence or a paragraph that I want to text, or input... Also, because I know more than one language, but only learned to type in English - nearly always use Voice to text in another language... posted on 06 Apr 2017, 03:50 0 2. phonearenarocks (Posts: 590; Member since: 26 Mar 2015) This is so funny, at this point in time Tap, Swipe and Combined scores are 55%, 18% and 24% respectively. Shocked to see that people just can't make use of the productivity features that mobile platforms provide. posted on 06 Apr 2017, 04:24 4 7. RoboticEngi (Posts: 1169; Member since: 03 Dec 2014) Maybe because alot of users around the world doesnt have their language supported. Or maybe they feel stupid talking to their phone...who knows... posted on 06 Apr 2017, 14:36 0 23. thxultra (Posts: 279; Member since: 16 Oct 2014) You hit the nail on the head … [Read more...] about Comments for : Tap vs Swipe vs Voice: How do you type?
The second-gen Google Pixel is here, aiming to be another great chapter in Google's history. After its predecessor received tons of critical acclaim mainly due to its spectacular camera performance, the Pixel 2 has some big shoes to fill in. Oh, and the competition never sleeps. With the rather good Galaxy S8, iPhone 8, and LG G6 already available on the market, the Pixel 2 has a rather difficult and arduous task ahead of itself. Time will show if the Pixel 2 will be a commercial success, but right now, the important thing to know is how the new Pixel chimes up against the competition. Specs Google Pixel 2 Samsung Galaxy S8 LG G6 Apple iPhone 8 Display 5.0-inch OLED1080 x 1920 pixels 5.8-inch AMOLED1440 x 2960 pixels 5.7-inch IPS LCD1440 x 2880 pixels 4.7-inch LCD750 x 1334 pixels Size 144.8 x 68.6 x 7.6 mm 148.9 x 68.1 x 8.0 mm 148.9 x 71.9 x 7.9 mm 138.4 x 67.3 x 7.3 mm Screen-to-body ratio 68.58 % 84.26% 79.47% 65.34% Processor Snapdragon 835 Snapdragon … [Read more...] about Google Pixel 2 vs Galaxy S8 vs LG G6 vs iPhone 8: four-way specs comparison
After months of leaks, rumors, and speculation, Samsung's most advanced and feature-rich phone to date, the Galaxy Note5, just arrived with a bang! The latest addition to the Galaxy Note phablet line of devices continues the tradition and is yet another feature- and specs-rich powerhouse with an S Pen stylus on board. All of this is paired with Samsung's new design language, which debuted with the Galaxy S6 and the S6 edge. From the looks of it, the Galaxy Note5 might be another successful chapter in Sammy's phablet history, but is it a worthy improvement over last year's Galaxy Note 4? The omission of a few key features and the slight downgrade in some of the specs are still something that needs to be considered by the willing adopters, as the new glass and metal design of the device takes its toll. Then again, what will happen if we put the brand new Galaxy Note5 against the OnePlus 2, a device that is touted as being the flagship killer for 2016? Since we were quite … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy Note5 vs Galaxy Note 4 vs OnePlus 2: specs comparison
Three phones will battle for the attention of most users throughout most of 2015: the Apple iPhone 6 with its record-beating sales, the completely reimagined Samsung Galaxy S6, and the stylish HTC One M9.Now that Samsung has finally realized the importance of designed and has released the Galaxy S6 in a completely overhauled aesthetic, we can finally say there is some sort of parity between flagships this year when it comes to their design appeal.Gone are the times of all-Snapdragon flagshipsHowever, gone are the times of all-Snapdragon-toting devices, and this year, we have a true diversity of processors: the iPhone 6 touts the Apple A8 SoC, the Galaxy S6 features a Samsung-made Exynos 7420, and the One M9 sports a Snapdragon 810 chip.What are the differences between the three, and which one works best? We take a look at the CPU and GPU performance, as well as the effect they have on battery life in this Galaxy S6 vs One M9 vs iPhone 6 performance review.CPURather than speaking about … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy S6 (Exynos 7420) vs HTC One M9 (Snapdragon 810) vs iPhone 6 (Apple A8) performance review