posted on 26 Nov 2015, 06:57 7 2. Zack_2014 (Posts: 618; Member since: 25 Mar 2014) Apple is gonna jump into AMOLED once the tech is fully mature(which most like is in the next 2 years) and when it is superior to LCDs in every aspect. posted on 26 Nov 2015, 07:45 13 9. Finalflash (Posts: 3709; Member since: 23 Jul 2013) Not really, Apple will jump in when AMOLED is cheaper than LCD or as cheap in every aspect. As of now, it is not cheaper and therefore, consumes more profits than Apple's customers are worth to Apple. Currently, Apple uses TFT LCD tech in their phones which is practically the cheapest and lowest quality LCD tech available, but hey, lets just delude ourselves into thinking they care about quality. posted on 26 Nov 2015, 08:02 2 11. fatexo (Posts: 221; Member since: 21 May 2010) They use IPS LCD which is one of the best screen tech out there. 13. Commentator (Posts: 3722; Member since: 16 Aug 2011) Technically IPS is TFT, but his comment was … [Read more...] about Comments for : Would you like to see AMOLED screens on future iPhones?
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posted on 20 May 2016, 09:16 2 3. ThePython (Posts: 902; Member since: 08 May 2013) Honestly, I'm really considering the G4 Plus as my next phone. My 1st gen Moto X is starting to show its age. posted on 20 May 2016, 11:05 0 7. jove39 (Posts: 2064; Member since: 18 Oct 2011) Why Moto G? posted on 20 May 2016, 09:22 1 4. fonelover (Posts: 254; Member since: 19 Mar 2015) That camera hump is ugly. posted on 20 May 2016, 11:18 2 8. DroidMystic (Posts: 89; Member since: 31 Oct 2014) Moto G4 plus is an iPhone 6S killer in camera department I saw the PIC quality it is just amazing for that price. posted on 22 May 2016, 08:03 0 16. rubyonrails3 (Posts: 339; Member since: 01 Oct 2014) Keep dreaming dude keep dreaming :) posted on 20 May 2016, 12:03 0 10. alx777 (Posts: 2; Member since: 21 Feb 2016) I just bought a moto x 2014 32 gb for 140 US un he official store, i think that for this price is the best You can get and its better than the moto … [Read more...] about Comments for : 9 things to know about the Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus
Google Assistant is getting smarter than Google Now ever was. Not only does the service support more than one language, but it also will soon feature more robust third-party integration, meaning that it can help you control your entire digital life — not just your Google life.Assistant is similar to Google Now in that it allows you to ask questions and get answers. The service goes beyond the the messaging app Allo where it debuted — it’s also now featured in Google Home, Google’s answer to the Amazon Echo. And, of course, it’s also found in all kinds of Android smartphones that run Android Marshmallow, Nougat, or Oreo. Here’s everything you need to know about the Google Assistant.Assistant can now help you troubleshoot your Pixel 2 XLGoogle has updated Google Assistant to help you with troubleshooting your phone, according to Android Police — though it’s only available on the Pixel 2 XL, for now. Using the new feature, … [Read more...] about Everything you need to know about Google Assistant
I was interested in Glass, but Google didn’t seem interested in me.One day in the not too far future, you’ll be able to walk into a store and buy Google Glass. It probably won’t be a Best Buy, but a dedicated Google-run showroom. Following Glass’ debut in the UK, Google opened up just such a store in central London. We paid it a visit to see exactly what it will be like for someone to buy one of the most controversial pieces of tech in the past few years.This is the fourth store we know of, for the record. It’s siblings are in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York City.Much like ordering a Glass until recently, getting inside the store is something of a mission, which begins even before you step foot outside your front door. Google really wants you to make an appointment, something which is mercifully easy to do online, but almost impossible any other way. The Glass store isn’t located on a busy high street either; you have to search to find … [Read more...] about What it’s like to tour one of Google’s hidden, strange Glass stores
The next frontier could be within reach. A private Dutch company recently announced its plants to colonize Mars, turning the red planet into an alternative society for humans. It’s a bold plan, and one that comes at the same time and more and more private sector firms are launching their own galactic efforts. Despite the undeniable interest — and maybe shock — at these plans, we had to ask whether colonizing Mars is in our (and Earth’s) best interests or not. Molly For a few reasons, yes, humans should colonize Mars. First of all, it’s not as if we’re sending humans out to space without preparation or planning; it’s an incremental idea. Rovers go, then a couple of astronauts go, then more astronauts, until a suitable living environment for people is built. This plan doesn’t include moving a large portion of civilization to Mars (by 2033, Mars One wants to have 20 astronauts living there), it’s about laying the … [Read more...] about DT Debates: Should humans go to Mars?
It’s early days for the freshly revived Sierra brand. We know that Geometry Wars: Dimensions is coming sometime before the end of 2014, and we know that The Odd Gentlemen are hard at work on a new chapter in the King’s Quest series for 2015 (bestill my heart), but that’s about the extent of it.The new face of Sierra amounts to a sub-label for Activision that will focus on indie publishing. You’ll see familiar favorites from the Sierra archives, but you’ll also see that old 90s Sierra push to work with fresh developers on fresh projects.What little we know for the moment comes from Bob Loya, Senior Director of External Development at Activision. He was the sole voice of the publisher featured in the press release announcing Sierra’s return, and he’s leading the charge on the development side of things. It’s busy days for the newly resurrected brand, but we were able to get Loya to answer a handful of questions about what’s ahead … [Read more...] about Everything we know about Sierra’s resurrection, from the man casting the spell
Do you post a comically angelic baby picture every Thursday? Or an immaculately-lit snapshot from that one week three years ago when you did the Atkins diet and became your sveltest self?If you use Instagram or Twitter, you’ve probably seen or used the hashtag #throwbackthursday, or #tbt, once or twice (or a million times). It rose to such infamy that along came #flashbackfriday so people would have an excuse to post old pictures two days a week instead of one. It’s so popular that there are over 40 million pictures tagged with #tbt on Instagram, another nearly 23 million with #throwbackthursday and there are even over 135,000 hilariously tagged with #throwbackthursdayy. Throwback Thursday is possibly the most popular hashtag game ever. But that doesn’t mean everyone knows how to do it properly, or when it started.Back to the beginningsIt’s hard to pinpoint exactly where Throwback Thursday started. If you do a search using … [Read more...] about Everything you need to know about your favorite day: Throwback Thursday (er, #tbt)
Godzilla is a terrifying Japanese beast, and if it comes for you, you should head for the hills as fast as you can. Oh, and Godzilla is also a monster movie. The Godzilla I’m referring to here is the Nissan GT-R. We loved the current generation, though it’s getting a bit long in the tooth. Delightfully, Nissan is set to spawn a GT-R sequel very soon. But will it live up to the hype the same way Godzilla the movie did? As the release of the next generation of Japan’s leading supercar approaches, we have delved into all the facts, rumor, hearsay, and outright speculation available to try and answer that question. And not to spoil it for you, but we are awfully excited. Go hybrid or go home The big news on the next gen GT-R is that it will be packing lightning. Like just about everyone these days – or at least McLaren, Ferrari, Porsche, and Acura – Nissan has decided the future of high performance is in electricity.In fact, recent reports suggest … [Read more...] about Rumor Roundup: Everything you’re dying to know about the 2016 Nissan GT-R
I may be the only person on the Web who defended the Vertu TI when it was announced. Much like a luxury sports car or wristwatch, I thought there could be merit to Vertu’s new $11,000 Android phone. And after briefly using the phone and touring the Vertu factory, I remained optimistic. But there was one thing I had yet to know: What is it really like to carry around and use an $11,000 smartphone? Would people stare? Would women flock to me like I’m wearing Axe body spray? Would showing other men my Vertu be like that business card scene from American Psycho? I wanted to know. No, I needed to know. Luckily, Vertu decided to help me out. With a little persuading, the company decided to lend me one of its prized phones for a few days.It wasn’t a matter of if, but how. How cool, suave, and sophisticated would the TI make me look? All this was going through my mind as I headed toward Vertu’s boutique store on New Bond Street in London. If you haven’t … [Read more...] about Am I cool yet? What it’s like to own the $11,000 Vertu phone for the weekend
News360 is available for free at Google Play.News360, a learning news aggregator for Android, has recently been updated. I decided to take a look.Uniquely, this app uses a thumbs-up button style of interaction in combination with collected statistics to provide stories that are supposed to be customized for you.Unlike aggregators such as Google's Currents, Pulse News, Flipboard or Feedly, News360 claims to learn what kind of stories you like and don't like as you read.Good luck. I'm not sure that my taste in news can be learned -- but if it can, News360 sure is a slow learner.News360 is a free app available in the Android Play store. There's also a Google TV version available for the big screen. It's available for straightforward Web page delivery as well, along with desktop browser add-ons.I used my Google ID -- the same one I use for Gmail and Google Reader -- but you can log on via Twitter, Facebook and so forth. Connecting accounts allows the app to learn from content in them … [Read more...] about News360: Getting to Know You at a Snail’s Pace