As you’ve likely heard by now, the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is finished. Finito. Kaput. Dead. In fact, there are even doubts about the phone’s replacement. Can Samsung possibly offer a Note 8 after the disaster that was the Note 7? It’s anyone’s guess at this time, but experts are thinking the answer to that question might be an emphatic no.
Google’s new smartphone has finally been unveiled. After a series of leaks, Google has brought its new flagship devices to light, the Pixel and Pixel XL. Both devices are made by HTC and are being advertised with white and aluminum bodies almost identical to the iPhone 6 and 7. However, Google is keeping one feature Apple threw out–the headphone jack.
Logitech’s new Prodigy G 2016 lineup has stuck to its basic consumer gaming roots, including RGB lighting, sleek and simple designs, and included software that’s functional and fun to use. But as practical as the products are, we had to see how they would hold up under actual use. Below you’ll find our full review of Logitech’s brand new Prodigy G213 keyboard.
SanDisk has done it again. Just six months after announcing its largest ever 200GB MicroSD card for the consumer market, the storage technology company has broken yet another world record by creating a 1 Terabyte (TB) SD card. In the announcement Tuesday, Sandisk said the 1TB SDXC card is a prototype with the intent to help video professionals looking to film 4K and 8K high resolution content.
Despite Uber and Lyft running the corporate carpooling market in Washington, another player has entered the game. Last week, ride-sharing company, Via, extended its service to D.C, specifically in Columbia Heights and the surrounding area. The company currently has service in areas of Chicago and New York.