The T-Mobile Revvl was released on Thursday, August 10 and is being classified as their budget-smartphone. The price up front is $125 or just $5 a month, but let me tell you why I’m so interested: it’s loaded with mostly great specs. The Revvl comes with a 13 megapixel camera, a 5.5″ screen with a […]Read More T-Mobile Has Just Released This $125 Underrated Smartphone
I’m going to give you all some time to take a look at an article I wrote a couple weeks back: Augmented Reality May Be the Successor to the iPhone, Simultaneously Causing the Extinction of Smartphones Okay, done? Good, because oh, boy do I have to tell you “I told you so.” Rishabh Jain of […]Read More Follow Up: Augmented Reality is the Future of Mobile Technology
Remember when Nintendo realized how bad they messed up the 3D effect of the Nintendo 3DS XL, and they decided to make a new and improved product with all of the same features except for fixing the issue? Well, I’ll just keep that a rhetorical question. The new Nintendo 2DS XL (not 3) has just arrived […]Read More The Nintendo 2DS XL Has Arrived, and Has Potential to Rise Above It’s Older Brother.
Here’s a letter to Apple I wrote [but will not actually be sent] about their problems with supply and demand.Read More Will Apple Finally Increase Supply For The Launch of the Next iPhone?
For the past decade or so, Sony and Microsoft have consistently been developing and improving their gaming consoles. From graphics and performance, download and upload speed to storage and game selection, These two Goliaths have not gone off the train tracks yet. But a new player has busted out of the gate this year with […]Read More Why the Nintendo Switch Will Be the Future of Gaming
At the University of Washington, researchers have successfully made a battery-free phone that functions effectively and just like any other phone. The test was done by completing full-on Skype calls. If this is possible right now, when will every smartphone company be adding this innovation to their devices and how does it work? To answer […]Read More Is A Battery-Free Phone Really A Good Thing?
10 years ago, Apple released the first iPhone, and changed the technology atmosphere forever, replacing music players, flip phones, and pagers. There’s no doubt the iPhone will be around for quite a lot longer, but with new technology coming out as recently as 5 years ago up until now, smartphone enthusiasts may have to switch their expertise […]Read More Augmented Reality May Be the Successor to the iPhone, Simultaneously Causing the Extinction of Smartphones