Tag: samsung

Galaxy Note9 unboxed and ready to sell

Samsung’s Note9 is unboxed. Do you want it? Should you want it? Maybe. The new Note9 is very similar to the Note8, but with upgrades. Slightly seems to be the best way to describe the new Note. It’s slightly larger, has a sightly larger screen, is slightly heavier, has a slightly better camera  and is

The name’s Pie, Android Pie

The wait is over. The P stands for Pie, Android Pie. Yep, Google’s new operating system is called Pie, or as Google will tell you, Android 9. The systems latest features concentrate on battery life and tech addiction. That’s right, tech addiction. Google (and Apple) want us to believe the company doesn’t always want you

Android P To make living with phone easier, less addictive

Android phone users are eagerly awaiting the next operating system, no matter what it’s called.  Soooooo, what will it be called? For now it’s Android P. What the P stands for is anyone’s guess. Some of the guesses are really interesting. More on that later. The new OS will launch in the fall. You can

Samsung 4K player delivers the goods to high-def TVs

After spending a few months with a Samsung 4K disc player I have come to the conclusion that blu-ray is no longer enough. There, I said it. Yes, folks, watching 4K movies is a much more immersive experience than watching my favorite films on Blu-ray. No there isn’t a lot of content, but what’s out

Blu Vivo Air apes Apple style, offers Android performance

Apple, Samsung and a few other manufacturers seem to have the cell phone game locked down. Yet, there are a handful of companies that have challenged all of the high-priced, must-have phones with low-cost phones which do the same for less. Ok, maybe not exactly the same, but close. Isn’t the main function of a

4K HD is here. Do you want it? Do you care?

Like your 1080p television? Good, It’s obsolete and it’s not 3D, it’s 4K HD that’s the culprit. Yes, as I write, the first sets are available on line and at select retailers. It has a resolution four times that of 1080p sets, or so says the folks who make them. It’s hard to really tell