Tag: Features

Smartphone stills are getting so much better, but what about video?

Opinion post by C. Scott Brown If you watch any smartphone launch event from the last few years, chances are exceptionally good that a large part of that presentation will focus on the phone’s camera. The phone will likely have multiple lenses, state-of-the-art sensors, and software tweaks that will make your photos really pop. However, […]

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Buyers guide: phones that support third-party fast chargers and accessories

Proprietary fast charging technologies are great for juicing up your empty handset, but they have their limitations. Power banks don’t support proprietary standards, neither do car-chargers nor multi-device power hubs. If you use any of these, you’ll want a phone that supports one of the popular standards used by third-party fast chargers. Namely USB Power Delivery and […]

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An inside look at Facebook’s mobile app development process

Recently, I visited the Facebook Headquarters in London to learn about the process of developing and maintaining its mobile Facebook app. Much more goes on here than you probably realize: some of Facebook’s apps are handled here in their entirety, like WhatsApp for desktop and the business-oriented Workplace app. The offices are just what you’d expect […]

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Will ‘Us’ Land Lupita Nyong’o an Oscar Nomination? It Should.

Will ‘Us’ Land Lupita Nyong’o an Oscar Nomination? It Should. | Entertainment Tonight arrow-left-mobilearrow leftarrow-right-mobilearrow rightGroup 7Gallery Icon Copy 2Video Play Button Copy 5Hamburger MenuInstagramTwitterYoutubeShare Button7C858890-6955-48EA-B871-66CE1E33590CVideo-Playbutton Copy Skip to main content #wpdevar_comment_1 span,#wpdevar_comment_1 iframe{width:100% !important;}

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Understanding aperture – What does it mean and how does it affect image quality

I’m sure many of you use your smartphone as your primary camera. Even those that own a DSLR can’t argue with the convenience of having a good shooter in their pocket. Truth be told, flagship smartphone camera quality is more than good enough for capturing most day-to-day moments. To make matters more exciting, manufacturers show […]

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The Babies Who Played Rachel’s Daughter on ‘Friends’ Are Now Twinning in Jordan Peele’s ‘Us’

The Babies Who Played Rachel’s Daughter on ‘Friends’ Are Now Twinning in Jordan Peele’s ‘Us’ | Entertainment Tonight arrow-left-mobilearrow leftarrow-right-mobilearrow rightGroup 7Gallery Icon Copy 2Video Play Button Copy 5Hamburger MenuInstagramTwitterYoutubeShare Button7C858890-6955-48EA-B871-66CE1E33590CVideo-Playbutton Copy Skip to main content #wpdevar_comment_1 span,#wpdevar_comment_1 iframe{width:100% !important;}

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Night mode could make 2019 budget phone cameras awesome

Arguably the biggest camera feature in 2018 was the introduction of night mode. Between efforts by Huawei, Google, and Xiaomi, it quickly became apparent that today’s image stacking and machine learning technologies are able to deliver a massive leap in low-light capabilities. Editor’s Pick Google Pixel 3 Night Sight vs Huawei Mate 20 Pro Night Mode […]

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How a faux fur leopard print jacket from Hot Topic unlocked the confidence I didn’t know I had

A Leopard Print Jacket From Hot Topic Unlocked My Self-Confidence – HelloGiggles How a faux fur leopard print jacket from Hot Topic unlocked the confidence I didn’t know I had this link is to an external site that may or may not meet accessibility guidelines.

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Joey King Gets Vulnerable in Hulu’s ‘The Act’ (Exclusive)

Joey King Gets Vulnerable in Hulu’s ‘The Act’ (Exclusive) | Entertainment Tonight arrow-left-mobilearrow leftarrow-right-mobilearrow rightGroup 7Gallery Icon Copy 2Video Play Button Copy 5Hamburger MenuInstagramTwitterYoutubeShare Button7C858890-6955-48EA-B871-66CE1E33590CVideo-Playbutton Copy Skip to main content #wpdevar_comment_1 span,#wpdevar_comment_1 iframe{width:100% !important;}

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id Software brings new hope to Linux and game streaming via Google Stadia

Google CEO Sundar Pichai admits he’s not really a gamer, but he’s extremely confident in yet another game streaming service launching later this year: Google Stadia. Introduced during Google’s GDC 2019 keynote, we don’t know any specifics about Google’s upcoming platform. Will it run a virtual machine hosting games you purchase and install in the […]

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After a Year of Playing ‘Crazy Women,’ Patricia Arquette Is Ready to Find Herself Again (Exclusive)

After a Year of Playing ‘Crazy Women,’ Patricia Arquette Is Ready to Find Herself Again (Exclusive) | Entertainment Tonight arrow-left-mobilearrow leftarrow-right-mobilearrow rightGroup 7Gallery Icon Copy 2Video Play Button Copy 5Hamburger MenuInstagramTwitterYoutubeShare Button7C858890-6955-48EA-B871-66CE1E33590CVideo-Playbutton Copy Skip to main content #wpdevar_comment_1 span,#wpdevar_comment_1 iframe{width:100% !important;}

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Do you own a smartwatch, fitness tracker, or other wearable? (Poll of the Week)

Last week’s poll summary: Last week, we asked you if you were installing the Android Q developer preview. Out of almost 850 total votes, 37 percent of voters said they weren’t planning on installing the Android Q beta. 34 percent of voters said they’ve already installed it, while 30 percent of voters are still on […]

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Five years of Wear OS and it’s still too messy to recommend

Opinion post by C. Scott Brown Today is the fifth anniversary of the release of Wear OS. Born as Android Wear, Wear OS is Google’s Android-based operating system specifically designed to work on wearables and smartwatches. After five years of development and refinement, you’d think Wear OS would be a strong contender within the wearable industry […]

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