Adapt or die! For smartphone makers, this immutable law of nature incentivizes innovation and forces continuous improvement as they seek new ways to make their great devices even greater. What's next? Here are five awesome new smartphone features we're likely to see in the near future.
Should you buy a cheap laptop or an expensive smartphone? Is that even a choice? They're not interchangeable, are they? Most business professionals and road warriors know that you can do a lot of business on a smartphone, but to do a deck or a report or a spreadsheet, you really need a ... wait. What do you really need?
I've had my Samsung Galaxy Note 9 for a few days and I can say without hesitation that this is an awesome device. It's aesthetically beautiful, it’s fast, it’s powerful, and it's packed with small improvements that combine to make the Note 9 a best-in-class Android handheld.
Shelly Palmer addresses the rebound of tech shares following the third quarter earnings report on CNN’s Quest Means Business with Richard Quest and Clare Sebastian. Original Airdate: July 31, 2018
If you’re looking for a new Android phone, go look at the Samsung Galaxy S9. It’s about as good as Android handsets get. If you’re an iPhone person thinking that Apple has let you down recently and you’re thinking of switching to an Android phone, go look at the S9. If you take lots of pictures in low light (in restaurants, bars, clubs, etc.), yep, you guessed it, go look at the S9. If you have been dreaming about a phone that delivers super-slow-motion video, again, go look at the S9.