It hardly seems that long, but nearly ten years ago, the world’s first Android smartphone was announced. Android in 2008 really was barely recognizable as the operating system we know and love today, and the way we navigated that operating system was pretty different, too.
The HTC G1, or Dream as it was known in some markets, was equipped with a slew of hard buttons and even a trackball (yes, a trackball), though it also offered a full touchscreen and a slide-out keyboard. Read More
Lenovo has finally taken the wraps off of the latest Moto E phones — the Moto E5 Plus and Moto E5 Play. But the new phones aren’t perfect — Lenovo says they won’t be updated to Android P when it comes out.
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Don’t feel that the Razer Phone went far enough with its aesthetic? Check out the Red Magic Phone, the phone that’s packing huge specs and an RGB color strip, for an initial asking price of just $400.
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On an average workday, I receive somewhere between 300 and 500 emails — and that doesn’t include all the emails I filter. Most of these emails are from companies or PR agencies pitching various products and services they’d like me to cover. I would estimate that about 95% of those pitches are for products and services we would never cover on the site. When a PR flack or a marketer from a company pitches me something irrelevant, I delete the email. If I notice the same person or company sends me irrelevant pitches multiple times, I create a filter to automatically trash those emails. I also have some general filters that weed out emails I know to almost always be garbage. [...]