Chromebooks are more than likely enough for your school needs.
Microsoft’s Surface Go is going to be available soon, and it’s an intriguing device: $400 gets you a well-built tablet with full Windows. You can use any piece of Windows software built in the last twenty years, or stick to the store and web for an easier experience. Microsoft is positioning this as the perfect device for students, schools, and businesses.
Odds are you won’t have the chance to buy a Vivo Nex S. The company is only selling the phone in China despite the really neat pop-up camera. You can at least see how durable it is thanks to the latest JerryRigEverything video. It turns out, surprisingly durable.
The Nex S has slim bezels all the way around, but there’s no screen notch for the camera. Instead, there’s a small motorized block that pops up when you want to take a selfie. Read More
We’ve just seen the new crimson model named OnePlus 6 Red and it’s pretty astonishing. We had been promised of its limited-edition release on the 10th of this July, and now it’s in our hands!
The new red device is only available in Europe and North America for around $579, offering 128 GB of storage. Its design is extremely crimson and shiny, with glossy feel around the curves. Once you put your eyes on the new model, you’ll immediately notice that it’s highly designed with luxury on the mind.
The phone comes in even more colors: glossy and matte black, and a heavenly “silk white” edition with a fine rose gold trim. When Carl Pei, co-founder of OnePlus, was asked about [...]
Chromebooks were designed with security in mind — so what does that mean?
One of the things you’ll see written whenever there’s talk about Chromebooks is how secure the platform is. If you’re into computers or software design or any type of IT you know a good bit about why, but most of the time the talk just stops after saying that Chromebooks are secure.