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When the original version was first revealed, we were amazed at how brilliantly easy the rubber band Easy-Macro made adding an extra lens to any smartphone. But somehow the new version manages to further improve the original design with a better lens that helps protect it from scratches and allows it to be stacked for increased magnification.
After yesterday’s very promising news that the FCC is (finally) considering allowing passengers to make cell phone calls on flights, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler all of a sudden seems to have cold feet. His two most recent statements show how drastically he’s changed his tone in the past 48 hours.
Having trouble keeping pace with the unyielding march of smartphone technology? Sick of the social pressures to upgrade your perfectly functional communications gadget every seven seconds? Well, it’s time to fight the man and follow in this guy’s footsteps by constructing your own phone! Wow your friends with your ingenuity and new-found hipsterness.
Last year’s Nexus 4 was a wonderful phone paired with a miserably subpar camera. By contrast, the Nexus 5 is loaded with all the excellence Google and LG could muster, including a camera that can almost keep up with the big boys. Here’s how it stacks up.
Is there anything worse than leaving the house only to realise your iPhone is way low on juice and might crap out before you have a chance to charge? Yes! Of course, there are a million worse things, don’t be ridiculous. But we’re nothing if not dependent on our handheld devices. Mighty Purse is a clever clutch that will ensure you’ll never again be without texting, mapping, or Candy Crushing capabilities again.
I think at this point we can pretty safely say that BlackBerry’s BB 10 relaunch was a bit of a disaster for the once-mighty Canadian smartphone makers. I mean, you don’t give your CEO the boot for nothing right? And it now seems the company is ready to fully capitulate to its Android rival.
Who doesn’t love Easter eggs? Not the chocolate kind you ingest in disgusting quantities every April, but the hidden secrets squirrelled away in TV shows, DVD menus and of course, applications and operating systems. Today’s concealed fun comes to us courtesy of Google, where more than a few employees must enjoy the sci-fi antics of Doctor Who.
Australia has its new luxury smartphone. The Xperia Z1, successor to the Xperia Z, is again waterproof/dust-resistant while its gorgeous 5-inch (1080p; 441ppi ) display thrashes the iPhone — aided by Sony’s Triluminous and X-Reality Engines for superior images and video. Another must-see: The Z1’s new 20.7MP camera paired with Sony’s award-winning G-Lens, BIONZ image processing and a revamped camera interface. Take a look.