Making sense of the Nothing phone (1) skipping a US release

If you’re looking for a new smartphone and you live in the US, you probably know the drill. While you could get a great unlocked Android phone on Amazon, the possibility that it won’t work with your carrier of choice is pretty high. That’s why most US-based customers shop for smartphones at a carrier-branded store, … Read more

A Roku-Netflix potential partnership makes the most sense in 2022

Analysts suggest that a Roku-Netflix partnership would likely be a lot more compelling right now than in 2009 (when it split up) because of the vastly different streaming environment that 2022 poses. They add that the only downfall would be for Roku, which could potentially lose its other partnerships. Last week, rumors floated about the … Read more

Here’s why Stage Manager makes more sense on the iPad than on macOS

Source: Pocketnow Apple announced a lot of new software features during its WWDC 2022 event, including macOS Ventura, iOS 16, iPadOS 16, watchOS 9 and a lot more. During the event, Stage Manager was one of the most highlighted features showcased on macOS and iPadOS. The new functionality lets users easily switch between tabs, create … Read more

Buying a slightly older phone has never made more sense

David Imel / Android Authority You’re not alone in feeling your wallet a little lighter these days; everything seems to be more expensive this year, technology included. With inflation and recession woes lingering in the back of all our minds, stretching those pennies as far as possible is even more important than ever. But that … Read more

From the Editor’s Desk: Making sense of the Google Pixel Tablet

Last week’s Google I / O keynote was perhaps the most gadget-heavy Google presentation we’ve seen in almost a decade. Google’s developer conference has often hosted consumer hardware launches, but between the Pixel 6a, Pixel Buds, Pixel 7 series, and Pixel Watch, this keynote felt like it was aimed at Pixel fans just as much … Read more

Fitbit Sense 2: News, leaks, specs, and rumors

The Fitbit Sense burst onto an already crowded smartwatch scene in late 2020, promising advanced health metrics and tracking features in a premium wrist-wrapping package. While it eventually delivered on most of its early promises, the wearable stumbled a bit out of the gate. When it launched, it lacked some of its most anticipated features … Read more

‘I get a sense of wellbeing from creating something beautiful from nothing’

When it comes to furniture making, this siloed approach can have ugly consequences, according to William Warren, fine furniture lead tutor for the Prince’s Foundation at Highgrove. “There are quite a lot of courses in this country that teach good making skills, but not necessarily good design skills,” he says, “so you end up with … Read more