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Spending two months with a device is more than enough time to learn its quirks, what you may like or dislike about it, that sort of thing. I’m at that point with the Google Pixel Watch, which has been on my wrist since the day it was released and has
We were one of the earliest in this space to share our distaste for the excessive use of glass in smartphone designs. We questioned why anyone would call glass “premium,” when it is without a doubt an incredibly fragile material that can be easily scratched or broken with the slightest
Thank you, Pixel 7. Thank you for helping end 2022 on a fun note that otherwise would have left me asleep, tossing and turning in bed while trying to flip my brain over to the idea that maybe 2023 will be more exciting and less disappointing. When 2022 kicked off,
A lot of reaction stuff following a big Apple or Google or Samsung event, where they’ve revealed their next line-up of hardware devices, can be silly. It’s one side taking shots at another or pointing out who did which feature first or better. It can be fun (or incredibly obnoxious).
The dance between phones in my office never stops, partly because there is always something new to test, but also because I’m never satisfied and always find something off-putting about every phone I use for more than a few days. That’s why you have likely seen the posts we do