OnePlus showed off its new Nord 2 5G phone at a live virtual event. The Nord 2 comes in three colors and has a 50-megapixel triple camera.
Samsung’s budget phone is filled with smart compromises that keep the price low and the features bountiful.
In this week’s top stories, the Olympic Games officially began in Tokyo. Here’s how to stream them. Also, the EU approved Moderna’s COVID-19 vaccine for 12- to 17-year-olds and Google Maps now provides crowd prediction for mass transit.
The EQS is the first in many battery-electric Mercedes-Benz vehicles. There’s a lot on the line, but thankfully this EV flagship sets a good example for not just the automaker, but also the entire fledgling segment.
Tesla’s splashy feature is a bit of a moving target to understand and pay for.
Should you be able to fix the stuff you own without going to the original manufacturer? That’s one of the central points around the growing right-to-repair movement.
Several reports say that Apple is aiming to introduce a new iPad Mini with an updated design and a larger screen. Apple could also be working on new line of iPads with screen sizes rivaling laptops.
In today’s top stories, the US Federal Trade Commission pushes back on restrictions on device repairs. Meanwhile, Twitter experiments with letting people downvote replies, insisting that it’s not a dislike button.
N.O.R.E. & DJ EFN are the Drink Champs. In this episode we chop it up with Vince Staples! Vince shares his origin story and his journey in hip-hop. Vince gives his reasoning on not smoking or drinking alcohol and how he’s changed his diet. Vince shares stories of Mac Miller, creating “syncing” music and his […]
This updated version of GM’s groundbreaking, hands-off driving aid lives up to its promise and then some.