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The future of iPhone: An iPhone in every size?

The future of iPhone: An iPhone in every size?

Every few years since its inception, the design of Apple’s iPhone tends to go through some major changes. The first three iPhones are all similar to each other; the iPhone 4 brought sharper corners and glass backs; the iPhone 5 added an extra half-inch of screen; the iPhone 6 through the iPhone 8 brought a


Oculus Go is VR’s biggest milestone, and its greatest compromise

Oculus Go is VR’s biggest milestone, and its greatest compromise

It’s easy to dismiss Oculus Go. Not unlike Gear VR or Daydream, Go offers the world yet another headset that’s stripped of everything that makes VR so promising. It’s not attention grabbing, certainly isn’t sexy, and it doesn’t offer anything others don’t, at least not experience-wise. Anyone that’s tried a smartphone-based VR experience can tell you, it’s pretty damn

Zuckerberg sets a giant goal for virtual reality, but without a timeline

Zuckerberg sets a giant goal for virtual reality, but without a timeline

That’s about 13 percent of the world’s population. Zuckerberg threw out that goal as he opened the Oculus developers conference on Wednesday. He talked about using virtual reality to create jobs for people who live in areas where there is less economic opportunity than areas such as San Francisco, because being virtually present would, in


Sony launches three new 4K HDR projectors

Sony launches three new 4K HDR projectors

Sony has announced three new 4K projectors. All three are HDR and HDR10 compatible, and are fitted with Sony’s proprietary SXRD panel in a drive for class-leading images. The VPL-VW260ES is the most affordable of the new models. It features 1500 lumens of brightness, 2.06 zoom and wide lens shift. The VPL-VW360ES replaces the VPL-VW320ES. It has the

Onkyo announces two smart speakers – one with Alexa, one with Google Assistant

Onkyo announces two smart speakers – one with Alexa, one with Google Assistant

Like a growing number of fellow wireless speakers, the Onkyo P3 (full model number: VC-PX30) supports Amazon’s personal voice assistant, meaning it can receive voice commands to – for example – control smart lighting, order pizza, set alarms and play Spotify playlists. image: https://images.cdn.whathifi.com/sites/whathifi.com/files/styles/big-image/public/brands/Onkyo/onkyo-smart-speaker-g3-vc-gx30-b-anglel.jpg?itok=FBeaqRTI The cylindrical, Amazon Echo-lookalike is also among the first speakers to use the DTS Play-Fi streaming platform, which enables lossless


Moov Now is a fitness tracker that’s also a personal trainer

Moov Now is a fitness tracker that’s also a personal trainer

There’s nothing better than being in shape. It prolongs your life, it makes you feel better, and it can even boost your mood. Unfortunately, it’s really hard to get in shape, and even harder to maintain it. Luckily, there are some great fitness trackers that can help you achieve your goals — like the Moov Now Personal

Spotify adds an astonishing 10 million subscribers in only a few months

Spotify adds an astonishing 10 million subscribers in only a few months

The dominance of Spotify in the streaming music space continues to grow, as the company revealed new subscriber numbers on Monday: 60 million. That figure is up 10 million from March, the last time Spotify released subscriber numbers. That massive jump in just a few months couldn’t have come at a better time for Spotify, as rumors have


Facebook’s smart speaker sounds even creepier than we thought

Facebook’s smart speaker sounds even creepier than we thought

We now know a lot more about Facebook’s hardware ambitions. The social network is working not one, but two, connected speakers for the home, including one equipped with cameras, microphones, and a feature that will “scan for people,” according to a new report in Bloomberg. The device, which Facebook is reportedly testing, is a touchscreen-enabled speaker meant to

New leaked Google Pixel 2 renders show off a massive screen

New leaked Google Pixel 2 renders show off a massive screen

Google released its first-ever smartphone last year with the Pixel, and now, its successor, the Pixel 2, is starting to get the full-blown flagship leak treatment, just like its top two competitors the iPhone and Galaxy Note 8. The latest leaked pics of the device come from pre-release case renders sent to us by MobileFun, a UK-based