Review: Nokia N75
The Nokia N75 is a jack of all trades, but master of none. Each separate feature does a good job, but none of the them truly stand out to send it over the top. All together, the music player, camera and other multimedia features are what you expect to see on a $200 phone. The problem is, other phones offer the same things in smaller, cheaper packages and include headphone jacks or stereo Bluetooth. The one thing setting the N75 ahead of the pack is the more advanced S60 platform. Is it worth the extra dough you'll pony up for it? That depends on just how much you want to do more advanced things with the N75.
A quick look at the Bold N1, an attempt to offer a flagship experience for just $250. Where else will you find a phone for that price with a true all-screen design, pop-up selfie camera, in-display fingerprint reader, and wireless charging?
Razer has introduced a new accessory that adds full-size physical game controls to a much wider range of phones than its previous Junglecat accessory. The Kishi comes in versions for both iOS and Android.
Do you ever wish your iPhone had a notification light? Do you use the LED flash to notify you of incoming calls, but wish it weren't blindingly bright?
Jun 8, 2021
Mophie today announced the Snap+ line of iPhone- and Qi-compatible wireless chargers. They feature magnetic mounting, compatible with Apple's new MagSafe system on iPhone 12.