Review: AT&T Quickfire
Along with the QWERTY keyboard, the Quickfire has a capacitive touch screen for user input. It is not the most responsive screen I have ever tested. Truth be told, the Quickfire's screen only responded to about 60% of touches the first time. I had to re-press the screen multiple times to make menu selections and navigate from screen to screen. What makes matters worse is that there is no feedback at all. The Quickfire doesn't have haptics, and without them (on this phone, anyway), it makes it more difficult to use. Lastly, there is no way to calibrate or adjust the sensitivity of the screen
TCL Reveals the BlackBerry KEYone Smartphone
Feb 25, 2017
TCL today announced the KEYone, a BlackBerry smartphone that combines a large screen, full QWERTY keyboard, and hardened Android software in an aluminum body. TCL first teased the phone at CES last month, but has now shared all the KEYone's details.
Review: BlackBerry Motion
The latest collaboration between BlackBerry Mobile and TCL is the Motion, a large slab that runs Android and boasts BlackBerry's powerful productivity tools. Mobile pros will be happy with features such as BlackBerry Hub and the Productivity Tab, while businesses that deploy the Motion will appreciate the DTEK security software.
Google Search Now Offers 'Fun Facts' for Entertainment Purposes
Feb 15, 2017
Google today made Google Search more entertaining to use with the addition of fun facts. The feature is starting small.
Google's Tour Creator Lets Anyone Create VR Expeditions
May 9, 2018
Google today introduced Tour Creator, a tool that allows people to create and share their real-world experiences via virtual reality. Google explains that to make a VR tour people can use their own 360-degree photos and supplement them with imagery from Google Street View.
BlackBerry KEY2 Makes All The Right Upgrades
Jun 7, 2018
TCL today announced the KEY2, a second-generation BlackBerry phone that combines a large screen, full QWERTY keyboard, and hardened Android software in an aluminum body. The company made a number of changes to the chassis in order to resolve consumer pain points.