Microsoft Lumia 950 vs LG V10 Camera Comparison

Microsoft Lumia 950 vs LG V10 Camera Comparison

It’s about time for me to return my LG V10 review unit to LG, so before I do, I really wanted to compare the camera to the Microsoft Lumia 950’s camera. I’ve been pretty vocal about the cameras of the LG G4 and the LG V10, which use the same sensor. I find that both cameras don’t do a good job in automatic mode. They’re great if you know how to use manual controls, but…

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Microsoft Lumia 950 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Camera Comparison

Microsoft Lumia 950 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Camera Comparison

One of the features that Windows Phone enthusiasts are most excited (and skeptical) about in the Microsoft Lumia 950 is the camera. It’s fair. Windows Phone enthusiasts are used to being jerked around. Remember when the best bargain in smart phones was the Nokia Lumia 520? A quality phone for under $50. Then, low end Lumias ended up being a race to the bottom. Remember when Windows Phone had the best voice assistant? Now, it’s…

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Cortana Now Available for iOS and Android

Cortana Now Available for iOS and Android

The wait is finally over! You can now get Cortana on iOS and Android! Yes, I know. You probably don’t care. Windows users care about Cortana and if you’re a Windows Phone users, you’re probably a little upset about this. I hear people over and over saying that they’e not going to install this thing, but I can give you a couple reasons why you should.

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HTC One A9 Review: More than Just a Mid-Range

HTC One A9 Review: More than Just a Mid-Range

Ever since the day that the HTC One A9 was announced, I was super excited about it. I reviewed the HTC One M9, HTC’s flagship, in the Spring. It was a good phone but it stayed in the shadows of amazing phones like the iPhone 6 and the Samsung Galaxy S6. The HTC One M9 had some key problems. One was the display. Anything that was supposed to be white looked like it was tinted…

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Android 6.0.1 Coming Today for Nexus Devices

Android 6.0.1 Coming Today for Nexus Devices

There are very few things that Android is behind the times on these days. They’ve caught up to iOS in everything else, including 64 bit support, native fingerprint scanning, guided access, and other recent updates, but there’s one thing missing: Unicode 8 support. Today, Google will release Android 6.0.1 which will resolve just that. The update will come to Nexus devices first, as always. Of course, it will keep to the Google tradition of pushing…

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LG V10 Review: Practical, Intuitive, and Unique

LG V10 Review: Practical, Intuitive, and Unique

When the LG V10 was first announced, I have to admit, I was very skeptical about it. After all, do I need a second screen? We do, after all, live in this new technological world where people are more willing than ever to buy into gimmicks. All the time, I hear about how this phone is better than that one because it has more cores, GHz, MP, or mAh. People believe whatever meme is floating…

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HTC One A9 vs iPhone 6S Plus Comparison

HTC One A9 vs iPhone 6S Plus Comparison

I’ve been using the HTC One A9 for about a week now. I didn’t get a chance to do camera tests until the weekend. The One A9 had the unfortunate fate of arriving on a Monday. Since then, I’ve been debating which phone to compare it to first. After all, the HTC One A9 is in a class of its own. It uses a mid-range chipset (so I know the trolls will show up if…

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LG V10 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Comparison: The Best of Android

LG V10 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 5 Comparison: The Best of Android

With the holiday season of announcements over, we’re seeing new offerings from Samsung, LG, HTC, Microsoft, Apple, and more. LG’s Fall offering this year is the V10, first in the brand new V series of phones. Samsung also has a second line of flagships that they release for the Fall season, the Galaxy Note series. This year saw the fifth iteration of the Galaxy Note line. This year, Samsung finally embraced the idea of making…

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Why I Think Microsoft Killed Project Astoria

Why I Think Microsoft Killed Project Astoria

It’s the normal news cycle. On Friday, we found out that Microsoft might be killing the Project Astoria bridge. On Monday, everyone writes about why they think it happened. I felt like I should throw my hat into the ring, as I have a theory that no one seems to be voicing. First, a little backstory. Microsoft announced four “bridges” to help close the so-called “app gap” and bring more apps to the Universal Windows…

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LG V10 vs iPhone 6S Plus Comparison: The Best of the Best

LG V10 vs iPhone 6S Plus Comparison: The Best of the Best

I’ve been using the LG V10 for about a week now. It’s a fantastic phone. It’s very practical and intuitive. It’s always the simple things that make a phone worth owning, such as after taking a picture, a Facebook icon drops down the screen to allow you to quickly share the photo. Drag it down and you have the option to share to Instagram, Twitter, and more. The ability to create a practical and intuitive…

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