Since the launch of its “flagship killer” in 2014, OnePlus has been an interesting company to watch as they’ve gone from being an enthusiast brand to slowly becoming just another Android smartphone maker.
For the last couple of years, OnePlus has been releasing more than one phone per year and this year is no different, with the launch of the OnePlus 8 series.
Google has announced a new price for their Stadia Premiere Edition in Canada along with new games for the service.
In an exclusive from XDA Developers, they’ve obtained renders of an upcoming Android TV-powered dongle from Google.
For the past few years, Motorola has stepped away from making phones with flagship specs and focused more on budget and mid-range devices.
Since its debut in 2015, LG’s V series has become the company’s way to experiment with new features like a secondary display and things like leather-backed phones and more. This is like Samsung’s Galaxy Note line compared to their main Galaxy S phones.
For luxury SUVs, one of the top brands for the past few years has been Lexus, especially with its RX model.
Volvo’s Polestar has officially announced Canadian pricing for the Polestar 2 model.
When I reviewed the Huawei P30 Pro last year, I thought it was one of the best devices of last year, especially with its amazing camera.
Samsung has announced that its cheaper alternative to the Tab S6, the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite is now up for pre-order in Canada.