The phone market is a whirlwind of new releases, battery issues, and camera pixels, and it's quite easy to either get completely caught up in it or completely let it pass you by. Still, if not the entire phone market, most people have a brand or model that they keep in touch with as it progresses.
It's an easy question and just about everyone has an answer, but there's a lot of room for discussion. Some prefer to hold onto what they have over the course of a few new models — just to see if there are any new issues that arise — while others find themselves in a line outside of a store on the morning of every new release.
What are your reasons, whether for sticking with what you have or for rushing out and buying the newest tech? Drop by the forum and let James (and the others who've already replied) know your stance on the matter!
The industry frequently tries to draw comparisons between Xbox Game Pass and other subscription services like Netflix and Spotify. While the Netflix comparison can be useful to describe the service to the uninitiated, in reality, the comparisons don't really stack up. Let's get into it.
The Alienware Aurora Ryzen Edition R10, with its powerful hardware and easy-access, stylish case, is the best desktop for VR. There are, however, a bunch of other options that you might be interested in based on budget and design.
Microsoft is working on a brand-new Store app for Windows 10 that will introduce a modern and fluid user interface, as well as bring changes to the policies that govern what kind of apps can be submitted to the store by developers. According to sources familiar with the matter, this new Store will pave the way to a revitalized storefront that's more open to both end users and developers.