#smartphones

Technical Perspective: Liquid Testing Using Built-in Phone Sensors
How many times have you wondered if the tap water in the hotel you just checked into is safe to drink?
Seven of the best font identifiers in 2021
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The best font identifiers can really help you out when you spot a font that you just know will come in handy for a project you're working on.
First iPhone 13 lineup reviews are in: here's what we learned
The first iPhone 13 reviews are so let's have a look at what our colleagues have to say about the new lineup.
The early reviews seemingly all agree on the improved battery life.
Realme Pad review
It was only natural for Realme to launch a tablet.
Meet this introvert-friendly semi-enclosed chaise lounge chair that doubles as a private resting area for public spaces!
is a semi-enclosed chaise lounge chair designed to double as a resting space in public to get away from overpowering outdoor stimuli.
No Apple, I don't need my iPhone to tell me I'm depressed
Ivan covers Big Tech, India, policy, AI, security, platforms, and apps for TNW. That's one heck of a mixed bag. He likes to say "Bleh."
iPhone 13 review: yep, bigger batteries are better
What, really, do you want out of a new phone?
Assuming you're starting with a good foundation, I think the list of what really makes a big difference in phone upgrades is actually short.
Apple iPhone 13 Review: The Most Incremental Upgrade Ever
The new iPhone is 10 percent faster than the last one, and the photos are slightly better. In a word: Huh.
The truth is that smartphones peaked a few years ago.
You're a nomophobe - and yes, that's a problem
Through social distancing mandates, lockdown measures and restrictions on gatherings, and services, the pandemic has brought about widespread changes to how modern societies function.