Smartphone

Sony Unveils 48-Megapixel Smartphone Camera Sensor

Today, Sony unveiled the world's first smartphone camera sensor with a crazy-high resolution of 48 megapixels and a pixel size of 0.8 ?m. The IMX586's small pixel size allows Sony to cram a lot into a sensor that is small enough to fit into a smartphone chassis. Pixels in a smartphone camera sensor are generally larger...

City of Peterborough May Get Long-Awaited Transit App

According to a new report from The Peterborough Examiner, the city of Peterborough will be getting a new transit app that will notify users about bus information directly from their smartphone. The app will be launching soon if city council approves the required technology that will be installed on buses. On Monday evening, the council...

BlackBerry Smartphone Market Share Has Reached 0%: Gartner

According to a new report from Gartner, BlackBerry is now capturing 0.0 percent of the worldwide smartphone market. The report notes that Apple has just passed Samsung as the world's top smartphone seller. Gartner shows Canadian smartphone company BlackBerry, once the king of the mobile phone crowd, is now taking in 0.0481 percent of the...

iPhone Loses Top Spot In Chinese Smartphone Market to Oppo

Apple has fallen from the top spot as best-selling smartphone in China for the first time in five years, according to a new report from Counterpoint Research released last Friday (via CNBC). According to the report, Apple’s sales in China have declined significantly, with Chinese brand Oppo now taking the top spot. Counterpoint Research mentions that the...

First Images Of Samsung Galaxy S8 Leak Online

Samsung’s smartphone launches are always highly anticipated events, but this year’s Galaxy S8 launch is set to be even more interesting. The company has a lot to prove with its newest product, as it’s the first device to be launched since the exploding Galaxy Note 7 grabbed headlines last year. We’ve seen numerous leaks regarding […]

Chiropractors Warning Against a Condition Called ‘Text Neck’

According to a new report from the CBC, Chiropractors are starting to warn people over an alarming condition which they call "text neck." The condition is caused by people repeatedly moving their heads up and down to look at their smartphones. Chiropractor Krista Revenberg said that the simple act of putting your neck down to...