Day: May 29, 2020

iPhone SE review: Classic iPhone design, but with 2020 function

There are a lot of ways to think about Apple’s new $399 iPhone SE. One is that it’s a more affordable option than the iPhone 11 ($699 at Apple), with surprisingly similar camera specs, which it is. Or that it’s the 2020 sequel to the original SE from 2016, which it also is. Or, at 4.7 inches, that it’s the smallest and cheapest iPhone you can currently buy (though it’s not that small). Or (and this is my favorite way to think about it) that it’s an iPhone 8 with the brains and power of an

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HBO Max review: 10,000 hours of great TV and movies but still incomplete

HBO Max, HBO’s entry into the streaming wars, is a slick app chock full of popular TV shows and movies. It’s got HBO’s entire catalog, along with favorites like Friends, Rick and Morty, the Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter franchises, and almost every Studio Ghibli film — making it a solid streaming collection for adults and children, with the ability to control ratings on kids’ profiles better than most other services. 

Like

  • Large, varied content catalog for the same price as HBO Now
  • Simple, easy-to-navigate interface
  • Large children’s catalog and customizable rating settings
  • Ability to see what
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Motorola Edge Plus: The best cameras of any Moto phone — but I wanted more

The Motorola Edge Plus has pretty much everything you’d hope for in a premium 5G phone: A Snapdragon 865 chipset, a giant battery, an OLED screen with a high refresh rate and multiple rear cameras with heavy-duty specs. Motorola took features found on other top-of-the-line Android phones, put its own Moto spin on them and built them all into one of the most wonderful Android phones I’ve tried in a long time.

Like

  • Long-lasting battery so far.
  • Edge display.
  • Best cameras on any Moto phone.

Don’t Like

  • Verizon exclusive.
  • No IP rating for water resistance.
  • Night Vision isn’t great.

But

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Tribit StormBox Micro speaker review: A pocket-size Bluetooth speaker with surprisingly big sound

About the years Tribit has built some of the far better funds portable Bluetooth headphones and speakers, setting up with its XFree Tune and XSound Go, respectively. The latter speaker is nevertheless all around and provides incredibly fantastic sound for a lot less than $30. The larger MaxSound Plus ($60) offers you much more bass and quantity and the StormBox ($fifty two) is Tribit’s much more affordable acquire on such well-liked speakers as the UE Growth and JBL Flip 5. Now it truly is accomplishing a funds model of Bose’s excellent SoundLink Micro speaker. The new product is identified

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2020 Mazda MX-5 Miata review: The everyday supercar

This roadster is lean, minimal and very purposeful.  


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The Mazda Miata is a supercar. No, it will not have an obscenely powerful 12-cylinder engine, its top rated velocity will not eclipse 200 mph and it can be not wrapped in aerospace-grade carbon-fiber bodywork. But have faith in me, nearly every thing about this device is tremendous.

Like

  • Linear engine efficiency
  • Scalpel-sharp dynamics
  • Sublime shifting
  • It is really a great deal rapid

Do not Like

  • The infotainment program blows
  • A tight healthy for taller folks
  • Borderline brutal experience

This minor Japanese roadster delivers much more driving enjoyment than some

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