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Can a phone save you from your phone?

Can a phone save you from your phone?

Smartphones are a huge time suck and tech companies are trying to come up with solutions. There are gadgets like the Palm phone, or time-tracking apps built by Apple and Google that promise to limit distractions. In this week’s Processor, Dieter explores whether these options can actually help you use your phone a little bit…

Xiaomi Mi Mix 3: is a slider better than a notch?

Xiaomi Mi Mix 3: is a slider better than a notch?

The Xiaomi Mi Mix 3 is one of the first phones that uses a manual slider to reveal the front camera. We’re probably going to see this design from a few different manufacturers in 2019 — rumors are that the OnePlus 7 will have a similar sliding design, and we wouldn’t be surprised if we…

Nike self-lacing shoes put a ton of tech under your feet

Nike self-lacing shoes put a ton of tech under your feet

Nike Adapt BB is the second generation of self-lacing shoes. The updated sneakers are more affordable at $350, pair over Bluetooth, and remember how you like the fit of your shoes. We visited Nike’s campus to try them on and talk to Tinker Hatfield, the designer behind the self-lacing concept. Read more here: http://bit.ly/2TTpbEW Subscribe:…

The tech MKBHD is bringing to CES 2019

The tech MKBHD is bringing to CES 2019

Marques Brownlee, aka MKBHD, is a tech YouTuber with over seven million subscribers. We caught up with him to see what he is bringing to this year’s CES in Las Vegas — including the camera gear he uses to make his tech videos. See more from What’s In Your Bag here: http://bit.ly/2R8xn7o MKBHD on YouTube:…

How I flew from New York to Japan for $300

How I flew from New York to Japan for $300

Planning a vacation doesn’t have to break the bank if you know where to look. If you’re ready for a break, here are some useful travel tools, services, and apps that’ll help you design your next getaway. The sites mentioned in this video can be found here: https://www.theverge.com/2017/7/28/15921842/how-to-plan-a-vacation-travel-apps-flight-deals-abroad The Verge’s sponsors play an important role…

RED Hydrogen One review: a $1,300 mess of a phone

RED Hydrogen One review: a $1,300 mess of a phone

RED’s Hydrogen One smartphone has been hyped for over a year. It has a “holographic” display and captures 3D photos and videos. It also has an expansion port meant to be attached to a cinema-grade sensor and other RED equipment. So does it live up? Not quite. Here’s what it’s really like to use RED’s…

The most important Android phone

The most important Android phone

We’re ten years into the Android era and Google’s OS has over two billion users worldwide. But, how did it get so big? In part two of Processor’s Android history series, Dieter Bohn looks at the Motorola Droid and how Verizon’s massive ad campaign contributed to Android’s early success. Subscribe: http://goo.gl/G5RXGs Like The Verge on…

How Disney will force Netflix to change streaming

How Disney will force Netflix to change streaming

By late 2019, Disney has promised to launch its own online streaming service, further complicating the options for viewers who just want to watch their favorite films and TV online. The competition between streaming services has been great for consumers, so far. Outlets like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, Shudder, and Filmstruck have been ramping…