Everybody should use a password manager. Whether you only have five online accounts or 500, it's important to use unique, hard-to-guess credentials for every single one. If you reuse passwords, a breach from one of your accounts could help hackers get access to your whole online life. Password managers simplify and safeguard that process. There are tons of great options to choose from, and we've curated a list of eleven of our favorite solutions.
Samsung's Galaxy Note20 Ultra is one of the most expensive phones you can buy right now, but it's also one of the best. We're going to walk through 5 of the best things that Samsung offers consumers with the Galaxy Note20 Ultra, including the S Pen, the giant 120Hz display, and Samsung's promise of 3 years of major OS updates.
That superpowered pen
One of the most noteworthy features of the Note phones has always been the inclusion of Samsung's S Pen. Whether you're keeping track of items on a shopping list or jotting down ideas for your next big editorial piece, the S Pen is always ready and waiting.
The OnePlus 8 launches this month — both unlocked and from not one, but two carriers in Verizon and T-Mobile. We've already reviewed it, and it's a really solid phone. We've got our qualms, though. Here are five of the best and worst things about the OnePlus 8.
As many of us are spending more time at home, we're also spending a lot more on our Wi-Fi networks, avoiding much drain on our mobile data plans. Equally, as financial uncertainty rises in America for many millions, it's entirely understandable that some of us are looking at cutting down our monthly wireless bill from our current unlimited plan to something a little more economical. Fortunately, there are plenty of options available for every budget, and from multiple carriers.
You know what you're getting with each new Galaxy Note release: a big honkin' display, great build, great performance, and of course, the S Pen. Those things are all still true of the Note10 and 10+ — but frankly, it's getting a little predictable at this point. Here are the five best and worst things about Samsung's newest Note(s).
The OnePlus 7 Pro is an excellent phone; in his review, Ryne went so far as to call it "the best smartphone you can buy." It's so good, we actually had trouble narrowing this list down to just five of its best features. But even though it's OnePlus's most feature-rich device to date, the company had to make some concessions to hit a characteristic "flagship killer" price point. After considerable deliberation, here are the five best and worst things about the OnePlus 7 Pro, for your consideration.
Now that you’ve had a week in the wake of its launch to ruminate on the OnePlus 5, it’s time for us to tell you all the reasons you should think about it. Of course, there’s our review to consider, too, in which the OnePlus 5 even earned our hallowed “Most Wanted” award. But if you’re here for the TL;DR, we’re happy to oblige.
The Galaxy S8 and S8+ are probably the two most excellent phones to have come out this year. And that isn't an empty statement. After all, they won our editor's choice "Most Wanted" award during our recent review. Let's break down, then, exactly why they deserve your attention.
Google's Pixel and Pixel XL are great smartphones - there's no doubt. But what makes them so great, exactly? Well, here are five things that I think help make that case with conviction.
#1: The camera
This is my favorite smartphone camera, full stop. No other smartphone camera captures images as quickly and reliably as this one - because the Pixel's camera starts capturing images the moment you launch it, and continuously does so in order to all but eliminate any shutter lag. It really does make the camera's shutter button feel completely instant, no matter the light level or if the phone's been sitting idle in your pocket for an hour.