Share your memories and reviews of the last iPod Classic

Share your memories and reviews of the last iPod Classic

This week marks an anniversary of sorts for the 6th-generation “classic” iPod. Not its release date (September 5th, 2007), but the date it was officially discontinued: September 9th, 2014. That day Apple stopped producing non-touchscreen mobile music players. The 6th-gen iPod Classic would be the last device to feature a physical click wheel and the…

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 review: Waiting on the world to change

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 review: Waiting on the world to change

Gallery: Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 review | 27 Photos Some apps, like Lightroom, simply refuse to acknowledge that second, bigger screen. When you launch it, it appears in the center of this display, looking just like it does on a smartphone. (Never mind the fact that Lightroom runs admirably on regular Android tablets.) AccuWeather…

Podcast: Surface Duo review, Xbox Series S and Apple’s upcoming event

Podcast: Surface Duo review, Xbox Series S and Apple’s upcoming event

The Surface Duo reviews are in and the verdict is a resounding meh. Devindra and Cherlynn talk about what excited them about Microsoft’s dual-screen debut, and explain why using it in the real world was frustrating. Then, UK bureau chief Mat Smith joins our hosts to discuss the Xbox Series S and X versus Sony’s…

The Morning After: Our verdict on the Microsoft Surface Duo

The Morning After: Our verdict on the Microsoft Surface Duo

OK, so that’s enough about Xbox. (Well, almost.) Changing tack, but sticking with Microsoft, we reviewed the Surface Duo, an unusual mobile device for a company that doesn’t make mobile devices. According to our reviews editor, Cherlynn Low, the hardware is solid. The use-cases and software, however, are a little messier. As she put it,…