Huawei’s software woes have been laid bare for the world to see. With the Android license ban still in effect, the company doesn’t have access to Google’s mobile services, which has led to a dip in sales of Huawei and sub-brand Honor smartphones outside China.However, despite its software woes, Huawei doesn’t seem to be slowing down on the hardware front, particularly in camera performance. The Huawei Mate 30 Pro already tops DxOMark’s list for the best overall camera, and now another Huawei smartphone has recorded the best selfie score.The recently unveiled Huawei Nova 6 5Grecently attainted a selfie score of 100 points on DxOMark’s list of best performing selfie cameras. The Nova 6 beats out both the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 5G (99 points) and the Asus 6z (98 points), the former which is priced at twice the cost of the Nova 6 and the latter which uses the primary rear cameras to take selfies.Close The Nova 6 5G sports dual front cameras in the wide … [Read more...] about Huawei dominates DxOMark’s lists with Nova 6 5G claiming best selfie camera score
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Leading into an election year, branding always gets red, white, and blue. But candidates’ branding wasn’t the only thing that made a splash in 2015. Google gave us a new logo in 16 years. Sonos visualized as something other than a waveform. Pentagram made a brand of premium weed for Snoop Dogg. (Is this real life?) And, yes, the Hillary Clinton campaign broke the Internet. Here are the best and worst moments in branding in 2015. Read More: The Year’s Boldest Ideas In User Interface Design 16 Brilliant Ideas In Home Design 12 Great Apps From 2015 The 22 Best Photo Essays Of 2015 Our Best Longreads From 2015 The Hottest Offices Of 2015 9 Clever Ideas For Improving Travel The Smartest Fashion Designs Of 2015 Words Of Wisdom From 10 Design Masters 9 Ideas Shaping The Future Of Architecture Related: There’s More To Google’s New Logo Than You Think advertisement advertisement advertisement … [Read more...] about The Best And Worst Branding of 2015
The holidays are a great time to catch up on reading, and think beyond day-to-day issues. Here are 10 of our favorite business and productivity books from 2015 that will help you see larger trends–and your own career–in a new light. advertisement advertisement 1. Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future Tech writer Ashlee Vance gained access to serial entrepreneur Elon Musk without promising to make him look good, and this biography paints a delightfully nuanced picture. At times he’s a “sci-fi version of P.T. Barnum,” talking of saving humanity while he’s got dessert lingering on his face. Other times, he’s “the possessed genius on the grandest quest anyone has ever concocted.” The American economy has long grown based on the dreams of unreasonable people, and Vance argues that Musk is the next in that line. 2. The Great Beanie Baby Bubble: Mass Delusion and the Dark Side of Cute It’s hard … [Read more...] about The 10 Best Business And Productivity Books Of 2015
The best present I ever got was from my mom on my seventeenth birthday. It was a green, football-shaped dongle called the Sony eMarker. I’ve never met anyone who had one or even remembers it. I was beginning to think I’d dreamt it up until I found pictures of it and a blog review from 2000. advertisement advertisement The eMarker was magical. This little green dongle clipped to my keychain, and whenever I heard a song on the radio I liked I’d click “record.” Later, I’d connect the eMarker to my family computer and get a spit-out of the artists and song names I’d heard since the last sync: Shazam years before Shazam. Sony figured I’d buy the CD. But Sony did not figure on Napster, and within 30 minutes of hearing a new song, I’d have a Memorex CD-R labeled “Spring ’01 new new mix,” with my prized track sandwiched between some filler Ja Rule and Goo Goo Dolls. I’m not particularly proud of that last … [Read more...] about The Ultimate Guide To Building Products People Absolutely Love
Before the most recent flight I took from JFK to my hometown, a 90-minute hop across the state of New York, I asked the flight attendant for a drink. “Do you need a double?” he asked, after seeing my likely nervous-looking face. A few minutes later he brought me a plastic cup filled with Johnny Walker wrapped in a napkin, free of charge. advertisement advertisement I have an irrational fear of flying that I usually manage with self-medication, an expensive and not always convenient remedy–gulping down shots at 8 a.m. isn’t exactly ideal. So when I heard of a new (free) app that promises “to relax anxious passengers” from Japan’s All Nippon Airways, it sounded like a healthier and more appealing way to handle my flying anxiety. But can an app really cure a deep, nonsensical phobia? Taking advantage of the recently relaxed FAA regulations on in-flight cell phone use, various airlines and third parties have developed apps catering to the … [Read more...] about Can An App Cure Your Fear Of Flying?