EDITORIAL Posts on XDA

How I would make Google Stadia even better for the future

Contrary to those shouting loudly on the internet, Google Stadia isn't dead. And as I've written previously, it's really rather good. In fact, the last post I published on Stadia provoked a lot of great discussion about the platform. There's plenty to love and enjoy, but there are legitimate concerns and areas that could be...

I hate my Mac – Here’s why I’m moving to Windows

As introductions go, this is definitely one of the more divisive ways to introduce myself. But where’s the fun in being prudent? After a decade of worshiping the shiny Apple logo on my Mac, I’ve finally seen the light and will be switching to my first Windows OS since Windows XP. Considering I just used the...

Chromebooks are the perfect place to teach yourself about Linux

The best Chromebooks you can get today have come a long way from the early days. No longer is Chrome OS just a fancy browser running on a laptop. It has grown to incorporate Android and Linux and the platform is now a lot more capable than you might have thought. The second of those is...

20 years of the Apple iPod and how it changed the world

When someones says iPod, many thoughts cross our minds. The iPod isn't just an MP3 player from Apple. It's an iconic legacy that redefined how broad the limits could be on a compact device. Not only did it blow us away, but it also changed how we consume music -- especially when on the go....

I wish more people appreciated how good Google Stadia actually is

This isn't a Google Stadia fanboy write-up. I want to clear that up right away. I started out as a skeptic. With that out of the way, let's get right to it. Google Stadia is very good and I wish more people appreciated this. You can point fingers directly at Google for how Stadia has...

WWDC22 Wishlist: Features we want to see Apple introduce in iPadOS 16, watchOS 9, and macOS 13

The Worldwide Developers Conference  -- our favorite time of the year -- is inching closer! For many of us, it's more exciting than the actual iPhone event. Apple will be holding the main WWDC22 keynote on June 6. There's plenty to expect from this event and even more to wish for. The company will most...

WWDC22 Wishlist: 25 features we want Apple to announce for iOS 16

The Worldwide Developers Conference  -- our favorite time of the year -- is right around the corner! For many of us, it's more exciting than the actual iPhone event. Apple will be holding the main keynote of WWDC22 on June 6. There's plenty to expect from this event and even more to wish for. For...

It’s time for Apple to bring back Safari for Windows

The web has changed drastically over the past decade: web apps have become more common, algorithms now dictate how most people receive content, and billions more people are now connected globally. Google has also become more dominant in that time, and has occasionally used its position in the web ecosystem and browser market in harmful...

Want to build a PC? Now might be the best time in years

With the cost of PC parts finally starting to freefall, now might be the perfect time to build a PC. I recently built my first PC from scratch for the first time in approximately six years, and the process, while costly, was largely the same as I remembered it before. To roll back a bit, the...

The iPod is a relic of an era gone by, and Apple should put it out of its misery

The Apple iPod is over two decades old. It is older than some of you reading this article. The first model went on sale back in 2001, as a device aimed at music enthusiasts who want to conveniently listen to their tunes on the go. With 5GB of storage, users could store up to 1,000...

Universal Control is the unrivaled continuity magic that only Apple has figured out

When someone says Apple, one of the first words that come to mind is overpriced ecosystem. The company has built a solid reputation regarding this matter, and it has earned this particular crown. Whether you're switching to a new iDevice, syncing your iCloud data across the company's products, or using several Apple devices simultaneously as...

In 2022 so far, there’s no such thing as a perfect flagship

Every year it's pretty easy to name and celebrate the best phones of the year. In 2021, there were a lot of absolutely stellar flagships to choose from, with my personal favorites being the  Apple iPhone 13 Pro, Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra, or the OPPO Find X3 Pro. Now, in 2022 though, it's hard to...