Julian is the mobile editor at Digital Trends, covering smartphones and wearables. He began his career in journalism as the news editor of his college newspaper, and then worked at TechCrunch writing about startups. He's an avid photographer, and loves tinkering with new phones.
Motorola’s flagship smartphone of 2018 looks exactly like its mid-range smartphone of 2018, but powered by a processor from 2017. It’s still a great-performing phone for $480, and it will be the first upgradable 5G smartphone next year.
The Galaxy Note 9 is here, and it’s jaw-dropping how much tech Samsung has outfitted inside this phone -- granted, it’s one of Samsung’s largest phones ever thanks to its 6.4-inch screen. Here’s our Note 9 hands-on impressions.
Digital Wellbeing is Google's initiative to help people manage the time spent on smartphones. It's a part of Android 9,0 Pie, but it's currently in beta for Pixel devices after you sign up to try it. Here's what it's like.