Daisy Scott, Science Editor, looks into the revival of dumbphones and what makes them an appealing alternative to smartphones.
Is professional photography dead?
The ‘death of photography’ debate is not a new one. As digital photography made strides past film in the 1980s, so the smartphone, internet era now seems to threaten photography’s status as a profession and an art form. However, while the traditional (if it ever was) industry and practice of photography faces undeniable challenges, this […]
Check me out
Check-In? I’m out. The new ‘Check-In’ service installed by the university starting at the beginning of the 2018/19 academic service is ultimately, a waste of everyone’s time and phone battery. Not only is it a waste of time, but it opens up a conversation about mental health, our technology-obsessed generation, and even classism. Let’s take […]
HTC announces their best phone yet
On 12th April HTC announced their brand new flagship smartphone called the HTC 10. It’s been over a year since they produced a flagship, with that time spent going into R&D to make a phone that rivals Samsung’s Galaxy S7 and Apple’s iPhone 6S. And oh boy there’s a lot in this phone. THE PHONE HAS […]