David Cogen

Here are the 6 New Features from the Latest Pixel Feature Drop

This post was sponsored by Google. Thanks to the Made By Google team for letting me help them make this video! Check it out below and let me know what you think! Hey I’m David from TheUnlockr here with #teampixel […]

LG Velvet Real-World Test (Camera & Battery Test)

I take the LG Velvet phone for a spin through a full day using it to test the battery and do a camera comparison with the Velvet and other top flagships out right now. Let’s see how it does. Let […]

Huawei P40 Pro Plus Real-World Test (Camera & Battery Test)

I take the Huawei P40 Pro Plus phone for a spin through a full day using it to test the battery and do a camera comparison with the Pro Plus and other top flagships out right now. Let’s see how […]

Why 8K is NOT Pointless

There is no shortage of people out there talking about how dumb 8K is. And, honestly, having seen 8K TVs next to 4K ones many, many times, I can tell you there is a difference. Frankly, they’re using measurements and […]

Why This Was One of the Most Important Phones in History

You might not know it but that is the sound of one of the most important, albeit underrated, phones in history. In this Decodr episode, my explainer series here on the channel, let me explain what I mean. This is […]

Sony ZV1 Complete Walkthrough: The Best Vlogging Camera

Sony just released a new compact camera called the Sony ZV-1 and since they let me borrow one for review, I figured I’d do a complete walkthrough on it for you guys. Now, if you aren’t familiar, a complete walkthrough […]

Razer Blade 15 2020 Complete Walkthrough: They Finally Fixed It

Razer updates their laptops a lot honestly. Usually, it’s a new processor or a new display and some other minor bump in specs but this time, oh, this time, it feels like they took all of the criticisms myself and […]

What is LiDAR? (& Why is It on Apple Devices All of a Sudden)

If you’ve seen some of Apple’s new commercials around the iPad Pro, you’ve undoubtedly seen them touting their new LiDAR sensor on it and maybe you wondered, just for a sec: what is LiDAR? Well, in this Decodr episode, my […]

Microsoft Surface Book 3 Complete Walkthrough: A Lot More Powerful

It has been over 2 and a half years since the last update to the Surface Book lineup happened and finally after waiting for this long, we now have a new version of Microsoft’s top of the line laptop (or […]

Camera Comparison: TCL 10 Pro vs iPhone SE vs Pixel 3a

The TCL 10 Pro is undoubtedly a pretty phone (and even more so considering the fact it’s $450). The question on everyone’s mind though is whether the camera is any good though? Well, in a potentially unfair shoot out, here […]

Play Store on a Chromebook

How to Enable the Play Store & Fingerprint Sensor on a Chromebook Using G Suite

If you happen to be using a G Suite account on your Chromebook, you might notice some features are glaringly missing when you first start it up. Namely, we’re missing the Play Store to download Android apps and if your […]

Pixel Buds on Leather Chair

How to Connect the Pixel Buds to a Computer, iPhone, or Any Android Device

The new Google Pixel Buds make it pretty easy to connect to a Pixel phone. You open the case next to the Pixel with Bluetooth on, open the Bluetooth menu, and it pops up at the very top asking if […]

How to Use Your iPad as a Second Monitor (Windows & Mac)

I have another tip and trick video for you guys. This one is for anyone who owns an iPad and who might have thought about getting a second portable monitor for their computer to help them be more productive. Instead […]

Motorola Edge Plus Complete Walkthrough (w/ Camera Comparison & Battery Test)

I’ve been waiting for Motorola to finally abandon MotoMods and make a proper flagship. Look I won’t go into why MotoMods aren’t my favorite concept (you could start with the sheer cost of them) but the truth is that once […]

Apple iPhone SE 2020 Complete Walkthrough (w/ Camera Comparison & Battery Test)

Apple finally did it. They brought back the iPhone SE, the smaller iPhone that so many people have been asking for (and reluctantly upgrading to newer bigger iPhones in the interim, unfortunately).  Retaining some of the compact nature along with […]