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Google Publishes Official Android O Walkthrough Video

A little over a week ago, Google officially announced the next major revision of Android in the form of Android O. The update was also made available as a developer preview, and clearly at this stage the preview is aimed at developers as opposed to regular users, but for those who are curious, Google has […]

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Galaxy S8’s Battery Will Degrade Slower Than The Galaxy S7

With the mess that was the Samsung Galaxy Note 7’s exploding batteries, we’re sure that battery is one of the issues that are on the minds of many Samsung customers. Now we know that Samsung has already put into place safeguards and processes to ensure that the Note 7’s incident won’t happen again, but there […]

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Samsung’s Bixby Will Only Understand English And Korean For Now

With the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+, it seems that Samsung is getting into the voice assistant game (again) with the launch of Bixby. Extensive tests have yet to be done on Bixby so it is unclear how well it performs against the competition, but if you are excited to get your […]

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HTC Reportedly Trying To Land Contract To Build The Pixel 3

Last year’s Google Pixel handsets were built by HTC, and apparently HTC has a contract that will see them build this year’s Pixel handsets as well. Whether or not those rumors are true remains to be seen, but a report from DigiTimes claims that not only is this the case, but apparently HTC is trying […]

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Galaxy S8, S8+ Resolutions Are Set To Full HD+ By Default

Samsung’s new Galaxy S8 and S8+ handsets are stunning devices and they sport pretty huge displays, at least bigger than their predecessors at 5.8-inch and 6.2-inches respectively. However interesting enough despite their huge displays, it has been noticed that the default resolution set for the phones is at Full HD+. Now given that the phones […]

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Alleged LG V30 Front Frame Leaked

Following the success of LG V-series of handsets, we can only imagine that LG will want to continue that success with the LG V30 later this year. Now thanks to a recent photo that was uploaded onto Slashleaks (via Mobile Syrup), the alleged front display panel for the LG V30 has been leaked. Based on […]

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Lyft Testing A Fixed Route ‘Shuttle’ Service

If you’re not a fan of squeezing into buses or trains on the way to work or school, Lyft could soon be an alternative. In a report from TechCrunch, it seems that Lyft is testing out a fixed route shuttle service that will be part of its Lyft Line commuter ride sharing option, although right […]

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Samsung Galaxy S8 Is The First Phone With Bluetooth 5

Back towards the end of 2016, the Bluetooth Special Interest Group announced that manufacturers would now be able to incorporate Bluetooth 5 technology into their devices. Then the rumors surfaced suggesting that the Samsung Galaxy S8 could be the first to incorporate the technology into their handsets, and it looks like the rumors were true. […]

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Galaxy S8 Pricing And Carrier Availability Revealed

After much rumor and speculation, the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ have been officially revealed, and we’re sure that there are quite a few of you guys who are eager to get their hands on the handset. So the question is how much will the phone cost and when will it be available for purchase? […]

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iOS 10.3 Should Make Your iPhone Feel Faster

Just the other day Apple released iOS 10.3 and if you needed a reason to update, apart from the patching of a Safari security hole, it seems that there is a good chance that if you were to update your iPhone to iOS 10.3, you might notice some speed increases, or at least that’s what’s […]

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