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Xupo wants to give Tile a run for its money

Xupo is a slim Bluetooth tracking device that has a few extra tricks up its sleeve including a replaceable battery that lasts a full year.
by John Dye2 weeks ago2

LG Stylo 3 hands on at CES 2017

LG has announced the new Stylo 3 at CES 2017, a mid-range phone with a large display and precision input stylus. Check out our quick hands-on.
by John Dye2 weeks ago6

Huawei Mate 9 International Giveaway!

Win yourself a brand new Huawei Mate 9 in this week's Sunday Giveaway!
by John Dye2 weeks ago2995

ZTE Grand X4 International Giveaway

Enter for your chance to win
by John Dye4 weeks ago1952
 
 

BLU sets the record straight on security

After BLU discovered that the shady Chinese company Adups had installed spyware on their phones, the company implemented auxiliary security measures.
by John DyeDecember 5, 20166

How to change default apps in Android

Does your smartphone keep using the wrong app to open files and execute procedures? Learn how to change your default apps in this handy beginner's guide.
by John DyeDecember 1, 201612

Deal: Martian Notifier Smartwatch only $29.99

Today you can snag a new Martian Notifier Smartwatch for the same price as a used one, and shipping is on the house (in the US). You'll have to act quickly, though!
by John DyeNovember 14, 20163

VPN beginner’s guide – what are they, and why should you use one?

VPNs aren't only for businesses and super tech-savvy users anymore. A Virtual Private Network might be just what you need to make your browsing more safe and secure.
by John DyeNovember 11, 20167

Where did emoji come from?

Many people use emoji almost every day, but nobody really thinks about where they came from. Their actual origin is strange, arbitrary, and very Japanese.
by John DyeNovember 2, 201613

(Update: SD 810 and 5.5-inch QHD display) Rumored HTC Bolt pics leaked

Following leaked real-world photos of the upcoming HTC Bolt, we now have further details on the specs to be found inside.
by John DyeOctober 17, 201636
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