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What is the BBC micro:bit - Gary explains

by Gary Sims 11 hours ago4 comments

Do you use mobile payments? [Poll of the Week]

by Jimmy Westenberg 8 hours ago18 comments

HTC U Ultra hands-on: a major change for HTC

by Andrew Grush 5 days ago104 comments

5 flagship features mid-range phones need in 2017

by Robert Triggs 5 days ago40 comments
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No Man’s Sky and The Witness now available on NVIDIA Shield

Two major PC and console games from 2016, No Man's Sky and The Witness, are now both playable on NVIDIA's Shield TV devices.
by John Callaham54 minutes ago

Turn your Android phone into a makeshift Nintendo Switch

With a bluetooth controller and wireless video casting accessories, you can easy bring your favorite Android games to the big screen, Nintendo Switch style.
by Robert Triggs4 hours ago9

Nougat update will roll out to the unlocked HTC One A9 starting tonight

HTC's Mo Versi announced the Android 7.0 Nougat rollout will commence later tonight!
by John Callaham5 hours ago5

Samsung Galaxy S8 might make it easy to schedule a doctor’s appointment

A new report claims that a major update is coming to the Samsung S Health app, allowing users to make doctor's appointments from within the app.
by John Callaham7 hours ago3
 
 

Do you use mobile payments? [Poll of the Week]

Do you use mobile payments, or are you still not convinced they save time and effort? Be sure to cast your vote in our latest Poll of the Week!
by Jimmy Westenberg8 hours ago18

This innovation could prevent phone batteries from catching fire and exploding

Researchers from Stanford University created a lithium-ion battery with a built-in fire extinguisher that can stop batteries from burning up in 0.4 seconds.
by Mitja Rutnik9 hours ago3

Deal: UE ROLL 2 on sale for $68 at Amazon and Walmart (was $100)

The water-resistant UE ROLL 2 Bluetooth speaker is currently on sale at Amazon and Walmart for $68 — down from $100.
by Scott Adam Gordon10 hours ago2

Hands-on with the new Nvidia Shield TV (Update: on sale today)

Nvidia's new Shield TV adds 4k HDR support and Google Assistant to the already popular media streaming console. Available for $199 from today.
by David Imel11 hours ago37

Lenovo Z2 Plus gets a price cut in India, now starting at Rs. 14,999

The Lenovo Z2 Plus is now available for Rs.14,999 (32 GB) and Rs. 17,499 (64 GB), which is Rs. 3,000/2,500 off its regular price.
by Mitja Rutnik12 hours ago1

Here are the 20 finalists of Google’s European Indie Games Contest

Google has outlined the 20 finalists of its European Google Play Indie Games contest ahead of the final event in London on February 16.
by Scott Adam Gordon12 hours ago
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