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Moto E4 hands on: $70, really?

by John Velasco 3 days ago13 comments

HTC needs more than great hardware to make a comeback

by David Imel 20 hours ago80 comments

Dual camera optical zoom technology explained

by Robert Triggs 1 day ago8 comments

A week with the Nokia 3310 reminds me how far phones have come

by Robert Triggs 3 days ago9 comments
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5 reasons you should buy the OnePlus 5

The OnePlus 5 is out and you probably already know if you're going to buy one or not. If you're still on the fence, here are the top five reasons to buy the OnePlus 5.
by Nirave Gondhia22 minutes ago

Unlock the world with uTalk

uTalk Language Education is your personal tool for picking up local lingo, and an essential companion for your next visit to the non-English speaking world.
by AA Picks49 minutes ago

Google Home is now available in Canada

Google Home is the first major virtual assistant-powered speaker to arrive in Canada, and it can be yours for $179 starting today.
by Brian Reigh1 hour ago2

Samsung launches pink Galaxy S8 Plus, but there is a catch

The new ever-elusive Rose Pink variant of the Galaxy S8 Plus is only available in Taiwan for now, and it’ll be sold only for a limited period of time.
by Brian Reigh2 hours ago
 
 

10 reasons to try Kotlin for Android development

Kotlin development is now supported by Android Studio by default, but why should you care? Here are 10 good reasons to give Kotlin a try!
by Adam Sinicki2 hours ago2

Google Chrome update adds picture-in-picture video support for Android O

Just tap the Home button when watching a video in full screen via Chrome and it will pop out into its own window.
by Scott Adam Gordon3 hours ago2

OnePlus CEO Pete Lau addresses recent OnePlus 5 criticism

The OnePlus co-founder speaks out about benchmark rigging, the OnePlus 5 price, and iPhone 7 similarities.
by Scott Adam Gordon4 hours ago45

Update: Honor 8 Pro to launch on July 6 in India as an Amazon exclusive

Amazon has set up a dedicated page on its website for the Honor 8 Pro, revealing that the smartphone will be launched on July 6 in India
by Abhishek Baxi4 hours ago21

Samsung Pay now finally supports Discover cards

More than a year later than expected, Samsung's mobile payment service now works with Discover cards.
by Mitja Rutnik5 hours ago2

Samsung beats Fitbit for second place in wearable market

In the first quarter of the year, Samsung grabbed 12.8 percent of the market, while Fitbit's market share was 12.2 percent.
by Mitja Rutnik6 hours ago9
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