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Motorola One Fusion Plus with pop-up selfie camera is here (Update: US release)

Update: US buyers will be able to grab the Motorola One Fusion Plus starting August 5 for just $400.
Dave LeClairAugust 4, 2020148 shares
 

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 (or Galaxy Fold 2): All the rumors (Updated: July 30)

Update: A new leak from South Korea points to a ~$2,000 price tag and a September sales date.
Dave LeClairJuly 30, 2020382 shares
 

Amazon Prime Day reportedly delayed again this year (Update: Confirmed)

Update: Prime Day will be held in the US later this year but India can look forward to a date in August.
Dave LeClairJuly 21, 2020122 shares
 

What should you do when your phone is lost or stolen?

Here are some things to do when you can't find your phone. If all else fails, you'll need to completely wipe your device.
Dave LeClairJuly 17, 2020277 shares
 

Is the Xbox Series X backwards compatible with Xbox One games?

Microsoft is about to enter the next-gen of gaming with the Xbox Series X, but is the company leaving the Xbox One behind?
Dave LeClairJuly 16, 2020139 shares
 

Software update fixes OnePlus 8 Pro’s HD Netflix, Amazon Prime Video issue

OnePlus has fixed the OnePlus 8 Pro-Widevine issue for Netflix and Amazon Prime Video. Here are the details.
Dave LeClairJuly 15, 2020357 shares
 

OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro get Android 11 beta 2 (Update)

Update: The second Android 11 beta is now available for the OnePlus 8 series, but it still requires some big sacrifices.
Dave LeClairJuly 14, 2020156 shares
 

Xiaomi might be crafting a phone that’s almost all display with a 108MP camera

A new Xiaomi patent has just leaked and it looks like an extremely interesting phone.
Dave LeClairJuly 10, 2020536 shares
 

Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus BTS Edition now official (Update: In stock now in US)

Update: If you're a proud member of the #BTSARMY, you're not going to want to miss this.
Dave LeClairJuly 9, 2020723 shares
 

TikTok predicts staggering loss of cash following India ban

TikTok parent company ByteDance Ltd. is expecting to lose an absurd amount of money as a result of being banned in India.
Dave LeClairJuly 3, 2020485 shares
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