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Phillip Prado

Phillip Prado is a writer, movie lover, coffee addict, and avid follower of all things tech.

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Google finally announces Chrome App death timeline

Google is finally killing Chrome Apps, and the phasing out process begins this March.
Phillip PradoJanuary 17, 2020164 shares
 

Full Samsung Galaxy S20 series specs list leaked

This list includes the specs for the Samsung Galaxy S20 5G, S20 Plus 5G, and the S20 Ultra 5G.
Phillip PradoJanuary 17, 2020722 shares
 

Future OnePlus devices will be able to upgrade 30fps footage to 120fps

OnePlus CEO Peter Lau took to Twitter to show off how future devices will take advantage of its high-refresh-rate displays.
Phillip PradoJanuary 17, 2020393 shares
 

Facebook redacts controversial plan to pump ads into WhatsApp… for now

Facebook indefinitely pushes back its plans to fold adverts into WhatsApp's Status page.
Phillip PradoJanuary 17, 2020140 shares
 

Facebook owns 4 out of the 5 most downloaded apps of 2019

Analytics company App Annie's latest report reveals this and many other facts about the global mobile market in 2019.
Phillip PradoJanuary 16, 202096 shares
 

Deal: Amazon sale offers 15% off the Samsung Galaxy Buds

This discount takes $20 off their original price tag.
Phillip PradoJanuary 16, 202062 shares
 

Get it now: Stable Microsoft Edge Chromium is available for download

You can download it now for macOS, Windows, iOS, and Android.
Phillip PradoJanuary 16, 2020242 shares
 

Anker, Aukey sale includes true wireless earbuds, powerbanks, Bluetooth speakers

You don't want to miss these Anker and Aukey Amazon sales.
Phillip PradoJanuary 15, 202067 shares
 

Microsoft Launcher 6.0 impressions: Testing the Surface Duo’s launcher

Microsoft Launcher 6.0 includes several UI and usability tweaks, but will it be ready for the Surface Duo?
Phillip PradoJanuary 15, 2020136 shares
 

Could Xiaomi release a device rocking a pop-up camera with seven sensors?

A few new Xiaomi patents reveal three distinct pop-up camera designs that include as many as seven sensors in total.
Phillip PradoJanuary 14, 2020134 shares
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