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How Google is powering the world’s AI

by Robert Triggs November 25, 20170 comments
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The return of the Power User

by Joshua Vergara November 25, 20170 comments
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Your guide to Android One

by Adam Doud November 24, 20170 comments
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5 biggest no-nos when buying a new smartphone

by Mitja Rutnik November 23, 20170 comments
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What the heck is variable aperture?

Samsung's Galaxy S9 is anticipated to include a camera boasting a variable aperture. Here's what that means for taking next-gen smartphone pictures.
by Robert Triggs15 hours ago

Does Huawei’s failed US launch tarnish your view of the company? [Poll of the Week]

Has your view on Huawei changed after its failed US launch? Or do you still feel the same way about the company?
by Jimmy Westenberg19 hours ago

Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus: Everything we know so far (Updated: January 15)

Rumor roundup: Check out when the Samsung Galaxy S9 series will be announced, what it will offer specs-wise, how much it will cost, and more.
by Mitja Rutnik1 day ago

ButterflyVPN is a router that unlocks the internet on-the-go

A limited internet makes no sense. This is why today we are sharing ButterflyVPN with you. This tiny dongle unlocks restricted sites, secures your browsing and is super easy to operate.
by Edgar Cervantes2 days ago
 
 

Huawei Mate 10 Pro international giveaway!

This week, we're giving away a brand new Huawei Mate 10 Pro! Here's how to enter for a chance to win.
by Jimmy Westenberg2 days ago

Sony eyes a future in 3D despite Project Tango’s failure

Sony is developing time of flight sensors that can map 3D environments, detect people, and recognize gestures, suggesting the company is making a big play for augmented reality.
by Robert Triggs3 days ago

Huawei’s next flagships may bring a DSLR-like camera experience

During CES 2018, Huawei CBG CEO Richard Yu told us that the company wants to bring DSLR-like revolutionary camera technology to its flagship devices. Here's what he had to say.
by Team AA3 days ago

Why US carriers won’t sell the best phone in the world

Why won't AT&T sell the excellent Mate 10 Pro? Was it just US carriers playing hardball, political point-scoring, or did US intelligence have the final say?
by Tristan Rayner4 days ago

A closer look at the LG V30 in Raspberry Rose (and the $2K Signature Edition)

The LG V30 in Raspberry Rose is beautiful. Here's a hands-on look at the new color option, plus a quick look at the LG V30 Signature Edition!
by Jimmy Westenberg4 days ago

The big story at CES 2018: Google vs Amazon (Video)

Amazon's Alexa and Google Assistant are going head-to-head at CES 2018, as the two battle it out to become the dominant smart home platform.
by Robert Triggs5 days ago
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