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Blackberry Motion review: A KEYone without the keyboard

by Lanh Nguyen 4 hours ago0 comments
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Razer Phone review

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Features

Drone Rush 2017 holiday buying guide

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Features

This is the OnePlus 5T Star Wars Edition

by Abhishek Baxi 5 hours ago0 comments
Latest

Samsung rolls out fourth Oreo beta for the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus

Samsung has begun rolling out updates for the Galaxy S8 users on the Oreo beta program, though those in the UK will get first dibs.
by Williams Pelegrin10 minutes ago

Amazon announces plans to sell Apple TV and Chromecast again

Amazon will begin selling Apple and Google's rivals to its Fire TV devices on its retail site again, after removing them two years ago.
by John Callaham31 minutes ago

Leaked Samsung Galaxy S9 renders show off fixed fingerprint sensor placement

We're getting our first look at what the Samsung Galaxy S9 might look like. Come check out the pictures and see what has changed from the Galaxy S8.
by Matt Adams1 hour ago

BLU’s Life One X3 packs a big 5,000 mAh battery and software that hopefully works

BLU's Life One X3 is available now through Amazon, though the real question is whether people will buy it, given the recent Life One X2 software fiasco.
by Williams Pelegrin1 hour ago
 
 

Essential Phone will gain double tap to wake, EIS, and more features in future updates

The news comes from the Essential team's latest AMA on Reddit, which also confirmed that Project Treble will be a part of the final Oreo update.
by John Callaham3 hours ago

Your smartphone camera could one day be your new pin code

According to a new report, flaws in your camera's smartphone could lead to a brand new form of authentication for purchases and money withdrawals.
by Matt Adams3 hours ago

Here’s how to watch the FCC’s vote on Net Neutrality

The FCC is widely expected to strike down Net Neutrality today. If you'd like to tune in to watch the vote, here's how you can do so.
by Matt Adams4 hours ago

Disney’s purchase of Fox should make Netflix very nervous

Disney is buying tons of content from Fox for over $50 billion, and it could give the future Disney streaming service lots of content to go against Netflix.
by John Callaham5 hours ago

Huawei gearing up to launch the Mate 10 Pro with Verizon and AT&T?

A recent report suggests that Huawei is aiming to release the Mate 10 Pro with Verizon and AT&T in the US, starting in the first quarter of next year.
by Scott Adam Gordon6 hours ago

Some Google Pixel phones are still suffering Bluetooth issues on Android 8.1 Oreo

First-generation Pixel users are still reporting issues with Bluetooth connectivity in their droves - even after the Android 8.1 Oreo update.
by Oliver Cragg7 hours ago
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