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The Galaxy Note 8 is a curious smartphone

by Nirave Gondhia 18 hours ago0 comments

Google weighs in on Pixel 2 XL display, says it may add “more color options”

by Scott Adam Gordon 16 hours ago0 comments

Where to buy Google Home, Home Mini, and Home Max

by Jimmy Westenberg 17 hours ago0 comments

Huawei Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro vs the competition

by Mitja Rutnik 21 hours ago0 comments
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Google plans to expand its London office and hire up to 3,000 more employees by 2020

Google has revealed plans to expand its offices in London and hire up to 3,000 more people in that city by the year 2020.
by John CallahamNovember 15, 2016

Sony creates ultra violet mural using Xperia Z3 in London

Sony has taken to the streets of London to showcase the Xperia Z3 by creating unique ultra violet low light murals using the smartphone's camera.
by Nirave GondhiaJuly 17, 201512

Samsung shutters its London flagship store amid poor earnings

Seemingly the result of severe cost-cutting creativity, Samsung has closed its flagship London store, home of the UK's Galaxy S4 and S5 product releases.
by Matthew BensonDecember 25, 201435

Samsung opens up pre-registration for European Developer Day, takes place on November 18th

On October 27th, Samsung will kick off its first developer conference in San Francisco. For those in Europe, Samsung will also hold a separate event on November 18th. Keep reading to ...
by Andrew GrushSeptember 30, 20131

We’ll be at the HTC event tomorrow, here’s what you can expect!

26 hours and some change. That’s all that’s left until HTC will finally put us out of our misery and show the world once and for all if the company is built for greatness.
by AdrianFebruary 18, 20131

Google UK in £1bn property deal, set to move HQ in 2016

Following the completion a £1bn property deal, Google will now build a seven and 11 story office complex on 2.4 acres of disused land behind King’s Cross Station. Once completed the ...
by Gary SimsJanuary 18, 2013

New System Allows London Police to Instantly Download Your Phone Data

For those afraid that our right to personal privacy is slowly disappearing, there’s a new example of law enforcement procedure to support that concern. If you’re suspected of a crime ...
by Shea HarrisMay 22, 20125

Archos confirms event for September 15th

Archos media event French language website frandroid is reporting that Archos have confirmed the event that we mentioned a while back is on for ...
by James TromansAugust 20, 2009345

HTC Hero (G1 Touch) video demos from London and New York

Ugh, been a nightmare morning. YouTube started having problems with AVI video uploads, which is what I typically use, and was truncating our videos at 34 seconds. Once I realized ...
by Michael OrylJune 25, 2009160

HTC Hero official – Sense UI, multi-touch zooming, and Flash support

HTC Hero This text is taken from my piece on the website.  A full photo gallery that includes 4 live photos from MobileBurn’s Russ ...
by Michael OrylJune 24, 2009231
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