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This week we reminisced about the best smartphones and innovations of 2017, talked about what the net neutrality repeal means for the internet, and more. Here’s the news of the week!
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Huawei confirms its phones will be sold by US carriers in 2018, starting with the Mate 10 Huawei exec Richard Yu said that more information on the company’s US carrier plans will be revealed in January during CES 2018.
The top three smartphone innovations of 2017 There weren’t a ton of new innovations introduced for smartphones in 2017, but three turned up that we hope to see more of in 2018.
Why noise cancellation is the most important tech in mobile You probably don’t think about it, but noise cancellation is a hugely useful technology inside smartphones, enabling everything from crystal clear calls to virtual assistants and better audio.
How to get into great shape with a fitness tracker in just 7 minutes… a day Many people don’t use their fitness trackers to the fullest. In this article, we look at how you can get into shape with your band in just 7 minutes a day.
What China is doing to create a tech edge over the US China continues to grow as the world’s most powerful technology exporter, but what is the country doing differently to gain an edge over Silicon Valley?
What is the Kirin 970’s NPU? – Gary explains Huawei’s Kirin 970 has a new component called the Neural Processing Unit, the NPU. Sounds fancy, but what is it and how does it work?
The rise of Foxconn and Terry Gou, and shaking the Apple shackles Foxconn may be best known for manufacturing Apple’s iPhone, but there’s more to this quickly expanding electronics giant.
Tango was Google’s too soon moonshot, but ARCore can do better Although the headlines read that Google killed off the ambitious Project Tango, the truth is that ARCore is exactly what we need. Here’s why.
FCC officially repeals net neutrality rules: what now? Net neutrality is officially dead, but what does that mean for Internet users in the US and beyond? Will it ever come back? Read on to find out.
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