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This week we reviewed the Honor View 10 and the Garmin vívofit 4, and we talked through the differences between AI and machine learning. We also learned that Mario Kart is coming to mobile! Here’s the news of the week.
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Honor View 10 review: a OnePlus 5T challenger emerges The Honor View 10 (also known as V10) does a great job with the basics, but finds plenty of ways to add more value to its affordable price point.
Garmin vívofit 4 review: two steps forward, one step back The vívofit 3 was one of our favorite fitness trackers of 2017. Is the vívofit 4 a worthy successor? Find out in our full Garmin vívofit 4 review.
Artificial intelligence vs machine learning: what’s the difference? The terms artificial intelligence and machine learning are often used interchangeably these days, but there are some important differences. Here’s what you need to know.
Ticwatch E review update: back in black The Ticwatch E is a very affordable entry point into the world of Android Wear. We spent some extra time with a working unit and found it to be a comfortable and stylish smartwatch deserving of your attention.
How to legally watch Super Bowl LII (in the US) Super Bowl LII airs today. There are a ton of legal options when it comes to watching on Super Bowl Sunday. We have outlined as many as we could find, even the super lame ideas!
10 best new Android games from January 2018 Android gaming is getting bigger and there are always awesome, new games coming out. Check out our list of the best new Android games from the last month!
Why we are keeping phones for longer Smartphone customers are, on average, waiting longer to upgrade their handsets than they were just a few years ago. The big question is why?
Mario Kart is coming to mobile! The game will be titled Mario Kart Tour and is set to be released at some point in the next financial year.
Killing the ‘Google can’t innovate anymore’ argument Googlers leaving Google is not always news. But when they accuse their former employer of being 100% competitor focused, we need to unpack the claims.
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