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What a crazy week it’s been! The OnePlus 5 launched on Tuesday (in case you missed it), and you can find all the details on specs and pricing right here. We also got the chance to go hands-on with the Moto E4, told you our thoughts on Nokia’s 3310, and much, much more. Here’s the news of the week!
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Moto E4 hands-on: $70, really? We go hands on with the Moto E4 from Verizon. Considering how cheap this phone is, it’s amazing what $70 will buy these days.
Android O: How is this not Hiroshi Lockheimer messing with us again? Hiroshi Lockheimer is back at it on Twitter. He asked for a vote between three sweet treats: Peanut M&Ms, Milk Chocolate M&Ms, and…Orangina? Android O!
Meet the LG G6 Plus: 6 GB of RAM, 128 GB of storage, and new colors LG has just launched a beefed-up new version of the G6. Dubbed LG G6 Plus (officially styled “LG G6+”), the phone offers more RAM and additional storage space.
What is the Nordic Thingy:52? The Nordic Thingy:52 is a BLE enabled microcontroller development platform for hobbyist and professionals to learn, prototype and develop IoT solutions.
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A week with the Nokia 3310 reminds me how far smartphones have come My experience with the Nokia 3310 has been a frustrating one so far, and for good reason.
What is the problem with IoT security? The Internet of Things has been in the news recently following the DDOS attack on Dyn. It highlighted the real security problems with IoT. But what is the problem? Let me explain.
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