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This week we published our initial review of the Google Pixel XL and took a close look at the Limited Edition Galaxy S7 Edge: Olympic Edition. We also went hands-on with the newly-published Android 7.1 Developer Preview. Here’s the news of the week!
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Google Pixel XL initial review: first 48 hours While we haven’t had enough time to give you our full impressions on the Google Pixel XL, here’s our experience with the device after two days!
Android 7.1 Developer Preview now available for Nexus 6P, 5X and Pixel C If you own a Nexus 6P, 5X or Pixel C, you’ll be happy to hear that Google has just released the first Android 7.1 Developer Preview!
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge: Olympic Games Limited Edition overview We take a quick look at the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge: Olympic Games Limited Edition and found out how it differs from the regular version.
Fitbit Charge 2 vs Charge HR Fitbit’s new flagship fitness tracker, the Charge 2 has just arrived. How does it compare with its predecessor? Join us as we take a look at the Fitbit Charge 2 vs Charge HR!
LeEco is bringing its flagship Le Pro3 to the US LeEco, the Chinese tech company formerly known as Letv, has revealed its first big push into the United States will start with the flagship Le Pro3 smartphone.
How games make money: An interview with Noodlecake Studios, publishers of Alto’s Adventure We chat with Noodlecake Studios’ Ryan Holowaty about Alto’s Adventure, making money from games, the success of Pokemon Go and the future of mobile gaming.
Double tap: five killer Android features Among all the outstanding Android features and shortcuts we’ve ever used, we realized that our favorites all use a double tap gesture to activate. Here are some great Android features you should check out.
Samsung brings the Note 7’s Always on Display features to the Galaxy S7, S7 Edge Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 may be discontinued, but that doesn’t mean some of its unique software features are going away.
Here’s what you can do so far with Android 7.1’s app shortcuts The first Android 7.1 Developer Preview is now available, and it brings a handy new feature called app shortcuts. Here’s how to use the new feature.
This is our best look yet at the HUAWEI Mate 9 New renders have appeared of the HUAWEI Mate 9 and Mate 9 Pro in a light purple color in advance of their official unveiling on November 3.
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