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This week we compared the LG V20 and LG V10, reviewed the Moto G4 Play, talked about the official Samsung Galaxy Note 7 recall and much more. Here’s the news of the week!
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LG V20 vs LG V10 comparison: evolving the beast Our LG V20 vs LG G5 comparison runs through the significant ways in which the new device improves upon the old – very little of which has to do with looks.
LG V20, G5, Note 7, S7 Edge: Display Showdown LG V20, LG G5, Samsung Galaxy Note 7, Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge. All of these phones have really great displays, but how do they stack up against one another?
Samsung and CPSC officially recall the Galaxy Note 7 in the US, 92 incidents reported so far Well, it’s official. Samsung and the U.S. CPSC (Consumer Product Safety Commission) have officially announced a recall of the Galaxy Note 7.
Moto G4 Play review Moto’s latest budget offering makes its way to market with a low price point and solid specs. Is it worth the money? Find out in our Moto G4 Play review.
Top Kickstarter of the month – August 2016 Sifting through Kickstarter to find a worthy project takes a lot of patience, so let us do it for you. Here are our picks for the best Kickstarters of the month for August 2016!
Samsung has a perception problem, and it’s bigger than the Note 7 The Note 7 recall could change how the public sees Samsung smartphones, and that is arguably the biggest challenge that the company is facing right now.
Samsung Galaxy Note 7 vs Galaxy Note 5 Samsung may have skipped a number, but is the latest addition to the Note line a worthy upgrade? This is the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 vs Galaxy Note 5!
Nexus Launcher is now Pixel Launcher and you can download it now! We heard that Nexus is no more, so it’s not surprising that the brand’s characteristic launcher is getting a new name as well.
How Android updates will change with Nougat Android Nougat represents a shift in the way updates are being handled, with quarterly updates (and more dev previews) being introduced to the mix. We talk a little about what some of this might mean for the future.
“I love Apple no matter what” – this is how strong Apple’s brand loyalty is Imagine how you would respond to being told the phone you’d just lined up for days to buy wasn’t going to be available.
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