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Uber introduce Express Pool for cheaper rides (with a catch)

The original idea of Uber was for people to share rides and eventually save up on money and ease traffic congestion, hence the Uber Pool option. Now they are introducing another option that will give

Samsung Galaxy S9 leaked before official launch

In about three days, we will get to see the new Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ and confirm all the rumors, leaks, and renders we have seen the past few months. Since July last year, we’ve been hearing a

Facebook Messenger now lets you add people while on a call

While you could do group voice or video chats for some time now on Messenger, adding people to the call wasn’t convenient previously. You would have to make sure everyone’s added to the group before

Scratch, burn, and bend that CAT S41 rugged phone, see if it survives

Most of the durability tests done by Zack Nelson, Mr. JerryRigEverything himself, show those premium flagship phones from the most popular OEMs and brands we know. Recently, we saw the BlackBerry

LG launching new K8 and K10 phones at the Mobile World Congress

LG, the company we always refer to as the other South Korean tech giant, is launching new smartphones at the upcoming MWC 2018. We know it won’t be launching a new premium flagship phone so don’t

ZTE Blade X2 Max image leaked, to launch with Cricket Wireless mid to late spring

ZTE is a China-based manufacturer known for midrange smartphones that are friendly to your budget. Specifically, we remember the ZTE Blade Max from around August last year because it was an absolute

Snapchat now lets you add Giphy GIFs to your snaps

Snapchat’s growth may be stagnant at best, but they’re now yet out of the fight. Just a few weeks after Instagram let you add animated stickers to your Stories, Snapchat is now letting its users also

Flixster is officially gone forever as of February 20

It’s not really a surprise since they’ve been telling us this for months already, but as of February 20, Flixster Video is officially done. The website is no longer working and your movies will no

Samsung Galaxy S9 to reportedly hit shelves by March 16

We’re just a few days away from the official announcement of the new flagship devices from Samsung, but the rumors and leaks keep flowing. The latest news is that the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ will

Google Reply to add smart replies to other messaging apps

Messaging on your Android phone can be more fun than ever once this Reply feature becomes more widespread. You can’t find the app anywhere on the GooglePlay Store but the APK is now available. This

Gemini PDA will ship with Android, but has support for Linux

We’ve wrote about Planet Computers’ Gemini pocket computer/PDA before, and we’ve even met it face-to-face at CES 2018. Planet Computers should be shipping this device any day now to those who

Learn how to code with Python and Pay What You Want [DEALS]

Want to learn to code but don’t want to spend hundreds of dollars in the process? Then the Pay What you Want: Absolute Python Bundle, available now at Android Community Deals, is just what the doctor

HOW TO: Setting up your 2nd generation Chromecast on your TV, control with Android

So if you were one of those who jumped on the big screen LED TV or LCD TV bandwagon early, chances are that your TV probably won’t have smart features and internet connectivity. But instead of

Android P will prevent idle apps from recording using device’s microphone

The official unveiling of Android P might be just a couple of weeks away, if rumors are to be believed. While we are still secretly rooting for Peppermint to be the official name, the great thing is

Archos Citee Connect is the world’s first Android-powered scooter

Archos has made a lot of gadgets – you can choose from their phones, tablets, and drones. But somewhere within the French outfit’s research and development team, somebody thought the world would need

AT&T speeding up mobile 5G roll out with multi-gigabit speeds, more testing

The 5G technology is definitely closer than we think. Networks have been successfully completing tests while big companies are also rolling out 5G-related products like the Qualcomm Snapdragon X50 5G

AT&T Prepaid customers can now use “sponsored data”

No matter how you feel about net neutrality, the fact is that changes are coming and unless something drastic happens, the reversal of the rules that we’ve been following over the years is upon us.

Xiaomi working on Black Shark phone with 8GB RAM, 18:9 display

We hope by now you’re done LSS-ing on the song “Baby Shark”. It’s been ringing in our ears for months and with the release of the Black Shark, we have a feeling people will likely sing the son again.

Sony 3D Creator app gets an update, now allows Facebook sharing

If you haven’t downloaded and tried Sony’s 3D Creator app, then you’re missing out a lot. The program that has been ported to other Marshmallow-powered devices and lets you virtually star in Blade

Sony Xperia XZ2 phones will have 18:9 screen but no headphone jack

Apart from the Samsung Galaxy S9, we’re curious about the next offering from Sony. During last year’s Mobile World Congress, the Sony Xperia XZ Premium was named as the “Best New Mobile Device at MWC