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Chainfire quits SuperSU, consultant until February 24

Around two years ago, Chainfire sold SuperSU to Chinese company CCMT, which prompted a lot of questions from the Android aftermarket community. Chainfire was already a legendary name in Android
Sonos One official: Alexa built-in, Google Assistant in 2018

Sonos One official: Alexa built-in, Google Assistant in 2018

Sonos may be rolling out Alexa support to its existing speakers, but the connected music company also has a brand new speaker with Amazon’s assistant onboard. The Sonos One looks at first glance like
Overwatch Halloween Terror 2017 event begins next week

Overwatch Halloween Terror 2017 event begins next week

Now that we’re into October, we’re closing in on another big holiday, which means it’s time for Overwatch’s next seasonal event. Blizzard has revealed that it will bring back 2016’s Halloween Terror
Sonos’ Alexa public beta arrives today in “sonic internet” push

Sonos’ Alexa public beta arrives today in “sonic internet” push

Sonos has launched a public beta of its Alexa integration, following up on its promise to use Amazon’s virtual assistant to control its multiroom speakers. The public beta follows Sonos‘ ongoing

Allo for Web now available on Firefox, Opera

Industry observers are saying that the reason why Google’s Allo messaging service hasn’t taken off as fast as they want is that it’s not as accessible yet as its other competitors. Despite having nice

‘Dragon Project’ hits the Google Play Store with a new role-playing gameplay

Add the word ‘dragon’ to any title and you’re guaranteed a nice-sounding and attractive mobile game. This adventure challenge is full of action and strategies in a multiplayer role-playing experience.
HP Spectre 13 and x360 notebooks get redesigned for 2017

HP Spectre 13 and x360 notebooks get redesigned for 2017

Today, HP revealed new models in its line of Spectre 13 notebooks. With an eye to design, these new notebooks – the standard Spectre 13 and the Spectre x360 13 – are launching later this month and

Huawei Mate 10 Pro compared with the Mate 9

We’re almost down with our countdown and anticipation for the new Google Pixel phones and other smart products from the tech giant so we’ll give more attention to Huawei now. The top Chinese OEM has
Rezvani Tank debuts with 500 hp 6.4L Hemi V8 and available armor protection

Rezvani Tank debuts with 500 hp 6.4L Hemi V8 and available armor protection

Rezvani is normally associated with cool sports cars like the Beast Alpha with the crazy doors that we talked about nearly a year ago. Rezvani has announced a new vehicle that it calls an Xtreme

BLU S1 launched as a new mid-range Android phone

After that dilemma of its product lineup being removed from Amazon and then being put back again after a few days, BLU Products is here with a totally new Android-powered phone: the BLU S1. This
BAE drone concept can switch between fixed-wing and rotary mode for vertical landings

BAE drone concept can switch between fixed-wing and rotary mode for vertical landings

The military has seen the need for aircraft that can take off and land vertically while having higher top speeds associated with fixed wing aircraft. This is the thought process behind the Osprey and
Range Rover Sport PHEV is Jaguar Land Rover’s first plug-in hybrid

Range Rover Sport PHEV is Jaguar Land Rover’s first plug-in hybrid

Range Rover has added a new plug-in hybrid SUV to its Range Rover Sport family. The hybrid Range Rover Sport combines electric propulsion with a gas engine for performance. The plug-in hybrid has

HTC U11 Life specs shown off, confirmed with Edge Sense

LlabTooFeR is at it again. After telling us an update for the HTC Sense app will have the app drawer function, here are some new information about the upcoming HTC U11 Life that will be powered by
Seedling’s Parker teddy bear uses AR to teach kids caregiving

Seedling’s Parker teddy bear uses AR to teach kids caregiving

Your teddy bear doesn’t need to be a (sometimes freaky) robot to be cool and hi-tech. It just needs an iPad or an iPhone. And maybe some imagination. Well, actually, you and your kid will need those

Instagram now lets you poll viewers of your Stories

If you’re the kind of person who always has trouble deciding between two things, like which dress to buy or what flavor of ice cream to get, or whether to go to LA or San Francisco for your vacation,
Optoma NuForce BE Free8 earbuds bring Hi-Fi in a tiny package

Optoma NuForce BE Free8 earbuds bring Hi-Fi in a tiny package

Let’s face it. Apple ditching the headphone jack has changed the audio accessories market ever so slightly. More and more “truly wireless” earbuds, just like the Apple AirPods, are popping up left and
Gundam Haro AI-powered talking robot can be yours next year

Gundam Haro AI-powered talking robot can be yours next year

There is no shortage of consumer-oriented robots these days, whether for entertainment, security, or even health. They come in all shapes and sizes, including some cute, dancing ones. Curiously, there
Google Allo for Web finally becomes a little more useful

Google Allo for Web finally becomes a little more useful

Allo is one of those “yet another Google messaging service” that both makes sense and, at the same time, doesn’t. On the one hand, it tries to be a cross-platform iMessage in simplicity and
Chainfire is retiring from SuperSU development

Chainfire is retiring from SuperSU development

A pebble dropped in the Android ocean and it might cause large waves that will be felt long after. Chainfire, the Android superstar behind root utility SuperSU, has announced his retirement from

Google Home app updated with Night Mode, improved user interface

Countdown has started again for Google’s grand reveal of the Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Google Home Mini, Daydream View, and the Google PixelBook. We have numerous information about these devices so it’s