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The iPhone 8 is tougher than it looks

The iPhone 8 is tougher than it looks

One of the perceived problems of smartphone OEMs switching to glass both back and front is their durability. Glass is, after all, perceived to be more fragile than metal or even plastic. The keyword
Chuwi LapBook Air pre-orders start, shipping in a few weeks

Chuwi LapBook Air pre-orders start, shipping in a few weeks

If could get a handsome laptop with the best specs you could get on a tight budget, would you mind that it looks like an already existing product? That is the question you’ll have to ask yourself when
OnePlus splits apps from OxygenOS for faster updates

OnePlus splits apps from OxygenOS for faster updates

With very few exceptions, like Nexus or Pixel or Essential, almost all Android smartphones come with some pre-loaded apps made by the OEM itself. It’s bad enough that these are baked into the
HTC U11 Plus flagship leaked to have 18:9 borderless screen

HTC U11 Plus flagship leaked to have 18:9 borderless screen

HTC phones aren’t dead yet. At least for now. Even after its smartphone workforce has been almost cut in half by the Google “agreement”, HTC assures its loyal followers and investors that it will

‘Stormbound: Kingdom Wars’ tactical card collecting game hits the Play Store

‘Stormbound: Kingdom Wars’ is yet another strategy game that will have you playing for hours as you build a new deck of powerful cards to fight against other players in real-time battles. You need to
Wacom Bamboo Ink stylus for Windows 10 tablets now up for grabs

Wacom Bamboo Ink stylus for Windows 10 tablets now up for grabs

There is no shortage of Windows 10 tablets and 2-in-1s that support one kind of stylus or another. There is just one problem: they each have their own, using sometimes incompatible technologies.
Neanderthal remains of 8-year-old boy reveal secrets of the large brain

Neanderthal remains of 8-year-old boy reveal secrets of the large brain

The remains of a young Neanderthal boy are helping shed light on how Neanderthals developed such large brains (larger than that of modern humans, in fact). According to the study, these larger brains

‘Terra Battle 2’ RPG now available on the Play Store

Over a month ago, Mistwalker opened for pre-registration ‘Terra Battle 2’. The new mobile RPG is anticipated because it’s from the maker of Final Fantasy Hironobu Sakaguchi, offering a totally new

Snapseed update brings UI overhaul, easy access to Looks, 11 new presets

Google’s Snapseed still remains to be one of the most popular photo editing apps available, but it doesn’t mean that users are already satisfied with it. As long as we keep seeing new apps with new
LIFX WiFi smart bulbs get support for Apple HomeKit

LIFX WiFi smart bulbs get support for Apple HomeKit

LIFX has announced that its current Lifx and Lifx+ lineup of WiFi smart bulbs now work with Apple HomeKit. Thanks to this new support, current and future Lifx smart bulb owners are able to control
Instagram is testing a ‘follows you’ feature on Android

Instagram is testing a ‘follows you’ feature on Android

It appears Instagram will finally add a ‘follows you’ feature that makes it possible to see whether another user is following you on the social network. This feature has popped up in testing for users

Pay with Google now added to Play Services update, coming soon for developers

When you do a lot of buying online, sometimes entering your credit card details over and over again can be exhausting. That’s why mobile payment gateways like Android Pay are useful not just when you
Netflix HDR support arrives for iPhone 8, iPad Pro, and iPhone X

Netflix HDR support arrives for iPhone 8, iPad Pro, and iPhone X

Netflix has just expanded its HDR and Dolby Vision support, announcing that these videos are now available on the iPad Pro, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and the iPhone X. It was a quiet announcement, as

Outlook shared calendar now on Outlook Android app for Office 365 users

One great thing about Outlook is that it lets you share calendars with friends, officemates, family members so that your schedules are in sync, for whatever reason that you need it to be. One not so
Take it from an HTC fan: this Google deal won’t help

Take it from an HTC fan: this Google deal won’t help

I’m an HTC fan, but I can’t say I’m impressed by the company’s billion dollar deal with Google. The phone-maker has been instrumental in many of the most pivotal moments in modern smartphone history,
Facebook will give Congress the ads bought by Russian agency

Facebook will give Congress the ads bought by Russian agency

Facebook has revealed that it will provide Congress with the advertisements that were purchase by the Russian entity Internet Research Agency throughout 2015 to 2017. The advertisements came to light

Nexus Player ready to receive Android 8.0 Oreo update

Google’s very own Nexus Player is a bit old and may be due for a follow-up but the tech giant is giving it an update soon. The next software update will arrive with Android 8.0 Oreo goodness. This is
Xbox One’s Duke controller is a massive blast from the past

Xbox One’s Duke controller is a massive blast from the past

In an attempt to stand out from the competition, console manufacturers can sometimes be guilty of doing ridiculous things. There are many examples of wacky design decisions throughout gaming history,
Experian criticized for sending credit freeze PINs through email

Experian criticized for sending credit freeze PINs through email

Experian is being criticized for allowing consumers to get their credit freeze PINs through email after answering questions that mostly involve information already leaked by Equifax and others. The
iOS 11 just destroyed Uber’s most annoying privacy flaw

iOS 11 just destroyed Uber’s most annoying privacy flaw

Uber’s oft-criticized location tracking has been reined in with the arrival iOS 11, with Apple forcing app-makers to give more granular controls over privacy to users. The ride-sharing app always made