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Razer to launch a gaming-centric mobile device before year-end

Razer, an important gaming company today, is said to be launching a new mobile device before year 201 7 ends. We’ve known about this since January when it acquired Nextbit to focus on mobile
The T-Mobile and Sprint merger terms are reportedly almost set

The T-Mobile and Sprint merger terms are reportedly almost set

T-Mobile and Sprint‘s on-again, off-again merger is near to terms being agreed, sources claim, though there’s still some way to go before the four major carriers become three. The two networks have
Apple TV 4K won’t let you download 4K content

Apple TV 4K won’t let you download 4K content

The new fifth-generation Apple TV is certainly a big launch for Apple, as it brings the company’s line of streaming boxes into the 4K era. While that support will definitely be exciting for the Apple
IKEA welcomes iPhone 8 wireless charging with tribute campaign

IKEA welcomes iPhone 8 wireless charging with tribute campaign

You can credit the iPhone 8 and iPhone X for the recent resurgence in interest in wireless charging, and IKEA isn’t letting that opportunity pass it by. The company has offered select versions of its

HTC rumored to release bezel-less U11 Plus in November

The biggest news that came out of the tech industry yesterday is that Google has signed a billion-dollar “agreement” with HTC to bring on the latters’ talents to work on hardware for the former. It’s
Uber loses London license

Uber loses London license

In an unexpected blow to Uber, the city of London has refused to reissue its license to operate, over concerns that its ride-sharing service “is not fit and proper.” The decision will mean that, after

Yota3 smartphone debuts in China, available in 64GB and 128GB models

As promised last week, the Yotaphone 3 has just launched in China. It comes with pre-installed apps. We’ve been hearing about this smartphone since March when the OEM revealed that a 3rd-generation
iPhone 8 teardown has more bad news about repairability

iPhone 8 teardown has more bad news about repairability

The iPhone 8 is hitting stores today, and like clockwork, iFixit has delivered its teardown of Apple’s latest flagship. With these iFixit teardowns, Apple products seem to be something of a mixed bag

Galaxy S8 getting Android 8.0 Oreo beta firmware soon

We still don’t know when the Android 8.0 Oreo will finally start rolling out to devices by other smartphone makers, but at least we now know that a beta program for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy
Columbia Engineering researchers make soft robotics breakthrough with new artificial muscle

Columbia Engineering researchers make soft robotics breakthrough with new artificial muscle

Researchers at Columbia Engineering have made a breakthrough in soft robotics that is said to have solved a long standing issue in creating untethered soft robots. The goal of these soft robots is to
Purism Librem 5: the promise of a truly free, truly open phone

Purism Librem 5: the promise of a truly free, truly open phone

Part of the appeal of Android is its openness, at least compared to iOS. But, let’s face it. Google isn’t running a charity and Android’s direction will always be aligned with Google’s business. There

Google Project Fi, Google Store brings trade-in program

If you’re already pretty excited for the upcoming Pixel 2 launch, then you also better start saving up for it. But if you’re aiming for one of the current Google devices, then you can save a little
Tesla Model S 75 rear wheel drive EV gets the axe this Sunday

Tesla Model S 75 rear wheel drive EV gets the axe this Sunday

If you have been on the fence about buying a Tesla Model S and have been considering the cheapest Model S option, it is about to go away. Tesla has confirmed that as of September 24 the cheapest Model
Pokemon Playhouse: Gotta start ‘em young

Pokemon Playhouse: Gotta start ‘em young

Although initially intended for young gamers, Pokemon quickly became a grownup’s playground. Especially with “spinoffs” like Pokemon GO. In trying to bring the game back to its roots, Pokemon Company

Motorola Moto X4 will arrive unlocked in the US

The Moto X4 is the first ever Android One offering and this device is expected to bring some changes to the industry. Most Motorola fans are curious to know if a regular X4 will roll out in the US or
Land Rover Discovery hauls 110-ton Aussie road train across the Outback

Land Rover Discovery hauls 110-ton Aussie road train across the Outback

Land Rover wants people interested in the new Discovery to know it can tow a lot of weight. While most Discovery buyers will never tow anything, much less take the capable SUV off-road, Land Rover
Ani OVERDRIVE: Fast & Furious finally rolls out this weekend

Ani OVERDRIVE: Fast & Furious finally rolls out this weekend

What’s better than having tricked out cars racing and trying to “nearly” destroy each other, Fast & Furious style? Why having said cars be controlled by AIs, of course! While that might sound like

Moto G5S Plus now ready for pre-order, will ship September 29

After introducing the Moto X4 as the first Android One phone and announcing it will release Android 8.0 Oreo update for the Moto G4 Plus, here’s Motorola again showing off a new device: the Moto G5s
Unlocked Moto X4, sans Android One, still coming to the US

Unlocked Moto X4, sans Android One, still coming to the US

Google just proudly announced that it’s bringing its Android One program to the US, with the recently launched Moto X4 as its first champion. Not everyone, however, might see the point in an Android

Bose QuietComfort35 II launches with Gooogle Assistant

We learned about this one last week when a new pair of Bose QuietComfort headphones was leaked. It was believed to arrive with Google Assistant and now the product is made official. Both Google and