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CAT S31, S41, and T20 tablet launch as latest rugged mobile devices

CAT is a brand synonymous to ruggedness. It’s been launching rugged smartphones since 2012 and we don’t think it will stop anytime soon because there is a need for such especially in industries that
Facebook taps AI to fix crooked 360-degree panoramic photos

Facebook taps AI to fix crooked 360-degree panoramic photos

Taking a panoramic photo with your phone is easy, but taking a high-quality 360-degree panorama with your phone isn’t. The process typically involves opening an app and slowly rotating the phone in a
Nintendo Switch-branded SD cards on the way from SanDisk

Nintendo Switch-branded SD cards on the way from SanDisk

Nintendo and SanDisk have announced a new team up that will see Switch-branded microSDXC cards released later this year. Those microSDXC cards serve as the main memory cards for the Switch, and though
SlashGear’s Best of IFA 2017

SlashGear’s Best of IFA 2017

If there’s one thing you can say about IFA 2017, it’s that the European uber-show isn’t short on new products. Every year manufacturers bring the best TVs, phones, laptops, and more – along with more

Microsoft Garage’s SMS Organizer app launches in India

While SMS is still an important communication tool for some countries like India to be specific, the platform seems to still be stuck in decades past. A bunch of “ideapreneurs” from Microsoft’s Garage
This giant Star Wars toy just won Force Friday

This giant Star Wars toy just won Force Friday

The best Star Wars toy was just revealed to the world in the form of a secret event inside an event at Target. This event was Force Friday, and the event within was a sort of mini-raffle. Those in

Duolingo’s TinyCards now available for Android devices

The adage “you can’t teach an old dog new tricks” has been disproven over and over again the past few decades. We already know that learning new things even when you’re beyond school can really be
PS4’s new DualShock 4 controllers look excellent

PS4’s new DualShock 4 controllers look excellent

Sony hasn’t really been hitting out of the park with its limited edition DualShock 4 controllers lately. Whether it’s the Destiny 2 controller planned to launch alongside the game or the limited
HP Windows Mixed Reality DE Headset release date and pricing revealed

HP Windows Mixed Reality DE Headset release date and pricing revealed

This week the folks at HP have revealed the release information around their fabled HP Windows Mixed Reality Developer Edition Headset. This isn’t the final edition, instead opting to use the

Samsung Galaxy S9 to launch earlier in January 2018

We always say that it’s never too late for us to discuss the next premium flagship smartphones from any top OEM. Since the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is already out, we now have the Galaxy S9 to look
Bragi Dash Pro makes a big move with Alexa integration

Bragi Dash Pro makes a big move with Alexa integration

We’ve had plenty of big Alexa reveals at IFA 2017, but perhaps one of the most exciting is the news that Alexa will soon be coming to Bragi’s Dash and Dash Pro headphones. The Dash and Dash Pro found
Samsung teams with Microsoft again : Xbox One X, QLED 4K TV, the future

Samsung teams with Microsoft again : Xbox One X, QLED 4K TV, the future

Two of the biggest brands in electronics announced their intention to cross-promote products, making one monster of an advertising force before the holiday season 2017. On the surface the deal seems

Google Play policy updated, more standalone apps supported with multi-APK

Google has rolled out Android Wear 2.0 for smartwatches. The new version of the Android Wear platform brings many features and major changes to any wearable device. Most important change is that it
The Walkman is alive

The Walkman is alive

With a streaming-capable smartphone in most pockets, it’d be easy to assume that the bottom has fallen out of the standalone media player segment altogether. Sony, though, would argue that’s an
Sharp AQUOS 8K TV launch wants you to toss your 4K set

Sharp AQUOS 8K TV launch wants you to toss your 4K set

Even though most of this week’s announcements have come from IFA 2017, Sharp decided to strike out on its own by making its big reveal in Shanghai. At that event, Sharp announced the launch of its new
One-of-a-kind Ferrari 365 GTB/4 “Daytona” Sat in Japanese Barn for 40 Years

One-of-a-kind Ferrari 365 GTB/4 “Daytona” Sat in Japanese Barn for 40 Years

Ferrari has been making some of the most desirable and expensive cars on the roads for decades now. It’s one of the only automakers to build cars that actually increase in value rather than decrease.

T-Mobile intros Un-carrier Next, 600 MHz LTE support for LG V30

T-Mobile is becoming more known as the Uncarrier. It’s been introducing a number of great promos including a rewards program and the unlimited data plans. For some people, contracts have been changed
Galaxy S9 announcement could be this early

Galaxy S9 announcement could be this early

It seems that Samsung hasn’t yet completely settled on a new cadence for its bi-annual flagship launches. Either that or it has decided to simply buck the trend and just push the release date earlier
As iPhone 8 notch nears, Sharp makes its odd display pitch

As iPhone 8 notch nears, Sharp makes its odd display pitch

The iPhone 8 may have its notch, and the Essential Phone its front camera cut-out, but Sharp is exploring some seriously unusual shapes for its latest panels. The company brought its latest IGZO
Samsung to test autonomous cars in California

Samsung to test autonomous cars in California

It seems like every time we turn around another company is looking to test autonomous cars. Many of these firms want to test in California and the latest to land a permit to do that is Samsung