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Root access now for Samsung Galaxy S8+ Snapdragon variant, still no bootloader unlock

This will be a bit of good news for people who own the Snapdragon variants of the Samsung Galaxy S8+ (and a little joy for Samsung Galaxy S8 owners as well), as aftermarket developers have released
New 3DS XL gets a SNES classic makeover

New 3DS XL gets a SNES classic makeover

Beginning next month, we’re going to see the return of a phenomenon that hasn’t gripped the world in more than 25 years: Super Nintendo mania. Nintendo is set to release its SNES Classic Edition
Weather app AccuWeather caught red-handed sharing your info [UPDATE]

Weather app AccuWeather caught red-handed sharing your info [UPDATE]

AccuWeather was just caught sending GPS coordinates, Bluetooth switch, and BSSID of local Wi-Fi routers to a third party. Granting this app access to location information on an iPhone has been found

Google working on a pair of smart speakers called Bisto

We’re not quite sure what to focus on here. The idea that the Google app has a new version or that the company is working on a pair of smart headphones. Either way, we’re delighted to know that Google
New Verizon unlimited plans are going to kill consumer goodwill

New Verizon unlimited plans are going to kill consumer goodwill

Back in February, Verizon surprised everyone by announcing that it would begin offering a new unlimited plan. This set off something of a competition between the big four carriers in the US, and at
My Eyes Hurt : Yes, Trump stared at the Solar Eclipse

My Eyes Hurt : Yes, Trump stared at the Solar Eclipse

Donald Trump stared at the solar eclipse without protective eyewear yesterday afternoon, just like hundreds of other Americans. Despite the repeated warnings about damage to one’s eyes – and even

Samsung Galaxy S9 might be modular, to be powered by Snapdragon 845 SoC

It’s never too early to start talking about the next Galaxy S phone especially since the Note 8 will be officially announced tomorrow, August 23. We already said the Galaxy S9 will have the same
SNES Classic Mini pre-order cancelled? here’s your next chance

SNES Classic Mini pre-order cancelled? here’s your next chance

Nintendo’s SNES Classic Mini pre-orders have been cancelled in droves over the past week. This seems to have happened largely in the UK, but some reports suggest the spread of this oversold device

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 256GB model will roll out in South Korea

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is almost ready. We’re excited to see the new phablet tomorrow as the South Korean tech giant is set to launch the phone tomorrow, August 23. We know a lot of information
What is new in Android Oreo : Part 2

What is new in Android Oreo : Part 2

Android Oreo’s new features are abundant, and make for an Android update that’s well worth the effort. Along with the update comes the very clear message from Google about their Pixel devices: Google
Gran Turismo Sport release gets limited edition PlayStation 4

Gran Turismo Sport release gets limited edition PlayStation 4

It’s been nearly four years since the last Gran Turismo game, so October’s release of Gran Turismo Sport is going to be a big event. That’s doubly true when you consider that Gran Turismo Sport will
Nissan adds Titan, Titan XD, and Frontier trucks to Midnight Edition line

Nissan adds Titan, Titan XD, and Frontier trucks to Midnight Edition line

Nissan has been offering vehicles with blacked out wheels and trim for several model years now and has recently added its three trucks to the Midnight Edition family. The trucks include the Titan,

BlackBerry KEYOne’s Keyboard Amplified Manual Camera feature demoed

Now that the issue of the phone display has been settled, we want to know more about what the BlackBerry KEYOne can offer. A new bend test by Zack Nelson has recently proven that the display has been
Android Oreo Rescue Party tries to kick out bootloop killjoys

Android Oreo Rescue Party tries to kick out bootloop killjoys

Much of what’s new in Android 8.0, now officially named Oreo, has already been dug up in the betas leading to yesterday’s launch. It seems, however, that Google managed to sneak in a new feature that
Mercedes-AMG Project One and more to debut at Frankfurt International Motor Show

Mercedes-AMG Project One and more to debut at Frankfurt International Motor Show

Mercedes-Benz has big plans for the 2017 Frankfurt International Motor Show (IAA) that will run from September 14 through September 24. Mercedes plans to have a major exhibit that will highlight its

Xiaomi rumored to be working with Google for next Android One device

Google launched the Android One project to reach that “next billion” of Android users, particularly those who don’t have the budget to buy your standard flagship, midrange, or even your usual
Hagerty DriveShare is an enthusiast peer-to-peer car rental company

Hagerty DriveShare is an enthusiast peer-to-peer car rental company

We all know how car rental companies work, you reserve your car, pay the fee and then you get to go drive around in someone else’s car. Hagerty is rolling out an auto rental service that uses cars
Linksys WRT32X gaming router is now available for Killer PCs

Linksys WRT32X gaming router is now available for Killer PCs

In that past, it was already enough to have a PC rig that was “good enough” to churn the numbers needed to produce high quality graphics on screen. As more games these days are played only or mostly

Rescue Party is an Android Oreo feature that helps bootlooping devices

It’s still early days for Android Oreo, but we’re discovering more new things about Android 8.0 – even if the new features have been hashed out and rehashed ad nauseam in hundreds of tech blogs all
iPhone 8 face recognition might be more powerful than expected

iPhone 8 face recognition might be more powerful than expected

Microsoft and its fans may boast that it was using face recognition, via the still young Windows Hello, long before Apple, but the iPhone 8 might have a few things over Microsoft’s and Intel’s