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AAA says it costs about 74 cents per mile to drive

AAA says it costs about 74 cents per mile to drive

Anyone who owns a car can tell you that they are expensive and it’s more than the monthly car payment that most drivers have, which some drivers lucky enough to have a paid for car can avoid. Even if

Safety Check gets a dedicated tab on Facebook

You know that natural disasters and terrorist attacks are becoming a little too common when Facebook starts creating tools that would help people let their loved ones know that they’re okay. That’s
2018 Nissan Leaf to be shown in Detroit as Nissan talks Intelligent Mobile tech

2018 Nissan Leaf to be shown in Detroit as Nissan talks Intelligent Mobile tech

Nissan has been teasing EV fans a lot of late with little tidbits about the all-new 2018 Leaf EV. one of the big things that we know is that the Leaf will be cheaper than the Tesla Model 3 and the

Micromax Canvas Infinity debuts on Amazon India

Micromax is a name you can trust when it comes to Android devices especially if you live in India. The brand has been around since 2010, releasing a number of Android phones in the country and even
Parallels 13, VMware Fusion 10 improve Windows on Mac experience

Parallels 13, VMware Fusion 10 improve Windows on Mac experience

Mac users might hate to admit it but, sooner or later, they will need to use software that only runs on Windows. There are a couple of ways to solve that conundrum, like dual booting macOS and Windows

LG V30 video teasers take a hit on the Galaxy Note 8

LG will officially unveil the new V30 this August 31 in time for the IFA event. An early image was shown off and we learned that the phone will feature an HD TouchSense technology plus the updated LG
Sony settles Xperia water proofing lawsuit, claims could reach $300

Sony settles Xperia water proofing lawsuit, claims could reach $300

Even before dust and water resistance became a staple of high-end smartphones, Sony has been flaunting high IP grades on its flagship models since 2013. Sadly, it seems that some users have taken

Android Oreo to roll out for HTC U11, U Ultra, and HTC 10

Google has finally made the Android 8.0 OS official. Our new dessert is the Android Oreo. It reminds us of the time when the Android team partnered with another big brand like KitKat to use as a name
LG V30 ads make light of the Galaxy Note 8

LG V30 ads make light of the Galaxy Note 8

We’re just counting down the hours for one of the major Android events this year but for LG, it is unsurprisingly a non-event. But for a non-event, it still took time to make not one but two short
Google, Walmart team up to keep Amazon at bay

Google, Walmart team up to keep Amazon at bay

Amazon’s purchase of Whole Foods not only shook up the supermarket market, pardon the redundancy, it was also a wake up call to its rivals, showing what the retail giant is capable of or willing to do

Samsung shares how you can watch livestream of Galaxy Unpacked worldwide

You don’t have to be in New York itself to see how Samsung will be announcing its latest Galaxy device. The Galaxy Unpacked event happening on August 23 is available for live streaming anywhere in the

Sony to pay Xperia owners, loses class action lawsuit over waterproof claims

Sony Mobile just lost a class action lawsuit related to its “waterproof” phones. It’s been an issue the company has been facing since 2014. If you may remember, the old Xperia Z1 was decided not be
eero woos professional installers with PoE+ adapter, remote tool

eero woos professional installers with PoE+ adapter, remote tool

The growing number of devices in our homes and the complexity of home networks mean that conventional networking devices like simple routers are no longer enough. Once considered just something for

Microsoft Office Lens now lets you capture multiple images

There are several apps in the market that lets you capture papers and images like a scanner would (well, almost like a scanner would). One of the more popular ones is Microsoft’s Office Lens, which

Android Oreo has a new “install unknown apps” permission to protect you

Those nefarious individuals or organizations that proliferate Potentially Harmful Apps (PHAs) have gotten smarter and sneakier into fooling people to install them. That’s why Android is also stepping
Android Oreo removes Allow Unknown Sources setting but don’t panic

Android Oreo removes Allow Unknown Sources setting but don’t panic

While Google has already enumerated the main highlights of Android 8.0 Oreo, it isn’t uncommon that some of the finer details are revealed or discovered only later on. One example is Rescue Party, a

LastPass public beta uses Android Oreo’s autofill API

As soon as Google announced its Android 8.0 Oreo, we all expected various apps and services to start releasing beta versions or even just announce what users can expect when it starts rolling out to

Tonino Lamborghini launches the Alpha One luxury smartphone

We think more and more people are getting convinced that luxury smartphones are just that – a luxury for people who can afford it and honestly, quite a bit of a waste of money. This very high end
Apple self-driving car project shelved, company focuses on auto tech instead

Apple self-driving car project shelved, company focuses on auto tech instead

Once upon a time, rumor had it that Apple was working on its own self-driving vehicle. Rumors and news about this have been all over the place over past years, with more recent info indicating that

Samsung still planning for a smartwatch-phone hybrid, patents show

Smartwatches and wrist wearable smart devices haven’t really taken off like people expected them to a few years back. A lot of manufacturers who jumped on this particular bandwagon have moved on to