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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

Running two or more Chrome browsers simultaneously now possible

Chrome is one of the most frequently updated apps by Google. This web browser has a mobile version for Android and it’s getting a number of updates including an ad blocker, Picture-in-picture video
OMEN X Laptop is HP’s first overclockable portable gaming rig

OMEN X Laptop is HP’s first overclockable portable gaming rig

There’s only so much you can change in a laptop, given its more or less fixed design. But while you can’t swap out processors and graphics cards, you can at least push them to their limits.

AT&T Primetime tablet lets you have easier access to DirecTV apps

Do we really need another new tablet in the market? Well AT&T believes you do, especially if the purpose is to get you to subscribe to their DirecTV video streaming services. Actually you can
Age of Empires IV announced, a sequel that’s a decade long overdue

Age of Empires IV announced, a sequel that’s a decade long overdue

There are very few games that can claim to fame and even active fans over a span of decades. One of those is the Age of Empires franchise. First released in 1997, it was hailed as a mix of Sid Meier’s
iOS 11 developer beta 7, public beta 6 now available

iOS 11 developer beta 7, public beta 6 now available

This week isn’t just for eclipses and oreos. While it still isn’t a final release, iOS users and developers are also getting a bit of a treat. Apple has just rolled out a new beta version of iOS 11

Google to roll out a new Chromebook Pixel, mini version of Google Home

Google is always busy. Of course, this tech giant has a lot of businesses, services, and groups under it. Actually, it’s under Alphabet so it’s more accurate to say Alphabet is busy. For us mobile
Xiaomi Redmi Note 5A launches with a selfie-centric variants

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5A launches with a selfie-centric variants

It may have been eclipsed by the Android Oreo reveal but Xiaomi fans will devour this new smartphone model nonetheless. The Chinese smartphone giant has just launched the latest addition to its
Samsung Bixby expands globally, still speaks only 2 languages

Samsung Bixby expands globally, still speaks only 2 languages

Bixby is both the highlight of Samsung year and also its biggest disappointment. Bixby Voice, the only part of Bixby that does matter, came late and was underwhelming. To be fair, it was a completely

Google Home now lets you stream your music through Bluetooth

Even though Google Home is branded as a speaker, it couldn’t do some things that a basic Bluetooth speaker could, like play music from your device. Yes you could stream from music services like Google

Telltale Games on a huge sale for season passes to its games

Telltale Games are the masters of the story-driven episodic adventure game genre in Android, already coming up with huge hits such as Tales from the Borderlands, Minecraft: Story Mode, and Batman: The
New Chromebook Pixel, Google Home mini reportedly coming

New Chromebook Pixel, Google Home mini reportedly coming

While a lot of attention has been paid to the second gen Pixel phones, especially now that Android Oreo is out, they might not be the only devices that will be coming later this year. According to

Google finally opens up Android Oreo 8.0, available now on AOSP

Google has confirmed what we’ve suspected all along: they planned this solar eclipse just so they can launch Android O. Okay, not really. But they did officially unveil the latest Android major
Lenovo’s new gaming towers missed the 8th gen Intel Core train

Lenovo’s new gaming towers missed the 8th gen Intel Core train

Gamescom is always a great opportunity to put out new hardware designed to cater to gamers. Indeed, Intel timed its announcement of its 8th generation core processors this week and Acer just revealed
Comcast X1 sports guide aggregates leagues, games and scores

Comcast X1 sports guide aggregates leagues, games and scores

Comcast has introduced a new guide for sports enthusiasts, one that makes it easy to find what you want to watch by offering content based on sports league, game, and score. Users can, as one example,