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Sharp AQUOS S2 is basically every new phone combined

Sharp AQUOS S2 is basically every new phone combined

The iPhone 8, Galaxy S8 (and Galaxy Note 8), Essential Phone, and Mi Mix (and 2) have a bit of competition in the Sharp AQUOS S2. This phone has a full-faced display, with minimal bezels, and a
Password Security: Out with the old rules, in with the new

Password Security: Out with the old rules, in with the new

As most of us (hopefully) already know, the internet can be a dangerous place when you don’t practice proper password safety procedures. Just what do you need to do to keep your passwords secure,

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has new leaked photos with the S Pen

We’re just a couple of weeks away from the official unveiling of the much anticipated (for better or worse) Samsung Galaxy Note 8. But of course, we in the industry know that the closer the release
2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk priced up: Monster 707hp SUV

2018 Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk priced up: Monster 707hp SUV

How much is the most powerful and fastest SUV in the world? If you guessed six-digits and with a Bentley, Porsche, or similarly exotic badge on the nose, you’d be wrong. Turns out, it’s your nearest
iOS 11 Public Beta 4 is out: stop what you’re doing and update

iOS 11 Public Beta 4 is out: stop what you’re doing and update

This morning the iPhone nabbed another iOS 11 Beta update, this time to Beta 4. This version of the software is NOT for developers only, it’s for anyone who wishes to take a peek – but be warned, even
Wim froyo maker hopes for Nespresso success, not Juicero scorn

Wim froyo maker hopes for Nespresso success, not Juicero scorn

Does your kitchen counter need another single-purpose appliance? Wim thinks so, and its frozen yogurt maker aims to do for froyo-on-demand what Nespresso has done for coffee convenience. The $299

Android’s August security bulletin now rolling out for compatible devices

Right on schedule, Google has released the Android Security Bulletin for this month, and that means compatible and supported Nexus devices, including the Pixel C and last year’s Pixel smartphones will
David Letterman’s Netflix series sounds a lot like a late-night show

David Letterman’s Netflix series sounds a lot like a late-night show

David Letterman, like so many television personalities before him, just can’t seem to stay away. Just a couple of years after leaving The Late Show behind and entering retirement, David Letterman has

Venmo Codes launch as a quick way to find pay friends

Mobile payment Venmo hasn’t been around that long but it’s certainly getting more support. The PayPal-branded service is a new and easy method of paying for family and friends. It is owned by PayPal
A new leak of Google Pixel 2 confirms our deepest fear

A new leak of Google Pixel 2 confirms our deepest fear

An anonymously tipped confirmation and Google Pixel 2’s latest leak suggests that our fear of a dying feature was real. This is the worst thing that’s ever happened to wires in the history of the
Roland TR-808 and SH-101 rebooted with modern upgrades

Roland TR-808 and SH-101 rebooted with modern upgrades

Roland has given two of its most iconic electronic musical instruments, the TR-808 drum machine and SH-101 synthesizers, a 21st century reboot. The Roland TR-08 and Roland SH-01A promise the same
Spotify for Xbox One released today for free and Premium users

Spotify for Xbox One released today for free and Premium users

Spotify for Xbox One is available for download today, with the new streaming music app finally launching on Microsoft’s console. Late to the game after the version of the Spotify player for Sony’s

YouTube now lets you share videos to friends within the app

When you think of YouTube, you don’t necessarily think of having the ability to chat with your friends. But you probably do exchange a lot of videos with your friends on your various messaging apps
Cruise Anywhere self-driving Uber rival is already in action

Cruise Anywhere self-driving Uber rival is already in action

Cruise has begun testing its self-driving car ride hailing service, allowing users to summon an autonomous car through an app. The trial is taking place in San Francisco, though is currently only
iPhone 8 design leak: can Android phones compete?

iPhone 8 design leak: can Android phones compete?

The age of the full frontal display is here, and Apple is the one to bring it about. Or that’s what the company will have you believe, if their marketing department brings the iPhone 8 out the way
Galaxy Note 8 may come with a welcome surprise

Galaxy Note 8 may come with a welcome surprise

The path to the Galaxy Note 8 is littered with rumors and reports, some of them pretty massive in terms of what they reveal. Today’s pair of rumors are quite so Earth-shattering, but they still offer

Fossil intros Q Venture, Q Explorist Android Wear 2.0 smartwatches

It’s been two years since the Fossil Group purchased wearable technology brand Misfit and since then, Fossil has been launching new Android Wear-powered smartwatches regularly. It started with the Q
Intel Ruler SSD squeezes 300,000 movies into a single rack

Intel Ruler SSD squeezes 300,000 movies into a single rack

Intel has revealed its latest SSDs, and while there have been advances internally, it’s the design of its new “Ruler” SSD form-factor that’s probably most striking. Named, unsurprisingly, after its

LG V30 to be unveiled on August 31, public invites being sent out

Much has been said about the LG V30 and we’re only waiting for this new smartphone as early as February. We said the device will run on 6GB RAM and a Snapdragon 835 processor. We’re looking at an IFA
Metroid: Samus Returns gets a special edition New Nintendo 3DS XL

Metroid: Samus Returns gets a special edition New Nintendo 3DS XL

We haven’t seen much of our friend Samus Aran in recent years, but that’s all about to change with the release of Metroid: Samus Returns on the 3DS. After a release schedule that only saw the launch