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OnePlus is setting up shop in Australia

OnePlus is setting up shop in Australia

OnePlus might act big, but, in truth, it’s a small fish swimming with whales and shark, a startup playing in giants’ court. Rather than be a mark against it, it actually speaks to the company’s

More Samsung Galaxy Note 8 specs confirmed

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is set to be announced in New York this coming August 23. We noted that it may be released in South Korea starting September 15 while pre-order may begin as early as August
ASUS ZenFone AR pre-order starts, Verizon only

ASUS ZenFone AR pre-order starts, Verizon only

While Google and friends were taking their sweet time, Apple opened the floodgates when it released ARKit. It revealed the nifty things that can be created and experienced with nothing but a

New OLED FullVision display ready on the LG V30

LG is working on a new smartphone we’re expecting to be the V30. The next V phone is said to arrive with no secondary display but with a floating bar instead. There is no confirmation yet about the

Dubious trading apps removed from the Play Store, App Store

The mobile app store scene is getting some 300 less apps. This is because both Google and Apple have been removing binary trading applications after the ASIC (Australian Securities & Investments
LG V30 OLED screen confirmed by LG itself

LG V30 OLED screen confirmed by LG itself

LG has a rather amusing practice of making leaks practically useless in the long run. Given enough time, LG itself will spill the beans of its newest smartphone flagship in the weeks leading to its
Firefox could soon let you send 1GB self-destructing files

Firefox could soon let you send 1GB self-destructing files

The web browser has long ceased being just a way to browse web pages. Google Chrome has proven we can live our entire computing lives inside the browser (or at least a browser engine), and some

T-Mobile soars since Verizon, AT&T offered unlimited plans- OpenSignal

OpenSignal is one of the names we trust when it comes to gathering data about the mobile and wireless game. Interpretation and analysis are done by using metrics of data collated straight from mobile

Plex Live TV hits Android, allows more control with time shifting

Plex is one of the few media and streaming players that regularly receive important updates. It recently allowed any video file to be played on a smartphone after Plex Pass subscribers got the Plex
iPhone 8 concept asks will Apple embrace OLED’s key advantage

iPhone 8 concept asks will Apple embrace OLED’s key advantage

The Galaxy S8 currently sports the best display on the mobile market, but that may change when Apple unveils the anniversary edition of the iPhone next month. The phone, which is being called the

Skype app for Android lets you send money via PayPal

Do you still use Skype? We don’t remember the last time we did but we know there are still many people and companies who use the program. Whether it’s for personal or business use, Skype is still
T-Mobile dominates OpenSignal’s mobile tests, but Verizon remains strong

T-Mobile dominates OpenSignal’s mobile tests, but Verizon remains strong

OpenSignal recently published its August 2017 ‘State of Mobile Networks USA’ report, and in it we see the results of its evaluation of the biggest carriers in the nation. While Verizon has a solid

Truecaller integrates with Google Duo for video calls

Truecaller is probably one of the most popular third-party calling apps available in the market for those who want more functionality than their smartphone’s built-in dialler. They already have a lot
Minecraft: Story Mode Season 2 Episode 2 arrives this month

Minecraft: Story Mode Season 2 Episode 2 arrives this month

Telltale Games has announced that Minecraft: Story Mode – Season Two‘s second episode will be available starting this month. The company made the announcement earlier today, also saying that it will

Amazon Fire TV now responds to Alexa voice commands on Echo

We recently learned it’s integrated into the Sandman Doppler and the HTC U11. We knew that it’s being prepped for Fire TV products with the Fire TV and Fire TV stick getting the feature first. The
Apple is hiring a ton of map experts amidst autonomous tease

Apple is hiring a ton of map experts amidst autonomous tease

Apple‘s CEO Tim Cook recently teased some large project Apple has underway, one that in some way involves autonomous technology, and that makes the company’s recent spat of job openings particularly

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to be released September 15 in South Korea

It’s getting closer. Samsung is about to unveil the new Galaxy Note 8 as we’ve been seeing more leaks and hearing more rumors each day. Before the official announcement, expect more information to be
Fitbit smartwatch release date range revealed as financial storm continues

Fitbit smartwatch release date range revealed as financial storm continues

This afternoon Fitbit shared their financial earnings in a message that also tapped their upcoming smartwatch as a friendly beacon of light. This device has been long awaited – if you’re the sort of
Pentagon tests tablet access to secret classified documents

Pentagon tests tablet access to secret classified documents

The Pentagon has expanded a pilot program to allow some top officials to access documents with a ‘secret’ classification using 8-inch tablets. The move follows a similar program that gave some
Tesla Model 3 has a secret camera to watch the driver

Tesla Model 3 has a secret camera to watch the driver

Tesla’s Model 3 has the potential to watch you as you drive, with the automaker sneaking a driver-facing camera into the cabin. The camera, currently deactivated, could pave the way for attention