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Google Calendar on Android finally gets this feature

Google Calendar on Android finally gets this feature

There are just some gestures that have become so natural that we’ve come to expect them almost everywhere, especially on smartphones. Pinching (not squeezing), flicking, panning, and even dragging and
LG G4 Android 7.0 Nougat update available for some models

LG G4 Android 7.0 Nougat update available for some models

Some, in fact most, manufacturers have short term memories. They tend to forget devices that sometimes aren’t even that old. Even those that are just 2 years old. Fortunately, LG, who prides itself
New Nokia 3310 torture test: see how it fares

New Nokia 3310 torture test: see how it fares

Although Nokia didn’t exactly start its rebirth with it, its new Nokia 3310 quickly stole the spotlight from its higher end and more modern Android phones, While kids these days will probably sport
Intel Clover Trail PCs – security updates until 2023 only

Intel Clover Trail PCs – security updates until 2023 only

If you were one of the early, and probably disappointed, adopters of the first breed of Windows 8.1 hybrids and convertibles, Microsoft has a good news, bad news thing for you. The good news is that

Samsung teases Galaxy Note 8 launch, Unpacked event set for August 23

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is coming. It was already confirmed by the Samsung CEO. You may want to hold off buying that refurbished Note 7 because the next-gen phablet from the South Korean tech giant
Facebook patents a modular device that could also be a phone

Facebook patents a modular device that could also be a phone

Is the dream of the modular phone dead? Not if you ask Lenovo and Motorola, though their concept of a modular phone is not exactly what you might have in mind. Closer to that dream that went down with
Galaxy Note 8 renders show still rounded corners

Galaxy Note 8 renders show still rounded corners

The date is no longer a secret. Samsung itself has proudly announced that it will be holding an Unpacked event on 23rd August. And while it doesn’t mention it by name, it doesn’t take a rocket

Help Kat find the missing professor in ‘Layton’s Mystery Journey’

If you’re a fan of the Layton series from a decade ago, you will love that a new game is being released as part of its tenth-year celebration. ‘Layton’s Mystery Journey’ is a new adventure game that
Razer Phone will target ‘hardcore gamers’ say sources

Razer Phone will target ‘hardcore gamers’ say sources

All signs point toward Razer launching its own smartphone, and now sources have appeared claiming the handset is in the pipeline to target ‘hardcore gamers.’ Assuming the sources are correct, Razer is

Lenovo invests on artificial intelligence, more AI products in the works

We’ve been hearing about the term for decades but do we really know what artificial intelligence is? It’s not science fiction but a real technology that is now being integrated into a number of
Alexa is rolling out in Amazon’s shopping app for Android

Alexa is rolling out in Amazon’s shopping app for Android

Alexa is primarily accessed through Amazon’s Echo products, but she has also made her way onto other devices over past months. The personal assistant is, for example, available on the Kindle Fire

Gratus app reminds you of what you’re thankful for every day

A lot of people keep gratitude journals where they write down the things they’re grateful for, ideally, every day. But for those who have more of a digital disposition, it would be nice to have an app
Call of Duty: WWII Nazi Zombies trailer revealed (officially this time)

Call of Duty: WWII Nazi Zombies trailer revealed (officially this time)

We got a look at the Nazi Zombies in the upcoming Call of Duty: WWII game a few days ago, but we weren’t supposed to. That leak spoiled the fun for Activision, perhaps, but gave fans their first look

Updated NewPipe adds option to change speed of playback

If you may remember, the NewPipe app was released last year as a minimalist YouTube player for Android sans the Google Play services. This is good because there are some people who do not want Google
Fidget spinners branded mind-controlling western evil by Russia

Fidget spinners branded mind-controlling western evil by Russia

Fidget spinners — they came from seemingly nowhere to win the hearts and empty hours of youth across the world, and Russia isn’t happy about it. The nation has been spouting some odd anti-fidget
Microsoft Surface Laptop Review: The anti-MacBook Pro

Microsoft Surface Laptop Review: The anti-MacBook Pro

Microsoft knows how to make sleek hardware. If the Surface Book is handsome but bulky, and the Surface Pro is more minimalistic but suffers a less-compelling keyboard, then the Surface Laptop falls
Note 8: Samsung Unpacked event in August confirmed

Note 8: Samsung Unpacked event in August confirmed

This afternoon invitations for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 event were released to the press with a tagline: “Do bigger things.” If that weren’t enough to entice the public to get pumped up about the
Moto Z2 Force US model tipped with stunted specs and smaller battery

Moto Z2 Force US model tipped with stunted specs and smaller battery

The Moto Z2 Force may prove a disappointment for U.S. buyers if a new report is accurate. According to leaked marketing materials, the model sold in the U.S. will have more modest specs than the

Google Expeditions receives solo mode update for Android

The Google Expeditions program has been ready since two years ago. This special service by the search giant brings students to virtual reality field trips, making the program a very useful and
Atari Speakerhat is somehow both genius and ridiculous

Atari Speakerhat is somehow both genius and ridiculous

Atari seems to be a very busy company at the moment. Not only did it recently unveil its new Ataribox console, but it’s also breaking into the world of apparel. Say hello to the Atari Speakerhat, the