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Bixby shows off “powers” in series of videos

The long overdue rollout in the US of the voice functions of the Bixby digital assistant has finally arrived. After much delay and hullabaloo, it will be arriving through a software update. And of
Mira Prism – a Daydream for augmented reality and iPhones

Mira Prism – a Daydream for augmented reality and iPhones

When Oculus gave virtual reality its second chance in the consumer market, it was largely expected that VR would be limited to powerful and expensive gear. Google, however, begged to differ and,

Moto G5S, G5S Plus shows up in leaked photo

The upcoming Moto G5S and Moto G5S Plus is expected to expand Motorola’s affordable G Series of devices, giving people more options at this niche. Now we have a scanned image leaked in Twitter showing
Lenovo AI concept products try to make future life easier

Lenovo AI concept products try to make future life easier

Everyone’s doing AI these days, from Google to Apple, from smart speakers to smart cars. While different people and companies have different ideas about what artificial intelligence means in theory
Blade Runner 2049 Replicant Pursuit – launching at SDCC

Blade Runner 2049 Replicant Pursuit – launching at SDCC

Almost every other movie these days has a virtual reality tie in. It’s almost unavoidable considering how popular VR is. That’s especially true if the film in question is fantasy or, better yet,
NewPipe – YouTube Android app with more controls and no Google

NewPipe – YouTube Android app with more controls and no Google

YouTube is arguably the biggest source of streaming multimedia, video or audio, on the Internet but its viewing experience on mobile, even on Google’s own Android, leaves much to be desired. We are

Android Engineering Team answers tech questions on Reddit AMA

Just like last year, Google’s Android engineering team for Android O has hosted a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything). It’s more like ‘Ask Us Anything’. The thread was opened yesterday, July 18, Wednesday,
Intel wearable dreams laid to rest, division shuttered

Intel wearable dreams laid to rest, division shuttered

Just last month, Intel bid farewell to its ambitions to corner the still nascent Internet of Things (IoT) market. Now it seems that even wearables are a no go as well. Although Intel has yet to
Meizu PRO 7 at TENAA – 10nm CPU, dual Sony sensors

Meizu PRO 7 at TENAA – 10nm CPU, dual Sony sensors

Meizu isn’t exactly one of the more popular smartphone brands outside of China but, for the past weeks, it has managed to pique market watchers’ curiosity. Not because it has banished all bezels (it

Samsung may not be launching AI speaker anytime soon

There were rumors a few weeks ago that Samsung will be launching its very own AI speaker, driven by its digital assistant Bixby, soon. It will be competing with market leader Amazon and its various
Lenovo Yoga Book Windows – new colors coming

Lenovo Yoga Book Windows – new colors coming

Come September, it will almost be a year since Lenovo wowed the world with its unusual Yoga Book laptop/tablet convertible. You’d think that, just like most mobile devices, it would be time for a new
Beats Balmain Collection – rebranded Studio, Powerbeats headphones

Beats Balmain Collection – rebranded Studio, Powerbeats headphones

You see a lot of people these days wearing headphones of all shapes, sizes, and designs, ranging from curious to ridiculous. Some might not care how they look as long as they sound great. Others,

Fender intros first Bluetooth speakers–the Monterey and Newport

The last Fender-branded product we tried was a guitar tuner app released last January. This time, the popular music company is introducing a Bluetooth audio system that we’re assuming directly rivals
Fitbit smartwatch – still on track, says CEO

Fitbit smartwatch – still on track, says CEO

Huawei’s announcement of its new Band 2 and Band 2 Pro has got people wondering where Fitbit is in all of these. Last we heard, the famed fitness tracker maker was on the road to creating its first

Google Feed brings updated, personalized content on Google Android app

Last December, Google introduced a new feed that you will find on your Google app where you can find a personalized stream of articles, videos, and other content. Now it looks like the tech giant is
Terminator 2 restored 4K Blu-ray box set will include giant robot arm

Terminator 2 restored 4K Blu-ray box set will include giant robot arm

Terminator fans are in for a treat. Company StudioCanal has announced the upcoming release of a new 2D/3D Blu-ray and 4K Blu-ray of Terminator 2. That news alone isn’t terribly exciting, but the

Possible LG V30 shows up at Geekench, SD835 gets high scores

LG’s V-series phablets have gained a strong following all over the globe, and it’s not an understatement to say that a lot of people are waiting for this year’s flagship phablet from LG. For all
Microsoft’s Cortana thermostat GLAS has a Windows 10 IoT core

Microsoft’s Cortana thermostat GLAS has a Windows 10 IoT core

Microsoft has its own smart thermostat in the pipeline, and it is called GLAS. The model comes from HVAC provider Johnson Controls; it sports a Windows 10 Internet of Things core, according to

LG G4 finally receives official Android 7.0 Nougat update

If you may remember back in March, we learned that LG would be releasing Android 7.0 Nougat update for the LG V10 and the G4. We’re too focused on the upcoming LG V30 that we almost forgot about the
Android O Reddit AMA: a TL;DR with all the important stuff

Android O Reddit AMA: a TL;DR with all the important stuff

Over in the Android Dev subreddit earlier today, Google’s Android O engineering team took some time to answer everyone’s questions in the form of a Reddit AMA. The thread topped out at about 500