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Are you looking forward to Apple’s event?

Are you looking forward to Apple’s event?

We’re one day away from Apple’s next event. Are you excited about what’ll be revealed, even if you’ve never owned an Apple product in your life? Apple’s event may be the first to reveal more than 2
SNES Classic Edition production has some very good news

SNES Classic Edition production has some very good news

At this point, consumers don’t seem to be very confident that the SNES Classic Edition will be easier to acquire than its notoriously out-of-stock predecessor. It’s hard to blame them, too, as

Motorola to launch the Moto X4 as a new Android One phone

Is Motorola launching an Android One device? Looks like it is as Stephen Hall and Evan Blass are sharing notes on a Moto phone that will be known as the first Android One in the United States. The low
Apple TV 4K gets powerful hardware for fifth generation release

Apple TV 4K gets powerful hardware for fifth generation release

Just one day before Apple is set to host its iPhone reveal event in California, we’re getting more evidence for an Apple TV with beefed up hardware. References to this new Apple TV were found hiding

Xiaomi Mi Note 3 announced with 6GB RAM, up to 128GB onboard storage

Aside from the Mi Mix 2, we were expecting for Xiaomi to unveil a new Mi Note device. True enough, the Chinese OEM has just introduced the Mi Note 3 as a follow-up to the Mi Note 2. This is another

Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 debuts with bigger display, higher-res, and smaller bezels

After a few months of speculation and rumors, here is the Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 as promised. We’ve been anticipating to know if it would have the Snapdragon 835 processor and 6GB RAM as listed by GFXBench.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 outsells the Note 7

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is definitely a beast in many ways. We have high expectations on this one as it is the follow-up to the problematic Note 7 from last year. So far, so good. We haven’t heard
Intel WiGig products are dead, long live Intel WiGig for VR

Intel WiGig products are dead, long live Intel WiGig for VR

If you haven’t heard of WiGig yet, don’t fret. It might not matter anymore anyway. Advertised by the Wi-Fi Alliance last year as the future of Wi-Fi and the IoT industry, WiGig just lost one of its

Outlook for Android now has add-ins like Evernote, Trello, etc

If you’ve been using Outlook as your main email client for your Android mobile device for some time now, you might have been jealous of your iOS counterparts since they received the update that allows
Google privacy dashboards gets mobile-friendly

Google privacy dashboards gets mobile-friendly

It’s hard, but not impossible, to escape Google these days. From Android phones, to the Chrome browser, to Google Search, to Gmail, almost everything that comes into our digital lives has a trace of
YouTube on mobile finally gets speed controls, but it wasn’t easy

YouTube on mobile finally gets speed controls, but it wasn’t easy

Technology has made somethings so magical and so easy that we often take for granted how difficult they are to actually do. Like speeding up or slowing down a video. We have apps that let us do that

BlackBerry confirms Priv will not get Nougat, KeyONE to get Oreo

The BlackBerry Priv was one of BlackBerry’s first Android devices – it carried the same design language from the Canadian company, but it was one of their first to try Android, all in 2015. Two years
Outlook on Android gets some much-needed add-ins

Outlook on Android gets some much-needed add-ins

Once upon a time, Outlook was the king of the desktop productivity hill. But in a predominantly mobile world, it was just one of the boys, and not a very big one at that. Making up for lost time,

YouTube app now has HDR support for Galaxy S8, Xperia XZ Premium

There are only a few mobile devices currently available in the market that have HDR (High Dynamic Range) support for videos. But as more and more smartphones will be coming out with HDR displays, you
Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro takes aim at Apple again

Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro takes aim at Apple again

The Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 is unmistakably the highlight of Xiaomi’s recent press event, but it started the show with another head turner. Following the Mi Notebook Air, the Chinese OEM is taking another
Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 has a little more screen

Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 has a little more screen

Xiaomi just held its Mi event in China and, unsurprisingly, the Mi Mix 2 was one of the stars of the show, along with a new Mi Notebook Pro laptop. Much of the leaks have been spot on, not that
iPhone X’s A11 Fusion to be Apple’s first hexa core chip

iPhone X’s A11 Fusion to be Apple’s first hexa core chip

While a lot of attention is being lavished on the iPhone 8 or iPhone X’s user-facing features, like the bezel-less screen and Face ID authentication, hardcore tech lovers might also have something to

HUAWEI Band 2 Pro Fitness Tracker rolls out in the US via Amazon

Huawei is determined to maintain its position as the top Chinese OEM. It won’t lose its crown anytime soon but for it to achieve its goal of hitting big in the United States, it needs to double its
This is how the iPhone 8 Face ID could work

This is how the iPhone 8 Face ID could work

We’re just counting down the hours, OK more than 24 hours, to the unveiling of the iPhone 8, or iPhone X if you may. But there’s no stopping the flow of leaks, sometimes almost official, regarding
BlackBerry Priv won’t get Android Oreo, DTEKs also unlikely

BlackBerry Priv won’t get Android Oreo, DTEKs also unlikely

BlackBerry is one of those regarded to be quite fast at pushing out updates to its devices but there are still limits to what it is able to accomplish. Unfortunately for owners of its more or less