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Bluetooth introduces Mesh Networking, ‘many-to-many’ communications to power large scale networks

Bluetooth SIG were one of the first innovators for point-to-point communication and control. The way you are able to not only send data over Bluetooth (audio, images, etc.) but also gain control
Full Windows 10 on phones is not going to happen, insists Microsoft

Full Windows 10 on phones is not going to happen, insists Microsoft

If you had any fantasies of running a “regular” Windows 10 stack on your phone, Microsoft just dashed them. Not that it was a completely viable dream anyway, even with Windows 10 on ARM almost in full
Nintendo Switch Online apps now available but you can’t use them yet

Nintendo Switch Online apps now available but you can’t use them yet

On Friday, Nintendo Switch owners will be scrambling to download and play the next big title intended for the nascent gaming console. Or at least most will. There might be a fraction of owners might
Honor 9 Premium launches in Europe with flagship specs

Honor 9 Premium launches in Europe with flagship specs

Pretty soon, Huawei sub-brand Honor would have shed off its image as a maker of less than premium handsets. It might even start to rival Huawei itself. The Honor 9, which it just launched just
Moto G5S Plus leak hints at an aspiring dual camera figher

Moto G5S Plus leak hints at an aspiring dual camera figher

The dual camera craze has hit the mid-range. Thanks to chip makers supporting this mobile photography trend, smartphone makers are finally able to put two cameras on the back. Motorola seems to be
Samsung Bixby US launch has finally started for real

Samsung Bixby US launch has finally started for real

It seems that Samsung has finally realized how much its losing the longer it delays Bixby’s rollout in the US. It is losing credibility, users, and a potential treasure trove of data. To help it

Samsung Bixby finally rolls out to everyone in the US

We’ve been anticipating for this one and we were told earlier this week that Bixb yVoice will be available in the United States beginning on July 18. Samsung’s very own smart voice assistant is ready

Glass Enterprise Edition is back, now being used in many industries

We’ve almost forgotten about the Google Glass until an update was released for the MyGlass app a few weeks ago. The last information we heard about the project was last year when Google confirmed the

OnePlus 5 users say device restarts when dialing 911

Probably one of the most basic but important things that a communication device like a telephone or smartphone should be able to do is to connect you to 911 when you’re dialing for an emergency. It’s
LG V30 Geekbench scores will make you want to get it

LG V30 Geekbench scores will make you want to get it

While still a contentious topic, benchmarks are still popular and widely used, more as a common point of reference and a launchpad for discussion. While they may or may not reflect real world use,

Microsoft Outlook for Android update (hopefully) resolves issues

If you’ve been having a few minor issues with your Microsoft Outlook for Android lately, then you might want to update your app to the latest version. Basically, this update is all about fixing those

Google says goodbye to the blob on World Emoji Day

Okay don’t panic just yet if you’re a fan of the Android blob emojis. They’re not officially gone just yet, but some folks over at Google thought of writing an ode to the blob, since they will soon be
Foldable Surface Phone could just be a cruel tease

Foldable Surface Phone could just be a cruel tease

This is a tease in the truest sense of the word. Microsoft Azure’s social accounts have put up what would have been a boring Node.js training ad if not for what it used to include in the image: a

Next Samsung Galaxy S9 will have the same display size and shape as the S8

The Samsung Galaxy S9 is due next year but as early as now, we’re hearing some information about its design. We’re not expecting it will depart from the S8’s aesthetics and we have a feeling it will
Fear Street movies may be released only one month apart

Fear Street movies may be released only one month apart

Netflix and DVR both make it easy to bingewatch television, but what about movies? The only way you can bingewatch a movie series is still to wait (years) for all of the installments to premiere, then

Google’s SafetyNet updated, Magisk no longer working as of now [UPDATED]

Google put in SafetyNet to make sure that Android Pay – and other banking and financial features in Android – remain secure from hacking or malicious attacks. This means that for Android Pay to work,
This company wants to treat brain diseases with gaming

This company wants to treat brain diseases with gaming

Company Highmark Interactive wants to use video games to treat brain injuries, and it has just raised a bunch of cash to help it in that mission. The company has raised $2m in funds as part of a plan

Google’s Pixel 2 rendered and captured in an HD concept video, truly drool-worthy

At the moment, the Samsung Galaxy S8 sits on the throne for “most eye-catching Android smartphone”, with those sexy edges and large screen area. But don’t look now, Google might just give Samsung a

‘Calculator: The Game’ will challenge your basic math computation skills

In the almost a decade of this mobile community, we don’t remember featuring a calculator-themed game. Of course, who would think of playing one, let alone, making one because how can you turn the
This incredible VR system doesn’t require a headset

This incredible VR system doesn’t require a headset

A new type of virtual reality experience doesn’t require users to wear a VR headset. The system was created by researchers in Japan who replaced the headset with a large semi-spherical display, one