Saturday , February 24 2018

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 with 18:9 display stops by TENAA

A smartphone believed to be the Redmi Note 5 (model number MEE7) has stopped by TENAA, giving us a closer look at its design and specs. The TENAA listing reveals that the device will sport a 5.99-inch display with a resolution of 2,160 x 1,080 pixels and an aspect ratio …

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How to use Samsung SmartThings for a Halloween fright

You can set up your existing IoT devices to aid in some Halloween fun. The coming of Halloween means that it’s that particular time of year when you can freely execute a on whacky idea, solely for the love of a stunt. Each year, I dedicate myself to creating an …

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The Nokia 7 and its “Bothies” might make its way to India next week

HMD Global, which manufactures all the Android-based Nokia smartphones we’ve seen as of late, recently took to China to announce the Nokia 7, but the company is not resting on its laurels. Case in point: HMD Global sent out invites for another launch event, this time in India on October …

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The biggest mobile tech blunders in history

Today, we can do things with technology that would seem like magic even fifteen years ago. We carry around glass rectangles that can tell us anything we want to know. But it hasn’t been a totally smooth process. Thomas Edison said that in his failures, he learned how not to …

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10 best drone apps for Android

This article originally appeared on our partner site DroneRush.com You want to fly your drone and you want to incorporate your mobile device into the experience, you’ll need to download some apps, but which should you get? Your drone manufacturer will have an app, but what else can you get …

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New Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 Xl factory images released, but with September security patch

A few weeks after Google released the Android October 2017 security patch for its older Pixel and Nexus devices, the company has made new Android 8.0 Oreo factory images and OTA files available for the new Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL phones. However, while they have been labeled as …

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Samsung said to have made another AI investment, may be politically motivated

Samsung, like many of the major players in the tech industry, has been making moves towards improving its AI services in the past few years. Companies are looking to Artificial Intelligence as an avenue through which they can pull ahead of the competition, and we’re only going to hear more …

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Google Pixel 2 shipment dates slipping to November for some buyers

If history has taught us anything, its that a Google phone launch never goes quite as smooth as one might hope. In the past, we’ve seen delays on the Nexus 6P and the original Pixel, and now the brand new Pixel 2 is joining the club. To Google’s credit, the company always tries …

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The Samsung Galaxy S8 Active is headed to T-Mobile with LTE band 71 and 66 support

Every year since the Samsung Galaxy S4 Active hit the scene, we’ve seen an Active variant of Samsung’s Galaxy S flagship. The rugged version usually brings Ingress Protection, a more substantial chassis, a bigger battery, and a programmable button on the site of the phone. The other notable trait of …

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Samsung, Asus working on high-end Chromebooks to take on Pixelbook — report

Upgraded versions of the Samsung Chromebook Pro and Asus C302CA might soon make their debut and could take on Google’s Pixelbook, ChromeUnboxed reports. The two devices currently sport 4 GB of RAM and are powered by the Intel Core m3 processor. Their successors are said to come with a lot …

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