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Monthly Archives: February 2018

  • Larger iPhone X 'Plus' Display Assembly Images Leak To The Wild

    We've been hearing rumors since late last year that Apple had plans to make a larger screen iPhone X smartphone called the "iPhone X Plus." The poor sales of the iPhone X might make some wonder at the business sense the decision to make a larger iPhone X would make...
  • Nokia reveals 'unbendable' 8 Sirocco and Matrix 8110

    An Android smartphone billed as being almost impossible to bend by hand has been added to Nokia's line-up, alongside a simpler slider model that plays on nostalgia for the 1990s. The flagship Nokia 8 Sirocco features a steel frame and lays claim to being one of the toughest models on...
  • Huawei Mate X Pro: Hands-On A Powerful, Super-Thin Bezel Laptop With Pop-Up Webcam

    Huawei has lifted the veil on a new thin and attractive ultraportable laptop called the Matebook X Pro today, and it has impressive hardware specs packed inside its svelte chassis. The machined aluminum-clad MateBook X Pro notebook measures just 304mm x 217mm x 14.6mm and weighs in at 1.33kg (a little under 3...
  • Xiaomi Announces Mi MIX 2S Powered By Snapdragon 845, Launches March 27

    The Mobile World Congress (MWC) trade show in Barcelona officially kicks off tomorrow (Monday, February 26), but as is often the case with these kinds of events, companies are anxious to reveal what new products and services they have in store. Count Xiaomi among the them. The Chinese smartphone maker...
  • Huawei MateBook X Pro hands-on: Interesting, but overpriced

    Chinese manufacturer Huawei attempted to increase its presence in the notebook market last year with the MateBook E, the MateBook D and the original MateBook X, which were released to relatively little fanfare. While the devices themselves were capable, they didn't generally make much of a splash. For 2018, the...
  • New Windows 10 Preview Release Enhances Windows Update Delivery, Provides A Bunch Of Fixes

    Microsoft has just rolled out a brand new Windows 10 Insider Preview update, representing build number 17107. This is exclusively available for users on the Fast Ring; those who opted to "Skip Ahead" will indeed skip ahead when one of the next builds arrives. For the most part, this is...
  • Google Crushes Hopes For Dark Mode In Android P

    Many users have been clamoring for a system-wide “dark mode” in Android. Besides being a preferred UI scheme for some users, a dark mode would help to cut down on glare at night (something that GPS apps already take advantage of) and help reduce power requirements on OLED displays. Android...
  • NRA Gives Net Neutrality Crusher Ajit Pai An Award And A Gun For ‘Saving The Internet’

    In the eyes of the National Rifle Association (NRA), Federal Communications Commission (FCC) chairman Ajit Pai "saved the Internet" by shooting down net neutrality rules that were implemented under the previous administration. Apparently the NRA was so pleased by this that it felt compelled to gift Pai a real life...
  • Here’s How Super Mario Odyssey Cheaters Are Exploiting Glitches In Balloon World To Cash In

    If you grabbed the free Super Mario Odyssey DLC that landed this week and have encountered what appear to be cheaters in Nintendo's Luigi's Balloon World game, you know the frustration that some folks are likely going through right now. These cheating players are using a glitch in a game that...
  • Mobile World Congress: Why do smartphones look so alike?

    Media playback is unsupported on your device Is smartphone hardware treading water while industrial designers wait for bendy screens and other flexible, futuristic components to make more radical models possible? And will sales continue to decline until they do? Samsung is casting a long shadow over this year's Mobile World...

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