Archive for the ‘Android’ Category

Instagram is getting a redesigned Profile view on both iOS and Android. Here’s what it looks like, including additional details.

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You can now get Kodi 18 Leia RC1 Android APK download along with iOS IPA and Windows, Mac versions. Here are the details on it.

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Samsung will reportedly release three Galaxy S10 models followed by a ‘Beyond X’ flagship version. Here’s everything we know so far.

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Watch iPhone XS Max with 4GB RAM Vs OnePlus 6T with 8GB of RAM in new speed and memory management test video.

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There’s now a leather mouse pad that can double up as a wireless charger for your iPhone or Android device featuring Qi-wireless charging.

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If you’re looking into picking up one of Samsung’s most recent flagship phones this Black Friday then you’re in luck, because the folks at Amazon are offering some of the biggest names in Samsung’s lineup with a full $200 discount.

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Here’s our Nokia 6.1 Plus review, the iPhone X or iPhone XS alternative for those Android users who are on tight budget.

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Here’s Keytron mechanical keyboard review, which is an ultra-slim wireless mechanical keyboard for Mac, Windows PCs and Android devices.

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Facebook just can’t stay out of the news these days, and The New York Times has published a new, in-depth look at how the company dealt with the many, many issues it has been faced with over the last few months.

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Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ Android 9 Pie beta download info: Samsung is set to offer the first beta release of Android 9 Pie for both devices at some point this month, with final release set for January.

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For those who wish to celebrate Singles’ Day (11.11), we have a wonderful deal right here for you. An opportunity to save a whopping 21% on a gorgeous Motorola smartphone with 64GB of internal capacity.

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Having parking sensors fitted to your car as an aftermarket option can be a costly and complicated affair, but what if you could get something that’s completely wireless? Enter FenSens Smart Wireless Parking Sensor.

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