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    Fresh Meat: 10 new Android apps worth checking out

    New apps need lovin’ too, right? Every day there are thousands of additions to the Google Play store, but many go unnoticed and never receive the attention they deserve. We’ve shown in the past that this community can discover great apps and propel them to new heights. Our weekly Fresh Meat column highlights new apps with ... Read More »

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    Samsung will announce a new Gear S smartwatch at IFA 2017

    The Samsung Gear S smartwatch lineup will get a new addition next week, according to one Samsung executive.

    Following the big unveiling of the Galaxy Note 8, DJ Koh, Samsung’s President of Mobile, spoke with CNBC and confirmed that his company will have an announcement to ... Read More »

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    Samsung Galaxy Note 8 U.S. carrier pricing announced

    Today Samsung officially unveiled the Galaxy Note 8. The handset is every bit as powerful and feature-rich as one might expect, and it looks like Samsung is more than willing to charge a pretty penny to get it into people’s hands.

    Carriers have started revealing what they will be ... Read More »

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    Samsung is offering a Galaxy Note 8 discount to Note 7 owners

    The Galaxy Note 7 was a popular phone when it launched last year. However, it wouldn’t last long before those units were recalled and owners were told to give up their device. Now Samsung is looking to make it right, and not just by simply launching ... Read More »

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    Samsung Galaxy Note 8 now official with 6.3-inch display, dual 12MP rear cameras

    The big announcement for Samsung‘s latest phablet has finally arrived, and the company has officially announced the Galaxy Note 8.

    Following plenty of leaks and rumors, the newest addition to Samsung’s smartphone lineup is officially official. As expected, the Galaxy Note 8 crams a lot of features and specifications under a ... Read More »

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    HTC U11, HTC U Ultra, and HTC 10 will be updated to Android 8.0 Oreo

    Now that Android 8.0 Oreo is official, manufacturers are going to start coming out and announcing which of their devices will receive an Oreo update. Today HTC did just that.

    HTC says that it plans to update the HTC U11, ... Read More »

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    LG V30+ brand name leaked in new image

    Earlier this month, a report surfaced that said that the LG V30 will come with a V30+ sibling when it gets announced soon. LG has confirmed the V30 will be announced soon, it hasn’t done the same for the V30 Plus, so it’s purely speculation ... Read More »

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    Sony may have to offer partial refunds for “waterproof” devices in the US

    Sony is being hit with a class action lawsuit over some devices that were claimed to be waterproof. The devices in question were actually water resistant, which means that even taking them into the pool could cause water intrusion. Just because it can survive under a few feet of water doesn’t mean ... Read More »

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    Essential Phone review

    Essential is the new kid on the block but it’s backed by the very man who created Android, Andy Rubin. The Essential Phone isn’t being sold on features or gimmicks, but rather an experience. In a flooded market where even the big shots are struggling, can a newcomer without any gimmicks ... Read More »

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    Verizon splits up its unlimited plan and throttles video quality on phones

    Recently, Verizon was called out for throttling data on its network, to which it replied that it was simply running tests and not actually throttling video on its unlimited data network for its millions of subscribers. Well, Verizon was partly on point, because it wasn’t simply aiming ... Read More »

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