Telus is currently offering a promotion that takes the cost of 12GB data plans down to $65 per month for new customers outside of Quebec, Manitoba, and Saskatchewan. That brings the overall cost of the carriers plan in line with its biggest competitors – Rogers and Bell – at $130 per month once unlimited nationwide […]
Following just days after a new Xiaomi device hit TENAA, an announcement from the company on the Chinese social platform Weibo could mean the wait to find out what that device is may soon be over. In the post, Xiaomi looks to be teasing customers about something good happening on August 17th. The post itself […]
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With a 4.5-star rating, stemming from over 33 thousand reviews, Vector Unit’s Riptide GP2 has now gone free-to-play. For the uninitiated, Riptide GP2 is a graphically intense racing title centered around what the app’s Play Store description calls “rocket-powered hydro jets.” The game features two different modes, either 4-way online multiplayer or career mode, set […]
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Given how well Samsungs latest flagship performs in durability tests, it should come as no surprise that the latest advertisement for the company’s Galaxy S8 focuses on a day at the beach. In the ad, which only runs around 15 seconds long and has been aptly titled “Samsung Galaxy S8: Sunbather,” an average user is […]
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Google has revealed a new YouTube series in partnership with Condé Nast Entertainment and Vogue that gives viewers a first-hand, first-person look into the wardrobes of the magazine’s models. The series – called Supermodel Closets – was started as a way to celebrate Vogue Magazine’s 125th Anniversary, and was created using Google’s Jump video-capture platform. […]
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As of August 11th, Samsung Mobile has released a second promotional video associated with its U Flex wireless headphones via YouTube. The headphones were only just announced last week but the company – not known for going light on the advertisements – obviously wants to keep them fresh in peoples minds building up to when […]
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Google’s Chrome OS may not have merged yet with Android as some have predicted it would but there is still a lot to suggest the company has a direct focus on making the use of its various platforms a more consistent experience. In fact, if experimental features are anything to go by, the two platforms […]
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A recently reported bug in Android Wear that affected Google Assistant has now been fixed, according to the Google employees on the associated help forums. The issue, which was brought to light by users on the forum, was that Wear voice actions were not responding as they should have in some cases or not responding […]
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Speculation about whether or not LG’s V30 or V30 Plus will support wireless charging will likely ramp up this week, following the leak of a wireless charging dock for the device. The V30 Wireless Charging Dock, listed briefly as product number PWM-5300 on the company’s official website, has since been taken down by LG. The […]
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The controversy surrounding Google’s firing of an employee over what has been labeled an “anti-diversity” manifesto has reached new heights, with one group of protesters planning to march against the company starting August 19th. In fact, at least 5 cities will see protests, including Mountain View, New York City New, Austin, Boston, and Washington D.C. […]
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