A new leak surrounding Motorola’s upcoming Moto G6 lineup appears to reveal certain details about the lineup. Motorola’s Moto G lineup has been one of the most popular mid-range smartphone series’ since its debut back in 2013, with the lineup growing in popularity ever since. Now, nearly five years since the original Moto G’s debut, […]
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Huawei’s upcoming P20 Lite will reportedly be marketed as part of the Nova lineup in certain markets. The Chinese smartphone manufacturer has a history of rebranding certain devices in different markets, while its sub-brand Honor also dabbles in this territory by offering slightly redesigned Huawei devices under its own brand at a lower price point. […]
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Amazon‘s Twitch streaming service is pulling in more viewers than certain US cable channels. The American retail giant purchased Twitch back in 2014 for $970 million, a deal which was met with slight uncertainty at the time due to how the service would fit into Amazon’s future. Nonetheless, fast forward nearly four years and it […]
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Snap Inc. is offering free advertising credit to those who advertise on competing social networks. The company behind Snapchat recently posted a better-than-expected financial report which included higher revenues and reduced losses in comparison to the estimates, and it appears the company is keen on continuing its momentum into 2018. As part of this, Snap […]
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Google Assistant integration could be coming to Google’s Chrome OS. So far the company’s personal assistant has been made available on a wide range of devices including Android devices, earphones, and speakers. Oddly, though, Google Assistant lacks a wide presence on Chrome OS, with the only Chromebook to currently support the assistant being the internet […]
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YouTube has announced that its YouTube Go app will be expanding to over 130 more countries across the globe. The Google-owned streaming site initially launched the YouTube Go app last year in India, with the hope of bringing the service to those who couldn’t afford powerful smartphones or had poor connectivity. Shortly after its launch, […]
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Instagram has announced that Business accounts will now be able to schedule their posts on the platform. The social network has been putting a heavy focus on its business customers in recent times, but despite a high number of requests, the Facebook-owned company has so far avoided adding the option to schedule posts. Now, though, […]
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A new 3D render shows off what is claimed to be Motorola’s upcoming Moto E5. The Lenovo-owned company is rumored to be preparing a wide range of devices as part of its 2018 lineup, with the Moto E4’s successor expected to be one of the first to make it to the market. Now, with the […]
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Google has confirmed that Chrome 64 is now rolling out to Android users across the globe. Like previous Chrome releases, Chrome 64 includes a number of security and bug fixes, but the main focus of this update is a set of new anti-spam measures, not to mention some new audio settings. With Chrome 64, users […]
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LTE data speeds across all four major carriers are currently on the rise, after recent struggles by AT&T and Verizon. When T-Mobile initially announced its T-Mobile One unlimited data plan back in August of 2016, rivals were initially reluctant to introduce competing plans. Within six months of the launch, though, both AT&T and Verizon announced […]
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