Samsung Scraps Galaxy S9 Prototype With Smaller Bezels: Rumor

Samsung scrapped the Galaxy s9 prototype with significantly reduced bezels, an industry insider from China said earlier today, having also provided the image seen above that’s meant to depict the difference between the experimental device and the handset that’s now set to be commercialized next year. The phone on the left appears to correspond to […]

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Samsung Scraps Galaxy S9 Prototype With Smaller Bezels: Rumor

Samsung scrapped the Galaxy s9 prototype with significantly reduced bezels, an industry insider from China said earlier today, having also provided the image seen above that’s meant to depict the difference between the experimental device and the handset that’s now set to be commercialized next year. The phone on the left appears to correspond to […]

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SkyGuru Finally Brings In-Flight Peace Of Mind To Android

SkyGuru, an application which originally released for iOS and is billed as a peace of mind application for flights, has finally made its way to Android. The app was developed by Taktik Labs and FAA- and EASA-certified pilot Alex Gervash. It’s also free to install, though in-app purchases must be made in order to take […]

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Phone Comparisons: Google Pixel 2 vs ASUS ZenFone 4 Pro

Introduction Do we have a good one for you today – the Google Pixel 2 goes up against the ASUS ZenFone 4 Pro. The Pixel 2 and the ZenFone 4 Pro both have same look from the front – somewhat dated – with their larger bezels and 16:9 display ratio. Although both devices came out in October – […]

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AT&T Launches 2nd Project AirGig Trial

AT&T has just announced that it has launched its second Project AirGig trial that aims to serve up to Gigabit speed internet through the use of power lines. Rather the internet would be served up by mmWave technology and “guided by” the power lines that it would travel upon, and with the help of special […]

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Tech Talk: The Net Neutrality War May Be Far From Over

The FCC’s controversial move to bring an end to net neutrality rules, set to begin over the next several days, may not signal the end of the fight over those rules at all. For those who may not be fully aware of the situation, net neutrality refers to the 2015 decision to reclassify ISPs under […]

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Google Says Consumers Are More Reliant On Search Than Ever

Search giant Google has aggregated and assembled the trends for its search service throughout 2017, and the data shows that consumers desire more than ever to be informed about decisions they make, and they’re turning to Google searches to get that information. Consumers want to research everything from food to apparel, manifesting as an 80% […]

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VPN Throttling Unlikely Even Without Net Neutrality: Expert

Internet service providers are “very unlikely” to throttle virtual private network (VPN) companies even if the Federal Communications Commission manages to go through with its controversial plan to repeal the net neutrality rules in the United States, Jodi Myers of NordVPN told Android Headlines on Wednesday. While VPN throttling is theoretically possible, it comes with significant […]

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Kaspersky Software Banned By US Over Spying Concerns

Kaspersky Lab-made software was officially banned by the United States on Tuesday after President Trump signed the bill that effectively prevents such services from being used by government agencies. The move came following months of investigations and deliberation as the intelligence community and legislators expressed concerns over the Russian firm’s connection to Kremlin that it […]

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Harman Kardon Invoke Review: Great Audio but Cortana Needs Help

Harman Kardon combines its expertise in the audio world, with Microsoft’s expertise in personal assistants, and created the Invoke.  While other manufacturers are creating their own smart speakers before allowing third-parties to make their own, Microsoft decided to just jump straight in and work with Harman Kardon on a Cortana speaker. The Invoke is the […]

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