Some Pixel 2 Features Have Come To The 1st Gen Pixels

The latest Android 8.1 developer preview brings a number of Pixel 2 exclusives to the original Google Pixel lineup. As is usually the case with the newest flagships, manufacturers tend to bring new features to them as exclusives until they finally trickle down to older models. With last month’s Android 8.1 Oreo developer preview, a […]

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Xiaomi Spain’s Black Friday Sale Discounts 50 Phones To €1

Xiaomi‘s newly opened Spanish unit appears to be taking a cue from the book of the company’s China and India operations, having just announced that its Black Friday sale will see some Mi 6 flagships and other Android smartphones discounted to just €1, i.e. $1.18. As always, the catch lies in the fact that the […]

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Russia Threatens Google Over Plans To Sanction RT In Search

Chief of Russian media watchdog Roskomnadzor threatened actions against Google over the Alphabet-owned company’s plans to sanction Russian state-sponsored websites like Sputnik and Russia Today (RT). According to a Tuesday report from Interfax that was promptly picked up by many mass media outlets around the world, Alexander Zharov had the agency’s officials contact Google directly and request clarification […]

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Amazon’s Echo Show Has YouTube Access Again

Amazon’s Echo Show has YouTube access again after the access to the service was taken away a little bit earlier this year, following Google’s decision to remove the capability to launch YouTube from the Echo Show back in the last part of September. Google’s initial reasoning for removing YouTube access from the Echo Show had […]

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Wells Fargo Reveals Improved Outlook For Verizon In 2018

Analysts at Wells Fargo have upgraded Verizon’s shares outlook despite a less than stellar performance by the carrier for the 2017 fiscal year. More directly, the financial institution has pushed the service provider’s target price up by around 4.1-percent – from $48 to $50. That’s based on an expectation that Verizon will see annual service […]

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Rumor: Galaxy S9 To Be A “Tock” Release For Samsung

Frequent tipster, Evan Blass (aka @evleaks) has revealed a few snippets of information regarding the upcoming flagship smartphone from Samsung, the Galaxy S9. Mainly, Blass is looking to confirm there will be two models released early next year, the standard Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9 Plus (+). The former will be coming with the […]

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Verizon Welcomes FCC’s Net Neutrality Repeal, Pledges Support

Verizon welcomed and openly supported the plan to repeal existing net neutrality rules confirmed by the United States Federal Communications Commission earlier today. Shortly after the FCC revealed its Commissioners will vote — and likely approve — the controversial initiative on December 14th, Verizon Senior Vice President and Deputy General Counsel Kathy Grillo issued a prepared statement saying […]

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Huawei Mate 10 Pro Review – Beautiful, Powerful, Smart

Easily one of the most beautifully designed smartphones ever. As one of the largest smartphone vendors in the world, Huawei has a lot riding on its shoulders with each flagship release. With its own processors, a very well defined hardware design and a big upgrade to its in-house developed EMUI Android skin, the Mate 10 […]

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Google Buys Its Second Piece Of Land In Denmark

Google has now reportedly bought its second piece of land in Denmark and, ironically enough, the latest purchase sits just next door to the spot where Apple plans to build a data center for around $950 million by 2019. The plot itself is located in Aabenraa, which is near the country’s border with Germany. Furthermore, […]

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Put Songs Back Together With Music Puzzle For Android

There’s a new puzzle game on the Google Play Store now that should appeal to both those who love a good brain teaser and those who just like games that rely on puzzle mechanics. Developed by TagWizz, the game itself is called Music Puzzle and, in an interesting twist on the genre, has players placing […]

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