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Step up your sound with the $159 Elac B5 bookshelf speakers

The Elac series is a classic, and this price is killer.

The Elac B5 Debut Series 5.25-inch Bookshelf Speakers are down to $ 159 on Amazon. The big brother Elac B6 speakers dropped to $ 200 on Amazon yesterday, so it makes sense the B5 have now become even cheaper. They normally sell for around $ 230 and have never dropped this low before.

The Elac B5 speakers have 4 stars from What Hi-Fi?. They have custom  [Read More…]

How to give your Android home screen a spring cleaning

Spring is here, so it’s time to get all the clutter and trash off your home screen that’s collected there all year.

Spring cleaning is upon us, and everyone wants you to take stock of your entire life and throw out half your closet and your whole pantry and ain’t nobody got time for that. Want to get some spring cleaning done that you’ll notice every day? Spring clean your home screen and your app drawer, and  [Read More…]

WEYV could become the best media streaming platform

WEYV is a new service that aims to consolidate all of your media streaming needs into a single platform. Today, we’re taking a look at what WEYV does and whether it’s worth dropping your various streaming subscriptions.

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The Best Keyboard Replacements for Chromebook and Chromebox

The best keyboard you can buy for your Chromebook or Chromebox.

Like any other laptop, your Chromebook works great with an external keyboard. It’s incredibly easy to use an external display, mouse, and keyboard if you work or play from a desk, and Chrome does a great job mirroring to a monitor or having one as an extended display. All you need are the right parts!

Chrome OS supports any USB (wired or wireless) or Bluetooth keyboard.  [Read More…]

Google’s RCS ‘Chat’ plans are actually kind of brilliant

Improving a standard is way, way better than creating a walled garden. Every time.

Did you hear? Google is releasing yet another unified messaging app at I/O this year, and they’re sunsetting the Allo app they announced last year! How crazy is that?! Does anyone a that company have any clue what they are doing?!?!1!ONE?!!

Lets all take a deep breath for a moment and catch up.

Thanks to some absolutely stellar reporting from The Verge, we  [Read More…]

OnePlus 5T vs Nokia 7 Plus (Smartphone Showdown)

The Nokia 7 Plus is expected to arrive in the US at some point this year. While we wait, we take a look at how the phone stacks up against the competition.

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The Moto G6 should’ve been an Android One device

Motorola doesn’t have a great track record with timely software updates. Android One could have fixed that.

The Moto G6 and G6 Play will be available in the U.S. in late May, and from our brief hands-on time, they’re already shaping up to be the new phones to beat in the budget space. Motorola has always delivered excellent price-to-performance with its Moto G series, but now that same price will also land you a premium rounded glass  [Read More…]

ZTE responds to Denial Order issued by U.S. Bureau of Industry and Security

ZTE says the order is “unacceptable” and “unfair.”

Earlier this week, the United States Department of Commerce announced that the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) had issued a Suspended Denial Order against ZTE – effectively banning the company from using any exported hardware or software from the U.S. in its products for the next seven years.

The move came as a result of ZTE not staying true to promises it made to the Department following a  [Read More…]

Oukitel WP5000 takes on daily life challenges in newest video (Promoted)

You can grab the new Oukitel WP5000 tri-proof smartphone at a promotional price until April 24. If you hurry up, you’ll be able to get a 10% off discount.

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You can now create your own custom Alexa skills, no coding knowledge required

Amazon announced it is now letting anyone create custom skills for Alexa, it’s popular virtual assistant, via the Alexa Blueprints website.

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