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Anker Nebula Mars II portable projector review: The night comes alive

Makes your next camping trip or nighttime party worth attending.

Anker is probably a familiar company for most of you, thanks to loads of power banks, USB cables and other accessories they sell on Amazon and in some retail locations. Anker has been inching towards other accessories with its sub-brands, like Zolo headphones and Nebular projectors.

The Nebula projectors are all about portability: the small Capsule projector is the size of a soda can, while the slightly  [Read More…]

Android 8.1 Oreo comes to the Bluboo S3 with a brand-new feature (Promoted)

The Bluboo S3 has been around for a few months now and is still rather impressive. The device sports an impressive set of mid-range specs at a price that is hard to pass up on.

Bluboo S3 Specs 6-inch display (2160 x 1080) MediaTek MT6750T Processor 4GB RAM 64GB Storage 13MP Front Camera 5MP + 21MP Rear Cameras 8,500mAh Battery Android 8.1 Oreo

However, things are getting even better as the Android 8.1 Oreo update is now rolling out.  [Read More…]

Uber Lite is a barebones version of the app that comes in at just 5MB

Uber Lite is making its way to India, and will expand to other emerging markets later this year.

India is one of Uber’s largest markets, and the ride-sharing service is doubling down in the country with a new lightweight version of its app. Dubbed Uber Lite, the app comes in at just 5MB, and is designed primarily to run on low-end hardware and 2G networks. The app strips out the vehicle animations, and you don’t even get  [Read More…]

The biggest problem facing YouTube Music comes from within

The biggest problem facing YouTube Music isn’t a slow rollout. It isn’t casting bugs, or wacky library sorting, or missing albums, or poor handling of going offline. No, no, no, my friends, YouTube Music’s biggest problem is a YouTube that predates the service by years. And with how important rating songs in YouTube Music is, this problem is going to bite music-lovers, long-time YouTube users, and YouTuber creators hard.

While evaluating YouTube Music’s capabilities compared to other  [Read More…]

Xiaomi Mi 8 Explorer Edition comes with an in-display fingerprint sensor and transparent back

The Mi 8 Explorer Edition is loaded with innovative tech, but you won’t be able to buy one.

Alongside the launch of the standard Mi 8, Xiaomi unveiled a limited edition model that offers plenty to be excited about. The Mi 8 Explorer Edition shares the same design as the standard model — it basically looks a lot like the iPhone X — but Xiaomi is rolling out an in-display fingerprint sensor, much like the Vivo X21.

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The Razer Phone comes to Best Buy with a $100 discount

After launching last year, Razer has announced that the Razer Phone is now making its way to Best Buy. Additionally, the handset is being discounted by $ 100 for a limited time.

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Android 8.0 Oreo FINALLY comes to the LG V30, sort of

T-Mobile is finally making the Android 8.0 Oreo update available to owners of the LG V30. However, the update can only be applied with the help of the LG Bridge software on your computer.

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The Nokia 6.1 comes to the US with Android One onboard

The Nokia 6.1 has been announced and sports mid-range specs, along with Android One onboard. The handset will launch on May 6th at Best Buy and Amazon for just $ 269.

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LG’s “ThinQ” branding comes to the Verizon V30

Verizon has started rolling out an update to the LG V30, which includes the same “ThinQ” branding that will be coming to LG’s 2018 flagship device.

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This $7 precision toolkit comes with 48 pieces to help you complete electronics repairs at home

Complete your own repairs at home!

It happens to the best of us. We try so hard to care for our devices, but it’s inevitable that something will go wrong and they’ll need to be fixed, but that doesn’t mean you need to take it somewhere and pay a ton to get the job done. Thanks to the internet and YouTube, you can find information on how to repair just about anything these days, so why not try the  [Read More…]