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This is our first look at the upcoming LG G8X ThinQ

The LG G8X ThinQ is tipped to be the company’s first smartphone to feature an in-display fingerprint sensor.

What you need to know Renders of LG’s next flagship Android smartphone have surfaced ahead of its debut at IFA 2019 in September. The LG G8X ThinQ will feature a 6.2-inch display with a waterdrop cutout and dual rear cameras. Just like its predecessor, the G8X ThinQ is likely to run on Qualcomm’s 7nm Snapdragon 855 processor under the  [Read More…]

This is our first look at the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 in Pink

It remains to be seen if the bigger Galaxy Note 10+ will be available in the same color.

What you need to know Renders showing the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 in Pink have surfaced. The Pink color option is expected to be offered in select countries. Galaxy Note 10 is rumored to be available in Blue and Green color options as well.

The folks over at SamMobile reported a few months ago that the standard Galaxy Note  [Read More…]

Look out! Where to find public service announcement signs in Fortnite

It’s that time again! The tenth (and final) week of Fortnite’s Season 9 challenges are here, and once again, things are relatively easy this week. The only challenge that might take some time is the one that requires players to find five public service announcement signs in Neo Tilted, Pressure Plant, or Mega Mall. For eagle-eyed players, you may have noticed that signs have begun popping up throughout the game, warning players of…something. In case you haven’t found  [Read More…]

Take a look at the Samsung Galaxy Tab S6 with dual rear cameras

The Galaxy Tab S6 is expected to launch in Q3 of 2019.

What you need to know Samsung is skipping the Galaxy Tab S5 name and will call it’s next premium tablet the Galaxy Tab S6. The Galaxy Tab S6 will feature a dual camera setup on the back as well as a groove for holding and charging the S Pen magnetically. The exact release date is currently unknown but we expect it in Q3 of 2019.  [Read More…]

This is our first look at the upcoming Android port for the Nintendo Switch

The Android port for Nintendo Switch is based on LineageOS 15.1 build for the NVIDIA SHIELD.

What you need to know Developer Billy Laws (ByLaws) will soon release an unofficial Android port for the Nintendo Switch, although no ETA is available yet. Once released, the port will allow you to use your Nintendo Switch exactly like an Android tablet. Not all Android apps will work on the portable gaming console, since it lacks certain hardware components such  [Read More…]

The OnePlus 7 may look the same, but it’s all-new where it counts

The OnePlus 7 delivers the upgrades that matter in a familiar design.

The OnePlus 7 is an interesting device. OnePlus is essentially reusing the same design as last year’s OnePlus 6T and upgrading the internal hardware for 2019. It’s a clever move by the company: the likes of POCO F1 and ASUS ZenFone 5z have challenged OnePlus’ dominance in the value flagship space last year, and with the company aiming higher with the OnePlus 7 Pro, it  [Read More…]

This is what the DOJ will look for in its antitrust claims against Google

The DOJ will be investigating exclusivity, coordination, and privacy concerns.

What you need to know Makan Delrahim detailed some ways that the DOJ will look into tech giants at an antitrust conference. The investigation will cover several aspects, including buying up competition to stifle innovation and his “no economic sense” test. Stock prices have taken a dip for the tech companies following the news of the antitrust probe.

Not too long ago, we covered how the U.S.  [Read More…]

Early latency tests don’t look great for Stadia

Project xCloud may have almost the same input lag as playing at home.

What you need to know “Project xCloud” is Microsoft’s upcoming game streaming service. At E3 2019, everyone could test it out by streaming a game 400 miles away. An analysis says xCloud only exhibited 67 ms of input lag which is almost the same as playing on an Xbox One. March’s Stadia analysis saw 166 ms of input lag.

At E3 2019, Microsoft is  [Read More…]

This is apparently our first look at the Google Pixel 4

That rear camera housing could hold at least two sensors.

What you need to know These leaked CAD renders showcase what’s supposedly the Pixel 4. The phone will have at least two rear cameras. We’re also expecting an in-screen fingerprint sensor and a display notch.

Google’s Pixel phones have had a tendency to be among the most-leaked in the industry, that point being especially true with last year’s Pixel 3. Now on June 10 — likely four  [Read More…]

These $150 Bluetooth 5.0 headphones sport USB-C and a stylish look

Urbanears’ first over-the-ear headphones do a lot of things right.

Back in March, a company called Urbanears reached out to me and asked if I wanted to review its Plattan 2 Bluetooth headphones. I’d never heard of Urbanears before, but I accepted, tried the headphones out, and came away pleasantly surprised.

A few months later, Urbanears has returned with the Pampas — its first over-the-ear headphones that promise to deliver a premium experience for a fraction of  [Read More…]