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Anker’s discounted Wireless Charging Stand might be a new desk essential

This stand can charge QI-enabled devices at up to 10W, even though cases!

You can say goodbye to charging cables and pick up Anker’s PowerWave Fast Wireless Charging Stand for just $ 23.99 today at Amazon when you enter promo code ANKER521 during checkout. That’ll save you $ 6 off its regular price there, though you’ll want to ensure your phone is suitable for wireless charging first.

To make the most out of this charger, you’ll also  [Read More…]

Marshall’s Woburn II just might be a bit too much speaker for some people

Best answer: The Marshall Woburn II is a quality speaker but can be considered overkill for most people. If you just want sound in your home, the company’s Stanmore II Voice is the better buy.

Amazon: Marshall Stanmore II w/ Alexa ($ 350) Amazon: Marshall Woburn II ($ 500) The Woburn is just too much

If a quality speaker that can receive audio over Bluetooth is what you’re after, the Marshall Woburn II does that fantastically. Packed  [Read More…]

LG might announce a foldable smartphone at CES 2019

This won’t be LG’s first foray into foldable phones.

Even though we’re just about to start November, CES 2019 will be here before you know it. That means a ton of announcements for new phones, smart home gadgets, and plenty more. Among all of the big reveals, it’s now reported that LG will use the show to unveil its latest foldable smartphone.

Reliable tipster Evan Blass recently shared the following on Twitter:

I can’t speak  [Read More…]

Google might be working on a loyalty program for the Play Store

Do you often buy apps, games or music albums from the Google Play Store? Well, then we have some good news for you. According to 9to5Google who spotted evidence in the latest Play Store build, it seems like Google is working on a new loyalty program called Google Play Points.

The program is meant for people who purchase content from the Play Store including music, movies, TV shows, books and of course, apps.  To give you an example, someone making  [Read More…]

HTC’s next smartphone in the U12 series might not be made by HTC itself

It’s no secret that HTC’s smartphone business has been struggling for years. The company’s latest flagship, the U12+ hasn’t done much to turn things around and in July, the phone maker was forced to lay off 1,500 workers in its manufacturing unit in Taiwan.

You’ve probably heard that HTC is preparing to launch a new budget phone called the U12 Life (Imagine Life). Well, as a result of these job cuts, it seems that HTC won’t be actually making this  [Read More…]

The Oppo R17 offers a glimpse as to what the OnePlus 6T might look like

Look at that itty-bitty little notch!

While it can be fun to look at OnePlus as an underdog in the smartphone space, it’s important to remember that its parent company is Oppo — one of the largest phone manufacturers in the world. OnePlus phones often take a lot of inspiration from Oppo handsets that come out before them, and should that pattern continue this year, the recently announced Oppo R17 looks like an excellent foundation for the  [Read More…]

The Galaxy Note 9 is here but you might not like the price

Just when you thought the smartphone world had gone quiet, Samsung is back with a new device. However, this time around, the leaks pretty much shared everything about the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.

At its latest “Unpacked” event in New York City, Samsung unveiled its 3rd flagship of 2018. The latest device in the Note lineup sees quite a few improvements under the hood, with one major one on the outside.

Display and Internals

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Swiping on your phone might not so harmless as it seems, here’s why

Smartphones might be the epitome of modern convenience, but the dirty little secret that’s not so secret anymore is this. Your omnipresent device is a serious threat to your privacy.

With the increasing speed, power, cloud services and millions of apps being available for smartphones, the mobile threat landscape continues to grow.

With more and more people using their devices to shop online, pay their bills or play a game, the threat is all around us. Indeed, we’ve have been  [Read More…]

YouTube for Android is testing its dark theme, and you might be able to use it right now

Rejoice, my friends; soon we can binge YouTube all night without getting blinded by the bland white interface!

YouTube brought a dark theme to its desktop website last year and back at the beginning of the year, the same glorious dark theme was announced for its iOS and Android apps. Apple users got that dark theme just a few brief weeks after the announcement, but Android users were left waiting, and waiting, and waiting for theirs. We  [Read More…]

This might be the 3rd-gen Amazon Echo Dot

The new speaker will have improved sound quality and a rounded design.

Amazon’s Echo Dot is one of the most popular smart speakers around, and thanks to a couple images that recently popped up, we might have our first look at the third-gen version of it.

FrAndroid and Numerama recently got together to share the above two photos. Assuming these are accurate, this is what the next version of the Echo Dot will look like.

As we  [Read More…]