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Moto E4 and E4 Plus specs: Not quite a G thing

What magic do the Moto E4 and Moto E4 Plus have inside? Here’s what you need to know.

Bringing the success of the Moto G line down to more affordable price points, the Moto E4 and E4 Plus are tactical moves intended to fill out gaps in Motorola’s market coverage. Both phones maintain similar looks to the earlier Moto G line, and to all of Motorola’s current-generation phones in general, but pare back much of the spec sheet to  [Read More…]

Samsung Galaxy S8 camera can’t quite beat the Pixel DxOMark rating

The Samsung Galaxy S8 camera is a great camera, one of the best, but it still wasn’t quite enough to knock the Google Pixel from the top of the DxOMark rankings. DxOMark offers a ranking based on extensive testing of a smartphone camera to a level of detail that most average users don’t worry about. […]

Google Assistant may be coming to iOS quite soon

Google Assistant may soon be available on iOS devices.

Google is still working to get its AI Assistant on every Android device you own, but if rumors are true, it will also be an iOS launch soon as a standalone app.

As reported by Android Police, Google may announce a new Google Assistant app for iOS in the next few days. While this is but a rumor at this point, the timing is pretty perfect what with  [Read More…]

Meet Jelly, quite possibly the world’s smallest Android 7.0 Nougat smartphone

Phones and getting bigger and bigger these days, but what are you to do if your preference lies with smaller devices? There are a few options out there, but if your needs for portability are extreme you might want to take a look at Jelly. The product – currently gathering funds on Kickstarter – is […]

Samsung Gear S3 lands at T-Mobile November 18, it will be quite expensive

Smartwatch fans, we recently told you Samsung’s latest Gears S3 Frontier smartwatch is already up for pre-order with AT&T and BestBuy has it listed as “Coming Soon”. Well if for some reason you don’t want to do business with the two companies, then you’ll be glad to know the Gear S3 Frontier will be landing

Samsung Galaxy S8/S8 Edge model numbers leaked and they are quite unusual

Samsung all but confirmed the next-gen Galaxy Note phablet, when it announced ex-Galaxy Note7 would be able to get next year’s premium devices at half the price. Now a Tweet by serial leakster @evleaks reveals the phablet is already in the works. Following the demise of the Galaxy Note7 there were some concerns that Samsung

Weekly Poll Results: BlackBerry Priv isn’t quite awesome enough

Last week we asked if you’d run out to pick up the new BlackBerry Priv. As BlackBerry’s first phone running Android, and with a slickly designed keyboard, this phone came out of nowhere to wow us. You told us they didn’t wow you enough though, and most people said they weren’t interested in this shiny new phone.

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There’s still nothing out there quite like Google Glass

Google’s fantastic trip into wearable technology may be on pause right now, but it’s still leaps and bounds ahead of the competition.

Three years ago today, Sergey Brin introduced Google Glass with a team of skydivers jumping from a blimp and live-streaming themselves descending from the heavens onto the Moscone West convention center in San Francisco. Sitting in the audience that day, I could feel the electricity in the room as Brin explained what the funny  [Read More…]

Samsung will allow you to remove unwanted ‘bloatware’ on the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge [Update: not quite]

Update: According to the folks at MobileSyrup, it looks like you won’t be able to fully remove pre-installed apps after all. Tapping on the “minus” button for pre-loaded apps (even those from Microsoft) simply disables them, rather than completely removing them. MobileSyrup demonstrates in the video below:

Original Story: Samsung will allow you remove most of the bloatware pre-installed on the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge, offering a more streamlined experience.

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New specs for Motorola Shamu suggest quite powerful device after all


It’s a new day and we’ve got new specifications for the rumored Nexus 6 from Motorola. Known, for now, under its code name of “Shamu”, the smartphone figures to be a more powerful experience than previously expected. According to a newly discovered GFXBench database listing, the Motorola Shamu could boast a 5.2-inch Quad HD (1440px) display,… Read more »

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