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Nokia 6.1 Plus preview: The start of something great

HMD finally made a budget phone that can take on Xiaomi and Honor.

The Nokia 6 series holds special value for HMD Global. The Nokia 6 was the first Android device to feature Nokia branding, and it was one of the manufacturer’s best-selling devices last year. The phone wasn’t without its faults, however, as the Snapdragon 430 was underwhelming in day-to-day usage.

Nokia did a magnificent job optimizing the software to run on underpowered hardware during its  [Read More…]

Apex Launcher’s latest update is your wake-up call to switch to something better

If you use Apex Launcher and are wondering “what the heck happened to my home screen?”, you’re not alone.

Apex Launcher restarted development last May, and since then, there hasn’t been much to say about the old, but well-liked launcher as it tried to update its interface, improve its feature set, and start competing again. Well, the 4.0 update Apex Launcher pushed out this week has undone all of that progress and then some, and what users Apex Launcher  [Read More…]

U.S. carriers charge you exorbitantly every month, and still sell your information — should we expect something different?

At some point we should expect a reduction in the cost of service in exchange for this data.

With pressure from T-Mobile and some prepaid offerings, U.S. carriers have consistently upped their data offerings in the past few years to provide a pretty good value for your money — that is, compared to the vastly expensive per-gigabyte pricing we had before. Now, despite having lots of unlimited plan options, people spend more per month on cell service  [Read More…]

Jabra Elite 65t review: Familiar name shows off something a bit different

The Jabra Elite 65t is a set of truly wireless Bluetooth earphones with a unique design and a nice set of features. But is the performance worth the price? Read on for our complete review on Jabra’s latest and greatest.

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Play an old school classic or pick something new in this one-day board game sale

Did you know you don’t need a screen to have fun?

Today’s Amazon Gold Box deals of the day features a selection of board games all on sale. This is a huge list with a lot of options to choose from, so pick something for you and a friend or something for the whole family. Some of the games are cooperative and some are competitive.

If you haven’t played a board game in a while, you might  [Read More…]

Remember that mobile security companies only want to sell you something

A company who wants your money just might say anything to get it.

Did you hear that like every Android phone ever made is broken because the companies that made them are lying and not really sending you security patches when they say they are sending you one? Chances are you did, because the whole silly mess was engineered solely so you would hear about it. I’ll go a step further and say the entire study only  [Read More…]

Nine innovative indie games for when you want to try something different

Bored of playing standard games? Indie developers have your back. Check this list of innovative indie games that stand out through stunning graphics or gameplay.

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CES 2018: myCharge’s new battery pack lineup includes something for everyone

myCharge is a company known for its wide range of external chargers for smartphones, tablets and other devices. Well, just in time for CES 2018 the accessory maker unveiled a deluge of new battery packs designed to meet the most diverse needs. Below, we’ll take a look at myCharge’s new products: Razor series myCharge has […]

BluBoo might have something unique in the works (Sponsored)

BluBoo is probably not a name you’ve heard before – it’s a Chinese smartphone manufacturer that has made a bit of a name for itself recently with its attempt to replicate the functionality and screen of the Galaxy S8 at a fraction of the cost. Thus far, it appears to have been successful with the […]

War Robots VR Review: A taste of something ridiculously fun

There are sparks everywhere, and the hail of bullets seems endless. I am probably going to die here.

My mech is spent. Red warning lights are everywhere. Armor gone, rockets reloading, and there are two enemy units a few meters away with crosshairs trained right on me. My partner’s railgun flashes bright yellow, and suddenly bright blue sparks start to fly from the closest unit. The second my rocket reload finishes, my body slams back against the  [Read More…]