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Sprint Launches Calling PLUS For Galaxy Note 8

Sprint offers its subscribers a feature called Calling PLUS. That’s what Sprint calls its Voice-over-LTE and Wi-Fi calling services combined. There aren’t a lot of devices on the carrier’s network that support for this feature but Sprint has been rolled it out gradually for more devices. Sprint has now released Calling PLUS for the Samsung […]

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Matrix PowerWatch: The smartwatch powered by your body heat

I have a habit of losing my charger or forgetting to charge my devices. That’s why I like the idea behind the PowerWatch. Built by startup Matrix Industries, the PowerWatch is charged by your own body heat. As long as it is touching your skin, it needs no charge. After almost six years of research, […]

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Xiaomi Starts Selling More Products On Amazon

Xiaomi, one of the fastest growing smartphone brands in China, is yet to make a proper entrance in the U.S. market. The company has been dipping its toe in the water but we’ve not seen it make any major moves into the U.S. market at this point in time. Xiaomi continues to take the market’s […]

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Tesla’s New Powerbank Looks Like a Supercharger

The Model 3 notwithstanding, Tesla vehicles are out of the reach of the average customer. It’s difficult for a lot of people to spend over $70,000 on an electric car. If you’re not one of those people and can’t wait as long as people have to in order to get a Model 3, perhaps you […]

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Google Assistant Updated With Lens Support

Google Lens was announced by Google at its annual I/O developers conference back in May this year. It’s a new take on Google Goggles, a feature that has essentially been dead since 2014. Google Lens is capable of providing virtual contextual information about things that the handset’s camera sees. The company is now rolling out […]

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Galaxy S8 Active Launched On T-Mobile And Sprint

It was first reported a couple of months back that AT&T might finally lose its exclusivity over Samsung’s “Active” handsets. Ever since the first was launched several years ago, the handsets have only been available from AT&T in the United States. Samsung itself confirmed recently that the Galaxy S8 Active will soon be available from […]

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Vive Trackers look to expand your VR controller options

HTC Vive is launching its consumer push for Vive Trackers with accessory bundles and support on the way from a series of software developers. The highly anticipated accessory can enhance immersion while wearing an HTC Vive by bringing in physical objects like guns or sports rackets — or even your full body –and representing them […]

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iMac Pro Rumored To Feature A10 Fusion Co-Processor

There have been many rumors in the past to suggest that Apple could one day launch a Mac computer powered by an ARM chipset. We’ve yet to see that happen, but according to the latest rumors, it seems that the upcoming iMac Pro could mark the first time that Apple has created a Mac computer […]

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Incredibles 2 Official Teaser Trailer Released

Given the massive success that Disney and Pixar had with “The Incredibles” where it pulled in over $600 million in gross revenue, you would have thought that Disney and Pixar would have been tripping over themselves to get a sequel made, but for a variety of reasons a sequel did not happen, at least until […]

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Minecraft’s Big Graphics Upgrade Will Be Delayed To 2018

Back in June, Microsoft announced that they will be giving Minecraft a huge graphics upgrade that will bump it up to a 4K resolution. Given how old the game is and with newer consoles like the PS4 Pro and Xbox One X supporting 4K, we suppose it was about time that the game got a […]

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