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Samsung has finally unveiled the Galaxy Note8, revealing the (rather heavily-leaked) device at its Unpacked event in New York City today. You won’t be surprised to know that it comes with little...

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As part of today’s Galaxy Note8 announcement, Samsung confirmed it would be offering yet another set of early adopters freebies for those who choose to pick up the company’s latest phone....

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As the Google Assistant matures, it’s gaining more and more abilities to help make our lives easier, but if there’s one area it lags behind Amazon’s Echo, it’s shopping. That’s...

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Nougat had its fair share of Bluetooth issues, particularly on Google’s Pixel devices, but you’d be forgiven for hoping that Oreo would avoid similar problems. Sadly, it seems that Pixel and...

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Over-ear Bluetooth headphones are a dime a dozen these days, but great ones that also offer noise canceling and high-quality audio are few and far between. Sony’s MDR-1000X is one of these but its...

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Page Marker was introduced by ASUS as part of ZenUI 4.0, but the app has now found its way onto the Play Store. It might be a closed beta for now as the testing enrollment page isn’t open for...

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Battery statistics in the settings saw a considerable makeover in the developer previews of Android 8.0. In Nougat, the battery usage screen showed everything that had an effect, and screen on time was...

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Yesterday was a busy day with the official announcement of Android Oreo and our sun playing a short game of peekaboo behind the moon. Yesterday also saw the release of a brand new version of the Google...

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At launch, the LG Watch Sport cost a whopping $ 349, putting it on the higher end of the Android Wear market. In fairness, it did pack a lot of features, but $ 350 is still a hard pill to swallow for...

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The format of Android build numbers has been the same for years, but it’s changing in Android 8.0. The first non-preview version of Oreo just rolled out with the new format, which is a big departure....