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Google just can’t seem to get its act together with Google Drive. You may recall back in March that Google Drive for Windows automatically updated to ‘Backup and Sync,’ which broke syncing...

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The Xperia X is an upper-mid range (is that even a thing?) phone from Sony, which arrived in the United States about a year ago. It was pretty expensive for the specifications when it was released, priced...

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After months of our hopes that Android O’s final name would be Oreo, Google has finally satisfied all of our hopes and dreams and named it after one of Nabisco’s most famous treats. The unveiling...

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The HTC U11 is a pretty good phone, and certainly an improvement over the earlier U Ultra. HTC previously announced that the phone would recieve an update enabling 1080p 60FPS recording, and now the time...

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multi-page article Page 1 Page 2 Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android games that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous week or so. Please wait for this...

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Earlier this year, an anti-trust lawsuit in Russia led Google to make some changes with Chrome on Android. The settlement required Google to develop a search widget that uses any search engine, which...

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Android 8.0 Oreo includes several changes to how background processes work, in order to squeeze even more battery life out of your device. One of these is the Background Execution Limit, which imposes...

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Sony was one of the first OEMs to focus on designing water-resistant phones, but they weren’t always resistant enough. Consumers were brushed off by Sony when their water-resistant phones...

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Verizon ruffled some feathers last month when it was caught throttling Netflix on its LTE network. At the time the carrier said it was merely testing video optimization technology, and now we know why....

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Chromebooks have become increasingly popular in education, thanks to their ease of use for both students and IT staff. Google is looking to expand Chromebook usage in another market – businesses....