Samsung and Apple have both reported their first-quarter earnings, and smartphone sales, while solid, aren’t a highlight for either company. That’s a big change from just a few years ago where both OEMs managed to continuously sell more and more phones every year, but all things must come to an end. Unless you’re Huawei, anyway. […]
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It's been ages since Amazon was just a place to buy books. But even now, it's still easy to think of the company as a big online store. Resist that urge. Amazon's size and scale mean it's almost preternaturally good at selling and delivering things,…
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October was already a crazy month for tech launches in the world of Android with the LG V40 ThinQ, Google’s Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, Honor 8X, Huawei’s Mate 20 Pro, the Razer Phone 2, and the ASUS ROG Phone having already been announced. If that isn’t enough, Xiaomi is preparing to launch the Mi […]
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Researchers have been investigating whether VR tech could be used to help prevent falls among the elderly and people with neurodegenerative conditions. Here’s what they’re busy planning.
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Wondering how to get your hands on Apple’s new iPhone 7 and Watch Series 2? We’ve rounded up a list of retailers, carriers, and online merchants that’ll hook you up with the latest and greatest.
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Waze unveiled its “difficult intersections” feature, which will let drivers avoid annoying, and potentially dangerous, intersections. The new feature will roll out as an update sometime soon for drivers in Los Angeles.
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Producer of fitness tracker, Jawbone, may soon be no more. According to sources who spoke with Tech Insider, the company sold the last of its inventory to a retailer and has shut down production. Jawbone’s existing fitness trackers, UP2, UP3, and UP4, have been slow to sell according to sources. This was probably due to the tough competition […]
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Comcast has rolled out gigabit Internet in Atlanta, GA to compete with Google Fiber, but you’ll pay double the price if you don’t want to sign a three-year contract, and your speed will also be throttled at 300GB.
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