Amazon launched a ton of devices during its event at its Seattle headquarters, and besides announcing a refreshed Echo line-up, the e-tailer also unveiled a bunch of other smart devices ranging from a microwave with Alexa built-in to the Amazon Smart plug and other auxiliary devices, as well as the Echo Wall Clock. Join us […]
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You might not have to splurge on a Pixelbook if you're pining after a Chromebook with Windows 10 support. XDA-Developers has learned through source code that Campfire, the feature that would let Chrome OS dual-boot Windows 10, would be available in…
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Facebook's next foray into the gaming space is giving players a chance to try mobile games out before they download them. The social network is calling them "Playable Ads," which is fairly self-explanatory. There's a lot of advertising mumbo-jumbo in…
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Google has spent a ton of R&D effort into figuring out how to get everyone access to high-speed internet, especially in places where that’s not the norm. Things like Project Loon were bold ideas that were even used in the aftermath of hurricanes in Puerto Rico, but the latest trick in Google’s bag is called […]
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Microsoft offers their own movie and television show store on Windows 10, which is really useful for anyone that relies primarily on their PC for entertainment. It’s great for anyone in Microsoft’s ecosystem, but considering just how dead Windows Phone is, that’s a pretty limited platform right now. Microsoft knows that, and Microsoft wants to […]
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In 2017, Amazon Brazil started allowing third-party sellers to list their items on the website. Apparently, though, that could've been just the beginning of the e-commerce titan's expansion in the biggest retail market in Latin America. According to…
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Whether it's using corn to make sustainable sneakers, or 3D printing some pretty out there looking footwear, Reebok isn't afraid of taking bold new steps with its shoes. Now, however, it looks like the brand has decided to take one giant leap for man…
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The Energous Miniature WattUp is a reference design for wearables and other small electronics. It delivers truly wireless charging and is scheduled to ship from a number of manufacturing partners later this year.
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Sony’s latest sensor design is only a single megapixel — but it’s also only 2 millimeters and weighs a tenth of a gram. The tiny sensor and lens combo could wind up in wearables like smartwatches or even drones.
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Samsung has acquired a Rich Communications Services business from NewNet, essentially allowing the company to make text messaging a lot more like using Facebook Messenger or WhatsApp.
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Ahead of the release of Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Google’s voice assistant will let you cast Potter spells to interact with your phone and perform functions. Google also features a Street View integration.
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The OSIRIS-REx mission is heading to the asteroid Bennu, and in July 2020 would scoop up some asteroid dust to be returned to earth three years later. The hope is to understand more about the formation of the solar system.
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On Talk Android Deals, you’re bound to find something for yourself or someone else. It’s just that great of a site, but the reason today is so special is because of the featured deal being the LG G Pad II 10.1. We’ve never focused on a tablet this good for an attractive, low price. Hit […]
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Researchers at E Ink Holdings have developed a new technique that could lead to e-ink displays with better color reproduction. Better yet, it’s got none of the downsides associated with color e-ink displays currently on the market.
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Google wants to take on Amazon’s voice assistant, Alexa, with a rumored device for the home, codenamed Chirp. It will resemble Google’s OnHub wireless router, and we’ll likely learn more about it next week at Google I/O.
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Facebook is on a mission to connect the world to the Internet. Its next way of doing so? Huge antennas that could beam access for miles, bringing Internet even to those living in rural areas beyond city limits.
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You’ve got your bracket all filled out, you’ve got your favorites and upsets picked, now you just have to watch the games and see who wins. We’ve got some great apps to accompany your March Madness experience to make sure you see every moment.
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Bass on the go is going up a notch. New York City-based start-up bassAware has launched a crowdfunding campaign for Drop, its new wearable audio backpack designed to provide bass only the wearer can hear.
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Target's legal woes continue to mount over its now-infamous data breach in 2013, which exposed the credit card numbers and personal information for as many as 70 million shoppers. A District Court judge in Minnesota ruled on Wednesday that Target w…
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The past few years, but especially this year have been really great for Android phones. We have the “does everything” LG G4, the elegant Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, even the brand new Sony Xperia Z5 Premium with the world’s first 4k display. However, even with all that, Android mobile profits are pretty low.
Analyst have gone through and checked over the latest quarter reports of all major phone makers to find that none of them sold more phones compared to the same quarter last year. A few like Sony are barely holding on, while others like HTC are almost broke.
The largest phone retailer, Samsung, is said to be making only $ 33 per phone now. That sounds super low, but is actually roughly double what any of the other guys are doing. Not that we want to mention their name, but Apple is really the only phone manufacture that is making large sums of cash. They are said to make around $ 185 off of each iPhone sold.
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