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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 surfaces in benchmark entry

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9, under development for a fall release in line with previous Galaxy Note device launches, has appeared for the first time in a benchmark entry on the Geekbench web site. This new entry gives us some clues about the hardware we can expect. The particular entry is for a Samsung model […]

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HTC Breeze will be an entry level phone with full screen 18:9 aspect ratio

HTC’s next device has been tipped by leakster Evan Blass, and it’ll push some high-end features down into the budget section of the market. Internally, the device is referred to as Breeze (which is actually the second time HTC has used that name) and will sport a full screen, 18:9 display like many flagship phones. […]

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Google Pixel XL 2 by LG confirmed via FCC database entry

Earlier we reported that Google has confirmed the big reveal date for the new Pixel 2 smartphones will be October 4th. Thanks to a new entry spotted in the FCC database, we are now able to also confirm that LG is indeed the manufacturer of the larger of the two devices dubbed the Pixel XL […]

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Need to buzz someone in? The Monkey is a smart keyless entry for apartment buildings

Apartment intercoms are supposed to be a barrier to entry, but sometimes they make tenants’ lives more difficult, too. The Monkey is a chip that will turn any intercom smart. Sync it up with your phone, and you’ll get a notification when someone rings.

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Microsoft’s VR Kit to challenge Google Cardboard for entry level VR dominance

Microsoft might have put most of its eggs in the augmented reality basket with its Hololens headset, but that doesn’t mean it’s ignoring virtual reality. Its VR Kit is designed to offer developers a low cost way to work on VR projects.

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