Google has massively evolved the Chrome OS platform and today’s Chromebooks support Android, Linux, and even Windows applications (at the time of writing, Windows support via Parallels emulation is only available for corporate customers). Customers can buy Chromebooks with different specifications, including size, form factor, and specification. All Chromebooks offer the same core Chrome OS […]
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If you’ve got an Echo Flex Plug-in mini speaker with Alexa built-in, you can make it even smarter with the Smart Clock accessory that turns it into, you guessed it, a smart clock that lets you set timers. The all-new Smart Clock accessory costs $ 15/£15 from Amazon, and simply plugs into the USB slot on […]
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Amazon’s Echo Flex plug-in smart speaker should now be much more useful in the kitchen. The Verge reports that Amazon has unveiled an official, Third Reality-made Smart Clock add-on for the Flex that brings connected timekeeping to the Alexa device….
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Lenovo’s latest entry in the Chromebook market is the IdeaPad Flex 5. It promises a better experience than some cheaper Chromebooks thanks to a better design and higher-end hardware, and we had a chance to test drive one a little early. The selling point here is that you’re getting more capable hardware for a bit […]
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CES 2016 is fast approaching, but we have some possibly sad news. The LG G Flex 3 probably won’t be there, and it possibly won’t ever make it to market either.
According to recent rumours, LG will not be unveiling a G Flex 3 smartphone at CES 2016, but instead will focus all of its efforts on the LG G5 and next gen V10. The LG G Flex 2 didn’t get the best reviews, while the V10 has been out to a great start so far. This might not be the worst move by LG?
There are also LG G5 rumours suggesting it will follow Samsung and use much higher end materials, primarily, an all metal unibody design. Also, it is said to possibly come with an iris recognition sensor, and a larger 20MP camera.
What do you think about there possibly not being a LG G Flex 3? Smart move, or bad decision by LG?
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