Sony’s mid-range Xperia XA, XA Ultra and L models are about to get a refresh, and unfortunately it appears to be more of the same. The company’s design language has stagnated for what seems like an eternity, while the rest of the market has moved on with modern, cutting edge devices. Companies like LG and […]
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Google seems to like being last when it comes to major product announcements, but maybe saving the best for last is the way to go. Starting tomorrow at 12pm Eastern Time, their Pixel 2 event will be action packed. Along with the highly anticipated new Pixel phones, Google will announce a host of new products, […]
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The first half of the year saw companies flock to CES in Las Vegas and MWC in Barcelona to show off the devices they hope you'll want to buy for the rest of the year. As we approach the holiday season, tech companies are clamoring for your attention…
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Bixby is a powerful tool, but not the most intuitive one we’ve encountered. Here’s how to set up and use every feature of Samsung’s digital assistant, and what to expect in the future.
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If you really want to show off your DIY skills, Arduino projects can be useful, beautiful, and downright impressive. Unfortunately, some also require some serious skill. Check out some of our current favorites.
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There are more ways to mirror your smartphone or tablet on your TV than you might think. Check out our rundown of MHL for everything you need to know about the wired protocol and its convenient features that can take your phone or tablet up a notch.
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Curious about Amazon’s Prime Air, and how the delivery service came to be? We’ve compiled a history of the effort, which will get you up to speed and help you understand why Amazon is serious about drones.
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Snapchat’s cool new sunglasses are social media’s latest craze. If you’re an avid snapper, check out our guide to find out how they work, and how to get your hands on a pair.
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Chromebooks are more capable than they once were, but that doesn’t mean they’re any easier to navigate. Here, we detail how to right-click on a Chromebook using the built-in keyboard and touchpad.
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The Hyperloop, Elon Musk’s intriguing idea for a transportation system, could revolutionize mass transit as we know it. But questions about its financial and political feasibility loom large.
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What do you do if your iPhone’s screen gets broken? We take you through the options you have to get a broken iPhone screen replaced or repaired. Find out about Apple’s warranty, repair costs, and learn whether or not you should repair it yourself.
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The OnePlus 3 and 3T offer a good deal of functionality for the money, but people are already running into a variety of issues with their new devices. Here are 21 of the most common problems people have reported, and a few potential remedies.
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Think phones with QWERTY keyboards are dead and gone? Think again. We’ve found a few different devices you can go and buy today, and each has its own physical keyboard. Here are our current favorites.
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Samsung is promoting a new Chromebook on its Korean-based website. Called the Chromebook Pro, this seems to be one of Samsung’s most premium-looking Chromebooks yet. Details after the break. The Chromebook Pro has a 12.6-inch 2400 x 1600 touchscreen display with an aspect ratio for 3:2. 400 nits of brightness will make this an optimal […]
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If you fancy swanning about in a pair of those flashy ‘Back to the Future’ sneakers that can lace themselves up, get over to Nike’s website now, pay $ 10, and enter its all-proceeds-to-charity raffle. There are 89 pairs up for grabs.
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Today’s the big day! Google is expected to announce some big things at its event in San Francisco. We’re expecting to see a new 4K Chromecast, a Google Home product launch, the Daydream VR viewer as well as some more major items, such as the new Pixel series of phones and the Android and Chrome […]
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Panasonic held it's Photokina 2016 press conference today and finally spilled the beans on the 4K GH5, the successor to its popular GH4. The big news was 10-bit 4K capture at up to 60 fps, and even up to 6K — but only for short photo bursts. We also…
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Earlier this week, Samsung halted shipments of the Galaxy Note 7 over unspecified “quality control” issues, and now it is recalling the device. The issue stems from the battery cell. Here’s our full guide to how to avoid and protect yourself.
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Google has released the second developer preview of Android Wear 2.0, boasting a number of great new features and bug fixes, including the ability for developers to incorporate wrist gestures into their apps.
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Today, video game juggernaut Electronic Arts kicked off this year's Electronics Entertainment Expo with a show all its own. If you weren't a member of the press or one of the lucky few fans that were let into the event to experience it firsthand, don…
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SpaceX hopes to safely bring another Falcon 9 rocket home tonight after launching a Thai telecommunications satellite over 20,000 miles above Earth, into a high-elliptical orbit known as geostationary transfer orbit (GTO).
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Mark Zuckerberg on Wednesday met with leading conservatives to discuss recent allegations of news bias at Facebook. The CEO insisted he wants to “build trust” with those who suspect the site suppresses stories from conservative news outlets.
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Training for a 5k, 10k, half-marathon, or marathon? The Polar Running Program is here to help, offering personalized advice on how to properly train for a specific long-distance run.
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With the ubiquity of fitness trackers that promise to keep tabs on your heart rate, your sleeping cycles, and your well-being, it’s no surprise that the healthcare industry has been one of the most heavily impacted by the wearable boom.
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Ready to get a Galaxy S7 or S7 Edge in your hand? Here are the carriers and retailers that are launching the smartphone, along with links to enable you to pre-order your very own device.
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The NFL Playoffs are starting with games this Saturday and Sunday, two days in which you might not be able to sit in front of a television and watch. Wherever you are (assuming that’s in the United States), you’ll be able to stream the weekend’s slate of action between eight of the league’s top teams.
We’re telling you how to stream all four games of the Wild Card round.
Although the options are vast, all of these (except CBS’) require television provider credentials. So you’ll need an active account with a television provider to successfully log in and stream games. TuneIn is probably you’re best bet if you can’t be in front of a television and lack an account with a television provider. The audio streaming service signed a deal back in October to give TuneIn Premium subscribers radio feeds to each and every NFL game. Just fork over $ 7.99 per month to enter and TuneIn will also give you MLB and Barclays Premier League games in addition to free NHL games.
People outside of the United States can purchase NFL Game Pass to stream the games internationally.
Have any picks to win this weekend? Tell us in the comments section below. We’ll see if you’re a real NFL Nostradamus.
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The Pepsi P1 will go on sale in China later this year, Pepsi said. It’s the beverage conglomerate’s first branded Android smartphone, and it features Pepsi’s signature logo.
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IFA, the biggest tech show in Europe is about to kickoff in Berlin, Germany. Here’s everything we expect to see at the show from Samsung, Sony, LG, Asus, Microsoft, Intel, and more. TVs, phones, wearables, and the smartphone will power the show.
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Samsung announced the all new Galaxy Note 5 during its Unpacked event in New York City today, and it’s quite a showstopper! We’ve put together a comprehensive list as to where you will be able to purchase Samsung’s latest Note device and when.
Hit the break to get the full rundown.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is quite an impressive smartphone, featuring a gorgeous 5.7-inch 2560 x 1440 Super AMOLED display, 4GB of RAM, and a ton of new smartphone features. Unfortunately, there isn’t a single confirmed price, as Samsung is leaving it up to carriers and retailers to put a fair price tag on Samsung’s Next Big Thing.
Consumers will be able to pre-order the device as of today for around $ 249 on a new two-year contract or an estimated average of $ 799 off-contract. Some US-based carriers at the time of this writing are only advertising payment plan pricing of $ 40/month. The device is set to officially launch on August 21, a week from tomorrow, August 14.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note 5 will be available for pre-order some time today, August 13, through the following major US-based carriers
The Galaxy Note 5 will not be available in the United Kingdom or Europe in 2015, Samsung says. While the company isn’t ruling out the device eventually coming to those markets, it’s certainly not going to happen anytime soon.
For now, those in the United Kingdom and Europe will only have the option of picking up the all-new Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+.
Those in Canada will be able to pick up the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 in Black Sapphire from a wide variety of carriers:
Other carriers have yet to confirm the device’s availability.
Pricing is very much up in the air. However, it seems Canadian buyers will be able to pick up the 32GB model for $ 300 on a two-year contract or $ 850 outright.
Many carriers in the United States are only advertising the device for $ 40/month. Sprint is advertising it for $ 249.99 on a new two-year contract or $ 720 outright. T-Mobile hasn’t revealed any pricing yet, but if you purchase a Samsung Galaxy Note 5 or Galaxy S6 Edge+, the carrier is giving away a free year of Netflix.
Obviously prices will vary depending on which model you pick up. Hopefully we’ll see some more solid pricing details soon, though.
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Apple will be live streaming its WWDC event on June 8, starting at 10 a.m. PST (1 p.m. EST). Find out how you can watch Apple’s WWDC 2015 live video stream on your iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV.
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Passes for Coachella 2015 are hard to come by, but for the fifth year in a row, the California festival is inviting fans from around the world to watch it live on Coachella’s YouTube channel, unleashed by T-Mobile. From Friday, April 10, through Sunday, April 12, you can catch the biggest acts and emerging artists performing live at Coachella on any screen where you watch YouTube.
What can you expect from the longest-running music festival live stream on YouTube? First, you’ll welcome the freedom to choose from three live stream channels. Then, you’ll enjoy a bunch of new stuff you didn’t see coming, like:
And more to come … we can’t give away all the surprises yet!
Watch here to find out which Coachella artists will be in the live stream, and subscribe to Coachella’s YouTube channel to stay up on all the latest videos, and relive the sights and sounds of Coachellas past.
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