Aukey has released a new line of mobile chargers and accessories for your smartphone designed at delivering the fastest possible charge without taking up a ton of space or costing a ton of money. The Omni-Power line has power adapters for your home and car, wireless chargers, portable batteries, cables, and more, and we’re here […]
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Earlier this year Robert Downey Jr. was pegged by OnePlus to be their brand ambassador in Asia. That’s a pretty common thing, where a tech brand will hire someone rich and famous to exclusively use their products to help build out their brand image. But what also seems to be a common thing is when […]
Since Google’s sale of Motorola to Lenovo in 2014, the Motorola brand has swiftly fallen from amongst the best Android updaters to perhaps the worst, a trend to officially worsen with their brand new Moto Z4. Lenovo‘s latest flagship from their Moto brand – which they acquired from Google in 2014 – released only days […]
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In case you weren’t already aware, 5G is a pretty big thing for consumers, smartphone brands as well as network providers. The UK saw its first commercially available 5G network switched on by the BT-owned network operator EE during an event in London. The first 5G smartphone available in the UK is the OnePlus 7 […]
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The Google Pixel line has never really been able to compete with heavy hitters from Samsung and Apple as far as raw sales numbers are concerned, but it does look like Google’s flagship phone efforts have paid off in other ways. A new report claims that while the Pixel still has a long way to […]
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LG has announced a new branding initiative for their AI and smart home products and services, and they’re going with ThinQ for the name. It doesn’t really mean we’re going to see any completely new products come from this, but instead you’ll start to see the name being used for things like AI products from […]
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LG is getting serious with artificial intelligence and will launch products and services that use AI under a new sub-brand called "ThinQ" starting in 2018. All its upcoming TVs, fridges, even electronic devices and services under the new brand will h…
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The Nokia 6 is the first Nokia phone we’ve seen in several years. It also marks the first smartphone that’s technically from HMD Global, who has taken the reigns for producing Nokia devices. Most importantly, the Nokia 6 is the first in a new line of Android-powered devices from the historic company, who finally ditched Windows as […]
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It may not seem like it, but almost a year ago Nokia announced they were buying Withings for the price of $ 191 million. At the time of the announcement, there was no indication as to whether Nokia would stick with the Withings branding. In an announcement at MWC 2017, the company confirmed that starting this […]
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Apple is the most preferred smartphone brand for consumers looking to change their device in the U.S., followed by Samsung, Motorola, and LG, according to the latest data from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech.
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Following months of speculation, YouTube has today taken the wraps off its brand new YouTube Red membership package, which will cost $ 9.99 per month when it launches on Wednesday, October 28.
For those unaware, the service provides subscribers with an ad-free viewing experience, along with the ability to save clips for offline playback and background play audio on smartphones and tablets.
To see YouTube Red in action, be sure to check out the promotional video below:
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