First announced during CES 2020, Blurams Smart Video Doorbell with AI facial recognition, free cloud storage*, two-way audio, and real-time notifications, is about to go live on Indigogo. Projected to launch with an RRP of $ 149, the Smart Video Doorbell is available for $ 99 on Indigogo. Thanks to the built-in AI technology, the Smart Video […]
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How does GoPro expand the audience for its Hero action cameras? By courting the vlogging crowd, according to a leak. WinFuture claims to have images of the Hero 9 Black that show a color front screen rather than the usual data-only monochrome display…
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There it is. An image showing the LG V30 from nearly every angle has leaked. Evan Blass, the mobile industry insider at VentureBeat, just gave us the best look yet at LG’s upcoming phone by showing the front, back, and sides. Although it’ll still belong to the V series, the V30 marks a clear pivot away […]
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As Reddit has grown from a small, insider community to a highly-trafficked intersection of conversation and news, debate has raged over what should get shown on the site's front page. Like Google search results, the first posts will have a much bette…
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Twenty-one drones and 16,500 LED lights recently combined for a dazzling “drone ballet” in front of Japan’s iconic Mount Fuji, and the results, we’re sure you’ll agree, are truly stunning.
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Oppo has announced the R9 and R9 Plus, two phones aimed squarely at generation selfie. Why? The front camera has 16-megapixels, an f/2.0 aperture, plenty of software tweaks, and a wide-angle lens. It’s even superior to the rear camera.
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The upcoming DROID Turbo 2 has been subject to a variety of leaks, giving us all sorts of details–shatterproof display, massive battery, and so on–before the unveiling in a couple of days. This next leak shows just how outrageous the branding is going to be on this device, as we have become accustom to on DROID products.
Pictured above is a gallery of devices. The first three units are the allegedly the DROID Turbo 2, and the following two are the DROID MAXX.
For some reason, on the DROID Turbo 2, Verizon has decided to slap its signature check mark logo at the base device between two split speakers. This is, of course, not the first time Verizon has gone with this in-your-face branding. It was subject to the Galaxy S4 Mini years ago as well:
There was quite a bit of outrage surrounding this branding on the Galaxy S4 Mini way back when, and we haven’t really seen it since, until now.
Keep in mind that leaks like these aren’t always accurate, so it’s wise to take it with a grain of salt. However, the leakster, Evan Blass, is a credible source and has been right in the past, making us think this could very possibly be the final device. It’s also very similar to the image Verizon leaked just yesterday.
What do you think of Big Red’s giant check mark on the DROID Turbo 2? Is it overkill?
source: Evan Blass (Twitter)
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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.
Ali Rivera and Brian Anderson, YouTube Music, recently watched “Years & Years – King.”