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Monthly Archives: June 2015

The OnePlus 2 will have a USB Type-C port, making it one of the first phones to feature such a port. This is no rumour. OnePlus tweeted that the phone will utilise the new USB port. OnePlus has ambition; it wants to “lead the way in power...

By Ahmed Kaludi on Jun 22nd, 2015

Forget “facial” recognition. Facebook is getting so good at identifying you in photos that it doesn’t even need to see your mug. According to New Scientist, the social network has developed an “experimental” algorithm...

By Ahmed Kaludi on Jun 22nd, 2015

Samsung isn’t synonymous with extra-thin smartphones — that distinction usually goes to Chinese vendors like Gionee or Oppo. However, you may have to rethink that reputation very shortly. Samsung’s as yet unannounced Galaxy...

By Ahmed Kaludi on Jun 22nd, 2015
moto-g 3rd gen

The Moto G is quite the attractive handset for someone looking for a capable phone that’s also very budget friendly. In fact, our own Chris Velazco calls it the best budget smartphone available. Thanks to a video and a few snapshots, there’s...

By Ahmed Kaludi on Jun 22nd, 2015
nokia n1

It’s only been just over a year since Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT ) closed its acquisition of Nokia’s (NYSE: NOK  ) handset business, yet here we are, and Nokia might be experiencing a little bit of seller’s remorse. That’s...

By Ahmed Kaludi on Jun 22nd, 2015
windows 10

Shortly after Microsoft wrapped its epic Windows 10 keynote today, we had a chance to see the latest version of the next-gen OS running on some honest-to-goodness hardware. Using a Dell Venue Pro 11 tablet on display here at Microsoft’s...

By Ahmed Kaludi on Jun 21st, 2015
Apple iPad Air 3

With the iPad Air 2 we said that Apple had taken the perfect tablet and somehow made it even better. So where does it go from there? Well, hopefully do the same thing again. We’re not expecting a quantum leap with the iPad Air 3, but...

By Ahmed Kaludi on Jun 21st, 2015

When a software update is ready for your smartphone, you usually get a friendly notification that lets you refuse the fix if you’re anxious or just busy. At least some LG G4owners aren’t getting that option, however. Customers...

By Ahmed Kaludi on Jun 21st, 2015
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