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CloudWalker 4K Ready Smart Full HD LED TV 50SFX2 Review

The CloudWalker 50SFX2 is a 50-inch FHD TV. It has an 8-bit VA panel and runs on Android 7 AOSP platform. The TV comes with

Spotify app launches for Wear OS smartwatches, but it’s missing a big feature

Standalone app will let you send tunes to your speakers sans smartphone Wear OS smartwatch owners, rejoice – Spotify has launched a standalone app for

Rowkin Ascent Micro review: High value, moderate price

Created with athletes in mind, these IPX5 true wireless earbuds are Bluetooth 5.0 certified. POSITIVES Value Portable Battery life Effective noise reduction Touch capacitive housings

MEIIGOO S9 Review

Launching a smartphone in a tech flooded market is quite difficult. The moment you launch something new, there are already competitors to beat your sales.

HUAWEI Honor Band 4 Review

Huawei is famous for a variety of smartphones launched over the years. It is indeed one of the best companies that offer budgeted gadgets with

Nokia 2.1 vs Huawei Y6 2018 specs comparison

This specs comparison, we’ll be checking out two budget entry-level smartphones to see which one has the upper hand. Which one will you pick? The Nokia

Cherry Mobile Omega Lite 4 Review

One of Cherry Mobile‘s newest devices is the Omega Lite 4, a 5-inch device that sports an 18:9 aspect ratio display, entry-level hardware, and Android

Tanix TX92 Android TV Box Review – The Best Budget 4K Box?

TV boxes were so popular some years ago and they were a very useful device in any home entertainment system. However, their importance has been fading

LG G7 Plus ThinQ Review

Our Verdict The LG G7+ThinQ brings HDR video, audiophile-grade hardware, IP68 rating and a body designed to withstand damage from being dropped. You get all

10 Best SmartWatch for Kids 2018

Nowadays the most important thing for the parents is to keep their children happy. Parents are spending their lot of time to engaging their children

Huawei Nova 3 vs. VIVO X21 UD vs. Samsung Galaxy A8: 3-Way Comparison Review

Which smnartphone deserves the light flagship status? The premium mid-range is a growing segment of the smartphone market. It is price-positioned somewhere between the Php25k

Vivo Nex S review: The edge-to-edge phone with no notch

Crammed with innovative features but the Vivo Nex S is far from the greatest phone on the planet Pros Innovative design Edge-to-edge display with no

KingWear KW88 Pro Review: One Of The Best Standalone Smartwatch

KingWear is not a new name in the smartwatch market. The company has a lot of smartwatches, Standalone smartwatches and almost all of them are very

Huawei Honor 9N Review

Our Verdict The Honor 9N is a well-built device for its price range and offers good colour options in the sub-15K price bracket. However, it

Wear OS on iPhone: Our guide to getting your iOS smartwatch fix

What you can and can’t do with Wear on iOS and what devices will work Wear OS by Google lets iPhone users pair a Wear

Huawei Nova 3i vs OPPO F7 vs Samsung Galaxy A6 vs Vivo V9: 4-Way Comparison Review

Who will be the next king of mid-range? The mid-range smartphone competition is getting very tight with so many players vying for the top spot

How to Fix Bad Samsung Galaxy S7 Battery Life

In this guide we’ll show you how to fix bad Samsung Galaxy S7 battery life problems. Samsung’s S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge are getting a little older, but

Your phone has features you’re not using (x5)

Your phone can do things you didn’t know it was capable of. With the VAST number of features and potential of the computers we all

10 Common Galaxy Note 5 Problems & How to Fix Them

The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is nearly three years old and still going strong, but it’s not perfect. Now that it’s 2018 the phone is showing its

Google vs PlayStation, Xbox: what it needs to win in gaming

Google has a presence in almost every aspect of our digital lives, from Internet services to smartphones to digital content distribution to connected homes. But

7 Things to Know About the July Nexus 5X Android 8.1 Update

The July Nexus 5X Android 8.1 Oreo update is here and Google’s new build brings a new batch of security enhancements. Google’s latest Android 8.1

Acer Chromebook Tab 10 review: The first Chrome OS tablet is no iPad killer

Acer’s Chromebook Tab 10 is a Chrome OS-powered tablet that’s cheaper than Apple’s iPad, but it’s far from perfect Pros Cheaper than the entry-level iPad

How to Install Apps on Android 8 Oreo Without Unknown Sources Setting

In this guide we’ll explain how to sideload and install apps on Android 8.0 Oreo now that Google recently changed it. This lets you safely install apps from

Hawkeye Firefly 8SE Review: Specification, Price And Everything you need to know

Needless to mention, the Chinese Market is being gregariously occupied by the Chinese entrants over the last few years. One such newbie is Hawkeye who

18 Things To Look Out For In A Smartphone Camera

The photographic capabilities of smartphones have, actually, become a massive selling point and how well the camera performs is a question most people ask before purchasing

Kodak 50 inch Ultra HD (4K) LED Smart TV Review

Our Verdict The TV has a good panel to make the most of your 4K content (including that available at 60hz), it has 3 HDMI

Channel Master Stream+ review: The ups and downs of an Android TV DVR

A decent subscription-free DVR for cord-cutters, held back by Google, Netflix, and Amazon. The Stream+ is a fairly inexpensive way to record free over-the-air channels,

Tommy Hilfiger TH24/7 You review : It may be a mouthful, but Tommy’s Wear debut has ample bright spots

The Tommy Hilfiger TH24/7 You may still have own of the wildest names in wearable tech, but it’s a smartwatch that is still a relatively

Alcatel A3 10 4G LTE Review

Our Verdict The Alcatel A310 brings with it average performance for 12k. The thing is, you can get a fantastic smartphone for the same price. If the

Wear OS v Fitbit OS: Let the smartwatch OS battle commence

We compare two alternatives to the watchOS packed on the Apple Watch We get it. You’ve seen the Apple Watch and you’re like, yeah, no