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This new iPad Pro bend test raises some questions

How much pressure should the new iPad Pro stand up to before its aluminum and glass bends? That’s the question being asked today, after a

2020 Toyota Corolla sedan official: Sharper and safer

It could well be Toyota’s most important car, and so the 2020 Corolla is leaving nothing to chance. The sedan version of the 12th generation

Roku TV Wireless Speakers release date confirmed: What you need to know

Home movie night is about to get louder, with Roku’s TV Wireless Speakers set to begin shipping at the end of the week. The company

The 2018 Porsche Panamera 4 E-Hybrid Sport Turismo is the perfect hybrid

It was pretty clear when Porsche announced the 2018 Panamera 4 E-Hybrid Sport Turismo that it wasn’t going to be your normal hybrid. The closest

Aston Martin DBX SUV revealed as latest luxe truck

The Aston Martin BDX has been given its production name, with the automaker’s first SUV already undergoing testing. The move sees Aston Martin join the

Huawei in 2019: four cameras, foldable phones, flagship stores

Although it started off on the wrong foot, 2018 has surprisingly been good to Huawei. It now has two rock-solid flagships smartphones that top the

Samsung Linux on DeX beta hands-on: do almost everything on your phone

Google seems to be pushing Chrome OS as the one platform to rule them all. Samsung now seems to be singing a slightly different tune,

Intel speeds up 5G modem plans – and the 2020 iPhone could benefit

Intel is pulling forward its most important 5G modem launch, dragging up the roadmap in a move that could have big implications for the new

The 2018 BMW i3s is seriously underrated in one key way

In a growing line-up of electrified options, the 2018 BMW i3s still somehow stands out. Much has been made of the i3’s divisive external design,

Amazon ordered to hand over Echo recordings in double murder

Smart speakers like the Amazon Echo, Google Home speakers, and Apple HomePod are becoming more and more common in houses. But more than just homes

2018 Audi TT RS Review: The Best Luxury Sports Car for the Money

I’ve never been a fan of the Audi TT, the shape is too bulbous for my liking and I’ve found previous generations underpowered. So, it’s

The latest Apple teardowns have surprisingly good news

Fans of DIY gadget repairs haven’t had much good news over the past few years, but there are signs the tides may be changing –

Apple’s headphones: Let’s look at plans at the USPTO

Remember when Apple acquired Beats by Dre, and they suddenly cornered the headphones market worldwide? Since that happened, the company released a pair of wireless

OnePlus 6T teardown reveals under-screen camera secrets

As magical as fingerprint on displays or FoDs might sound, they are not so different from their regular optical sensor counterparts. They are practically just

Satechi iPad Pro USB-C hub sticks to basics

The Satechi “Aluminum Type-C Mobile Pro Hub Adapter” is the company’s newest release, aimed directly at iPad Pro. This USB-C hub works with a wide

Galaxy F foldable phone: A clearer look

Today we’re taking a slightly closer look at the Samsung Galaxy F – assuming that’s what Samsung will call its Foldable Phone. This week Samsung

Samsung Infinity Flex foldable phone revealed

Today with the Samsung Infinity Flex display, Samsung revealed their foldable smartphone. This device has two displays, one on the outside that looks a lot

The Samsung foldable phone needs to explain “why” not just “how

If the rumors and teasing is true, Samsung is about to show us its long-anticipated foldable smartphone. Variously known as the Galaxy X or, more

Palm Phone (2018) Review: A sign of future greatness

The resurrected Palm brand had an idea for a very tiny smartphone-like device that was more like a smartwatch than it was a mobile phone.

OnePlus 6T: What you’re not getting and why

The OnePlus 6T might be the near perfect Android phone, especially for its price. Especially if you’re not too picky about not having a vanilla

Palm phone unboxing: Look at this tiny thing!

There is a very, very tiny smartphone out in the wild right now and it goes by the name PALM. This device is unique in

Samsung Chromebook Plus LTE released: Worth it?

The Samsung Chromebook Plus LTE for 2018 was put on sale today – so let’s take a look at what’s new. This isn’t an all-new

iPad Pro buyer’s caution: 5 tips to consider

The iPad Pro 2018 in both iterations come with a few idiosyncrasies that might not be obvious to all buyers. Today we’re running down a

Best flagship Android smartphones of 2018

It is done. This year’s Android players have now all shown their hand. With the shopping and holiday seasons fast approaching, it’s also time to

How do I get a free Google Home Mini from Spotify?

This week the folks at Google and Spotify teamed up to deliver the Google Home Mini to families across the United States. This plays in

2019 BMW 8 Series Convertible revealed: This is the M850i droptop

The 2019 BMW 8 Series is a unique car for BMW. It’s not as plush or excessively luxurious as the Mercedes-Benz S-Class Coupe, nor is

Android needs tablet-friendly apps now more than ever

Android tablets are dead. The nail in the coffin was the Google Pixel Slate, not the first Chrome OS tablet but the most notable. With

Lenovo Z5 Pro sliding camera, notchless design confirmed in leak

Remember the Lenovo Z5? Yes, that smartphone that Lenovo itself hyped with a bezel-less and notchless design which turned out to have a notch after

I love the MacBook but it’s getting lost

Creatives have a shiny new iPad Pro, while MacBook Air die-hards have an all-new Retina model, but where does that leave the 12-inch MacBook? Apple’s

Apple Pencil 2: Five things you need to know

Apple’s new iPad Pro models also brought along a new accessory: the second-generation Apple Pencil 2. The updated digital stylus promises not only to address