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The Honor Magic 2 3D has a release date

It doesn’t seem so long ago that the Honor Magic 2 launched, but already the Chinese smartphone manufacturer is planning a slightly souped-up remix. The

These could be the first photos of the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus

Following hot on the heels of leaked renders showing the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, we may now have seen the first actual photos of the phone – although

And finally: Apple Watch Series 4 detects AFib with 98% accuracy, says Heart Study

All the whispers and smaller stories from the week gone by Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ll know that Apple took to the

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

Oculus TV puts your VR entertainment under one roof – but it needs more

More services and social features are on the way Earlier this year, Facebook announced something called Oculus TV, a new entertainment platform for watching television

And finally: Samsung Gear Fit 2 Plus name surfaces, fitness tracker tipped to live on

All the other news stories from the week Welcome to another fine instalment of And finally, the only place to find out about the smaller

Samsung’s Mixed Reality Headset Hands-On Review: Premium Sight and Sound

Microsoft’s growing fleet of mixed reality headsets just got bigger. Samsung (Oct. 3) took the wraps off a new headset built to take advantage of

Ricoh Theta V hands-on: 360 camera goes 4K

Ricoh has revealed its brand new 360-degree camera, the Ricoh Theta V, stepping up to 4K video and 3D spatial surround sound audio. Replacing the Theta

Ricoh Theta S Camera Review : 360-Degree Freedom, So-So Quality

THE GOOD Simple to use Produces nice-looking 360-degree photos that can be shared Works with Samsung Gear VR THE BAD Video quality is poor, especially

Kurio Xtreme 2 Tablet Review

The Pros Affordable price; Decent parental controls; Fun, motion-controlled games The Cons Sluggish performance; Short battery life; Relatively dim display Verdict The Kurio Xtreme 2

Adobe Photoshop Sketch Review with iPad Pro and Apple Pencil

Over the past week and a half I’ve been using the app Adobe Photoshop Sketch for iOS with the iPad Pro and Apple Pencil. It’s

Meizu m1 metal review

1. Introduction Meizu’s Blue Charm lineup is leveling up with the latest Meizu m1 metal addition. It keeps the low-budget/high-performance profile but Meizu managed to

Samsung Galaxy A8 review

1. Introduction You don’t need to be the best if you can be the crowd favorite. The Samsung Galaxy A8 is Samsung’s thinnest smartphone yet

Meizu Pro 5 review

1. Introduction Introduction Meizu did such a wonderful job with the MX5 that we were pretty certain a Pro edition wasn’t needed this year. As

Apple iPhone 6s Plus vs. Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+

1. Introduction 3D Touch or curved Edge screen? Metal or glass? LCD or AMOLED? iOS or Android? Speed and silky-smooth response or heavy-duty multitasking? These

Bublcam Review : 360-degrees of spherical camera potential

The Bublcam does one thing very well: describe itself – in its name, in its industrial design, and in its product. While several 360-degree “spherical”

Facebook Messenger now available for Apple Watch

We’ve known that Facebook Messenger was inbound for the Apple Watch; we saw it previewed at Apple’s event last month, in fact. Now the time

Snapchat adds pay-for-Replay and selfie filters

Ephemerality has always been the Snapchat way, but now the self-destructing social network is offering snap replays for a price. In a new update today,

HTC Desire 626 review

Good Stuff Cute two-tone look Fairly good screen Decent value Bad Stuff Mediocre battery life Disappointing camera Slightly suspect build Non-BoomSound speakers While this Desire’s

Facebook Moments update makes videos from photos

Following its June launch, Facebook Moments has received its first big update, which has been pushed out to both the iOS and the Android version.

Huawei Nexus leaks again: Snapdragon 810 and USB-C

Huawei’s Nexus has seemingly leaked again, the second time in less than 24 hours, confirming some of the much-rumored smartphone’s hardware specifications. The alleged in-the-wild

iPhone 7 UK release date, specs & new features rumours: video of unreleased iPhone shell emerges

The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus arrived in September, but now that we’re well into 2015 it’s no surprise that chatter about what’s next

Facebook oversight lets others find you by guessing phone numbers

Just because you mark some of your Facebook data as private doesn’t mean that you’re hard to track down. Software engineer Reza Moaiandin has learned

Facebook adds new messaging options to Pages

  Facebook Pages have become a common way for businesses to stay in contact with their customers, allowing them to post statuses with relevant information

Facebook Messenger launches globally to sign up without a Facebook account

Facebook has announced that its Messenger is now globally available for users who want to sign up without a Facebook Account. According to thenextweb.com, David

Xiaomi Mi5 to be announced July 16 – Rumor

  Anticipation has been building for several weeks now about a possible announcement from manufacturer Xiaomi on their next Mi smartphone. We’ve recently seen leaks

Everyone will need to be a little patient with virtual reality: Facebook CTO Mike Schroepfer

Facebook, the world’s largest social network, acquired two-year-old Oculus in July last year for $2 billion, making a bet that the untested technology will emerge

Facebook’s iOS app update finally lets users customize News Feed

Following a limited test of the feature back in May, Facebook is finally giving users what they’ve wanted most: the ability to customize and filter

Snapchat adds sponsored Geofilters, starting with McDonald’s

Snapchat is experimenting with ways of turning ephemeral pic-sharing into a revenue stream. Instead of making the end-consumer pay, the app is turning to big

Facebook gages attention to bypass lackluster “Likes”

Facebook doesn’t need you to “Like” something any more to know you’re interested: just by taking the time to read, the ever-seeing algorithm is learning.