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TOZO T10 Review

Well folks, it’s that time again. Straight from the labyrinthine depths of the Amazon distribution center are another pair of cheap Chinese true wireless earbuds.

dbrand Teardown limited edition phone skins let you fake transparent backs

Most consumers delight in the colorful gradients that some phones these days sport but there are a few that revel in seeing the things that

i7s TWS Earbuds Review: Does this AirPods Clone Worth Buying?

When talk about the Apple AirPods, you must have known some fake AirPods. Those have a similar appearance and similar sound quality to the real

Xiaomi Mi Smartwatch VS Apple Watch 5 VS Samsung Galaxy Watch: Full Specifications Compare

Xiaomi Mi Smartwatch will be officially released at 2: 00 p.m. Beijing time on November 5, 2019. Many friends think Xiaomi Mi Watch is very

First look: Panasonic MegaCon 4K Dual Panel LCD TV

Before going any further, let’s clear up right away the thinking behind the rather unfortunate name Panasonic has given to the new screen technology it’s

Take that Intel 10th-gen ‘Comet Lake’ CPU leak with a massive grain of salt

Don’t believe everything you read on the Internet. We don’t usually like to report on rumors here at PCWorld because, well, they’re usually (but not

Fake Samsung App Fools 10 Million Users: What to Do

App in Google Play isn’t from Samsung, charges for free software A scammy-seeming Android app promises an easy way to get firmware and security updates

Fake AirPods vs Real AirPods: SCAM or BOON?

Let’s talk Fake AirPods vs AirPods Being a music enthusiast, the device I listen from matters the most. I was honestly surprised when I first

Lenovo Ego smartwatch review: Number of good features, but needs polishing

Lenovo is entering the smart wearable segment in India and it has a new smartwatch for the market, its very first product called the Ego, which

How to Spot a Fake SD Card

It’s not that easy to spot a fake SD card from a legit one, especially if you aren’t entirely sure of an SD card’s specifics.

And finally: Smartwatches hotbed of fake Amazon reviews

This week’s news in brief Welcome to And Finally, our round up of the week’s smaller tidbits of news. While the headlines this week were dominated

Asus Shadow Hammer: You’re probably not important enough to have been hacked – but here’s how you can check

Asus has responded to claims that a compromised version of its Live Update tool has infected thousands of devices, stressing that the attack was targeted

Core i9-9900K vs. Ryzen 2800X: Totally fake benchmarks!

We benchmark the hype, leaks, and fan hysteria surrounding the PC’s next big CPU fight. Intel’s rumored “Ryzen-Killing” 5GHz Core i9-9900K and AMD’s rumored “Core i9-Killing”

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

ARCore and ARKit: what AR on your phone can do for you

Mobile augmented reality isn’t really new. Even before Oculus, Vive, and HoloLens, there were already traces of the use of AR on our phones, from

Dawnwood GT-36 Hands-on Review : Unboxing and initial impressions

Beauty isn’t everything. There’s an old song by Jimmy Soul that goes: “if you wanna be happy for the rest of your life, never make

ReSound LiNX 3D Hearing Aids REVIEW : Sound Has Never Been So Clear

Change the quality of your hearing through the aid of the LiNX 3D from ReSound. In my early 20s, I started noticing that I was

2018 Honda Accord first drive: No more bland

I know what you’re thinking: “It’s a Honda Accord. Skip to the mileage estimates and whether or not there’s room for a car seat in the back,

Voyager to the Pacifica: 2017 Chrysler Pacifica vs. 1984 Plymouth Voyager – Comparison Tests

Chrysler’s revolutionary 1984 minivan casts a spell on the evolutionary 2017 Pacifica. There was a Ghostbusters movie in 1984, and there’s one this year. Game

2016 Triumph Thruxton R – RIDE REVIEW

Contemplating the Amal Monoblock “carburetors” on this 2016 Triumph Thruxton R, I am reminded of an expression of a friend of mine who used to

PowerUp 3.0 Drone Review

THE GOOD Small, light addition to a paper plane Easy to use software Decent speed THE BAD Controls are limited Requires a lot of space

Blu Vivo 5 Review

Hardware Blu is selling the Vivo 5 directly to consumers unlocked. This Android device is slim, attractive, and made from good materials. It boasts a

ProHawk UAV is a modern flying scarecrow

Who needs a fake man made of hay when you can scare birds away with an autonomous drone? The new ProHawk UAV from Bird-X imitates

2015 Moto Guzzi V7 II First Ride Review

I have to begin this article with one of my periodic confessions: I have very mixed feelings about the whole Retro Bike scene. To put

2016 Triumph Street Twin First Ride Review

Hitting the Sweet Spot – Triumph Street Twin Hitting the sweet spot is one of the few clichés with which I can really empathize. It’s

Galaxy S5 Android Marshmallow update: mistake or fake?

This month we’ve seen more than our fair share of Samsung Galaxy smartphone Marshmallow update videos, and through the sorting we’ve come to one conclusion.

ZTE Axon Elite review: ZTE takes security to the next level with the Axon Elite smartphone

ZTE takes security to the next level with the Axon Elite smartphone, a 4G phablet you can unlock with your eyes, voice or finger. UK PRICE

ZTE Axon review: a powerhouse that punches above its weight

A few weeks ago, I got a look at a curious kind of mobile marketing head-fake: A new company called “Axon” no one had ever

Sprint’s CEO is tired of T-Mobile’s ‘Uncarrier bullshit’

John Legere is famous for being the sweariest man in the mobile industry, but it looks as if Sprint’s Marcelo Claure now wants a run