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Google ARCore: Is it finally available on your phone?

Google has introduced its augmented reality app to a bucketload of recent Android phones. Check here to see if your phone is one of those

Mates no more? Microsoft yanks Huawei MateBook laptops from official Store

Huawei’s line of Matebook laptops including the recently released MateBook X Pro refresh have disappeared from Microsoft’s official Store. In the wake of Google suspending

Cat B35 review

At first glance, this chunky feature phone appears to be way out of its depth among the many rugged smartphones we have been testing recently, but the Cat

SCOSCHE STUCKUP Qi review: A nearly perfect mobile Qi charger mount

You are also able to rotate the mount to landscape or portrait. That’s super nice when using apps like Waze or Google Maps. Now that

Google Lens: 6 new features we can’t wait to try out

With everything from text recognition to real-time results, Google Lens is leaping into the future. We all know Google as a powerhouse for search results

Fossil Q Control review: All style and no substance

The Q Control is Fossil’s first to include a heart-rate monitor, but it lacks other essential fitness features Pros Looks good Google Assistant Plenty of

Echo Show vs Lenovo Smart Display vs JBL Link View: New year, new smart display devices

While Amazon’s Alexa is liberally stamping itself all over the world of technology, the fight isn’t yet over, with Google staging what might look like the defence of

Waze Android Auto hands-on: The reason for Android-in-the-car

Ask any Android Auto user what app they’ve been most eagerly awaiting, and the answer will probably be Waze. Sure, Google Maps is one of

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

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

Android N: Everything you need to know about Android 7.0

Android has been making some big moves recently, redesigning and adding functionality to the mobile operating system to make it more capable and more competitive.

Android N: What to expect from Android 7.0

Android has been making some big moves recently, redesigning and adding functionality to the mobile operating system to make it more capable and more competitive.

Huawei G8 review

1. Introduction Huawei may not be a full member just yet but it’s keener than most to follow the club’s dress code. Elaborate exteriors are

Fossil Q Founder Review

THE GOOD Attractive design Can always display time THE BAD Bulky design will turn off some Wireless charger is crazy large No heart-rate monitor VERDICT

How to get transit directions using Maps in iOS 9

iOS 9 finally brings public transit directions to Apple Maps. Watch how you can get from point A to point B using trains, buses, and

Google Street View app makes spherical photos useful

Several years ago Google introduced their own take on spherical photo capture in Android. They pushed this functionality to Street View, their own real-world-capture system

How to use Google Maps offline mode on iOS, Android

The moment your phone reads “No service,” Google Maps suddenly drops out. That is, unless you’ve saved your maps for offline access. With this feature,

Google Maps on iOS won’t blind you at night anymore

When you’re using Google Maps in the dark, the iOS app’s blinding bright white display can kill your night vision. Good thing then that a

Moto X Review

  Motorola needed to reinvent itself, and the Moto X is the result of that forced evolution. Guided – albeit at a remove – by

3 new features in Google Maps 9.8 on Android

Google Maps 9.8 has three new features that help manage location photos, details and your schedule.   Nicole Cozma.   Version 9.8 of the Google

Moto X (2014) Review: Finally, a true Motorola flagship

  Motorola never quite got the praise it deserved with the originalMoto X, the company’s decision to step off the specs bandwagon unduly masked by