Google Home PRICE CRASH as smart speaker receives a major upgrade

Google Home is the American tech giant’s connected home range that staunchly rivals the Amazon Echo. Just like the Echo, the Google Home comes in multiple models that vary in price and form factor. The standard Google Home offers a good compromise between size and sound while the Google Home Mini certainly degrades some of its audio quality in exchange […]

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Galaxy Fold is incredibly popular but Samsung’s device could have a big problem

Galaxy Fold is undeniably futuristic; the hardware comes a clamshell design, has two displays and a whopping six cameras. The pliable product presents a 4.6-inch cover screen when folded and a colossal 7.3-inch panel when unfolded. Powering the South Korean tech giant’s foldable powerhouse is Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 chipset that is accompanied by a monstrous 12GB of RAM and a […]

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Want a OnePlus 6T in Thunder Purple? This may be your last chance to buy it

OnePlus 6T was announced back in October and succeeded the OnePlus 6 as the Chinese firm’s most premium device. As is the case with most “T” upgrades from the company, the 6T was certainly more of an incremental improvement for the product line than a substantial overhaul. That is because the OnePlus 6T retained a familiar design to its predecessor, […]

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Windows 10 WARNING: Your PC could be at RISK if you have this app installed

Windows 10 is the newest version of Microsoft operating system that succeeded Windows 7 back in 2015. An application that comes pre-installed on Windows 10 devices is Internet Explorer, a web browser that has been around since 1995. However, it appears having the programme installed on your computer could allow hackers to steal your data, according to security researcher John […]

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OnePlus 7 release – New details about this flagship could be revealed TOMORROW

OnePlus 7 is the presumed name for the Chinese tech giant’s newest flagship handset that has been tipped to introduce myriad changes to the product line. The first, and perhaps most controversial of these, has been said to be the implementation of a pop-up selfie camera. Such an aesthetic has already been seen on hardware from OPPO and Vivo. Alleged […]

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Galaxy Note 9 update – A huge detail may have been revealed about Samsung’s next phablet

Galaxy Note 9 was unveiled in August and it is anticipated its successor will debut at around the same time of year in 2019. It is presumed Samsung’s next phablet will be called the Galaxy Note 10 although such a detail has not been confirmed. Ahead of its debut later this year, numerous reports have emerged surrounding the device and […]

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Mate 20 Pro update – Huawei could soon bring this phone up to speed with the P30 Pro

Huawei Mate 20 Pro debuted back in October and took the smartphone world by storm with its diverse camera system and innovative features such as reverse wireless charging. The former in particular remains one of the best on a smartphone and is capable of taking incredible snaps. Mate 20 Pro’s camera system is comprised of a 40-megapixel main sensor, a […]

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WhatsApp dark mode: How to turn on dark mode in WhatsApp chat

WhatsApp is a popular app used by millions around the globe to connect with their contacts, all over the world. And the free messaging app is set to get an aesthetic upgrade. WhatsApp is about to offer an unilluminated interface, known as dark mode. The internet is primarily presented as black text on a white background. But there is a growing […]

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WhatsApp on Android: How to stop WhatsApp saving photos on Android phone

WhatsApp is regularly used by 1.5 billion people around the world. The popular chat platform is incredibly successful as it allows pictures, videos and even files to be sent for free. But WhatsApp does have it drawbacks, as the app automatically downloads this media to your phone, swallowing data allowance and consuming storage. How to stop WhatsApp saving photos on […]

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Internet Explorer exploit REVEALED: Hackers can steal your data even if you DON’T use IE

Microsoft’s Internet Explorer (IE) was revolutionary when it made its debut in 1995. The web browser was at one point so popular it peaked with a 95 percent usage share in 2003. However following stiff competition from Firefox and Google Chrome, the browser went into swift decline, as evidenced by its many security vulnerabilities. Security researcher John Page has discovered […]

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