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Google Assistant updates, improvements announced at CES 2020

Google usually makes major announcements during the Google I/O which happens May of each year but it’s taking advantage of this year’s biggest tech event. Google has taken the CES floor captive with some important information regarding one of its biggest services–the Google Assistant. The digital assistant has since grown into an effective artificial intelligence-powered […]

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New Chromebooks from ASUS, Lenovo, and Samsung debut at CES 2020

The doors to CES 2020 have opened in Las Vegas. Even before today, a number of OEMs and brands have made announcements and of their new products. Some of the names that teased their new stuff include Klipsch, OnePlus, Samsung, TCL, and Lenovo. On the side, Samsung announced its new mid-range and flagship phones but […]

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TCL foldable phone prototype could cure your Galaxy Fold frustration

Despite the naysayers, it seems that manufacturers are really taking foldable phones seriously. At least enough to create prototypes that do actually work even if they don’t bear the final design of the device. Presuming such a device even gets out the door. One of the latest to join that slowly growing group is TCL […]

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TCL shows off 2020 lineup, foldable device and 5G phone included

The CES 2020 is starting and a number of consumer electronics brands and companies have already starting teasing and showing off their new products. Some have made official announcements like TCL. The tech giant is known for releasing smartphones from different mobile brands like Alcatel, Blackberry, and before Palm. HubblePhone once teamed up with TCL […]

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Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 and Snapdragon 765 details you need to know

The mobile landscape has drastically changed compared to the time it started. First focused on CPU power, the market eventually became obsessed with screens. These days, cameras have become a key factor in purchases with AI working in the background to make some imaging magic possible. Then there’s the 5G thrust of network operators and […]

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Larry Page, Sergey Brin step down, hand over the reins to Pichai

Back in 2013, we remember reporting Andy Rubin being out and Sundar Pichai going in. Google has been through a lot since that time with Pichai helping founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin in many ways. Today, we were surprised to know, although in a good way, that Page and Brin are stepping down as […]

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LG G8X ThinQ Dual Screen review: a few steps shy of perfection

Foldables are the new obsession in the mobile tech industry but we’re still very far from the ideal, especially when it comes to durability and reliability, not to mention the price. But ever since the Sony Tablet P in 2012, some manufacturers have tried to attack that size problem from a different angle, opting to […]

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Honor View 30, Honor View 30 Pro 5G smartphones announced

The Honor View 30 is an obvious follow-up to the Honor View 20 that was unveiled just before 2018 ended. The phone was made available in January and this time, we’re learning about the new View phone from Huawei’s sub-brand. This one is more special because HONOR is adding 5G support. We’re adding this to […]

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Pixel 4 Review: Grand Vision, Underwhelming Execution

Now in its fourth major generation (the Pixel 3a counts only as a half), Google has established the Pixel smartphone to represent what it’s ideal Android phone should be like. Not just the software, as was the case of the Nexus phones, but especially the harmony of hardware and software working together as a whole […]

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OnePlus 7T Pro breaks cover, won’t make OnePlus 7T buyers jealous

Ever since it started doing “T” releases, OnePlus has had a somewhat confusing marketing strategy. By adding a “Pro” to that mix, it practically has four smartphones a year when it started out with just one. Due to that, it has had to make adjustments to when and where each model is launched. And while […]

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OnePlus 7T upgrades the OnePlus 7 Pro into a smaller, more powerful phone

For the US market, OnePlus’ bi-annual launch strategy might be a bit puzzling and, at the same time, almost exasperating. Especially this year, when the company only offered the OnePlus 7 Pro but not the cheaper OnePlus 7. The tables are turned this year but OnePlus fans and hopefuls need not worry. The all-new OnePlus […]

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Amazon launches a slew of new smart products

The Amazon Echo line of products has long been available for those people who believe that being “smart” in life is a necessity. By smart we don’t mean just being intelligent or having a high IQ. It means being connected, automated, and digitized. It’s about going high-tech to making things and tasks easier to accomplish […]

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Huawei Mate 30 Series now official with premium specs, prices

After nine months of anticipation, the new-gen Huawei Mate 30 Series has finally arrived. There is no scarcity of information and leaks but we everybody wants to see the real thing. It’s more exciting because the new Mate 30 phones’ launch would give us a glimpse of the fate of Huawei. The top Chinese OEM […]

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Samsung Galaxy Fold finally relaunched, available tom in Korea

Guess who’s back? Back again is the Samsung Galaxy Fold. Finally and officially, the South Korean tech giant’s first-ever foldable phone that had an embarrassing initial launch is now ready to go public after almost four months of being tested. Samsung has proudly announced that the Galaxy Fold is ready. Tomorrow, September 6, it will […]

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Android 10: All the new features, improvements you need to know

There are so many things to know about the Android 10. Don’t be too overwhelmed because you’ll be learning about them in the coming days, weeks, and months as you experience a new Android OS. It’s no longer a sweet dessert but it will better in many ways. No more wondering and thinking when we’re […]

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