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Panasonic Toughbook CF-33 gets the 2-in-1 Windows 10 treatment

2-in-1 tablets running Windows 10 are on the rise, especially at MWC 2017.

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This is how much the LG G6 will cost

It is the case these days that, with some exception, most companies don’t completely reveal critical availability details for a newly announced product. And by “critical”, we mean when it will actually start selling and for how much. This gives said companies enough time to adjust their figures in between announcement and launch.

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Twitch will soon let you purchase the games you watch

With all of the changes Twitch has been making recently, you’d be forgiven if you thought it was beginning to move away from video games as its main focus.

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Alcatel PLUS 12 Windows 2-in-1 puts LTE in the keyboard

Windows 10 tablets, be it detachable 2-in-1s or convertibles are becoming more common that it’s getting harder to stand out from the crowd.

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Amazon said to be developing its own suite of office productivity apps

For the longest time, there have been two titan when it comes to office productivity software: the ever enduring Microsoft Office suite, and the more recent web-based Google Docs. But there soon could be a new challenger in the form of Amazon, as sources have indicated the company is planning to beef up its Amazon Web Services (AWS) platform with … Continue reading

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Nokia 5 and Nokia 3 join Nokia 6 in global Android launch

Nokia isn’t counting on nostalgia for the 3310 alone to reboot its brand, with the Nokia 6 now sitting atop a trio of Android smartphones.

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Huawei Watch 2 and Watch 2 Classic unveiled

Along with announcing the their new P10 & P10 Plus smartphones, Huawei is using Mobile World Congress 2017 to unveil a pair of new smartwatches. Arriving two years after the company’s first wearable are the Huawei Watch 2 and its sibling, the Huawei Watch 2 Classic. Powered by Android Wear 2.0, the smartwatches feature a stunning design, improved battery life, … Continue reading

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Study: Neanderthal genes are still affecting humans

Neanderthals haven’t existed for the better part of 40,000 years, but their genes continue to affect present day humans in important ways.

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Google’s group sharing app Spaces is being shuttered

Google has a lot of messaging and social apps/services these days, but today the company revealed that it’s putting one of the lesser-known options out to pasture: the group sharing and messaging service Spaces. Launched less than a year ago, Spaces was designed for users to organize group conversations and sharing based on specific topics. Essentially Spaces was Google’s take … Continue reading

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Apple investigating video of exploding iPhone 7 Plus

Earlier this week a video began circulating on the internet of an iPhone 7 Plus experiencing its own Galaxy Note 7 moment: emitting a large amount of smoke as it partially explodes. The device belonged to Arizona-based Brianna Olivas, who shared video of the event on Twitter. Fortunately no one was injured, and the 18-year-old says it the phone was … Continue reading

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