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2018’s iPhone decision is so much harder

We’re a long way from the days where the hardest iPhone decision was what color you should choose. The arrival of the Plus devices, with the iPhone 6 Plus back in 2015, made things a little trickier, though even then it was a fairly straightforward choice where size corresponded with specifications. With the arrival of the 2018 iPhones, however, Apple … Continue reading

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Withings Steel HR Sport Review: Analog style with a smart heart

Withings wrote the book on making a fitness wearable that wasn’t an ugly hunk of rubber on your wrist: now, it wants the Steel HR Sport to do the same for smartwatches. Freshly returned to original co-founder Eric Carreel after a stint as Nokia Digital Health, this first product under new management argues you don’t need to sacrifice classic watch … Continue reading

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The Top 6 Supercars for Under $200k

The car world is abuzz with record-breaking hypercars such as the Bugatti Chiron, Pagani Huayra BC, Koenigsegg Agera RS, Porsche 918, and Ferrari LaFerrari. But there’s a problem.

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BMW Vision iNEXT previews 2021 EV

Five days, three continents, and four cities: Munich, New York, San Francisco, and Beijing. It may sound like the itinerary of a famous rock band’s world tour, but it’s actually something even more exclusive.

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Popcornphone F1 first impressions: We go macro

The Pocophone F1 (aka POCO F1) from Poco by Xiaomi is a lightning bolt that’s shook the lower-end smartphone market worldwide. This device was launched to do battle with brands like OnePlus in India, but with the specifications and price this device is paired with, it’s not difficult to see why it’s made headlines.

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Apple September 12 event: What to expect

Everything we expect from the Apple event set to take place on September 12th, 2018 is here. We’re looking at a whole new set of iPhones, living in that iPhone X notch universe, all with Face ID and no less than a top-notch budget option for the masses.

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Mercedes’ EQ Silver Arrow proves heritage and electrification can coexist

It’s a good year if you like single-seater electric cars. Three such concepts were brought along to Pebble Beach: Infiniti had its Prototype 10, an evolution of the more retro Prototype 9 from last year, while Audi’s PB18 e-tron put a more futuristic spin on the idea. Mercedes’ car took a different tack, but was no less striking for it.

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No Man’s Sky NEXT finally got me to take the plunge

As far as gaming redemption stories go, there are few that are as incredible as that of No Man’s Sky. Developers – and more specifically excited studio leads – mess up all the time when it comes to hyping up a game, but few did it to the astonishing degree that Hello Games founder Sean Murray did with No Man’s … Continue reading

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5 more uses for your phone: Pages you’ve not yet turned!

The second in a line of ways and means with which you’ll be able to unlock the full use of your smartphone is here today.

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TicWatch Pro Review: One smartwatch, two screens

We may still argue about the usefulness of smartwatches, but few would disagree that a wearable with a flat battery is no use at all. The TicWatch Pro running Wear OS by Google wants to make sure that’s not an accusation you can level at it, using a clever twin screen system of stacked panels, one for full functionality, the … Continue reading

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