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LG V40 ThinQ is still coming in three months

In the past 11 months, there have actually been three V series phones launched by LG: the V30, the V30S ThinQ, and, most recently, the V35 ThinQ. Four if you count the exclusive V30+.

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LG V30 now available from carriers, including T-Mobile

LG seems to have the worst timing this year, even, and especially, when it tried to actually steer clear of its competitors. It launched the LG G6 ahead of the Galaxy S8 but had to make do with last year’s Snapdragon 820

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Xiaomi Mi Note 3 is like the Mi 6, only bigger and slower

While Xiaomi had two superstars at its press event, it also had something prepared for those with less dazzling needs in a smartphone.

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Xiaomi Mi Max 2 teardown hints at an easy to repair mid-ranger

If you presumed that gigantic phablets have gone the way of the Dodo bird, Xiaomi tried to prove you wrong last month. It launched the Mi Max 2, a second generation giant, with surprisingly positive sales numbers. But is bigger really better, especially when it comes to repairability

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Volvo will perform China’s most advanced self-driving car tests

Volvo has announced plans to conduct China’s “most advanced autonomous driving experiment,” and it’ll involve up to 100 cars. According to the auto maker, efforts to get the experiment underway will be taking place “in the coming months,” though which cities it will happen in hasn’t been determined — Volvo says it will start talking with potential cities soon

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LG G5’s modular design makes teardown and repair a breeze

LG has always bucked the trend when it came to certain features that its peers were seemingly throwing away. Particularly, it has stuck to replaceable batteries and microSD cards even when almost everyone else turned away from them.

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Bethesda outlines Doom Open Beta, DLC plans

It's been quite some time since we've gotten to play a new Doom title, so it's no wonder that people are wanting to get their hands on the game as soon as possible.

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Quantum Break DRM bug turns your character into a pirate

Different companies have different ways of dealing with piracy. Some will try to lock a game down with harsh DRM, which can sometimes backfire and prevent the game from being played by paying users. Others will simply use an Easter egg to shame pirates into (hopefully) purchasing a copy of the game

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Facebook: Messenger basketball game played by many, mastered by few

Last month, Facebook updated Messenger with a “hidden” basketball game in honor of March Madness, and now it is back with some stats: as expected, tens of millions of people played the game, which simply involves swiping your finger to flick a basketball into a basket.

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Sony UMC-S3C compact high-sensitivity 4K camera arrives in August

Sony has introduced its new UMC-S3C, a compact 4K camera promised to offer high-sensitivity in a lightweight body. According to the company, the UMC-S3C has the highest sensitivity of any camera in its class, and enables users to record Ultra HD video in dim and dark conditions. In addition to recording 4k video, the camera can also snap 12-megapixel still … Continue reading

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