Thursday , March 30 2017

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Dell XPS 13-inch 2-in-1 — First Look

CES is a great time of year for the techno-junkies among us, and one of the more intriguing toys that was announced this year was from an unlikely source — Dell — in the 13-inch 2-in-1 laptop/tablet. Dell’s XPS 13 2-in-1 has a good amount of wow factor, inside an impressively …

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ITU release draft 5G IMT-2020 Minimum Technical Performance Requirements

International Telecommunication Union (ITU) logo

The International Telcommunication Union (ITU) has released draft 5G IMT-2020 minimum technical performance requirements that aim to be “more flexible, reliable and secure … when providing diverse services in the intended three usage scenarios: enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB) ultra-reliable and low-latency communications (URLLC) massive machine type communications (mMTC) These requirements …

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LG G6 leaks in three different colours

The LG G6 may be being announced in only a couple of days time (26th Feb, Barcelona time) but that hasn’t stopped someone from leaking more press renders of it. Today Evan Blass has tweeted out possibly the last leak of the LG G6, a press render of the device …

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Samsung Galaxy S8 official leaks begin

It’s a leaky time of year. Each manufacturer seems to orchestrate hype for their upcoming devices through official and “unofficial” leaks. We have seen many unofficial leaks regarding the Samsung Galaxy S8 and today, courtesy of @EvLeaks, we see the first official leak. With the hashtag #itson Evan Blass has …

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Google Allo for the desktop coming but not soon

To say Google Allo has had a mixed reception is a massive understatement. It was our first introduction to Google Assistant but unfortunately aside from Google Assistant it did not seem to have much going for it. Since that first release Google have been hard at work improving the whole …

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TWRP bringing PC backup support soon

There are many of us who like to play around with the operating system on their phones but of course whenever we do this there is a risk that it may all go pear shaped and we end up with a non-functional phone. This is why every single time Ausdroid …

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