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Samsung Galaxy A5 — Review

Samsung generally make great hardware, and the tens of millions of devices sold suggest that it’s well liked generally by many customers. In recent history Samsung have had one or two flagships available for the top end users who want the best on offer right now, but also a slew …

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Did an image of the OnePlus 2 leak on Weibo?

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We’ve less than a month till the OnePlus 2 is announced at a global, virtual event so we’re pretty certain that hardware design is finalised by now. With that, it’s pretty hard to stop a phone from leaking and it’s possible it may have leaked on Chinese social media site …

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Happy 4th Birthday Google+

Google+ Birthday

On this day in Google history, we remember the introduction four years ago of Google’s current social network: Google+. Google introduced their social network in a blog post on the main Google Blog four years ago today with this introduction: Today, the connections between people increasingly happen online. Yet the …

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DJI Phantom 3 — This is one hell of a lot of fun

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Not content with just reviewing a GoPro, we wanted to go the next step further, and review something that’s absolutely insanely fun. Action cameras are great and all, but you have to attach them to something — a car, a motorbike, your head, your dog .. generally something that can’t really …

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Fast Qi Charging On The Way

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Qi charging hit our phones several years ago and while it was very early tech many of us jumped in with both feet. Early versions of the chargers heated the phones to unsafe levels while effectively only trickle charging the phones. The slow charging of the phones by way of …

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Google shows off Always-On Android Wear apps

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The recent 5.1.1 update opened up a lot of new functions and features on the Android Wear platform. Wrist flick gestures to view cards without swiping, Wi-Fi (on compatible hardware) and of course the Always-on screen for apps. Google has this morning shown of a selection of Android Wear apps …

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