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Samsung and Apple reportedly sign OLED iPhone deal

Apple and Samsung may be constantly embroiled in lawsuits in the courtroom but the two companies are very capable of actually working together. Samsung has been one of Apple’s ‘go to’ suppliers for years and it looks like that won’t be changing anytime soon as reports coming out this week …

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Dell XPS 15 (2016) Review

Dell has been producing some of the most powerful gaming laptops since well before it purchased Alienware almost exactly a decade ago. The original XPS Gen2 was one of the most potent gaming laptops in its day, and the XPS brand has been synonymous with entertainment prowess ever since. However, …

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More details about upcoming iPhone SE leak online

We have been hearing rumors about Apple’s plans for a new 4-inch iPhone for over a year now but the time has finally come, with Apple set to make an official announcement next week. However, as usual, the Internet has got its hands on details ahead of time so now …

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Apple loses video streaming patent suit in Germany

Apple is in and out of the court room with lawsuits constantly and while most of the time the company can work its way out of tough situations, this week Apple lost in a video streaming patent case in Germany to OpenTV. Back in 2014, OpenTV filed a lawsuit against …

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Steve Wozniak isn’t too sure on the Apple Watch

While Steve Wozniak may not work at Apple anymore, he is still pretty outspoken on the company’s plans and products. Recently, the Apple co-founder was asked what he thought current CEO, Tim Cook, was doing right or wrong and it seems that Wozniak may still be unsure on the Apple’s …

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Razer has just launched the new Blade Gaming Laptop

Razer has consistently impressed over the last few years with its 14-inch gaming notebook known as the Razer Blade and today, it has refreshed the laptop with new specifications. The new Razer Blade gets bumped up to Intel’s latest Skylake Intel Core i7-6700HQ quad-core processor, it also gets a bump …

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Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge go on sale today

Samsung’s new pair of flagship smartphones for 2016 are going on sale today. From today, you should be able to get hold of a Galaxy S7 or a Galaxy S7 Edge in the US, UK and Australia. If you have been following news on both devices, then you will likely …

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HTC could be set to make Nexus phones for next three years

Google has often switched between different smartphone makers on an almost yearly basis for its Nexus devices. However, this year that could change, we have already been hearing rumours that HTC is set to make this year’s Nexus flagship but the company could be on board for the next two …

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Google just launched Android N much earlier than expected

While traditionally Google has waited until the Summer to announce its next version of Android, followed by a final public release towards the end of the year, the company seems to be shaking things up for 2016. Google has today launched the first Android N developer preview, there will be …

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Google to issue Nexus 5X update to fix performance issues

Back when the Nexus 5X first launched, some users had issues when it came to performance, with slowdown, lag and crashing issues popping up. Fixing these problems could also require rebooting the phone entirely, which is odd since Nexus devices are supposed to run Android better than most. Fortunately for …

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Apple to pay out £315 million in eBook price fixing case

Apple has officially lost its appeal to get out of paying a £315 million fine for conspiring to fix the prices of eBooks in order to push out competitors. A US Supreme Court rejected Apple’s appeal this week, sticking to the original ruling that Apple had violated antitrust laws by …

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Importing a Samsung Galaxy S7 gets you a faster phone

Where you buy your smartphone from doesn’t usually matter, but when it comes to the Samsung Galaxy S7, it does. That’s because the UK’s version will come fitted with an Exynos 8890 processor, while U.S. buyers will have the same handset fitted with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820. While that wouldn’t matter …

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Google says promo video had ‘inaccurate UI’

Update: Earlier this week, a promotional video for Google Maps popped up on the web, showing off what looked like a generic Android device running what could be a newer version of Android. One of the key things that people spotted was the lack of app drawer button on the …

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Apple shipped over 11 million Apple Watches last year

The Apple Watch is approaching one-year-old and while the smartwatch didn’t blow people away in the same way the iPhone did back in 2007, it has sold very well indeed. According to reports surfacing this week, Apple has shipped 11.6 million watches since launch, making it the third most popular wearable …

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Motorola admits that the Nexus 6 was too big

Back in 2014, Google made a huge change to its Nexus smartphone release lineup with the Motorola-built Nexus 6. The device had a massive 6-inch screen and aimed to capture the high-end market, which was a step away from the cheaper, sensibly sized Nexus devices released in previous years. Now …

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Apple to bring Siri to Mac this year

After years of speculation on the topic, it looks like Apple will finally be bringing Siri to Mac OS X this year according to new reports. Right now it is believed that this year’s OS X update is codenamed ‘Fuji’ and Siri will be one of the big flagship features. …

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Sony apparently won’t be launching an Xperia Z6

With giants like Samsung and Apple continuing to dominate the market for years on end it can be easier to forget about the less successful mobile makers, like Sony. Sony has consistently produced highly-rated devices in its Xperia Z series but unfortunately, it hasn’t quite caught on in the way …

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