Made from multiple thermoacrylics, this protective skin case is highly elastic and resistant to oils. Say goodbye to annoying fingerprints! The back features a matte finish with a glossy edging that enhances the grip around your device.




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The recently launched Samsung Pay payment system already has a new promotion to get people to sign up. It will allow users to get either a free wireless charging pad for their smartphone or, if they are on Verizon, up to a $50 rebate towards the purchase of such a pad.




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Beginning the day after the announcement of the HTC One A9, HTC started publishing updates to its apps in the Google Play store. The HTC Speak app was the first app updated on 21 OCT and the HTC Scribble app … Read More




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Whoa, nelly. This week we’ve got our first look at Samsung’s freaking 18-inch family-sized tablet. Plus we’ve reviewed the LG V10 and HTC One A9 — and we’ll tell you what you need to know about this Chrome merging with Android thing.

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Samsung has created a beautiful smartwatch, with smooth lines and innovative elements.

The Samsung Gear S2 review has our definitive take on the new smartwatch, with all of the details covered. Being a smartwatch doesn’t mean that it’s less deserving of a second opinion though.

I’ve been using the Sony Smartwatch 3 for a while, as it was the best fit on my wrist out of the Android Wear offerings we’ve seen so far, but I’ve been looking forward to something a bit smaller and sleeker. I switched to give the Gear S2 a shot, and see if it’s size and design could make up for running on Tizen instead of Android Wear. I’ve been using it now for a week, paired with a Samsung Galaxy S6 edge.

Here are my thoughts on the newest wrist computer from Samsung.




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A new update is rolling out for the Xperia Z5 and Z5 Compact. The update appears to offer a fix for the “Stagefright” exploit. The update pushes the software for the phones to build number 32.0.A.6.152.




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LG V10 review

30 October 2015

The quick take

The LG V10 is a bigger, beefier LG G4 with more camera features, a Second Screen and two front-facing cameras for dual-angle selfies. And it’s not a bad phone by any stretch of the imagination. But it’s really big, and really beefy.




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To combat the “side effects” of missing its own quarterly guidance, HTC will no longer be providing quarterly earnings guidance. HTC has always issues earnings guidance on its quarterly earnings calls, giving investors an idea of how much money the … Read More




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This week’s Android app follows the suit of the HTC Theme of the Week in honor of Halloween! Earn to Die in a zombie killer thriller. Saddle up in your ride and drive through as many zombies as you can … Read More




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LG has announced that its latest smartphone, the LG V10, will begin shipping to a few markets around the world this week. On deck for the first shipments are the U.S., China and Hong Kong. LG says that other markets throughout North America, Europe, Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East will see shipments begin throughout the fourth quarter.

While LG doesn’t mention any specific dates outside of “this week,” it does say that availability will be announced locally. For those of us in the U.S., at least, AT&T has committed to carrying the V10 in-store starting next Friday, November 6, so we wouldn’t imagine other carriers are too far off. And speaking of the U.S., you can already get your order in for the smartphone at AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon.




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