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Amazon’s New Kindle Paperwhite is Lighter, Waterproof, and Packs Double the Storage for $129

Today, Amazon announced an upgraded version of the Kindle Paperwhite, the first update the device has seen since 2015. The new Kindle Paperwhite will cost $129 when it goes on sale November 7th. So what’s new? A lot, actually. Amazon tweaked the design of the

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Huawei’s Mate 20 X is a Giant 7.2-inch Gaming Smartphone

Over the last year or two, we’ve seen the rise of gaming-centric smartphones -smartphones designed with gamers in mind. Razer and Xiaomi have become the pioneers of the segment, while other companies load up their mainstream devices with specifications that are more appealing to those

watchOS 5.1 Beta 4 Now Available for Testing

Apple has released the fourth beta of watchOS 5.1 for testing on the Apple Watch. This comes nearly a week after the third build was seeded to testers. watchOS 5.1 will likely focus more on bug fixes and security enhancements over new features for the

Apple Releases iOS 12.1 Beta 4 for Testing

After almost a week since the third build was seeded, Apple today began rolling out the fourth beta of iOS 12.1. This new build can be tested on the iPhone and iPad before it’s rolled out to the general public in the near future. Registered

Samsung’s Chromebook Plus V2 Gets an LTE Variant

This past summer, Samsung unveiled the successor to 2017’s Chromebook Plus. Called the Chromebook Plus V2, the laptop featured a 2-in-1 design with improved specs, an S Pen, and Chrome OS onboard (hence the Chromebook branding). Now, Samsung is introducing a new iteration of the

Samsung’s Galaxy A9 Has Four Cameras on the Back

We’ve seen a few phones hit the market with three cameras strapped to their back, but up until now, we haven’t seen any device that exceeded this count. Today, however, Samsung unveiled the new Galaxy A9 mid-ranger that packs as many as four cameras on

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