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Daily Archives: August 17, 2017

BlackBerry KeyOne’s Display Won’t Come Off, But its Bloatware Will

Back in June, YouTuber JerryRigEverything took apart BlackBerry’s KeyOne smartphone to see how repairable it was and exactly how they built it. To his surprize, it appeared the display on the handset came off way too easily. After the video surfaced, users reported their phone

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Asus Announces ZenFone 4 Lineup w/ Six New Devices

During an event today in Japan, Asus announced its ZenFone 4 lineup for 2017 that consists of six different devices. They are the ZenFone 4, ZenFone 4 Pro, ZenFone 4 Selfie, ZenFone 4 Selfie Pro, ZenFone 4 Max, and the ZenFone 4 Max Pro. Instead

Amazon is Also Selling the Essential Phone for $699

There’s a lot of hype around Andy Rubin’s Essential Phone today. After the device officially launched and was detailed in a blog post, the device has also popped up for pre-order on Amazon for $699. Both colors are available (Black Moon and Pure White) while

Andy Rubin’s Essential Phone Officially Launches

Andy Rubin today announced the availability of the Essential Phone at retailers. Both Sprint and Best Buy are offering the device for pre-order, while you can now buy the device unlocked straight from Essential.com immediately. When buying the phone from Essential, you’ll have to spend

Newton Mail for Windows Now Available

Back in May, Newton announced the availability of a beta version of their email client for Windows. Since then, the app has been in development and today, the developers behind the service formally launched the client for Microsoft’s OS via the Windows Store. It’s available¬†for

LG’s V30 Leaks Out in Stunning Press Render

Evan Blass is back at it again, leaking out what he claims is the upcoming LG V30. The device has been teased by LG themselves multiple times through press invites and revealing press releases, and now we’re getting what looks like our first official¬†look at

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 is Suffering from Battery Issues, Too

Samsung has announced they’re recalling roughly 10,200 batteries found in refurbished Galaxy Note 4 smartphones. No, they’re not exploding, but users are reporting some are getting so hot that they’re causing personal injury. This news comes months after the whole Note 7 debacle wrapped up.