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Monthly Archives: July 2018

Huawei’s Honor Note 10 Comes with a 7-inch Screen

Huawei makes lots of smartphones and many of them fall under its Honor sub-brand. Today, there’s a new entry in that particular lineup: the Honor Note 10. It comes with specs we’re accustomed to seeing in other Huawei phones with one major exception. According to

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tvOS 12 Beta 5 Now Being Seeded to Testers

Apple has begun seeding the fifth beta build of tvOS 12 for debugging on the Apple TV. This comes a couple of weeks after the fourth build was released. While it isn’t the biggest update to hit the Apple TV, tvOS 12 does provide users will

macOS Mojave Beta 5 Now Available for Testing

Apple has begun rolling out the fifth beta of macOS Mojave for testing on the Mac. This comes two weeks after the company rolled out beta 4 which added support for the 2018 MacBook Pros. To install macOS Mojave beta 5 on your Mac, head over to the Updates

Apple Releases Fifth watchOS 5 Beta

Apple has begun rolling out the fifth watchOS 5 beta for testing on the Apple Watch. This comes a couple of weeks after the fourth build was released. watchOS 5 includes a handful of improvements and new features that will make the Apple Watch a better overall

Apple Releases iOS 12 Beta 5 to Testers

Apple today began rolling out the fifth beta of iOS 12 for testing on the iPhone and iPad. This comes a couple of weeks after the fourth build was seeded. The fifth build of iOS 12 will build on top of the foundation Apple laid

The Lenovo Smart Display Launches July 27th for $199

Lenovo and Google have announced the very first entries in the smart display category will be launching tomorrow, July 27th. According to the companies, the Lenovo Smart Display in both 8-inch and 10-inch sizes will go up for sale tomorrow for $199 and $249 respectively.

Lenovo Smart Display Review: Keep it Simple, Stupid

If you recall, back at CES, Google announced a whole lineup of new smart speakers that came with screens. The idea was to give the end user a visual representation of a Google Assistant response, similar to how Alexa works on Amazon’s Echo Show, and