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Hands-On: This is Google’s Material Redesign of Chrome for iOS

It’s no secret Google’s working on a material redesign of its Chrome web browser. The new design was originally previewed in Chrome 68 builds a few months ago, but it has yet to reach a vast majority of Chrome users. Therefore, it’s pretty safe to


Hands-On with Lenovo’s Standalone Mirage Solo Daydream Headset

Back at CES 2018, Lenovo unveiled the world’s first standalone Daydream VR headset called the Mirage Solo. The device doesn’t require any extra hardware to operate and uses what’s essentially a stripped down version of a smartphone to power the experience. Recently, the company reached

Hands-On with Lenovo’s Mirage Camera with Daydream

Lenovo unveiled its Mirage Solo standalone Daydream headset back at CES 2018, and to go alongside it, the company announced the Mirage Camera. Essentially, the camera allows users to capture moments in the real world and later view them in 180-degrees using a Daydream headset

First Look at the LG V30

LG’s latest entry in the V series of smartphones is here, and it packs a total redesign, no secondary display, and improved media creation tools.

Hands-On with iOS 11 Beta 1

Apple recently released the first beta to iOS 11, the next major software update for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. It has a ton of new features and little tweaks worth noting, so we’ll try to mention everything we can in this hands-on. For

Hands-On with Lenovo’s Moto Z Droid

I’ve always really liked Motorola’s smartphones. The clean version of Android built-in, the snappiness, the overall design – you could say I’m a Motorola fanboy (but I assure you I’m not as I can see all their faults just as well as I can see

Hands-On: Twitter’s Night Mode for Android

A month ago, Twitter officially began rolling out a complete material design makeover for their Android app. It was met with much praise by users and meets all the design standards Google set back in 2014 with Android Lollipop. However, something that’s been leaked before and

Hands-On with Gello, Cyanogen’s New Stock Browser

Cyanogen announced a while back that they were working on a custom built-in browser which would be installed alongside their OS based on Android called Cyanogenmod. It was unknown when work might finish on this project, however it’s now confirmed that the company has released

Hands-On with Google Keyboard 5.1

In the latest developer preview of Android N, Google released an updated version of their stock Keyboard which includes lots of differnet themes to choose from. All of them are colorful and bright…well, other than the solid black one of course. Luckily, the good folks over at