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A Budget Google Pixel 3 with a Headphone Jack Just Leaked Out in New Images

Google’s been rumored to be working on a budget phone for more than a year at this point. But so far, nothing official has resulted from those whispers. Notice how I said “official” and didn’t just leave it at “nothing.” Unexpectedly today, new images have

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Apple Now Sells the iPhone XR Unlocked

When Apple launched the iPhone XR last month, it was originally available for purchase as a carrier-locked device. This meant at checkout, you’d have to choose which carrier you’d be using the phone on. Now, for those of you who may switch between carriers often

Google is Now Rolling Out Night Sight to All Pixel Owners

Announced alongside the Pixel 3 and 3 XL early last month, Google today confirmed it’s beginning to roll out Night Sight to all Pixel smartphone owners, including those who own a Pixel 2 and original Pixel from 2016. The feature is designed to accommodate low-light

Google Clock Now Supports Assistant Routines

Alongside a ton of updates for Smart Displays, Google has announced a new feature for its native Clock app that adds support for Google Assistant Routines. Now, when your alarm goes off in the morning, the Assistant can automatically fire off a specific Routine you

Samsung Introduces ‘Ice Blue’ Galaxy S9 for China

Nearing the end of the device’s lifespan, Samsung has reminded the world once again the Galaxy S9 exists with the introduction of a new color: Ice Blue. This variant comes with a light blue that seamlessly fades into a silver, arctic-like finish near the bottom

Spotify Officially Releases Apple Watch App

After beta testing the app with a select few users, Spotify has officially begun rolling out its official client for the Apple Watch. The app is available for anyone who downloads the latest version of the Spotify app for iOS to their iPhone. It should

OnePlus Bullets Wireless Review: How Are These Things $69?

I don’t know how OnePlus charges $69 for the Bullets Wireless headphones. They support aptX, they’re comfortable, they last for a good while on a single charge, and they automatically connect to your phone. I mean, honestly, these are features you hear about in earbuds

LG V40 ThinQ Review: The Fun Camera Phone

LG doesn’t sell many phones. Whether that’s because its devices are downplayed by the media or there simply isn’t a general interest in its products among consumers, the company tends to lose more and more money each quarter in its mobile division despite earning record