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Microsoft’s Next Windows 10 Release is Called the ‘October 2018 Update’

Today during IFA 2018, Microsoft announced the name of its next major Windows 10 update. According to the company, the new software will be known as the October 2018 Update. While not an original name whatsoever, it at least confirms the upgrade will roll out at some point during October Continue Reading

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The Huawei Mate 20 Will Be Unveiled on October 16th

During a press conference today at IFA 2018, Huawei confirmed it’ll be announcing the new Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro at an event on October 16th. The company made the announcement while introducing its new Kirin 980 processor which stands as the world’s first 7nm chipset. Speaking of which, Continue Reading

Motorola Unveils Two New Android One Phones

We’ve already seen many companies introduce their new smartphones at IFA 2018, and now it’s Motorola’s turn. In a blog post today, the company unveiled two new devices powered by Android One. Admittedly, they aren’t the best phones on paper, but they should provide a decent enough experience. The first Continue Reading

BlackBerry Unveils Cheaper Key2 LE w/ Snapdragon 636, 4GB RAM, $399 Price

BlackBerry isn’t exactly having the best year in its history, what with the sub-par reviews of its Key2 handset circling the internet and encouraging folks not to buy the $649 device. Of course, this hasn’t discouraged BB in the slightest as its unveiled yet another new smartphone: the Key2 LE. Continue Reading

Lenovo’s New Yoga C630 Comes with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 850 Processor

Today at IFA 2018, Lenovo unveiled its new Yoga C630 to the world. The company is introducing this device as the first to feature an eight-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 850 processor. This allows for always-on compatibility and always-connected status thanks to built-in LTE support which allows you to pop in a SIM Continue Reading

Lenovo Unveils Ultra-Powerful ThinkPad X1 Extreme

Today at IFA 2018 in Berlin, Germany, Lenovo unveiled its latest ThinkPad called the ThinkPad X1 Extreme. It’s called “Extreme” for a reason: it’s one of the most powerful ThinkPads to date. According to Lenovo, the ThinkPad X1 Extreme comes with up to an 8th-generation Intel Core i7 processor with Continue Reading

You Can Now Play As Kylo Ren in Lenovo’s Star Wars: Jedi Challenges

Lenovo has announced it’s releasing an update to its Star Wars: Jedi Challenges AR-powered gaming experience which allows players to take on the role of Kylo Ren and play through new dark side-inspired challenges. You’ll even get to use Kylo Ren’s or Rey’s Lightsaber in your battles. “Jedi Challenges is Continue Reading

Lenovo Wants to Take Over Your Smart Home with its New Lineup of Devices

Today at IFA 2018, Lenovo introduced a new lineup of its own smart home devices under a new brand known as Lenovo Smart Home Essentials. They’re designed to complement the company’s Smart Display that came out last month, with each able to connect to the display and be controlled with Continue Reading

The Lenovo Yoga Book C930 Comes with Two Screens and Better Performance

Back in 2016, Lenovo unveiled an interesting device called the Yoga Book. The device tried to balance being a tablet, a laptop, and an artist’s creation station at once. It got pretty good reviews (including from myself), but most of us had our gripes about the gadget. That all looks Continue Reading

Lenovo Unveils Range of New Chromebooks at IFA 2018

Today at IFA 2018, Lenovo unveiled a new lineup of Chromebooks all at different price points. While there isn’t much to talk about in terms of ground-breaking features, we are getting to see the company’s first entry into the premium Chromebook category.   That’s what’s known as the Yoga Chromebook. Continue Reading

Samsung Made an 8K QLED TV You’ll Be Able to Buy

Samsung has made a pretty cool announcement today: its very first commercial 8K TV. During its IFA 2018 press conference, the company introduced its Q900R QLED 8K television that will go on sale at the end of September. We don’t have pricing information yet, but it’s probably gonna be pretty expensive. Continue Reading