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Save on power banks and re-charge your devices anywhere you go
Mashable • Carlos Cadorniga
LG G7 will have a dedicated Google Assistant button, report claims
Mashable • Stan Schroeder
Chat: Google’s big shot at killing Apple’s iMessage
The Guardian • Samuel Gibbs
Don’t just stir; Stircle
TechCrunch • Devin Coldewey
Technique to beam HD video with 99 percent less power could sharpen the eyes of smart homes
TechCrunch • Devin Coldewey
Nubia’s Red Magic smartphone is designed for gaming, down to the glowing LEDs on the back
The Verge • Chaim Gartenberg
OMG guys, Amazon just invented and released the 'Internet'
Mashable • Jack Morse
Motorola’s brand-new $250 Moto G6 makes me question why I pay so much for a smartphone
Business Insider • Antonio Villas-Boas
Verizon’s new parental control app lets parents track their kids’ locations
The Verge • Dani Deahl
The Razer Phone is yet another great phone doomed by its poor camera
Mashable • Raymond Wong
 
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Smartphones, Tablets
Save on power banks and re-charge your devices anywhere you go
MashableCarlos Cadorniga
Image: Poweradd We've all had those moments where our devices are seriously low on power and there's no outlet in sight to help us out. Banish this forever with a power bank to keep you charged. Amazon has plenty of power banks...
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Android (operating system), Google Inc
LG G7 will have a dedicated Google Assistant button, report claims
MashableStan Schroeder
Image: Lili Sams/ LG's next flagship smartphone, the G7 ThinQ, will have a button that will activate Google Assistant, CNet claims citing source familiar with the smartphone. That would make the G7 the first ever phone to have such a button —...
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Mobile Phones, Technology Industry
Chat: Google’s big shot at killing Apple’s iMessage
The GuardianSamuel Gibbs
Google has unveiled a new messaging system, Chat, an attempt to replace SMS, unify Android’s various messaging services and beat Apple’s iMessage and Facebook’s WhatsApp with the help of mobile phone operators. Unlike traditional texting, or SMS, most modern messaging services –...
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Consumer Electronics, Technology Industry
Don’t just stir; Stircle
TechCrunchDevin Coldewey
Although I do my best to minimize the trash produced by my lifestyle (blog posts notwithstanding), one I can’t really control, at least without carrying a spoon on my person at all times, is the necessity of using a disposable stick to...
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Consumer Electronics, Mobile
Technique to beam HD video with 99 percent less power could sharpen the eyes of smart homes
TechCrunchDevin Coldewey
Everyone seems to be insisting on installing cameras all over their homes these days, which seems incongruous with the ongoing privacy crisis — but that’s a post for another time. Today, we’re talking about enabling those cameras to send high-definition video signals...
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Mobile Phones, Technology Industry
Nubia’s Red Magic smartphone is designed for gaming, down to the glowing LEDs on the back
The VergeChaim Gartenberg
The Red Magic is the new phone from Nubia (a ZTE sub-brand in China), and it’s built for gaming. But you probably didn’t need me to tell you that. The Red Magic is practically screaming “extreme gamer,” with its sharp, hexagonal cutouts...
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Google Inc, Mobile Phones
OMG guys, Amazon just invented and released the 'Internet'
MashableJack Morse
Image: VICKY LETA/MASHABLE Have you heard of the "Internet"? It's this totally new thing from Amazon, and if my suspicions are correct it's going to be big. It has the power to connect us all, and as long as everyone has access...
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Android (operating system), Mobile Phones
Motorola’s brand-new $250 Moto G6 makes me question why I pay so much for a smartphone
Business InsiderAntonio Villas-Boas
Motorola finally announced the Moto G6 - the successor to the Moto G5, our favorite mid-range device - on Thursday during an event in Brazil. Every time I check out a new Moto G smartphone, I question why I pay so much...
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Marriage, Mobile Phones
Verizon’s new parental control app lets parents track their kids’ locations
The VergeDani Deahl
Verizon has announced that, starting today, its parental controls product, FamilyBase, will be upgraded and renamed. The new parenting controls app, called Verizon Smart Family, will allow parents to manage aspects of their kids’ smartphones like content filters and screen time limits....
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Mobile Phones, Technology Industry
The Razer Phone is yet another great phone doomed by its poor camera
MashableRaymond Wong
Image: raymond wong/mashable The Razer Phone flies in the face of every new smartphone trend. At a time when smartphone makers are shrinking bezels and adopting OLED screens with longer aspect ratios (i.e. 18:9 or 18.5:9 or 19.5:9), rallying behind wireless charging,...
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