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No, Bluetooth Mesh Is Not Going To Replace Wi-Fi Or Take Zigbee Out Of The Picture

Bluetooth Mesh is set to become another smart home standard, but just to be clear, it won't replace Wi-Fi. It's not taking Zigbee, another mesh networking player, out of the game either.

Apps/Software July 19, 2017

Want To Play The 'Destiny 2' Beta Without A Code Or Preorder? Here's How

No code for the 'Destiny 2' beta for the PS4? Don't worry because you don't need it to take Bungie's shooter out for a spin early.

Video Games July 19, 2017

Amazon Shoppers Report Fake AMD Ryzen Chips: Here's How To Avoid The Scam

Fake AMD Ryzen chips have turned up on Amazon, and according to the online shoppers who fell victim to the fraud, they got a cleverly packaged Intel Celeron. That said, here's how to avoid the scam.

Computers July 18, 2017

Apple Hasn't Started Mass Production Of New iPhones Yet, While OLED iPhone 8 Gets Delayed

According to a report, Apple's 2017 iPhones have yet to enter mass production, and the OLED iPhone 8 release date is said to be delayed to November or December.

Apple July 17, 2017

Elon Musk Urges Governors To Regulate AI Before 'It's Too Late,' Says It's The 'Biggest Risk We Face'

Attending the National Governors Association Summer Meeting in Rhode Island, Elon Musk has warned governors about the dangers of artificial intelligence or AI, saying that 'it's the biggest risk we face as a civilization.'

Robotics July 17, 2017

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Confirmed To Be Unveiled In Late August, Launch In September By CEO

Samsung CEO DJ Koh has revealed that the Galaxy Note 8 is set to be unveiled in late August. As for the release date, the phablet is expected to roll out to the U.S. market in September.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech July 16, 2017

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 May Have Been Revealed Ahead Of Schedule Via Exynos 8895 Tweet

After Samsung's tweet to promote the Exynos 8895, a lot of Twitter users got worked up for the Galaxy Note 8. Why? Because it came with a phone that's premium in design but clearly not the Galaxy S8.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech July 14, 2017

iFixit Teardown Reveals Samsung Galaxy Note FE And Note 7 Are Practically The Same Except For The Battery

iFixit's Samsung Galaxy Note FE teardown has made it clear: The refurbished Galaxy Note 7 is practically the same as the original, except for a smaller battery.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech July 13, 2017

Here's What The Google Pixel XL 2 Could Look Like In 'Very Silver,' 'Really Blue'

A leaked render of Google's Pixel XL 2 in 'Quite Black' recently made rounds online. Now images based on it have popped up, giving a look at the upcoming phone in 'Very Silver' and 'Really Blue.'

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech July 13, 2017

How To Install iOS 11 Public Beta 2 And What's New In The Update

Apple has released iOS 11 public beta 2, and that means you can now try out some new features. Here's what's new in the latest update so far and how to install it.

Apple July 13, 2017

You Need At Least $1,750 To Buy The World's First Wireless Charging Laptop, AKA The Dell Latitude 7285

Dell has disclosed all there is to know about the world's first wireless charging laptop, otherwise known as the 2-in-1 Latitude 7285, including price and availability. However, it's not all good news.

Computers July 12, 2017

Logitech Announces $85 Million Deal To Acquire Gaming Headset Maker Astro, Expands Reach To Console Gamers

Logitech has plans to buy the gaming headset maker Astro for $85 million in cash to gain a more prominent position in the console market.

Gadgets July 11, 2017

Internet Reacts To Jayden K Smith, The Facebook Hacker Hoax

You've probably seen a warning message that says you shouldn't accept a friend request from Jayden K Smith, the Facebook hacker. In short, it's a hoax, but on the bright side, it spurred a ton of jokes on the internet.

Internet July 11, 2017

iPhone 8 Might Start At $1,200, Face Launch Delay Due To Touch ID

Apple fans might be in for some bad news, as the iPhone 8 could start at $1,200. More than that, its release date could be pushed back because of Touch ID issues.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech July 10, 2017

Google's Chrome OS Launcher To Turn Chromebooks Into Touch-Friendly Devices

Google has something up its sleeve for Chromebook users: a new Chrome OS launcher with touch-friendly controls. Currently, the feature is far from stable, though.

Apps/Software July 10, 2017

Battery-Free Phone Prototype Is The First Step Toward World Without Mobile Chargers

University of Washington researchers have introduced a battery-free phone, marking the beginning of the end of mobile chargers and solving the battery problems that users commonly face.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech July 10, 2017

Amazon Prime Day 2017 Shopping Tips: How To Get The Best Deals

Excited for the Amazon Prime Day 2017? You're not alone, and that means you'll have a ton of other customers to compete with. On that note, here's how to get the best deals during the big sale.

Internet July 8, 2017

Always-On Display Mode Might Come To A Screen Near You, AKA Your Google Pixel Phone

Google's Pixel phones may get one of the most popular features when it comes to mobile technology: an always-on display mode. That's according to a few lines of code in Android O Developer Preview 3.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech July 8, 2017

Google Blocks Makes 3D Modeling Accessible To Anyone With An Oculus Rift Or HTC Vive VR Headset

Google Block is the perfect VR app for aspiring 3D model artists. The best part is, it's free, but it requires either an Oculus Rift or HTC Vive VR headset.

Google July 7, 2017

2018 iPhones Will Sport OLED Displays, Say Goodbye To LCD Screens For Good: Report

All of Apple's 2018 iPhones will have OLED displays, according to a report. This indicates that the Cupertino brand is pushing to make the big switch from LCD, which could potentially start with the iPhone 8.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech July 7, 2017

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