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    OPPO is returning to Europe with great pomp and is doing so by presenting two expensive flagships: the Find X and Find X Lamborghini. But what does the luxury version of the Find X offer and what is the brand’s focus?(This is a preview – click here to …

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    Most people know of the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, but there’s a third, often-forgotten brother: the AT&T-exclusive Galaxy S7 active. One of the risks you assume when purchasing such a niche phone, though, is that updates may be delayed. Luckily, S7 active owners have only had to wait around two weeks longer than those with standard AT&T S7 and S7 edge phones have.

    There were suspicions that an S7 active Oreo update would be coming soon based on its arrival at the Wi-Fi Alliance with 8.0 on board.

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  • Instagram announces vertical video-centric IGTV app, main app passes one billion users

    Everyone loves vertical video, right? Well, we’ve got good news for you; Instagram has unveiled IGTV, a new video app with longer content exclusively in the beloved vertical format. Additionally, the company has just reached one billion users, which i…

  • Get Netgear’s Orbi mesh networking system and CM700 cable modem for $314

    It’s always better when we’re together.

    Netgear is bundling the Orbi mesh-networking system and the CM700 cable modem together for just $313.98.

    The Netgear Orbi mesh networking system is $294.38 by itself. The CM700 cable modem is around $90 with the on-page coupon. So the bundle is really helping you save if you’re looking for extreme Wi-Fi coverage.

    Honestly, this system is a bit overkill for the average Internet consumer. You might not have Internet fast enough to make use of everything it’s capable of. This would be ideal for a small office or business, though. The CM700 is a 32×8 DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem capable of download speeds up to 1.4Gbps. The Orbi mesh networking kit includes three Orbi wireless satellites. It covers more than 6,000 square feet in a Wi-Fi blanket. If you did invest in this, you could think of it as future-proofing as these will be able to cover anything your ISP throws at you for years to come.

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    The U12+ is the latest high-end smartphone from HTC, and while the ‘+’ moniker may have you wondering where the “regular” version is – this is it: HTC is, for the time being, only launching a large premium phone in 2018. It packs the latest Snapdragon 845 processor from Qualcomm, a large 6.0” Quad HD LCD display, and four cameras. It also costs a whopping $800, and you can only buy it direct from HTC or Amazon in the US.

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    HTC U12+ buyer’s guide and review: what you need to know was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Instagram announces IGTV — a new app for watching long-form videos

    IGTV content will also be sprinkled throughout the main Instagram app.

    On June 20, Instagram announced its next big addition to the popular photo and video-centric social network — IGTV.

    IGTV is Instagram’s big push into the world of long-form video content, and while you can already create and consume videos on Instagram through Stories and regular posts, these are all limited to just a few seconds. With IGTV, videos can be a max of 60-minutes-long.

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    IGTV will soon be integrated into Instagram, with new IGTV bubbles appearing on the profiles of people you follow. Along with that, Instagram’s also creating an entirely separate IGTV app that’ll start playing videos as soon as you open it. Through the new app, you’ll be able to watch videos from people you foll…

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    The subscription feature is currently only available to a handful of groups. Admins can charge anywhere from $4.99 to $29.99 per month for access.

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  • What’s new on Amazon Prime Video, Netflix and Hulu in July 2018

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    The best of the streaming giants is yet to come.

    So you’re looking for some way to avoid the outdoors. To instead waste away your summer inside, watching the very best that the streaming services have to offer. We feel ya. It’s just too damn hot out there. And there are bugs. And ultraviolet rays shooting through the sky at the speed of … ultraviolet rays.

    It’s scary out there. Let’s stay inside.

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