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  • The OnePlus 6 may feature a ceramic back

    OnePlus is experimenting with new materials for its upcoming flagship.

    With the OnePlus 6 launch imminent, we’re starting to see more and more details emerge about the upcoming flagship, with a new OnePlus India teaser suggesting the phone will feature “new materials” in its construction. Last year’s OnePlus 5 and 5T offered an aluminum chassis, and we could see a ceramic-backed OnePlus 6.

    Same expert craftsmanship, new materials #OnePlus6 pic.twitter.com/kRzFAcYrzp— OnePlus India (@OnePlus_IN) April 21, 2018

    There are only so many materials that can be used for a phone’s chassis, Manufacturers in recent times have gravitated to either aluminum or glass-based designs. The Mi Mix 2 and 2S and the Essential Phone are notable for using a ceramic back, and that’s likely the direction OnePlus is taking with its upcoming phone.

    Considering the company is partnering with Marvel over an Avengers-themed phone, it could even be made out of Vibranium.

    An early leak of the device sh…

  • Intel won’t make wearables anymore, but its mobile chips aren’t going anywhere

    Image credit: https://www.flickr.com/photos/huangjiahui/4907798630

    Earlier this week, The Information reported that Intel will be shutting down its New Devices Group, the branch responsible for developing wearable consumer products such as the Vaunt smart glasses prototype. The news comes a few months after Intel announced it had also given up on developing its own smart watches and trackers.

    Intel’s Vaunt smart glasses prototype. Credit: The Verge

    This marks Intel’s definitive departure from the wearable consumer product market, in which it had been working to gain a foothold over the past five years.

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    Intel won’t make wearables anymore, but its mobile chips aren’t going anywhere was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • [Deal Alert] Arlo Pro 2-pack down to just $280 ($140 off) from QVC

    Most smart cameras require a wired power source. Oftentimes, though, getting a power source to a camera mounted anywhere outside just isn’t practical. That’s where Netgear’s fully wireless Arlo Pro cameras come in. QVC is currently offering a two-pack…

  • Don’t do these 7 things when buying a smartphone

    When you’re shopping for a new smartphone, there are a lot of factors to weigh so you can find one that suits your needs. What tips do we have for picking the right phone? Well, here’s what NOT to do.(This is a preview – click here to read the entire e…

  • Qualcomm cuts 1,500 jobs in California

    Qualcomm doesn’t have to worry about a hostile takeover anymore, but the company is still trying to please stockholders. It previously promised to reduce costs by $1 billion, and part of that seems to be laying off a large number of employees.
    Qualcom…

  • [Deal Alert] Dual-SIM Samsung Galaxy S9 $659.99 (SM-G960F/DS) on eBay

    The Samsung Galaxy S9 comes in slightly different variants, depending on which part of the world it was intended to be sold in. Whereas the version designed for the US market comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chip inside, Galaxy S9 devices sold int…

  • [Deal Alert] Dual-SIM Samsung Galaxy S9 $659.99 (SM-G960F/DS) on eBay

    The Samsung Galaxy S9 comes in slightly different variants, depending on which part of the world it was intended to be sold in. Whereas the version designed for the US market comes with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chip inside, Galaxy S9 devices sold int…

  • [Deal Alert] Fitbit Ionic down to $240 on eBay ($60 off)

    The world of smartwatches is starting to dry up, and as sad as that is, I can’t say that I’m surprised. However, there remain a few diamonds in the rough, one of which is on sale over on eBay. The Fitbit Ionic, in all three color variations, is going for $239.99, a nice $60 off. 

    While not really a typical smartwatch – as compared to a Wear OS or Gear device – the Ionic nonetheless received a very fair rating from Ryan, who re-reviewed the wearable after it had some software updates.

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    [Deal Alert] Fitbit Ionic down to $240 on eBay ($60 off) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • [Deal Alert] Fitbit Ionic down to $240 on eBay ($60 off)

    The world of smartwatches is starting to dry up, and as sad as that is, I can’t say that I’m surprised. However, there remain a few diamonds in the rough, one of which is on sale over on eBay. The Fitbit Ionic, in all three color variations, is going for $239.99, a nice $60 off. 

    While not really a typical smartwatch – as compared to a Wear OS or Gear device – the Ionic nonetheless received a very fair rating from Ryan, who re-reviewed the wearable after it had some software updates.

    Read More

    [Deal Alert] Fitbit Ionic down to $240 on eBay ($60 off) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • Chrome OS Settings and Shortcuts to appear in launcher alongside Android apps

    With Android tablets being… Android tablets, Chromebooks are quickly being adapted to fill the void. On supported devices, they combine the utility of Android apps with the flexibility of an adaptive (and productive) form-factor. The latest tweak, presenting Android-style Settings and Shortcuts apps in the launcher, further affirms the role Google’s Chrome OS is set to assume. 

    It’s no secret, we’re of the opinion that Chrome OS devices are set to displace Android tablets, and app-centric changes like these seem to imply that Google feels the same way.

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    Chrome OS Settings and Shortcuts to appear in launcher alongside Android apps was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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