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Apple Not Accepting Refunds/Exchanges In Hong Kong

09/18/2016, With the launch of every iPhone, it’s pretty much a mad dash to try and get your hands on one. This has resulted in the creation of scalpers in which they will queue up for the new iPhones, buy them, and resell them at a higher price to those who missed...

iPhone 7 Teardown Confirms Use Of Intel’s Model

09/18/2016, There have been rumors that suggested that Apple could be using Intel and Qualcomm modems for the iPhone 7/7 Plus. Recently it has been hinted that could be the case, but in case allusions and hints weren’t enough, a teardown conducted by the folks at...

President Of Samsung Electronics America Addresses Note 7 Recall

09/18/2016, Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past few months, you’ll probably have heard that Samsung is currently taking a bit of a hit financially and reputation wise due to reports of their Note 7 handsets exploding, so much so that the company...

Google Testing Play Store Download Queuing Over Mobile Networks

09/18/2016, In the past it would be pretty much impossible to download apps over mobile networks, simply because platforms such as iOS and Android would not allow it, or when they did the limit would be so small that bigger apps are pretty much a no-go. These days...

iPhone 7’s Home Button Will Require Contact With Skin To Work

09/18/2016, One of the major improvements (you could say that) Apple has made to the iPhone 7/7 Plus is by making the home button a solid state button. This means that there are no moving parts, thus helping with its water-resistance, and also means that it won’t...

Samsung Hit With Lawsuit Over Exploding Galaxy Note 7

09/18/2016, Samsung has been having a pretty hard time over reports of the Galaxy Note 7 exploding. The company has already issued a recall for their phones, and oddly enough throughout the entire thing, we have yet to hear about customers suing the company. In fact...

The iPhone 7 Does Not Appear To Bend As Easily

09/18/2016, The iPhone 6 when launched a couple of years ago was faced with a problem: bending. Users were reporting that their phones were so malleable that putting it in their pocket and sitting down actually resulted in their phones getting bent. This issue seems...

Google’s Pixel XL Spotted On Geekbench (Again)

09/18/2016, Earlier this month, Google’s rumored Pixel XL smartphone made an appearance on Geekbench. Now as discovered by the folks at Wccftech, the smartphone has made another appearance on the benchmarking platform, which we guess kind of confirms what we had...

Google’s Allo Messaging Platform Could Be Launched This Week

09/18/2016, Back at Google I/O, the company took the wraps off two apps – Allo and Duo. Duo is a video calling app that Google has already released, meaning that users are just waiting around for Allo right now. The good news is that the wait might not be much...

Motorola ‘Tricks’ Apple Fans Into Using A Moto Z Droid

09/18/2016, So the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus have recently been launched, and while the upgraded features are no doubt welcome amongst iPhone users looking to upgrade, admittedly some of the features are considered “old” in the Android world, which also means that some...

iPhone 7 & 7 Plus Scores A 7 Out Of 10 For Repairability

09/18/2016, If you are covered by Apple’s warranty and you need to repair your iPhone, most of the time it is a relatively painless and straightforward process. Don’t have warranty? That’s too bad because you can expect the repair bill to be rather hefty. The...

Sony Xperia X Compact Pre-Orders Go Live In The U.S.

09/18/2016, Sony unveiled the Xperia X Compact earlier this month at IFA 2016 and soon after the handset was announced it started taking pre-orders in Europe. Now, customers in the United States can finally pre-order the Xperia X Compact. Those who are interested in...

Chrome For Android Getting One Feature You’ve Always Wanted

09/18/2016, Have you ever wished that you were able to continue listening to audio from a video that’s playing in Chrome for Android even if you switched apps? If you do that currently the video stops playing and so does the audio, but Google has listened and...

Microsoft Surface Phone May Feature Unique Fingerprint Scanner

09/18/2016, Rumors suggest that Microsoft is going to phase out the Lumia brand of smartphones and introduce its own Surface-branded phone. We have been hearing about this for a very long time now and while the company is yet to confirm the Surface Phone, a new...