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Google Allo’s Sticker Packs Revealed

08/21/2016, Allo is an upcoming messaging app by Google. It was announced back in May during Google I/O and one of its key features was the fact that it came with Google Assistant baked into it, thus turning the app into more than just a messaging app. However for...

Lumia 525 Hacked To Run Android 6.0.1

08/21/2016, The Nokia Lumia 525 was launched about 3 years ago, which means that by now and by the standards of the mobile industry, the handset could be considered practically ancient. If you did buy the phone and you have it lying around somewhere, or maybe if...

Leaked iPhone 7/7 Plus Cases ‘Confirms’ Some Of Its Features

08/21/2016, So everything we know about the iPhone 7 so far is that one of the more obvious physical changes would be to the camera. The iPhone 7 is expected to sport a larger camera lens, and the iPhone 7 Plus is also said to feature a dual camera lens setup, with...

Honor Promises To Deliver Two Years Of Updates For Honor 8

08/21/2016, There are quite a lot of factors that many customers consider before they purchase a new smartphone. Many Android customers prefer Nexus devices because Google always releases updates for these devices first. Others look to whether or not the OEM is...

Xiaomi Headed To The U.S. In The ‘Near Future’

08/21/2016, Xiaomi has made a name for itself in a very short span of time. The company is best known for creating great products that are very competitively priced. It creates a whole range of products such as smartphones, smart bands, notebooks, action cameras, and...

Samsung Milk Music Shutting Down On September 22nd

08/21/2016, Samsung introduced its very own music service back in March 2014 and called it Milk Music. The app was initially exclusive to the company’s Galaxy devices before it was made available to more Samsung devices. The company even created a desktop web...

Corning Defends The Galaxy Note 7’s Gorilla Glass 5 Display

08/21/2016, With the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, it saw Samsung choose to use Corning’s latest Gorilla Glass 5 display, which by all accounts should be tougher than its predecessors. However a testing conducted by YouTuber JerryRigEverything found that the...

Facebook Launches New App Aimed At Teens Called ‘Lifestage’

08/19/2016, Several years ago, a study found that Facebook’s use amongst teens was starting to decline, and a study from earlier this year found that apps such as Snapchat proved to be a more popular way of how teens stay in touch with each other. However that’s...

Are Benchmarks a Big Deal? Should You Care?

08/19/2016, In most, if not all phones/computer reviews, there’s almost always a “benchmark moment”. Most publications do it, and we do it as well because benchmark provides interesting information about the product you may end up buying. At the same time,...

You Could Soon Use Siri To Read/Send Messages Via WhatsApp

08/19/2016, For the longest time ever, Siri remained closed off to developers, meaning that whatever Siri was capable of was pretty much limited to whatever Apple decided they wanted it to do. All of that changed when iOS 10 was launched in which Apple opened up Siri...

Potential Samsung Galaxy C9 Specs Revealed

08/19/2016, Back in May, Samsung launched two phones that are part of its Galaxy C lineup, the Galaxy C7 and the Galaxy C5. However it looks like we’ll have at least one more Galaxy C handset to look forward to in the form of the Galaxy C9, and thanks to the folks...