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Jacob Lieben

Co-owner and co-editor in chief of Lostgeeks.net. Responsible for article writing and the web infrastructure of this website.

Apple’s AirPower wireless charger release imminent, mum’s the word on pricing

Apple is taking its sweet time to release the AirPower wireless charger that was unveiled alongside the iPhone X back in September, but the wait may finally be over. A third report is now suggesting that a March launch is imminent, so we should be hearing a press release from ...

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ZeroLemon’s case for the Galaxy S9+ will double its battery life

Samsung doesn’t make official battery cases for its phones the way that Apple does, so third-party companies are usually swooping in to fill the void. After equipping the spring flagships Galaxy S8, S8+ and Note 8 with some of the best value-for-money battery cases, ZeroLemon is at it again, this ...

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You can now pre-register for the Westworld mobile game and get some freebies

The first news that HBO’s impressive sci-fi series Westworld is going to have its own mobile game emerged back in January, and we’re now just one month away from its release. Publisher Warner Bros. announced Android and iOS users can now pre-register for the game and get special rewards, including ...

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OnePlus 6 might support super-fast Cat.16 LTE connectivity: Gigabit data throughput speeds

Talk about OnePlus’ next device, the anticipated OnePlus 6, has been all around the air recently due to one reason or another, mostly because of its suggested use of the controversial notch design. We’ve explored the topic at large right here – feel free to check it all out right ...

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This is how the variable aperture of the Galaxy S9 works

Samsung’s Galaxy S9 and S9+ have an aperture that can go from record wide for a phone f/1.5 down to f/2.4, depending on the scenario, which is important for extreme low-light shots, or recording high frame rate videos. Thanks to Zack Nelson from JerryRigEverything, and his phone torture chamber, we now ...

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Microsoft’s To-Do app for Android gains new ability to tag tasks

Microsoft retired Wunderlist last year and replaced it with an alternative called To-Do. Since its release, the mobile app received many improvements and loads of new features to make it more useful. The latest update is meant to enable To-Do users to focus more on their tasks rather than spending ...

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T-Mobile rolls out Samsung Galaxy S9 update which improves face unlock, other features

Now that T-Mobile has decided to ship Galaxy S9 and S9+ pre-orders slightly earlier than expected, the carrier is also releasing the first update for Samsung’s flagships. Technically, this is the second update these smartphones are getting since they were officially revealed after the March security patch announced last week. ...

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Samsung Canada lists time table of Oreo update with eligible devices

Samsung had revealed the roadmap of Android Oreo on its Turkish website earlier. Today, Samsung Canada has made a number of additions to that list. However, the additions are specific to Canada, so bear that in mind. Still, OS updates follow a phased rollout, so looking at the time table, ...

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