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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.

Gionee F205 With A Full-Screen Gone on Sale

Back on November 28, 2017, Gionee held a conference and announced up to 8 models. As you guess, there are models from all categories. This manufacturer has many series corresponding to any of them. And at the event, we saw some heavyweight models from M and S family as well ...

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Honor 9 Youth Edition to get face unlock soon, Honor View 10 also gets it

2017 was the year of thin border screens and dual cameras. And it seems 2018 will be the year of facial recognition tech. We saw Face ID on the iPhone X causing a huge stir in the smartphone industry. And now there’s a renewed enthusiasm for the new tech that ...

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Coolpad Gets $300 Million Investment Boost

Sometime last year, Coolpad group separated from LeEco during its financial crises, and since then, the company has been working towards expanding its artificial intelligence capabilities. Now, Coolpad group has received a $300 million investment boost from Power Sun Ventures. With this boost, Coolpad can now further develop its interest in AI capabilities and ...

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Will you disable Apple’s power management if your older iPhone could shut down?

Apple did the right thing after the whole older-iPhones-get-throttled controversy, and, besides a $29 battery replacement service, will be giving users the right to choose whether they want a performance hit but stable operations, or would gamble on current peaks that can force an aging battery to shut the handset down ...

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Free MMO World of Warships Blitz now available worldwide on Android and iOS with cross-platform play

Ahoy, captain! Developer Wargaming has finally made the mobile version of its newest MMO official worldwide: World of Warships Blitz is now sailing slow and steady on the Google Play Store, allowing you to take part in heated 7v7 multiplayer arcade matches. The game supports the single most-important MMO feature ...

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Verizon to report $17 billion in extra profit, thanks to new tax law

Verizon will be one of the companies whose earnings report will benefit significantly from the GOP’s $1.5 trillion tax cut that went into effect last month. While AT&T announced that its workers will see their paychecks padded with a $1000 bonus, Verizon, it turns out, can write down $16.8 billion ...

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Meizu M6S redefines “affordable”: 18:9 display, Samsung hardware, and a notch on the side

Chinese manufacturer Meizu has a new mid-range device in the portfolio and it ticks a trove of important boxes – it’s affordable, it’s boasting that trendy fullscreen all-metal design, and most importanly, has a neat a set of hardware inside. But Meizu seems really proud of one particular M6S feature, ...

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dodocool DC52 Dual USB Type-C Multiport Thunderbolt Adapter on Sale

Are you tired of carrying a bunch of dongles around with your 13-inch or 15-inch MacBook Pro? Then dodocool has a really neat solution for your man-made problem – an adapter that cleverly slots into the USB Type-C ports of your device. Let’s check it out! The dodocool DC52 is dual ...

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Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S seemingly set to launch next month at MWC

The Xiaomi Mi 7, in the past few days, has become a major subject in the rumor mill. The smartphone, though not officially confirmed is set to feature the under-display fingerprint scanner and will be unveiled at the upcoming MWC 2018. Now, fresh information from China suggests there is a ...

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$155 Meizu M6S redefines “affordable”: 18:9 display, Samsung hardware, and a notch on the side

Chinese manufacturer Meizu has a new mid-range device in the portfolio and it ticks a trove of important boxes – it’s affordable, it’s boasting that trendy fullscreen all-metal design, and most importanly, has a neat a set of hardware inside. But Meizu seems really proud of one particular M6S feature, ...

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