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Pre-order Sony’s 10.3-inch Digital Paper e-ink tablet now for $599.99; device launches June 21st

The Sony DPT-CP1 is a 10.3-inch Digital Paper e-ink tablet. With the included stylus (and various stylus tips), you’ll feel like you’re writing on paper. The device has a touchscreen, 16GB of internal storage (11GB available to users) and connects via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Powering the device is an Intel ...

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NAD recommends that T-Mobile stop calling itself “Best Unlimited Network” in ads

Back in February, we told you that AT&T had filed a complaint against fellow carrier T-Mobile with the National Advertising Division (NAD). The latter is administrated by the Better Business Bureau and is “an investigative unit of the advertising industry’s system of self-regulation.” AT&T was unhappy with some claims that ...

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Alleged Xiaomi Mi 8 clears 3C and FCC certification

To mark its 8th years of existence, the Chinese electronics and software company, Xiaomi, will reportedly launch a befitting smartphone, and as per latest rumblings, that phone will be made official in few days time. While we are not sure what the Chinese company might call its 8thAnniversary phone, reports have ...

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HMD Global raises up $100 million to accelerate Nokia’s growth and revival

HMD Global is doing a outstanding work with the Nokia branded smartphones. The company managed to sell 4.4 million smartphones during the last quarter of 2017, that already tops the numbers of some old-school brands like HTC, OnePlus, Google and Sony. Today during a flash sale for the Nokia X6 ...

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Meizu: here’s how the m-Engine tactile system works on the Meizu 15 model

With more and more homogeneous smartphone competition today, one can only keep its continuous growth by perfecting the user experience. Meizu’s newly released 15 series’ main achievement is that (according to the Chinese company) they have overcome the barrier of iPhone’s touch experience. The improvement of tactile engine capabilities has ...

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HMD Global raises $100 million so that it can build more Nokia phones

HMD Global’s deal with Nokia to license its name for smartphones has been a rousing success. For example, today’s flash sale to launch the Nokia X6 sold out all available inventory in ten seconds. The Nokia brand is on its way to having some relevancy again; the 4.4 million smartphones ...

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Verizon rolling out Android 8.0 Oreo update to the LG G6

It looks like Verizon is the first US carrier to roll out the long-awaited Android 8.0 Oreo update for the LG G6. Unfortunately, Verizon hasn’t yet updated the phone’s support page, so it’s unclear what security patch the update contains. However, we do know this is a pretty sizable update, ...

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LG G7 ThinQ priced at $750 in the U.S.; pre-orders to start May 25th with a BOGO deal from T-Mobile

Thanks to a press release that was just disseminated by T-Mobile, we now know that the LG G7 ThinQ will be priced at $750 in the states. That makes it more expensive than the Samsung Galaxy S9. T-Mobile will start accepting pre-orders for LG’s 2018 flagship this Friday, May 25th, ...

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