I stepped inside a small, dark room in a large, airy loft space in New York's Soho district early Wednesday morning. Our host fitted me with an HTC Vive and told to explore the world around me. Within moments, I was trapped in a glass box, surrounded…
At this point, a Nokia 9 release seems pretty much imminent. HMD Global’s upcoming flagship has already been spotted in the wild, encased in a prototype enclosure, as well as on GeekBench, flaunting its Snapdragon 835 chipset and alleged 4GB and 8GB RAM setups. Now, we can add some FCC certification information to the list as well.
The documents themselves don’t really reveal much useful technical information on the handset. Just some minor details, like NFC and Bluetooth 4.2 support. However, they are important for other reasons. For one, these are official documents that detail…
Oh, how time flies. We are back in Los Angeles to cover the world's biggest gaming event, E3. As ever, you can expect the next week to be full of news about the latest video games and, of course, upcoming consoles like Microsoft's "Project Scorpio."…
'The Get Down,' 'Sense8'
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In the span of about a week, Netflix cancelled both The Get Down and Sense8 — two noteworthy series from its slate of original show…
Verizon has started pushing out a new update to Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 units on its network. Arriving as software version NRD90M.T818VVRU1BQE1, the update brings along Android Nougat version 7.0.
The device’s software update page on the carrier’s website reveals several changes, including new battery management page, split screen functionality, new Effects preview screen for photos, and updated keyboard and improved language predictions.
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In a world where you can pay for goods with the tap of your phone, send money to anyone with an app and do most of your shopping online, credit cards seem a bit long in the tooth. Visa is looking to toss them almost completely, replacing them with a…
The HTC U11 is now also available from Sprint in the US. A quick look at the device’s listing on the carrier’s website reveals a $696 price tag. Alternatively, you can also pay zero down followed by 24 monthly payments of $29 each. Color options include black and blue.
The handset (unlocked model) is already available from Amazon, which has it listed for $649. Color options are silver, black, and blue. HTC’s own online store has the phone listed for $649, but orders placed there will start shipping in 2-4 weeks.
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