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The Best USB-C Chargers: What’s Safe and What’s Dangerous?

Looking for a USB-C charger? Beware! Most USB-C chargers sold on Amazon can damage your devices! Fortunately, experts like Benson Leung and Nathan-K, and websites like GTrusted, list tested USB-C chargers and cables in one location. Leung and Nathan-K collaborated on a spreadshee...

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Plex DVR Can Now Remove Ads From Your Recordings

Plex DVR has a new trick up its sleeve, and this one means you may never have to sit through another television commercial. Plex DVR can now automatically remove commercials from your recordings, but you will need a Plex Pass subscription, and there are some other caveats. No one likes ads, whether...

Tech

10 Christmas Decorations You Can Easily Make From Recycled Materials

Christmas is approaching fast, and as well as choosing gifts for your loved ones, it is time to turn our minds towards decorating for the festive season. Here are 10 ideas for DIY decorations to brighten up your home this Christmas. Making your own decorations not only saves money and cuts out point...

Internet

Facebook wants you to send a selfie, at least if your account seems up to no good

The next time something fishy is going on with your Facebook account, don't be surprised if you get a message from the gargantuan social media company asking to verify your identity with a selfie. Facebook has been using the selfie verification feature to test for suspicious activity for the be...

Internet

Our exclusive broadband deal ends on Thursday: only £140 for one year

Here it is – the cheapest way you can currently get the internet in the UK. If you begrudge spending a penny more than you have to for home broadband, then this is the deal for you. And it's exclusive to TechRadar readers.Until midnight on Thursday evening, you can sign up for this unprecedent...

Android

Latest Essential AMA: The Future and Andy Rubin, Oreo Beta Update, 2nd Gen Phone, More

The Essential team gathered for another AMA over at reddit today, even as news was breaking surrounding the company’s founder, Andy Rubin. Rubin’s reported leave of absence didn’t stop the team from fielding questions about future support for the Essential Phone with Rubin’s...

Android

Verizon Pencils in 5G Residential Launch for Next Year, California Capital First in Line

Announced today, Verizon intends to launch its 5G residential wireless broadband service in 2018, with Sacramento, CA the first named city in line to receive it. Since early this year, we’ve heard about Verizon testing 5G in markets across the US, as well as its competitors doing the same.&nbs...

Android

Samsung Begins 2nd Gen 10nm Process Production, Likely for Snapdragon 845 and Your Next Phone

Samsung announced today that it has begun mass production on processors built on their 2nd generation 10nm FinFET process. While their press release didn’t say specifically, I think it’s safe to assume that this 2nd gen 10nm process will make its way into your next phone (Galaxy S9), lik...

Android

Verizon Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, S6 Edge+, and Note 5 Receive KRACK Fix

Four devices in the Samsung Galaxy lineup on Verizon are receiving security updates, all of which address the KRACK vulnerability. Specifically, the Galaxy S6 (Build – G920VVRS4DQK1), Galaxy S6 Edge (G925VVRS4DQK1), Galaxy S6 Edge+ (G928VVRS3CQK1), and Galaxy Note 5 (N920VVRS3CQK1) are getting...

Android

So Much for Samsung Keeping the Unlocked Galaxy S8 and S8+ Updated

Back in early August, I told you that Samsung was off to a heck of a start in keeping the US unlocked Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ up to date. It was worth pointing out at the time because many were hesitating on purchasing one thanks to Samsung’s terrible update record with the previous year&rsqu...


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