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iFixit’s iPhone 8 teardown shows that you really don’t want to crack that glass back

The iPhone 8 has finally arrived, and iFixit got a jump on its teardown of the updated device by traveling to Sydney, Australia to pick it up a bit early. Its examination of the phone shows that while it’s similar in some respect to the iPhone 7, you really want to make sure that you don&rsquo...


Exclusive discount on 1More headphones, Apple Watch deals, and more tech sales

This week, we rounded up some exciting deals on everything from gadgets to laptops to cameras — including the super cute Elago Apple Watch stand. It’s now $9 on Amazon, and my colleague Nick Statt mentions that it’s the only smartwatch stand you’ll ever need. Our favorite dea...


Nintendo is updating Super Mario Run with a new character, mode, and world

Nintendo will issue a new update to its iOS and Android game Super Mario Run on September 29th, which will include a new world, mode, and playable character. The update will introduce a new mode called Remix 10, which randomly splices together 10 sections from the game’s various levels in qui...


Lenovo’s new ThinkSmart Hub promises to revolutionize videoconferencing

Over at Microsoft’s big Ignite event in Orlando, Lenovo has announced a new all-in-one device for the company meeting room, designed to easily facilitate Skype for Business videoconferencing.The Lenovo ThinkSmart Hub 500 is a Skype Room Systems device, which is simple to set up, and allows for...


Best PDF Editors for Linux

Brief: It is not an easy task to find a good PDF editor for Linux. But we still tried to create a list of PDF editing tools in Linux for you. Linux systems do not come with a default PDF editor. If you are in need of an application which can do some basic editing stuff, there are many options avail...


GNOME and KDE Join Librem 5 Linux Smartphone Party

  Brief: Purism is making a true Linux smartphone called Librem 5. KDE and GNOME have just lent their support for Librem 5. You probably already know that Purism has launched a crowdfunding campaign in a bid to create a Linux smartphone. The goal is to raise $1.5 million to bring the...


WallpaperDownloader: Automate Your Wallpaper Management in Linux

One of the main reasons why I use Linux on my computers is customizability. And I’m sure I’m not the only one. Having an imagination for your desktop and realizing it, well, I’m pretty sure no other OS will beat Linux here. On other operating systems too, there are tools which are...


Must read: top 10 Android stories

This week we compared camera features on the Galaxy Note 8 and LG V30, saw a ton of Google products leak, talked about Google’s new purchase, and much more. Here’s the news of the week! Who wants to win an LG G6? The LG G6 is powerful, sleek, and has a stellar dual-camera setup.&nb...


LG G6 International Giveaway!

Welcome to the Sunday Giveaway, the place where we giveaway a new Android phone each and every Sunday! A big congratulations to last week’s Google Pixel International Giveaway winner: Charles H. (USA). This week we are giving away a brand new LG G6! The LG G6 featur...


Opinion: Are ads the bane or saviour of modern tech?

Some adverts can be fun, others slightly questionable, but generally we just accept them as the price to pay for a free something. Google, Facebook, and a huge range of other free-to-use services make their money from advertisements, and we’re largely OK with this state of affairs. Ads are al...

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