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8 top iPhone X accessories

The iPhone X is undoubtedly Apple’s best smartphone to date, dripping with flagship features like wireless charging, Face ID facial recognition, a gorgeous edge-to-edge OLED display, and of course, who could forget those fun-packed Animojis. If you’re lucky enough to have gotten your hands on an iPhone X, you’ll want to make the most of it, which is why we’ve ... Read More »

Nokia 10 with Penta-lens camera reportedly in the works

Nokia was once known for making some of the best camera-phones ever since we shifted to colour screens. Be it the N-series phones or the Lumia 1020, we have admired what Nokia did to the cameras on phones. A recent leak on Baidu, a Chinese social network, points towards Nokia’s next attempt to regain its legacy in the field of ... Read More »

Here’s another sign that Android Oreo for the Galaxy S8 will be here soon

If you’re the owner of a Galaxy S8 or Galaxy S8 Plus then you’re no doubt wondering exactly when your Android 8.0 Oreo upgrade is coming down the pipe. Well, we’re still not completely sure, but there’s a new development that hints the update isn’t far off now. SamMobile spotted that the manual for Oreo has been uploaded to Samsung’s ... Read More »

Worried about the iPhone ‘text bomb’? Here’s why it probably won’t happen to you

A new flaw which can make your iPhone crash from just receiving a message has been discovered and has been dubbed ‘text bomb’. The issue was found by software developer Abraham Masri, who found sending a message containing a particular link can crash and in some cases restart your iPhone altogether. The flaw also affects those on a Mac and ... Read More »

The best free Android games in 2018: try these out now

What’s better than a free game? Well, pretty much nothing. Except when it’s just terrible and you’ve wasted your sweet time to download it. Sure, it’s not going to cost you anything, but that doesn’t mean it’s OK to just mess around with terrible games that are free because the developer can’t make you pay anything for it in good ... Read More »

The best iPhone X deals in January 2018

The iPhone X is Apple’s ridiculously big, ridiculously powerful 10th anniversary phone and deals are finally available to order. If you’re in the market to buy then you’ve come to exactly the right place – we’ve collected up all the best iPhone X deals right here, whether you’re after a contract plan or want to buy the iPhone X SIM-free ... Read More »

How to attend CES 2018 in style: TechRadar cross-country liveblog – Day 6 in Monument Valley

TechRadar is going to CES 2018 this week, and that really isn’t news. How we’re doing it, however, is rather extraordinary: Nick Pino and Matt Swider are taking an epic, week-long road trip to attend CES, and we’re bringing a bunch of gadgets to test along the way. Future’s brand new New York City office was the official starting line. ... Read More »

Here’s more evidence Samsung is making a dual-screen, foldable phone

A couple of weeks ago we reported on a Samsung patent showing a phone with two screens, separated by a hinge, that you could fold over. Now a new patent has emerged showing a very similar-looking device – is this the long-rumored Galaxy X? The patents were once more uncovered by LetsGoDigital, and depict a phone very much in the ... Read More »

The Samsung Galaxy S9 is about to hit the production line

Good news for fans of finely crafted, exquisitely detailed smartphones – sources in South Korea say production is about to start on the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus, putting them on course for an official unveiling at the Mobile World Congress expo in Barcelona at the end of February. ETNews reports that as soon as the New ... Read More »

FCC certifies ‘power-at-a-distance’ wireless charger for the first time

Image credit: Energous Wireless charging is a cool bit of technology as it is, but for the first time, the US Federal Communications Commission has just certified a “power-at-a-distance” charger that makes the current technology look as old-fashioned as sticking in a cord looks now. The device is called the WattUp Mid Field transmitter, and Energous, the startup responsible for ... Read More »

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