Welcome to LG’s new smartphone strategy. A new flagship every year, followed by an incremental upgrade six months later. It’s a strange approach that’s sure to annoy early adopters, but LG’s certainly not the first to adopt the strategy — it’s in-line with the sort of thing OnePlus, among others, have been doing for a
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Three weeks ago, House Republicans publicly released a much-hyped memo written by representative Devin Nunes of California. It alleged, through a series of allusions, tangential facts, and seeming misdirections, that law enforcement officials had abused their power in obtaining a surveillance warrant against former Trump campaign advisor Carter Page. Now, in a 10-page memo of
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And this year is all about business. While the Samsung Galaxy S9 is going to be announced tomorrow at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Slashleaks shared the official promo video for the Samsung’s upcoming flagship device. It’s a polished 3-minute video packed with information about the new phone. First, just like rumors said, it looks
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We already knew the vast majority of novelties and innovations set to debut at Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked 2018 event tomorrow. The only thing we were missing was a well-produced video running us through the new Galaxy S9’s features, and Samsung has kindly obliged — courtesy of its launch video, which managed to sneak out in
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There’s plenty more to see than just the Galaxy S9 The world’s biggest mobile technology show bears a fitting title: Mobile World Congress. Hosted in Barcelona every year, it brings together manufacturers, distributors, carriers, marketers, designers, and engineers from all around to present their latest work and plant the seeds for future collaboration. For us,
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The deadbolt installed on your front door right now likely serves its purpose. It locks, it unlocks — and it does what it can to keep out any unwanted guests. That’s probably enough. Smart locks won’t necessarily make your home any safer, but they will allow for more control — so that you can lock
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One of the strong suits of any smart speaker is its ability to stream a wide range of music from multiple services. Google Home ($129.00 at Dell Home) speakers are no exception. In fact, they’re especially great at playing your favorite tunes even when you can’t remember a song by name. Here are nine tips
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The way you control Apple’s smart speaker, the HomePod, is pretty cool. You just talk to it. But Siri, Apple’s voice assistant, can’t make the speaker do much beyond the basics and can only summon music from Apple-owned cloud services. That sets it behind the other products in the voice-activated speaker race—most notably those from
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Despite what some would have you think, the Apple HomePod ($349.00 at Apple) can do a quite a bit. Answer trivia questions, play news reports, play music, play podcasts and — yes — it can even tell jokes.  That said, there are some things the HomePod can’t do that it should be able to.  Now
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