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Google's Pixel 2 may also borrow HTC's squeeze controls

(Source: www.engadget.com)

Yes, that feature came off as little more than a gimmick on HTC’s handset, but we’ll stop short of passing judgement before reviewing Google’s phone. 171 more words


AAAtoner.com Explains the Advantages of Genuine OEM Toner Cartridges

Whether you’re shopping here at AAAtoner.com or any other online vendors for toner cartridges, some terms you might have come across quite regularly may encompass “original toner cartridges”, “genuine toner cartridges”, or “OEM toner cartridges”. 311 more words


Amazon takes on the corner store with Instant Pickup

(CNN)– Sometimes you need a cold soda, chips, tampons and an Amazon Echo ASAP.

Amazon (AMZN, Tech30) is taking on the convenience store with Amazon Instant Pickup, a new service it launched on Tuesday. 248 more words


Wireless Charging Block: Designs

I recently bought a wireless charging pad for my desk with the intention of redesigning its housing to make it look more sleek.

I had initially though I’d house the entire product in a wooden case, but realised the charging range was heavily reduced by the existing plastic house (~2mm above top surface on the pad). 221 more words


New Tools in Windows Device Portal for the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

In the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, Device Portal now offers several new tools from across Windows to help you location test your UWP, explore Mixed Reality, build new hardware peripherals and test your apps new installation pipeline. 40 more words

Seek, solve, and disarm - Agent November: Rebranded Major X Ploe-Shun

I went along and played Agent Novembers rebranded game Major X Ploe-Shun.  The new story and puzzles are a vast improvement to the original one.  Even though the original one was great this new one has been based on a more modern situation as it would be a disaster for any EMP device to happen 269 more words

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Which Project Fi-compatible phone would you buy this fall? [Poll]

(Source: 9to5google.com)

Project Fi, Google’s own mobile carrier, piggy backs on T-Mobile, Sprint, and U.S. Cellular networks to bring cheap data plans and an easy-to-use interface when dealing with data usage and bill payments. 273 more words