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Mobile Phone Facts Every User Should Know

As a cell phone user, you probably feel overwhelmed with all of the changes that are coming about with cell phones. Mobile phones are ever changing with phones, services, and new gadgets being released on a continual basis. 632 more words

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Goondu review: Samsung Galaxy Note 8 looks great but is costly

(Source: www.techgoondu.com)

There’s a lot like about Samsung’s latest flagship phablet, the Galaxy Note 8, which once again distances the Korean phone maker from the chasing pack in the market. 1,286 more words


Apple iPhone 8 and 8 Plus review: In the shadow of X

(Source: www.hardwarezone.com.sg)

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Okay, let’s get this out of the way first: the iPhone X is the iPhone you’re drooling over. It’s experimental, it’s exciting, it has an edgy letter ‘X’ in its name (although it’s still pronounced “ten”).  800 more words


How Quickly Does The Value Of Your iPhone Depreciate?

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The value of most things that we purchase suffers depreciation. Depreciation refers to the loss of value that an asset suffers over time. 920 more words

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Why iPhone X's Face Recognition Failed (Hint: It Was Supposed To)

(Source: www.inc.com)

The iPhone unveiling earlier this week was nothing short of epic.

Perhaps the most impressive part of every Apple announcement of this sort is the degree which Apple uses live technology on stage in front of millions of people. 684 more words

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The ZenFone 4 is an Asus take on the dual-camera flagship phone

(Source: www.stuff.tv)

Didn’t you get the memo? Mid-range is the new top-end when it comes to smartphones. No-one wants to drop a grand on the latest and greatest, when you can get killer hardware for half the price. 98 more words


Here's What the iPhone 8 Launch Looks Like at the Apple Store

(Source: www.inc.com)

The iPhone 8 went on sale in stores Friday–and to say the least, it wasn’t the type of launch you are used to seeing for… 346 more words

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