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LG's folding smartphone is pure science fiction

LG, like so many others, works on a foldable smartphone. The variant, which can now be seen in a patent, looks as if it has sprung from a sci-fi film.(This is a preview - click here to read the entire entry.) (...)

Source: androidpit.com | 2019-04-11Read all

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OnePlus teams up with Gameloft to launch the OnePlus Asphalt Cup in India

Like playing Asphalt 8: Airborne? You should sign up for the OnePlus Asphalt Cup. OnePlus is partnering with mobile game studio Gameloft to launch an online racing championship in India called the OnePlus Asphalt Cup, where players compete in timed eve...

Caseology Skyfall Case for Samsung Galaxy S9+ review: Shines bright and smudges fast

Take your clear case game to the next level with the Skyfall's shiny metallic bumpers. Android phones have come a long way from matte plastic backs. Android flagships like the Samsung Galaxy S9+ sport shimmering, mirror-finish glass backs, and while we...

The 'bezel-less' Lenovo Z5 has been announced — with a notch and chin

At least it's cheap, right? Last week, Lenovo sent out a press invite for an event in Bejing where it would be announcing its latest Android phone — the Z5. The Z5 was being promoted as a truly all-screen phone, with teaser images from Lenovo showi...

Xiaomi Mi Max 3 goes live with 6.9-inch display and massive 5500mAh battery

The latest instalment in the Mi Max series picks up an 18:9 panel and dual rear cameras. When Xiaomi launched the first Mi Max back in 2016, it was venturing into untested waters. With a screen size of 6.44 inches, the Mi Max became the manufacturer's ...

It's time to bring back Google Glass

Google Glass was an experiment that came before Android was ready. It's ready now, but are we? I think so. In 2013, the world was not ready for Google Glass when the company let a few thousand developers (and bloggers) take a pair into the wild. Neithe...

YouTube has been allowing toxic content in bid to increase traffic

Youtube managers have been ignoring warnings, keeping toxic content online to achieve higher traffic.(This is a preview - click here to read the entire entry.)...

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