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BlackBerry KEY2 Spotted on GeekBench, KeyOne to Get Android Oreo Soon

BlackBerry KEY2, the successor to BlackBerry KeyOne smartphone is all set to launch on June 7 at an event in New York. Ahead of the launch, a few specification details of the smartphone have been leaked giving us an idea of what we can expect, apart from the classic QWERTY keypad. Two BlackBerry devices have been spotted on Geekbench, courtesy ...

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Samsung Galaxy J6, Galaxy J8 With Infinity Displays, Android Oreo Launched in India: Price, Specifications

The Galaxy J6 and Galaxy J8 mid-range smartphones featuring the Infinity Display design and have been launched in India by Samsung. Both the Galaxy J6 and Galaxy J8 come with Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box, sport a plastic unibody design and an 18.5:9 Super AMOLED display that flows from edge-to-edge. The Galaxy J8 has a dual rear camera setup ...

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Here's Why Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Doesn't Have a Single-Player Campaign

Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 won’t have a single-player campaign, developer Treyarch confirmed in its reveal on Thursday, instead choosing to focus on multiplayer modes. And in an interview later that day, co-studio head Dan Bunting explained why that was so. Speaking with Polygon, Bunting said: “When we set out to make this game, we never started with the ...

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Researchers develop a way for robots to learn by watching humans

Our robot future is approaching, but there’s a lot that still stands in the way of a complete machine takeover. One issue is in how humans currently communicate with robots; a lot of data and energy goes into a robot recognizing and properly executing real-world tasks, often of the simplest nature.  But, researchers from Nvidia may have come up with ...

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Best PDF reader for Android of 2018

Best PDF reader for Android Adobe’s PDF is the acknowledged king of document formats, and is a great way to share anything from simple text notes to multi-page reports or a professionally laid-out book, complete with embedded audio and video. Google’s own PDF Viewer offers a simple and standard way to open PDFs on an Android device, but lengthy load ...

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The LG G7 costs more than the Samsung Galaxy S9, at least in the US

The LG G7 ThinQ price is the mystery that has prevented us from giving the phone a final score, with wildly differing estimates out there. Today, we have new insight. It’ll cost $749 through T-Mobile when pre-orders go live this Friday, May 25 at 8:00 am ET, according to an official press release from the self-proclaimed Un-carrier. To put it ...

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Netflix's next big series is a collaboration with Barack and Michelle Obama

While the photos might’ve indicated that former US President Barack Obama was enjoying his retirement from politics by water skiing and helping send his daughter off to college, he and former First Lady Michelle Obama have actually been hard at work creating a production studio called Higher Ground Productions.  Turns out they’ll need it as the Obamas, through Higher Ground ...

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Here's a closer look at the new LEGO sets you can buy later this year

321 pieces | Ages 8+ | $99.99 USD | August release date The LEGO Batmobile was the star of the show, and the flagship of LEGO’s new Powered Up series.  I had the chance to drive the Batmobile around the show-room floor. You have control of the left and right motors for forward and backward acceleration, which gives you precise ...

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Windows Mixed Reality: everything you need to know

Windows Mixed Reality (MR) can be a confusing concept. Is it virtual reality (VR), like the Oculus Rift, or it is more like augmented reality (AR), which Microsoft has already dabbled in with its HoloLens? The answer is that it’s a bit of both – though far more like the former than the latter. Microsoft’s blended version of VR and ...

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Intel octa-core Coffee Lake-S processor gets its clock speed revealed

Intel’s mystery octa-core Coffee Lake-S chip has re-emerged yet again and this time, there are more details than ever. The rumored processor was spotted among the sea of CPUs in the Sisoftware datebase, appearing as an 8-core and 16-thread processor that seems designed specifically to put an end to Ryzen 2nd generation’s core-count advantage. What’s more, according to the documentation, ...

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