Moto Z Play and new Hasselblad Mod with 10X optical zoom announced

Lenovo has put its stamp on the line of devices it inherited from Motorola, but the Moto Z family isn’t a clean break with the past. That’s why, when Lenovo announced the Moto Z and Moto Z Force this summer, we expected a third announcement, a Play edition.Now that third member of the family is finally here: the Moto Z Play has just arrived, ...

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Lenovo Yoga Book, Yoga 910, Miix 510, and Yoga Tab 3 Plus announced

We’re here at IFA 2016, and Lenovo has just taken the wraps off of a slew of new products, including a new ultrabook, new tablets, and 2-in-1 devices running Android or Windows 10. With all that in mind, let’s take a look at the Lenovo Yoga Book, the Yoga 910, Miix 410, and Yoga Tab 3 Plus!Lenovo Yoga BookThe Lenovo Yoga Book falls ...

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Tile’s new ‘Slim’ is the tiniest tracker we’ve ever seen

Not so long ago, Tile introduced a solution that neatly solved both the problem of “Where are my keys?” as well as that of “Found my keys, but wait where is my phone.” The handy little keychain fob and companion app made sure that you always knew where your smartphone or your keys were provided you had access to at least one of the two ...

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Qualcomm outlines improvements in the Snapdragon 821

A little while ago, Qualcomm revealed that its current chipset top-dog will soon get a minor refresh, becoming the Snapdragon 821. Details were sparse at the time; we were only told to expect a 10% improvement from the Snapdragon 820 that is packed in many esteemed Android flagships today. This would be achieved predictably by giving the CPU and ...

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Samsung halts Note 7 shipments in Korea, possibly due to  fire hazard

Samsung has stopped shipments of the Galaxy Note 7 in Korea, and nobody really knows why.Read more: Galaxy Note 7 reviewThe company told Korean media that it halted shipments to local carriers “due to additional tests being conducted for product quality.”Something has clearly gone awry – no company conducts quality testing after a high ...

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Samsung Gear S3 hands on

The Samsung Gear family of smart wearables is starting to get a little crowded – the Gear S2 brought a rotating clicky bezel and the Gear Fit 2 recently filled the fitness segment. Now we have an updated Gear S smartwatch that is basically bigger than the S2 in a lot of different ways. So how does it compare? While we won’t be able to ...

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Samsung Gear S3 officially announced: here’s what you need to know

Samsung may not be focusing on the Android Wear platform anymore, but that doesn’t meant the company is scrapping its smartwatch plans altogether. 2014’s Gear S certainly left much to be desired, though last year’s Gear S2 was a very impressive offering. Now Samsung has just taken the wraps off its new Tizen-powered smartwatch, ...

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Nubia Z11 hands-on

Nubia is relatively new to the Android game, but in a short amount of time the ZTE-backed company has been making waves with a slew of great products that haven’t failed to impress. While their latest flagship offering, the Nubia Z11, has been available in China for a couple of months now, Nubia is now prepping for its launch in Europe, and ...

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Nubia Z11 coming to Europe, US to follow

ZTE has been on a bit of a roll recently. First, there was the ZTE Axon 7, which recently landed in the US and has been turning a fair amount of heads in the tech community along the way. Now it’s Nubia’s turn to enjoy the spotlight.Ahead of the official kick-off of IFA 2016, Nubia announced that the Nubia Z11 is on its way ...

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