• 18
    Sep

    Facebook launches Portal TV, a $149 video chat set-top box

    Facebook wants to take over your television with a clip-on camera for video calling, AR gaming, and content co-watching. If you can get past the creepiness, the new Portal TV lets you hang out with friends on your home’s biggest screen. It’s a fresh product category that could give the social network a unique foothold in the living room where unlike ...
  • 17
    Sep

    Google will unveil the Pixel 4 and other new hardware on October 15

    Google  will reveal the next Pixel in greater detail at an event happening October 15 in New York, the company confirmed via invites sent to media today. We already know the Pixel 4 will be revealed at this event, because Google has already dropped some official images and feature details for the new Android smartphone, but we’ll probably see more besides, ...
  • 16
    Sep

    Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S6 combines creative flexibility with great design

    The Android tablet market isn’t exactly a hotbed of excitement and activity, which makes it all the more impressive that Samsung continues to iterate its own tablet lineup in smart, meaningful ways that push the technology forward and deliver a stellar experience. Samsung’s new Galaxy Tab S6 (starting at $649.99) is no exception, and this latest offering expands the definition of what a ...
  • 12
    Sep

    Why does the new iPhone 11 Pro have 3 cameras?

    On the back of the iPhone 11 Pro can be found three cameras. Why? Because the more light you collect, the better your picture can be. And we pretty much reached the limit of what one camera can do a little while back. Two, three, even a dozen cameras can be put to work creating a single photo — the ...
  • 12
    Sep

    Apple TV+ will cost $5.99 in Canada, £4.99 in the UK and INR 99 in ...

    At its big press event yesterday, Apple announced that its TV+ streaming service would cost $4.99 per month and a launch date on November 1. But it’s supposed to be available in more than 100 countries, so what does that pricing look like outside the United States? The Streamable has rounded up TV+ pricing in different countries — and you can verify the ...
  • 10
    Sep

    Live from Apple’s iPhone 11 event

    The moment is finally here, Apple  fans. This morning at 10AM PT/1PM ET, the company will unveil the latest version of the iPhone. You can read up on all of the latest rumors here (or watch this handy video). You can also watch the live stream in youtube. The iPhone could well present a shift in the way the company positions its products amid slowing sales. The ...
  • 9
    Sep

    Google Nest Hub Max review

    There were two standout features I really appreciated off the bat about the original Nest (nee Google Home) Hub: its compact size and its lack of camera. The new Nest Max has decidedly neither of those things. After releasing a model that offered an interesting alternative to the Echo Show, Google’s  taking Amazon’s flagship smart screen head-on with the Max. It’s a device that leverages ...
  • 5
    Sep

    Samsung’s Galaxy Fold arrives in Korea September 6, US in ‘coming weeks’

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    Five months after its planned launch, the Samsung Galaxy Fold is finally here. Well, almost. After offering a broad September time frame a few months back, the electronics giant just announced that the foldable foldable phone will be arriving in its native South Korea on September 6. Customers in the U.S. will have to wait a bit longer, with device arriving ...
  • 4
    Sep

    USB4 brings better speeds and compatibility — but loses the space in the name

    The organizations behind the widely used USB standard have released some new info on the latest iteration of the interface, and it’s nothing but good news for consumers. It’ll be faster and bring improved compatibility, with no need to pay close attention to which cable or port you’re using. And pedants take note: there’s no longer a space after “USB” ...
  • 29
    Aug

    ZTE tries for a US return with an affordable flagship

    ZTE’s U.S. government dealings have never been as high-profile as fellow Chinese smartphone maker Huawei, but it has had its fair share of scuffles. Last summer, the company got smacked with a $1 billion fine over sanction violations. All in all, 2018 was not a great year for ZTE here in the States. It all amounted to a big blow for a ...