Giveaway: Win an InvisibleShield Glass+ for the Google Pixel!

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The Google Pixel is an expensive device, and we know that you want to protect your phone with a quality screen protector. So you could put an InvisibleShield Glass+ on your Pixel to keep the screen clear and free from scratches, smudges, bubbles. It’s a high-end screen protector for a high-end phone. Everything about the Pixel’s beautiful display remains while adding a layer of protection.

Now you can get a world-class screen protectors for free.

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These Huawei phones will be updated to Android 7.0 Nougat and EMUI 5.0 in 2017

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It isn’t always plain sailing when you own a modern smartphone. If you purchased the handset on the wrong side of the curve or the manufacturer can’t be bothered, you could be stuck with a phone using an obsolete version of Android for a lengthy period. Owners of recent Huawei flagships though can breathe a sigh of relief because the Chinese handset maker has taken the wraps off its plans to provide an Android 7.0 Nougat (and EMUI 5.0) update for a selection of models. Join us after the break for more info. Read more

Amazon may release new Alexa device complete with touchscreen

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Amazon, in addition to being among the world’s most popular online retailers, has made a few efforts to branch off and create its own hardware to varying degrees of success. The smart home speaker system, Amazon Echo, has been a big hit for the company and a new report is coming out that suggests that we may soon see a brand new Alexa-powered speaker complete with a large touchscreen.

Join us after the break for the details.

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Watch the Google Pixel and Apple iPhone 7 drop from 1,000 feet in the air

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We’re guessing it’s highly unlikely for you and a friend to get together to drop your very expensive phones from midair just to see if they survive even though you know they really won’t.

So let’s leave a drop test between the Google Pixel and Apple iPhone 7 to UnlockRiver, a channel on YouTube that frequently conducts these experiments for our enjoyment.

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