At many points in time, Google and Microsoft work collaboratively together. At other times, their relationship with each other can be seen as not too great. Today, Google and Microsoft have come to an agreement to stop complaining about one another to regulators.
Lenovo’s CEO, Yang Yuanqing, has given us some information regarding the company’s upcoming successor to last year’s Moto G. The handset seems a bit far away still, especially considering the fact we’re yet to see model numbers leak. However, the handset will apparently launch at an event on June 9. “The new product will nothing less than exciting,” that was the only other comment Yuanqing added.
VRS Design, formerly known as Verus, relaunched its branding with new cases. Among the first devices supported with sweet new accessories is the LG G5. We actually just labeled two VRS Design cases as the best ones you can get for LG’s 2016 flagship.
We’re partnering with them for a giveaway that has nine cases for the G5 as prizes. Once the entry period ends, we’ll randomly select nine winners to receive one G5 case from VRS Design.
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Acer’s new Chromebook takes a slightly different approach to the market, but it looks like it’s hit a niche that could be fairly successful. The Chromebook 14 for Work is one of the fastest Chromebooks we’ve ever seen with an Intel Core processor as opposed to the standard Celeron chips that tend to ship with budget laptops. Read more
Two very premium materials make up the exterior of the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge — metal and glass. While those look and feel good in the hand, they’re very susceptible to damage if dropped. That’s why it’s a great idea to buy a case and secure your phone; however, people out there just don’t like covering up a $700 device with a case. For them, there are clear cases.
Right now, Nekteck’s clear cases for the Galaxy S7 and S7 are available for less than $5.
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