Nick Gray

Editor in Chief

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The Pixel 6a has a major problem

Jul 23rd - There’s a good chance that you’ve already read or watched a Pixel 6a review this week. The phone’s retail debut is set for the end of the month, but the review embargo lifted this past Thursday.Google shared most of the details regarding the phone at Google IO, so we’ve known what to expect for some …

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30+ Samsung Galaxy S10 tips and tricks

Jul 22nd - The Samsung Galaxy S10 family of devices have a lot to offer, but Samsung has managed to hide some of its best features deep within the settings. This article will show you what’s available and how to steak the settings on your new Galaxy S10.

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Oppo Reno 8 Pro real world camera test

Jul 21st - The Oppo Reno 8 Pro has landed, giving Oppo fans a new mid-range device that promises to deliver significant improvements when it comes to its camera capabilities.Oppo’s Reno devices have always had decent cameras, but the company is putting in the extra effort to make them stand out this year by including its MariSilicon X, …

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Lenovo Duet 3 review: the Chrome tablet everyone should own

Jul 10th - It’s surprising to think that a few years back, many of us were still questioning the viability of Google’s Chrome OS platform. These days,  Chromebooks are everywhere! Most of them are dirt cheap, intended to be iPad alternatives for education, but there are also plenty of Chromebooks being used for business and personal use since …

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How to SIM Unlock the Samsung Galaxy S9 for free

Jul 10th - There’s little doubt that the Samsung Galaxy S9 and the larger Galaxy S9 Plus are among the best smartphones of 2018. But if you find yourself reading this article, you’re likely already aware of that. What you want to know is how you can SIM unlock the Samsung Galaxy S9 since it is SIM locked to …

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Insta360 teases new module camera, set to launch on June 28

Jun 25th - Insta360 is at it again, teasing the launch of a new module camera for its Insta360 One RS line. The teaser shows off a new camera mobile that can detach from the One RS body and then be reattached to what appears to be a handle with control buttons on the site.The current Insta360 RS …

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4 Factors You Shouldn’t Forget About When Buying a Laptop

Jun 20th - If you are looking for a new laptop, there are lots of things to consider to ensure that it is the right option for you. Whether you need a laptop for work, education, or just for personal use like online shopping, browsing the web and other hobbies that you might have, there are lots of …

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Redmagic 7 Pro review: the ultimate gaming smartphone

Jun 9th - Gaming on Android smartphones is a bit of a mixed bag these days. While your average midrange smartphone is more than capable of playing Candy Crush and can deliver a smooth experience when playing Call of Duty Mobile, it’s incredibly difficult to find a smartphone that can max out the settings on a game like …

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Samsung Galaxy A53 review: exceeding expectations

Jun 3rd - This year, Samsung has some pretty compelling high-end smartphones with the Galaxy S22 lineup, but let’s be honest, if you’re reading this review, you’re looking for something a bit cheaper or simply don’t need all the bleeding-edge tech packed into those devices. The Galaxy A53 from Samsung is a mid-range smartphone with some decent cameras, …

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The TCL Stylus 5G gives us snother stylus smartphone on the cheap

Jun 2nd - Anyone looking for a smartphone with a built-in stylus just got a new option today with the unveiling of the new TCL Stylus 5G. Sporting a 6.81-inch, FHD+ LDC display with a 120Hz touch-sampling rate, the device isn’t going to be a direct replacement of Samsung’s now-defunct Note series, but instead will serve as an …