Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 event is now less than one week away, but if you need a little help making it there, the rumor mill is happy to hook you up.
A few new Galaxy Note 8 leaks have surfaced days before the phone’s official reveal. Several photos that claim to show the Note 8 have appeared on Weibo, depicting a handset that lines up with previous Note 8 image leaks. There’s a big display with curved edges and slims bezels around front, and the back of the device is home to a dual rear camera setup with a fingerprint reader to its right.
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Leaked Images Confirm Details about Coming Samsung Galaxy Note 8
The Galaxy Note 8 appears to have a curved-edge, nearly bezel-free display like its Galaxy S8 cousins, launched earlier this year. The first live images of the phone were posted yesterday on a site called My Everyday Tech but later removed, although they …
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Intel details its Core X-Series processors ahead of September launch
They also offer what Intel calls Turbo Boost Max Technology 3.0, pushing clock speeds on at least one of the multiple cores to 4.5GHz, in the case of the $ 999 Core i9-7900X. That 10-core, 10-thread device, will compete against AMD’s top-of-the-range …
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New Call of Duty WW2 details reveal epic campaign battles
The latest issue of Game Informer has spilled a tantalizing batch of new Call of Duty WW2 details, confirming gamers will be able to take part in a number of iconic battles during the single-player campaign. Chiefly, players will take part in the D-Day …
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Luke Skywalker and Rey grace this week’s Entertainment Weekly two-cover issue, the mag promising behind-the-scenes news on the “The Last Jedi.” Plus, porgs….
New leak details upcoming Intel Core-X models including the i9-7980XE
After graduating with a B.S. in environmental hydrodynamics from the University of California, I studied reactor physics to become licensed by the U.S. NRC to operate nuclear reactors. There’s a striking level of appreciation you gain for everyday consumer …
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Yesterday, Apple pushed out firmware for its $349 HomePod smart speaker ahead of the device’s launch in December, and developer Steve Troughton-Smith has been sharing some interesting tidbits online that he managed to unearth in the code.
Bearing the name “AudioAccessory1,1”, the firmware reveals that the HomePod runs a full iOS stack – essentially like an iPhone without a screen – and relies on a shell app called “SoundBoard” to integrate with the device’s hardware.
Galaxy S8 Active Leak Shines Light On All The Details
Samsung’s 2017 flagship, the Galaxy S8, just went live on Amazon in an official capacity. You can order for one from either AT&T or Telcel. Priebus was on the plane with the Republican president and made no comment. “One of our real stars”, Trump said.
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Apple unveiled its Siri-powered HomePod speaker hub at WWDC back in June, and despite a hefty $ 350 pricetag and the inevitable comparisons to Alexa devices, it actually sounds pretty good. In the lead up to its release this December, Apple pushed out… …
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Huawei CEO offers first Mate 10 details, says it will be “more powerful” than the new iPhone
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