Monthly Archives: March 2019

Here’s your first look at the upcoming Redmi 7 by Xiaomi

Chinese electronics maker Xiaomi is gearing up to announce a new phone in their affordable Redmi lineup. The Redmi 7 has been spotted on TENAA, the certification agency behind Chinese telecommunications authority. From the pictures, we can deduce that the phone will have a gradient design on the back and …

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Nintendo wants you to dive face-first into its Labo with new VR kit

It’s been rumored for years, but now the Switch console is finally getting virtual reality support by way of Nintendo Labo. The complete Nintendo Labo: VR Kit, priced at $79.99 (roughly £60 / AU$113) comes bundled with five cardboard sets along with the VR goggles and software, including Wind Pedal, …

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Save $1,000 on the Spectre x360 during HP’s tech sale

Shopping for a good laptop can be hard – there’s just so much to consider when making a decision, and all that jargon to wade through. But if you already know what you’re looking for, or at least know what specs you’re after in your new laptop, it all boils …

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Facebook says it’s switching focus from public posts to private messages

In the most recent Facebook blog post, Mark Zuckerberg has waxed lyrical about his ‘vision’ for the mammoth social networking and messaging platform, promising a “privacy-focused” future for the service and announcing a number of changes that he intends to eventually implement. According to the post, Zuckerberg has been doing …

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Entry-level Surface Book 2 may receive quad-core power boost

Microsoft will reportedly issue an upgrade to its entry-level, 13.5-inch Surface Book 2 in the middle of its product cycle, according to several leaked retailer listings in the US and Europe. First picked up by a German outlet, WinFuture, this beefier version will swap out the current model’s 7th-generation Intel …

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