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The Google Pixel is a great phone – so good in fact that we gave it four and a half stars in our review. As a Google handset it’s also got a big name behind it, and like any big-name smartphone there’s a wide range of cases available for the Pixel. These range from the
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Whether it’s snug in your PC cabinet or soldered on your laptop, the graphics card is the key component for PC gaming. Anyone even remotely interested in gaming would tell you that integrated graphics solutions don’t really work, if you want to play the top and newest games. A graphics card doesn’t even need to
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[Update: One of the most exciting things about the release of a new FIFA is seeing who the cover star will be and this year there are rumors that it’ll be Mohamed Salah. Salah is a top player in the Premier League this season and website FifaPlay has launched a survey of its FIFA playing
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A couple of smartphone trends that went mainstream last year were the dearth of 18:9 aspect ratio displays and dual camera setups. They were all over the place in every budget range. OEMs like Apple even went ahead of the curve with the iPhone X and its no-bezels screen. The budget segment also caught up
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For some, covering your brand new Samsung Galaxy S7 in a protective case is like hiding it from the world. While not necessarily true, we get the point: you want to enjoy the stellar design and the smooth edges at all times. But, the thing about phones is, they come along with us everywhere. And
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Apple announced a new iPad at its first event of the year in Chicago with the focus on education. Apple simply refers the tablet as the “new 9.7-inch iPad”, and it replaces the iPad released last year  To avoid any confusion, we’ll refer to this latest version as the new iPad (2018). Cut to the
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SpaceX cleared a major hurdle in its goal to launch a network of broadband satellites in low Earth orbit yesterday, when the FCC approved a revised draft of their 2016 proposal.  Today’s news follows the story from last month where Elon Musk’s company, SpaceX, launched its first two satellites into orbit during their PAZ mission
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Given the reports suggesting that a new MacBook Air and a 13-inch MacBook are in the works, both more affordable than their predecessors, it wouldn’t surprise us to see an iMac 2018 come to fruition around the same time. It’s ready for an upgrade as well. After being refreshed with Intel 7th generation Kaby Lake
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To celebrate World Backup Day, AOMEI is giving TechRadar readers the opportunity to download AOMEI Backupper Pro free. This premium backup suite usually retails for US$49.95/£47.99/AU$83.99, making this a very special deal. You must register your software between March 30 and April 1, so act quickly! To get your free software, download and install the
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The Apple WWDC 2018 date is officially set for June 4th to the 8th, right in line with expectations. And, though it’s still months away, it’s already highly anticipated to include big announcements.  For developers, it offers a chance to get an idea of what they’ll be working with in the coming year, so they
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The OnePlus 6 rumors are being to flow, and as we expect the affordable flagship to arrive in the coming months it’s time to get excited about what the plucky startup can bring us this time around. Update: OnePlus has confirmed that it’s sold all of its 5T units in North America, and with the
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