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News Corp is apparently working on a news app called ‘Knewz’

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links AlexPro9500 via Getty Images News Corp wants to give people an alternative to Google News and Apple News. The media company that owns Dow Jones Newswires and HarperCollins is working on its own news aggregation service, reported The Wall Street Journal. The service will be called Knewz.com, and take the […]

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Phone companies and state attorneys general join forces to fight robocalls

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links fizkes via Getty Images US consumers receive as many as 350,000 unwanted calls every three minutes, according to the FCC. Despite multiple efforts to end the onslaught, an estimated 4.7 billion robocalls hit American phones in July alone. Now, attorneys general from all 50 states and the District of Columbia […]

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ review: Weird, but in a good way

Engadget RSS Feed Galaxy Note 10+ Get more info Get more info Scores Engadget Not yet scored   Critic 3 Reviews 8.3   Users 1 Reviews 10   Key Specs Type  Smartphone Operating system  Android Screen size  6.8in Internal memory  256GB Camera  Yes Sponsored Links I have to suspect that, back in 2011 when the […]

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Konami’s mobile version of ‘eFootball PES 2020’ is coming in October

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links Konami PES fans won’t have to wait much longer for the highly-anticipated mobile version of eFootball PES 2020. Konami announced today that the latest mobile update will be released in October, and will carry over many of the features already announced for the PC and console versions. Particularly skilled players […]

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OtterBox reveals a portable and stackable wireless charging system

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links OtterBox OtterBox has a solution to limited battery life. Today, the company revealed OtterSpot, its Qi wireless charging power bank, and stackable batteries. The OtterSpot Charging Base looks a bit like a thin hockey puck. It’s designed to be stackable, meaning you can pile up to three puck-like OtterBox Wireless […]

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Samsung updates mid-range A50 and A30 with new cameras, flashier designs

Engadget RSS Feed Samsung has just updated two of its best-selling mid-range smartphones, the A50 and A30, with new iterative upgrades called the A50s and A30s. The company has attempted to make both phones look more visually appealing by adding a redesigned back pane… Go to Source

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‘Minecraft Earth’ beta brings AR building to Android next week

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links Mojang/Microsoft Don’t worry, Android fans — if you’ve been wondering when you can try the augmented reality experience of Minecraft Earth, you don’t have too much longer to wait. Mojang and Microsoft have revealed that the Minecraft Earth beta will reach Google-powered devices sometime next week. It’s encouraging users to […]

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Verizon enlists Boingo to help it bring 5G indoors

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links Hirurg via Getty Images Sure, real 5G is up to three times faster than LTE, but there are a few caveats. As we discovered in Chicago, 5G doesn’t always hold up when you’re trying to use it indoors. Even a pane of glass can cause your signal to flicker between […]

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Are Samsung’s Galaxy Buds the wireless headphones you’ve dreamed of?

Engadget RSS Feed While Samsung has dabbled in true wireless headphones before, this year it finally released a set designed specifically for its Galaxy lineup: the Galaxy Buds. The $130 headphones include many standard features like a charging case, on-board controls and access to virtual assistants. But they also distinguish themselves from the competition with […]

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Google Photos’ face-grouping feature comes to Europe

Engadget RSS Feed Sponsored Links SOPA Images via Getty Images Google Photos recently hit one billion users after being spun out from Google+ just four years ago. One reason the product grew so quickly is its frequent updates, adding features like video animation and a crop and adjust tool for photographing documents. Now, Google is […]

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