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Oppo F1 Plus Review

Oppo’s F1 Plus looks like an iPhone and quacks like an iPhone.
Mobile

OnePlus confirms OnePlus X isn’t dead, but only has limited stock

According to an email sent to prospective buyers, OnePlus has said it discontinued the OnePlus X. However, another email seems to conflict with this. The company has finally clarified the situation.
Mobile

HTC brings the Desire 530 and its one-of-a-kind paint job stateside

HTC has announced that it's bringing the Desire 530 budget smartphone to the U.S. The device is available through both T-Mobile and Verizon, and will be available unlocked later this month.
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The Sharp 507SH is the first Android One phone for the Land of the Rising Sun

Sharp unveiled the 507SH, the first Android One phone to be released in Japan and to be both dust- and water-resistant. The phone will be available in the coming weeks for a reportedly affordable price.
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Beyond Ink pen Review

A pen James Bond might use? Beyond Ink is a pen and stylus … with a few other tricks inside.
Mobile

Google Now on Tap gains text translation, bar code scanning features

Google's Now on Tap has gained a few new features with its latest update. The machine learning-powered search app can now translate text, scan bar codes and QR codes, and send you down an internet wormhole with its new Discover section.
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Goodbye, camera roll! Snapchat launches Memories, a way to search your past snaps

Snapchat may be known for its disappearing messages, however the social media app now wants you to save pictures to look at later using Memories, its attempt at a camera-roll replacement.
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Suunto wants to make a dent in the sports-watch market with the Spartan Sport

Suunto is hoping to make a dent in the sports-watch market with the Spartan Sport, a fitness tracking watch that has GPS and a focus on design that makes the Spartan Sport sleeker than most sports watches.
Mobile

Microsoft's Thinga.Me app turns images of real-world stuff into digital objects

Thinga.Me, the product of Microsoft's experimental Garage division, uses photo recognition to let you turn real-world objects into digital collections. It's available in beta on iOS.
Mobile

Want free Wi-Fi access for six months? Download Boingo's app via Amazon Underground

If you download Boingo's app via Amazon Underground, you'll get a six-month subscription to Boingo's Wi-Fi hot spots around the country. That means no more paying fees after only using a half hour of free internet access.
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Get more out of your stylish Sony with these Xperia X tips and tricks

If you’ve snagged yourself a stylish new Sony smartphone, then you’ll want to unlock its abilities. Check out these Xperia X tips and tricks to find out what it can do.
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Ilumi’s Smartstrip can light up the night with LEDs controlled via smartphone

Ilumi's Smartstrip, the "industry's first" multicolor LED lighting strip certified for outdoor use, can achieve an impressive range of hues and tones. It launches on Kickstarter first, with broader availability to come in December .