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We challenge you not to gag when you hear about the Pick Up Girls smartwatch

The Pick Up Girls smartwatch is the latest product to hit Indiegogo, and it supposedly uses hypnosis and subliminal messages to help guys get better at seducing girls. Yes, of course it does.


Forget about the Snapdragon 810, here's the first teaser for a Snapdragon 820 smartphone

LeTV, a Chinese company that has only started producing smartphones this year, is already teasing its next major release -- which will be built around the exciting new Snapdragon 820 processor, if the teaser image is anything to go by.


How to install the Android M (Marshmallow) Developer Preview on your Nexus device

The Android M Developer Preview is now available for Nexus Devices. Flashing a system image can be intimidating and complex, so here's our in-depth guide on how to install the new OS on your device.


Hey Samsung, don’t kill the Galaxy Note for an Edgy gimmick

Samsung shocked the tech world when it announced that the Galaxy Note 5 wouldn't launch worldwide. Instead, Samsung is betting on the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus with its two curved edges. Here's why Samsung should stick with the Note.


Who wants a s’more? Google finally reveals the name of Android M

The anticipation is over, folks. Google went ahead and announced the next version of Android as Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The final Android 6.0 SDK was released, so developers can make their current apps compatible with the newest APIs.


Asus brings high-spec, low-cost Android tablet to the US

In an attempt to strengthen its "Zen" lineup, which includes a wealth of devices including phones, smartwatches, and PCs, Asus has unveiled a new Android tablet for the United States. If you're in the U.S., you can pick up the $299 slate beginning today.


LG’s new 8-inch tablet has a full-size USB port

LG has announced the G Pad 2 8.0, a so far Korea-only tablet that may not boost the tech specs over older G Pad models, but does come with a precision stylus and a full-size USB port on the body.


Here are the 5 best apps to download this week

It's more difficult than ever to seek out the best new apps released each week, even if you have the will to trawl through the app store on a regular basis. To make life easier, we've gathered our favorite app picks together in a handy list.


How dangerous is public Wi-Fi? We ask an expert

It’s always tempting to connect to public Wi-Fi networks when you find them, especially when mobile data is patchy, but is it safe? What are the risks of public Wi-Fi and how can we mitigate them? We asked an expert.


The Galaxy Tab S2 is an Android tablet that’s worth a premium price

Samsung’s taking on Sony and other high-end Android tablet makers with its new Galaxy Tab S2 range. Thin, light, and with a screen that’s gorgeous to look at, we try both the…

  • Pros: Thin and light , Crisp and bright screen , Plenty of storage…
  • Cons: Expensive , Plastic rear panel’s a letdown

Lenovo to shake things up at Motorola, could fire CEO and 20 percent of workforce

Lenovo's recent financial results show a continuing loss for Motorola and the Mobile Business Group. Lenovo has a restructuring plan, which might mean Motorola CEO Rick Osterloh is out, as well as 20 percent of the workforce.


LG's leather-wrapped G4 is no dominatrix, but it does dominate

The LG G4 stakes its claim to be one of the best smartphones of 2015 with an incredible camera and a sleek, new design.

  • Pros: Bright screen with gorgeous contrast , Excellent camera…
  • Cons: Still made of plastic , UX features are a mixed bag…

Europe won’t take no for an answer, starts a petition to force Samsung to release the Note 5

Samsung has said Europe won't be getting the Galaxy Note 5, because it knows best. The best, apparently, is the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus. However, not everyone's convinced, and there's a petition to force Samsung to reconsider.


Zuk Z1 news: New pictures of the Cyanogen-powered OnePlus 2 challenger

Zuk is a new name about to burst onto the smartphone market. It's backed by Lenovo and software firm Qihoo 360, and its first model, the Z1, will challenge phones from Xiaomi, Huawei, and OnePlus.