Mobile Phones

Track your electricity usage with Glow

GlowCurrently, it’s difficult to know exactly how much electricity your home uses. So many devices that get plugged in, but nothing to tell you about your power usage. Glow, available on Kickstarter, is an ambient home energy tracker that will give you the information you need to cut down your electricity bills.

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Apple announces iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X

Apple iPhone XYesterday’s Apple event brought with it three major announcements from its mobile smartphone flagship: the iPhone 8, the iPhone 8 Plus and the iPhone X, an innovative new version of the best seller that opts for a new design that sets it apart from its predecessors.

The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus

First announced were the anticipated iPhone 8 lines of handsets, which consumers had been waiting to see for the past few months. At the face of it the two don’t do a lot that is different from past versions. The design is similar, though they have a new metallic casing in a pink or silver color that are a stretch from what we have seen in the past. This should make them more durable, which will be a relief for any Apple user who has shattered the glass backing on their phone.

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LG V30 is poised to be a smartphone for content creation

LG V30 ModelsLG is moving towards improving smartphones for content creation with the new LG V30 device. There has been a lot of thought put into this model with something exciting features popping up. Creating and watching high-quality video that other devices can’t is LG’s selling point with the V30.

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Samsung Galaxy Note8 might become 2017’s best smartphone

Samsung Galaxy Note8Few days ago Samsung officially released information on the Galaxy Note8 smartphone with a focus on a bigger screen and improved functionality. The Infinity Display, S Pen and camera features have been upgraded in the latest device in the Galaxy Note range. Can this become a hit for Samsung? Let’s see…

The Samsung Galaxy Note8’s Tech Specs

To start with, with the specs are as followed: The display is a 6.3-inch Quad HD+, Super AMOLED with 2960×1440 resolution. The camera is a dual camera with dual optical image stabilisation (OIS). Image modes include wide-angle with 12MP dual pixel AF, F1.7 and OIS and telephoto with 12MP, AF, F2.4, OIS and 2X optical zoom with up to 10x digital zoom. The front camera is 8MP AF and F1.7.

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Details of the coming iPhone 8 leaked online, launch date in September

Apple iPhone 8 RumourThe iPhone 7 was a bit of a bust with critics, but Apple is already on their way to something new with the iPhone 8. According to leaks, the latest in the iconic flagship is headed to shelves as early as the middle of September. It will be sold alongside the cheaper iPhone 7S, following the same line of products we have come to expect from the tech giant.

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Moto Z2 Force brings back beloved features in new device

Moto Z2 ForceLenono has announced their Motorola phone, their latest in their Z Force line, which gained a reputation for its virtually shatter proof screen.

The Moto Z2 Force is similar to its predecessor. It maintains a similar design with rounded corners and a size meant to fit easily in the hand (no phablets here). The screen uses their patented ShatterShield technology. The plastic screen can withstand most abuse and is the most indestructible currently on the market. That makes it prone to scratches, but a simple screen protector would take care of that.

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OnePlus 5 attempts to corner under $500 smartphone market

OnePlus 5The OnePlus 5 is the latest smartphone release that is looking to corner the largely unrepresented market for devices under $500. But they still manage to pack a lot of power and features into their handset.

OnePlus 5 Tech Specs

It isn’t the most powerful phone out there, but for the price it is hard to beat. Under the hood there is a 2.45 GHz Snapdragon 835 processor, which places it in the running with much more expensive devices. It holds a whopping 6GB of RAM, which is going to be a huge draw for those who have been looking to go 4 GB+ for the performance.

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