This week we reviewed the Honor 9 Lite, went hands-on with the Lava Red OnePlus 5T, and talked about what Huawei needs to do in 2018. Here’s the news of the week.
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Huawei in 2018: can’t stop, won’t stop The big target for Huawei in 2018 was the U.S., but the murky waters of geopolitics proved too hard to navigate. Does that mean that Huawei is dead in the water? Not by a long shot.
Why GPL violations are bad – Gary explains The thing about open source software is that it is equally a social contract as well as a legal agreement. That is why companies that break the open source “contract” are immoral and unjust.
OnePlus 5T Lava Red Edition hands-on OnePlus is now bringing the OnePlus 5T Lava Red Edition to North America and Europe. Join us as we go hands-on!
Pixel Visual Core for third-party apps enabled in Pixel 2 February update Google is finally enabling Pixel Visual Core, the company’s very first in-house chipset, for all Pixel 2 devices in the February 2018 Android security patch.
Honor 9 Lite review: four lenses on a budget The premium design and well-rounded specifications sheet is a compelling proposition, but does the Honor 9 Lite manage to stand out in the crowded budget and mid-range segment?
The most exciting smartphones coming in the first half of 2018 These upcoming flagships are exciting from a product as well as a business perspective. Here’s why.
Google reportedly developing a game streaming service codenamed ‘Yeti’ Anonymous informants are claiming that Google is secretly developing a game streaming service, codenamed “Yeti.” Is Google making a gaming console?
Google Home Max is the company’s smartest speaker, all thanks to Smart Sound We talk to Frances Kwee, Lead Acoustics Engineer for Google Home Max, about how Smart Sound makes the high-end speaker truly smart.
Here’s how to make a Flappy Bird clone in Unity in just 10 minutes Flappy Bird is the very basic mobile game that made creator Dong Nguyen very wealthy. In this post, you’ll see how to create a very similar game in just 10 minutes. Go from a blank screen to a fully functional game that’s ready to play on Android using Unity!
Turing scraps Appassionato and TCL deal, promises wild devices instead After three years of promises and hardly any devices shipped, Turing has exhausted its credibility. The latest news won’t help.
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