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Tesla’s Model 3 March reveal could feature a second new car

Tesla’s Model 3 March reveal could feature a second new car

Tesla's Model 3 is almost upon us, but according to the rumor mill it could be bringing an unexpected friend to its March 2016 reveal. A second new car, potentially the Model Y crossover that Tesla CEO Elon Musk teased briefly as the smaller counterpart to the Model X SUV, is said to be lining up ready to debut alongside the more affordable Model 3.

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Galaxy Tab E 7.0 specs leak, 1.3GHz CPU and 1.5GB RAM

Galaxy Tab E 7.0 specs leak,  1.3GHz CPU and 1.5GB RAM

Details on a coming Samsung tablet have leaked and that tablet is called the Galaxy Tab E 7.0. The new tablet is an entry-level unit that brings a smaller size device to sit under the Galaxy Tab E 8.0 tablet that launched last week in Taiwan. That Galaxy Tab E 8.0 device had 4G LTE support, the leak claims LTE and WiFi versions for the smaller tablet.

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Galaxy S7 preview video shows what is rumored so far

Galaxy S7 preview video shows what is rumored so far

A new video has turned up on YouTube that claims to show details and features of the coming Galaxy S7 smartphone form Samsung. We are taking this video with a big grain of salt since nothing is official just yet and isn’t expected to be until MWC kicks off next month. The video appears to round up all the rumors so far and offers them along with what appear to be renderings of the smartphone based on rumor.

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HTC Desire T7 spied on GFXBench

HTC Desire T7 spied on GFXBench

We often get our first glimpse at unannounced smartphones and tablets when they turn up on GFXBench and similar sources. The tablet that has surfaced at the benchmark website this time out is the HTC Desire T7. The device carries model number HTC IV5001-A and will rock a 6.9-inch screen. Last summer a leak pegged the price of the tablet at $170.

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Galaxy S6, Note 5 Android Marshmallow rollout leaked with updated schedule

Galaxy S6, Note 5 Android Marshmallow rollout leaked with updated schedule

Android fans are always out for the latest flavor of the OS for the smartphones. While users of many of the latest smartphones from HTC and LG have been enjoying Android 6.0 Marshmallow for a while now, fans of Samsung devices have been left out. A leaked roadmap has surfaced that claims to show when Samsung fans will get their hands on Android 6.0.

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Nintendo NX leaked to support 900p/60fps native, 4K streaming

Nintendo NX leaked to support 900p/60fps native, 4K streaming

It's going to take a while before Nintendo finally reveals its new NX gaming console, which could make or break its place in the gaming industry once and for all. That means, of course, that there is plenty of time to hear about both good things and disappointing speculation. For the former, a leaked survey seems to hint that the NX would be at least comparable with its current gen rivals from Sony and Microsoft. But like any platform, it will be the content that takes advantage of the hardware that will be the key to the Nintendo NX's success.

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Samsung Galaxy S7 camera modules, sheathed body sighted

Samsung Galaxy S7 camera modules, sheathed body sighted

With just a few weeks left before MWC 2016 and Samsung's rumored big reveal of the Galaxy S7 flagship, or flagships if you may, rumors and alleged sightings of the smartphone, or at least parts of it, are naturally starting to heat up. Like many of Samsung's previous high end smartphones that have been the subject of endless speculation, much of the Galaxy S7 has already been "revealed" to death. Of course, that doesn't mean there's no room for more, like these pair of photos the seemingly come straight from Samsung's production lines.

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Galaxy S7 screen sizes confirmed by Indian test site

Galaxy S7 screen sizes confirmed by Indian test site

There have been many leaks over the last few months that claim to offer up details about the coming Samsung flagship smartphone called the Galaxy S7. So far, we have had leaks that claim to confirm the Exynos chipset inside the smartphone. We've talked quite a bit about what might be inside the Galaxy S7 when it launches.

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Exclusive: Faraday Future prototyping 5G with LeTV

Exclusive: Faraday Future prototyping 5G with LeTV

LeTV, the Chinese online entertainment company backing California-based electric vehicle maker Faraday Future, has begun prototyping with 5G networks, a move suggesting Faraday could be the first automaker to experiment with next-generation in-vehicle connectivity.

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LG G5 may go modular to keep removable battery

LG G5 may go modular to keep removable battery

LG may have figured out a way to deliver the metal flagship phone users desire with the removable battery they demand. The upcoming Android smartphone, widely expected to be dubbed the LG G5, is expected to be revealed in Barcelona in late February, but whispers from those close to the project suggest the form-factor will be fairly unusual.

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Amazon Echo might have a portable “Fox” version soon

Amazon Echo might have a portable “Fox” version soon

If you still can't figure out what place Amazon's Alexa has in your living room, perhaps you'll be able to figure it out better once she's in your hand or in your bag. Amazon Echo, the rather odd Amazon speaker contraption that also behaves as a smart assistant, has gotten rather mixed but generally positive reviews and that has prompted the retailer to expand, not just to cars or fridge magnets, but also to portable devices. Codenamed "Fox", the portable version of Amazon Echo is tipped to be coming in the next few weeks and will be Amazon's more formal bid to make Alexa a more prominent figure in the smart personal assistant wars.

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Facebook Messenger might be getting a Mac app

Facebook Messenger might be getting a Mac app

It is one of those unofficial rumors that both make sense and don't. Based on a blurry photo, it seems that Facebook is working on a dedicated Mac app for its Messenger chat service, independent of the Facebook instance that run inside your browser. If it's true and if the app ever sees the light of day in public, it would be the first time Facebook would provide a separate chatting experience on the desktop, something that it has already done for the mobile counterpart.

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