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Xiaomi Mi A3 is Chinese OEM’s next Android One phone

Xiaomi Mi A3 is Chinese OEM’s next Android One phone

Xiaomi phones have always sold like pancakes in China but it has had a harder time gaining traction in other markets. Part of that is due to Xiaomi's custom MIUI interface that may not appeal to markets outside of China. Surprisingly, the company recently jumped on the Android One program and it wasn't even just a one-time publicity stunt. Images of a Mi A3 phone have now popped up on the Internet to seemingly prove that third time's a charm.

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Galaxy Note 10 availability details leak to complete the picture

Galaxy Note 10 availability details leak to complete the picture

The Galaxy Note 10 has been leaked to death by now, but one thing that was left undecided was its launch date and price. Samsung has already announced when the phone will be unveiled but, as always, the exact details of when it would hit shelves have yet to be revealed. With less than a month left, that information is coming out to give prospective buyers the chance to save up and prepare for the most expensive Galaxy Note phones yet.

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Cheapest Galaxy Note 10 still has two surprising pluses

Cheapest Galaxy Note 10 still has two surprising pluses

This morning we were taking a look at our latest set of pre-release date Galaxy Note 10 details (read: rumors and tips) and happened upon a revelation. The future was right before our eyes, and it wasn't even a feature that hadn't popped up on a phone before. In fact, it'll appear on the base model!

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Armored Mewtwo weakness, counters for Pokemon GO today

Armored Mewtwo weakness, counters for Pokemon GO today

Armored Mewtwo weaknesses in Pokemon GO are much the same as the original Mewtwo - it's just the amount of hammering you'll need to do that's changed. The three types you'll want to concentrate on are Bug, Ghost, and Dark. This does not necessarily count out a Pokemon that's not primarily that type, it only suggests that you should seek out Pokemon with these sorts of moves. Let's take a look!

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Galaxy Note 10 poses for the FCC to confirm rumors

Galaxy Note 10 poses for the FCC to confirm rumors

In less than a month, Samsung will take the veils off its third flagship of the year, with the Galaxy Fold taking the place of second. By now, however, almost everything about it has been unofficially revealed by rumors and leaks. Of course, those are all unofficial, no matter how credible the source may be. It's still unofficial but leaksters don't have anything on the FCC who may have given the public the closest it could get to official confirmation.

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Galaxy Fold seen in the wild brings hope of imminent launch

Galaxy Fold seen in the wild brings hope of imminent launch

There is still ongoing doubt that Samsung will be able to still pull off its first foldable phone. All that the public has is the word of some Samsung execs and some leaks that claim the Galaxy Fold redesign is ready to go into mass production. Now it seems there is tangible or at least visual proof that it might indeed be the case as a Galaxy Fold was spotted in India. Presuming, of course, it's the new Galaxy Fold.

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Shoelace is Google’s latest attempt at making a social network that sticks

Shoelace is Google’s latest attempt at making a social network that sticks

Google doesn't have the best track record when it comes to creating successful social networks, but that isn't going to stop if from trying again anyway. Today the company revealed Shoelace, a new social network centered around finding people with similar interests and meeting in up with them in the real world. In that sense, it almost seems like Shoelace is competing with Facebook on the events front.

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Strava Relive breakup official: he said, she said

Strava Relive breakup official: he said, she said

Both Strava and Relive have made statements on their recent breakup, suggesting that the other was the one that was at fault. According to Relive, they worked with Strava and followed Strava's recent takedown request - but were blocked from the API nonetheless. Strava said Relive was simply abusing its API.

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Pokemon GO: Armored Mewtwo released: The essential details

Pokemon GO: Armored Mewtwo released: The essential details

Today we're diving in DEEP with the best Pokemon GO Pokemon since inception - Armored Mewtwo! This Pokemon was released on July 11, 2019, and appeared ONLY in Five Star Raid Battles. Today we're looking not only at the release timing and the surface-level details, we're diving deep, into the code! Here you'll find ALL the information you'll ever need on how to battle, defend against, and catch your own Armored Mewtwo in Pokemon GO as soon as possible!

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Galaxy Note 10 USB-C earphones could have Active Noise Cancellation

Galaxy Note 10 USB-C earphones could have Active Noise Cancellation

The Galaxy Note 10 won't have a 3.5 mm headphone jack. It will have, instead, a USB-C headphone jack. Even before the phone has launched, it is already earning criticism because of that one "feature" among many other criticized changes. Samsung may already be preparing for the backlash by providing not just USB-C in-ear headphones but ones that come with a noise canceling feature that's unusual for buds that ship inside phone boxes.

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Windows 10 Preview expands phone mirroring, passwordless login

Windows 10 Preview expands phone mirroring, passwordless login

Microsoft may have thrown in the towel as far as its own mobile platform goes but it is making up for lost time by connecting Windows 10 more intimately with smartphones. That comes via the Your Phone app which is getting more features at every turn. The latest is the Phone Screen Mirroring function that Microsoft is now rolling out to more Surface devices in the latest Insider Preview for the next version of Windows 10.

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Android malware Agent Smith replaces legit apps with infected copies

Android malware Agent Smith replaces legit apps with infected copies

It's not uncommon to hear of some form of Android malware wreaking havoc on users' lives. Some of these even manage to get into Google Play Store, much to the platform maker's shame. This new strain of virus at least doesn't come from Android's canonical app store but its effects are no less destructive. In fact, it can manage to replace apps you did install from Google Play Store with infected duplicates, which is why its discoverers have dubbed it "Agent Smith".

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