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Google Nest Wifi leaked for Pixel 4 event

Google Nest Wifi leaked for Pixel 4 event

The Google-made device called Nest Wifi was leaked this morning with a few details on expansion. Nest Wifi will require a single base router and at least one (and likely several) beacons. Nest Wifi will reportedly be like other mesh wifi systems, but with the added benefit of microphones and speakers on each beacon for use with Google Assistant.

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Huawei Mate 30 Pro leak is a real treat for camera lovers

Huawei Mate 30 Pro leak is a real treat for camera lovers

The Huawei Mate 30 Pro is a phone that's already been extensively leaked, but today, we're getting some new hands-on images of the phone. As with most leaks that deal with devices spotted in the real world, the pictures that surfaced today aren't the highest quality, likely due to the fact that they were taken in haste. Still, they show the phone from the front and back, giving us a good idea of what it will look like when it arrives.

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New iPad Pro leak shows off some familiar camera tech

New iPad Pro leak shows off some familiar camera tech

Apple's newest batch of iPhones haven't even begun shipping out yet, but we're already onto talking about the next releases in Apple's product lineup. A new image featuring a final mockup of the next iPad has leaked out, and while it only shows the back of the device, there's still plenty we can glean from it. It seems, for instance, that the next iPad will have something in common with the iPhone 11 Pro.

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Google event Oct 15 with Pixel 4 on deck

Google event Oct 15 with Pixel 4 on deck

Today the Pixel 4 Google event was confirmed for October 15, 2019. This scheduling and a wide variety of leaks make it a very good bet that the Google Pixel 4 and Google Pixel 4 XL will be revealed alongside other Google devices and services. This event's date placement is extremely similar to the last three years of Google events for their Google Pixel smartphone lineup.

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In 2020, Samsung Galaxy S11 will take a new angle

In 2020, Samsung Galaxy S11 will take a new angle

When analyzing the possibilities for Samsung's next generation of Galaxy S and Note devices, you may want to consider readjusting your expectations the year 2020. Not because they'll be bringing anything particularly different for the masses, but because of how Samsung's about to flip their script. It won't be the tech that's changed, it'll be Samsung's message.

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Facebook Portal TV add-on rumors hint at a strategy shake-up

Facebook Portal TV add-on rumors hint at a strategy shake-up

Facebook isn't giving up on Portal, with the social network reportedly readying a Portal TV device for the holidays that would expand its controversial hardware into greater content consumption, potentially in the hope of bypassing skepticism around how trustworthy the company is. Launched last year, Facebook Portal is a pair of video calling smart displays, which was debuted right in the midst of a privacy crisis.

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First 19x Pokemon GO Gen 5 Pokemon releases revealed

First 19x Pokemon GO Gen 5 Pokemon releases revealed

Pokemon GO will launch several Generation 5 (Gen V) Pokemon (from the Unova region) all at once this month. Early clues and codes in the game suggest that we've got the first 19 Pokemon from Unova ready to roll, some Shiny, some not-so-shiny, all of them super cute. Let's have a peek at what we've got coming up first, starting on the 16th of September, 2019.

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Google Pixel 4 camera may out-magic iPhone 11 Pro

Google Pixel 4 camera may out-magic iPhone 11 Pro

The Google Camera 7.0 leak we're looking at today suggests that the Google Pixel 4 will have several new features from the get-go. This newest leak suggests that the features we've just seen revealed for the iPhone 11 Pro may give Apple a run for its money. These features for Pixel 4 include - but are not limited to - Live HDR, mesh warping (for selfie distortions), Night Sight improvements, Motion Blur, Zero Shutter Lag, Dynamic Depth Format, Playground AR Sticker integration, Measure Mode (AR), Rewind Mode, Audio Zoom, and of course new Google Lens abilities.

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iPhone 11 two-way charging may be inside, but disabled

iPhone 11 two-way charging may be inside, but disabled

Earlier this year the iPhone 11 series was rumored to have access to two-way charging via its backside wireless charging panel. This system was rumored to work with Qi-standard technology, much like earlier iterations of the iPhone - the first generations with wireless charging tech. Today an insider tip suggests that the iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max may still have this two-way charging tech, just "disabled" via software.

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The first Samsung Galaxy S11 leaks are here

The first Samsung Galaxy S11 leaks are here

Today we're taking a peek at the first of what'll likely be a long line of teasers, leaks, and rumors about the Samsung Galaxy S11 for 2020. This device will replace the Samsung Galaxy S10 and Galaxy S10 Plus, devices that were first released in March of 2019. In the year 2020, the Samsung Galaxy S11 line of phones will be detailed with colors that expand upon work done on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus.

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Google Pixel 4 camera features leaked: Night Sight expands

Google Pixel 4 camera features leaked: Night Sight expands

We're quite close to the launch of the Google Pixel 4 and, in all likelihood, the Google Pixel 4 XL. Today a leak suggested that the device's cameras would be improved. This improvement in camera power isn't in and of itself a newsworthy piece of info, but the features that appeared in the leak give us a bit of insight into Google's future vision for an ideal smartphone camera setup.

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iPhone XR 2, 2019 reboot details leak Apple’s latest budget iPhone

iPhone XR 2, 2019 reboot details leak Apple’s latest budget iPhone

Today we've put together details via rumors of the next-generation budget-friendly iPhone XR from Apple. Given the recent news that the iPhone XR out-shipped every other smartphone in the world in the first half of the year, it seems fitting that we should get another version of the device by the end of this year. What better way to allow a wide array of people to have access to the iOS ecosystem than to sell an iPhone that looks like new, feels like new, but doesn't cost nearly as much as the most premium new iPhone 11?

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