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Google Pixel 2 might be even more expensive

Google Pixel 2 might be even more expensive

Is it too early to begin talking about the Pixel 2? Some would almost certainly say yes, but the mysterious, unnamed sources responsible for keeping the rumor mill churning say no. We're hearing a lot of new information about Google's follow up to the Pixel today - all of it is interesting but none of it is confirmed, so proceed with caution.

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Verizon eyes potential Charter buyout in its unending quest for expansion

Verizon eyes potential Charter buyout in its unending quest for expansion

Another day, another massive telecom company looking to expand its reach through mergers and acquisitions. Today the culprit is Verizon, and according to new reports, it's looking to add Charter to its portfolio of subsidiaries. Adding Charter to its ranks would expand Verizon's business significantly, but for the moment, Verizon is only in preliminary talks about a potential buyout.

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iPad Pro 2 release likely joined by 2 more slates

iPad Pro 2 release likely joined by 2 more slates

2016 was pretty light on new iPad models, but if new reports are to be believed, we could be looking at a 2017 that's packed with iPads. Apple is said to be looking to launch three new iPad models in 2017, with mass production getting underway on all three within the first half of the year. That would open the window to launching all three in the second half, or even earlier if Apple decides it want to get these to market as soon as possible.

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iPhone 8 release specifications point to 2 massive release options

iPhone 8 release specifications point to 2 massive release options

Apple's iPhone 8 will be released at some point, but the data we're looking at today suggests that it wont be out in the year 2017. Apple won't be skipping a year for iPhone releases - there's no good reason for them to do so. Instead, one of two major possibilities is that the next iPhone won't be an iPhone 8 at all, but an iPhone 7s. Imagine that - Apple following the same release schedule they've been on for over six years - madness!

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DJI tipped in majority stake acquisition of Hasselblad

DJI tipped in majority stake acquisition of Hasselblad

DJI has acquired a majority stake in the Swedish camera company Hasselblad, according to sources. Both companies will reportedly develop high-end drone cameras in collaboration with each other, merging the best of DJI’s drone technology and Hasselblad’s camera technology. At this point it isn't clear what plans DJI has for Hasselblad, aside from working with it to develop some drone cameras.

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LG G6 rumored with glass back for wireless charging

LG G6 rumored with glass back for wireless charging

Shortly after a set of renders gave us some idea of what the LG G6 might look like, we're hearing a new rumor that changes things up a bit. According to ETNews, the G6 will have a glass back when it arrives next year, following in Samsung's footsteps with the Galaxy S7. Going with a glass back would be a first for the G-series, which has received new backplate materials for a few releases now.

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Galaxy S8 Plus tipped with 6-inch display as Samsung plots Note revival

Galaxy S8 Plus tipped with 6-inch display as Samsung plots Note revival

We've already heard plenty of rumors about the Galaxy S8's display, but today a new one is giving us some interesting details. According to Naver, Samsung will again offer two versions of its flagship, but one Galaxy S8 model will come with a 6-inch display. That's a fair bit larger than Galaxy S phones of the past, and even larger than the displays we see on the Galaxy Note.

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BlackBerry Mercury could be the Android innovator in 2017

BlackBerry Mercury could be the Android innovator in 2017

2017 is bound to have its share of impressive Android phones, but one you may want to begin paying attention to is the BlackBerry Mercury. Thus far, Blackberry has been tight-lipped about what to expect in the Mercury, but a number of leaks and reports have painted a fairly clear picture nonetheless. Should these turn out to be true, then the Mercury could end up being one of the most unique Android phones of the year.

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Nintendo Switch reportedly cuts GPU clock speed significantly when undocked

Nintendo Switch reportedly cuts GPU clock speed significantly when undocked

We're learning more about the capabilities of the Nintendo Switch today, though folks who are hoping that it'll be able to challenge the Xbox One or PS4 may not be pleased to hear it. A new report from Digital Foundry is shedding some light on the performance hit the Nintendo Switch takes in its portable mode. As it turns out, the GPU is the only component that takes a sizable performance hit upon switching modes, but it's a fairly significant one.

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The BIG Galaxy S8 rumor roundup: Release date, camera, more!

The BIG Galaxy S8 rumor roundup: Release date, camera, more!

With the Galaxy Note 7 soon to be well and truly dead, it's time to turn our attention toward the Galaxy S8, Samsung's next flagship device. We're not likely to find out any official details until sometime in February at the earliest, but as always, the rumor mill has been churning and pumping out plenty of snippets in the meantime. What can we expect from the Galaxy S8? Here's what the rumors thus far claim.

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iPhone 8 Release: What we already know about Apple’s 2017 flagship

iPhone 8 Release: What we already know about Apple’s 2017 flagship

In the Fall of 2017 Apple will reveal its iPhone 8, a device that's already begun its detail leak process months in advance. This device will be the 8th generation in the iPhone line, or the 10th iPhone if we include the iPhone Plus devices as additional models. This combined with the fact that 2017 is 10 years away from the year of the iPhone's inception, 2007, have lead some publishers to hypothesize on a magical "iPhone 10" release. We're attempting to err on the side of a more reasonable smartphone.

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Spotify Jump In tipped to give free users on-demand feature

Spotify Jump In tipped to give free users on-demand feature

If you’re a Spotify free user, you’re limited to a shuffle-only sort of music experience, a frustrating limitation for those who don’t want to pay. In the future, though, Spotify may change that to give free users an element of on-demand access, though perhaps one not as robust as what’s available to premium users. This information comes from a new report claiming as much, with the new feature — “Jump In” — possibly coming in the next handful of weeks.

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