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Apple’s September 12th 2018 event: what to expect

Apple’s September 12th 2018 event: what to expect

We’re counting down the hours to Apple’s much awaited event of the year, even if it’s still more than 24 hours away. But while the event on 12th September is already earmarked for that iPhone, the story hardly that simple. Yes, we are getting new iPhones, but which ones? And it won’t be arriving alone either. Over the past months, even all the way back to late 2017, we’ve been inundated with rumors, leaks, and tips about Apple’s next mobile devices and wearables. And even if those don’t come to pass, they were strong enough to have changed the face of the market way before the next-gen iPhone X. To help you navigate through tomorrow’s big day, here’s the Cliff Notes version of what we’re expecting to be unveiled.

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Pixelbook 2 leaks in ads pre-Google event

Pixelbook 2 leaks in ads pre-Google event

Today we're taking a peek at a collection of new Chromebook Pixel and/or Pixelbook leaks with different sized displays. In these leaks, a few different industrial design elements are in play. Two different Pixelbooks appear, and a video seems to show a third. Either there's one new device, two new devices, or no new devices, and Google's having a laugh at us.

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Samsung Galaxy A6 and Galaxy Tab A 10.5 get an affordable US release date

Samsung Galaxy A6 and Galaxy Tab A 10.5 get an affordable US release date

With rumors of its foldable smartphone continuing to swirl, Samsung has decided to go in a completely different direction by announcing two mid-range devices for the US. Today, Samsung announced that the Galaxy A6 smartphone and the Galaxy Tab A 10.5-inch tablet, which have both debuted in other regions already, will arrive Stateside later this month. Obviously, being mid-range devices, they don't really have the hardware to compete with Samsung's flagship phones and tablets, but the trade-off is that you won't be paying $1000 for the privilege of owning one.

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Amazon Fire HD 8 and Kids Edition released for 2018

Amazon Fire HD 8 and Kids Edition released for 2018

Amazon's 2018 tablets are here, both with Fire, both with Alexa. There's an Amazon Fire HD 8 and an Amazon Fire HD 8 Kids Edition ready to roll here in September of 2018, and they're both pretty similar to one another. Today we're going to take a peek at what the Fire HD 8 (for 2018) is all about - just the basics.

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iPad Pro 12.9 renders show a symmetrical, notch-less face

iPad Pro 12.9 renders show a symmetrical, notch-less face

We often get treated to a never-ending series of renders for every upcoming high-profile smartphone worth making a render of. That, however, doesn’t mean only smartphones get that treatment. When it comes to tablets, there is probably nothing as high-profile as the iPad, specifically the premium iPad Pros. With just a week left before Apple’s iPhone event, there’s no better time than now to show what the next 12.9-inch iPad Pro will look like.

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Microsoft kills Surface Plus financing & upgrade program

Microsoft kills Surface Plus financing & upgrade program

For those who are fans of paying for Microsoft's Surface devices over a two-year period, as well as upgrading to the latest model, there's some bad news for you: Microsoft has revealed that it's shutting down its Surface Plus Program, with enrollments and trade-ins no longer accepted as of this month. The Surface Plus for Business, which is the same program but for business owners, will remain available, however.

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MagicScroll rollable tablet gives folding screens a controversial form-factor

MagicScroll rollable tablet gives folding screens a controversial form-factor

Mobile devices with rollable displays are just around the corner, but one team is taking some fairly old-school inspiration for how a tablet could use the screen technology. The MagicScroll is the handiwork of Queen's University's Human Media Lab, combining a cutting-edge 7.5-inch flexible display with the form factor more akin to an ancient scroll.

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4 gadgets the Lenovo Yoga Book C930 could replace

4 gadgets the Lenovo Yoga Book C930 could replace

Convergence gave us the smartphone that was also a camera and media player, and now Lenovo's Yoga Book C930 wants to do the same for the larger gadgets that currently fill up your bag. The dual-screen clamshell cherry-picks the best of LCD, E Ink, and digital pen technology, encapsulating them all in an unusually compact design. That might be enough to help oust four other devices from your carry-on.

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Lenovo Yoga Book C930 vs original Yoga Book: What’s new

Lenovo Yoga Book C930 vs original Yoga Book: What’s new

Lenovo's original Yoga Book was an intriguing idea, but it's the Yoga Book C930 announced today where the delivery finally lives up to the sci-fi concept. Now squeezing two displays into its slender notebook form-factor, this modern-day Courier picks up its predecessor's baton and runs with it. Here's what you need to know about the upgrade.

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Lenovo Yoga C930 hands-on: This flagship sounds incredible

Lenovo Yoga C930 hands-on: This flagship sounds incredible

Lenovo has a new flagship, and the Yoga C930 wants to do for consumer 2-in-1 notebooks what ThinkPads have done for business laptops: give the category a new benchmark. Revealed today at IFA 2018, not only does the Yoga C930 look distinct - courtesy of Lenovo's new hinge design - it also addresses a number of common criticisms around pen-enabled notebooks.

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Lenovo Yoga Book C930 hands-on: Dual E Ink and LCD delight

Lenovo Yoga Book C930 hands-on: Dual E Ink and LCD delight

A good idea can turn into a great one if you stick with it, and happily Lenovo has done just that with the new Yoga Book C930. Building on the innovative but flawed idea of the original Yoga Book in 2016, this second-generation model addresses the most common complaints, throwing in a second, E Ink display, upgrading the processor, and generally making for a much more flexible - and thus useful - ultraportable.

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New iPad Pro case leak hints at vertical Smart Connector location

New iPad Pro case leak hints at vertical Smart Connector location

The fall season is quickly approaching, which means new devices in Apple's iPhone and iPad product lines. In the case of the upcoming iPad Pro model, the new tablet is widely expected to see smaller dimensions paired with slightly larger displays, as well as the addition of a TrueDepth camera system for Face ID. A report from late July detailing these changes also suggested that Apple would be relocating the iPad Pro's Smart Connector, and now there's evidence of a new case that backs up this change.

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