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HP Envy x2 (Snapdragon 835) review – CNET

Every year, new smartphones come out with fancy new processors that promise quicker speeds than you’ve ever experience. Every year, I buy one of these smartphones and find that, yeah, it’s fast, but that new power isn’t really needed to browse the internet or surf Instagram. That’s why when Microsoft ...

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Ask Engadget: Is Instagram creeping on my kid?

Edgar AlvarezSenior Editor That’s a great question. And it’s funny you ask that now because earlier this month, Facebook announced that it will start using its artificial intelligence tech to identify billions of images on Instagram, including food and other items. As far as we know, the company isn’t using ...

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HTC U12 Plus Release Date, Price and Specs – CNET

The HTC U12 Plus gets skinny bezels and does away with actual buttons. Josh Miller/CNET It looks like a button, feels like a button, but it’s not a button. That’s right, there are no clicks on the new HTC U12 Plus. The sleep/wake button and the volume keys are nothing ...

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Vive Focus VR update lets you take calls from the real world

Another cool feature brought by this major update is a “Surroundings Mode,” which is basically a see-through mode that can be toggled by simply double-clicking the power button. This is likely the same mode that allowed HTC Vive’s China Regional President Alvin Wang Graylin to do a catwalk while wearing ...

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Fujifilm X-T100 Release Date, Price and Specs – CNET

Fujifilm has always done classy retro, and the new Champagne Gold and Dark Silver continue that tradition. Fujifilm Just a half-step up from its 2-year-old entry-level X-A5 mirrorless, Fujifilm recasts most of the components of that model into a slightly more advanced package. But it’s still intended it for the ...

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Razer Blade (2018) Release Date, Price and Specs – CNET

Sarah Tew/CNET The slim, powerful Razer Blade gaming laptop is getting its biggest design overhaul to date. We’ve always really liked the 14-inch Blade for its subtle design, multicolored backlit keyboard and general gaming chops. But the display had a thick bezel that felt a little dated, and the GPU ...

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