The phone in the image above looks like a tiny iPhone, though it runs Android and the operating system looks a lot like Apple’s watchOS. The device, which goes on sale next month for $350, is not a real smartphone either, so let’s not pretend it’s a good idea. The only reason we’re talking about it is because it has that Palm branding that reminds us of how great the webOS platform could have been, had Palm or HP actually found a way to compete against iPhone and Android.
Being blinded at 6 a.m. when you wake up and check the news will soon be a thing of the past, as Google is rolling out an update that adds a much-needed dark theme to Google News.
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The Google Pixel 3 XL has a lot of A.I. brainpower, but there’s a lot of blow back over the design — specifically, the notch. But there are a few ways to get that great Google experience without having to deal with it.
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The new Samsung Galaxy A9 2018 is different previous models, and with good reason: Samsung’s strategy is changing, and it wants to provide better features and more value on its phones that cost less than the flagship S series.
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