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Razer Working On A Smartphone For Gamers

Razer is a well-known company that produces various products for gamers. In January, Razer acquired Nexbit, a company behind the cloud-centric Robin smartphone. Shortly after the acquisition, the company stopped the production of Nextbit Robin to only focus on new products.

LG To Supply Apple With Batteries For 2018 iPhones

With Apple's 2017 iPhones just around the corner, rumors about 2018's models have already started making their way out of the woodwork. According to The Korea Economic Daily, the South Korean company LG will be Apple's exclusive supplier in 2018. The report says that LG has made

YouTube TV Reaches New Countries

YouTube TV is the service that Google launched back in April, but like every other new product, there are things that could be improved. The biggest problem with the service is that it only worked in five major US cities, including New York, the San Francisco Bay Area,

Alexa Coming To All Android Phones Soon

Alexa is one of the key players when it comes to digital assistants, but the Amazon's digital assistant has largely been limited to the company's own hardware. Recently, the company started integrating Alexa into its main shopping app, which is available for the iOS.

LG Expands Its Q Series Of Handsets, Unveils Q8

LG has just announced a new member of the recently launched Q series of handsets. Called LG Q8, the smartphone is just a smaller version of the LG V20, as it still packs the same hardware specifications, while some areas are even improved. Although the new model no longer

Samsung Pay Reaches Gear S3 In The UK

Owners of the Samsung Gear S3 in the United Kingdom have finally received a software update that enables support for Samsung Pay. Starting today, users will be able to use the Gear S3 smartwatch to make payments on all contactless payment terminals, including Oyster terminals

Feds Confirm Shutdown Of AlphaBay

Federal authorities in the US have confirmed they were involved in the shut down of AlphaBay, the largest dark net marketplace in the world. AlphaBay was "10 times the size of Silk Road," says Acting Director of the FBI Andrew McCabe. Hansa was also recently removed.
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