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Google Home Can Now Make Calls

Google has just announced that its smart speaker is receiving a software update with an interesting feature for users in the United States and Canada. Starting today, users will be able to use the Google Home as a phone to make voice calls for free, so long as the call recipient

HTC Reports Another Bad Quarter

HTC's latest smartphones are very good devices, but not many people are actually interested in them and according to the Q2 results, it is only a matter of time before HTC exits the mobile market, if something drastically doesn't change. The company has now announced its

Leaked Render Reveals LG V30 From All Angles

LG V30 is set to be announced by the end of the month, on August 31, just ahead of the traditional IFA trade show. The company has already started sending media invites for the launch event, but ahead of the event, thanks to Evan Blass, we have a chance to see the

Saygus V2 Finally Gets Certified By The FCC

After months of delays, the Saygus V2 smartphone has finally received FCC approval. The phone went on pre-order way back in January of 2015, but due to various problems it never shipped. The last word from the company was it should start shipping in January this year, but

ZTE Announces Blade Z Max Handset Priced At $129

The rumoured ZTE Z982 has finally become official. The Chinese company has today announced the phone today under the name ZTE Blade Z Max. The successor to the Zmax Pro is priced at $129 and will start shipping through MetroPCS on August 26. Those that pre-register

Moto Z2 Force Holds Up Great In Durability Test

Motorola's flagship Moto Z smartphones are known for having a shatter-proof display that doesn't crack easily. Not only that, but Motorola also gives a four-year warranty against shattering and cracking from the original purchase date. The only question now is how durable

ASUS Announces Its First Windows 10 S Laptop

It took us three months to see first Windows 10 S laptop from ASUS. Dubbed the VivoBook W202NA, the notebook is very cheap and is meant to be used in schools. It is priced at $279 and is already available for purchase, but ASUS also said that a consumer model with Windows

Essential PH-1 Handset To Go On Sale This Week

Three months since its official announcement and Essential PH-1 has yet to go on sale. Customers can register for the phone in the United States, but they still can't buy it. The good news is that Sprint is expected to start selling the smartphone this week, on August 18.