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Facebook Makes Donating During Crises Easier

The Crisis Response Hub on Facebook has received an update that makes it easier for visitors to donate when a disaster, natural or otherwise, occurs. Each crisis page features a donate option at the top of the display. Facebook won't charge any fees for donations.

MediaTek Will No Longer Focus On High-End SoCs

For a few years now, MediaTek has been trying to release a high-end chipset and the latest attempt at this was with the Helio X30. Unfortunately, the latter has various issues with production and was late to the market. Another problem was that only Meizu decided to use it,

Samsung Galaxy S9 To Enter Mass Production Next Month

According to Ice Universe, Samsung has finished the development of its next-generation Galaxy S smartphones and is getting ready for mass production. The report claims that the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus will launch sooner and could hit store shelves in February or early March.

Vivo V7 Plus Launches In New Color Option

Back in September, Vivo announced a new mid-range selfie-focused smartphone called Vivo V7 Plus. The smartphone was launched in two color options, including Champagne Gold and Matte Black colors. Today, the company has launched a new color variant called Energetic Blue.

Lenovo Miix 520 With Kaby Lake-R Officially Launches

Back in August, Lenovo unveiled a new 2-in-1 tablet called Miix 520. The tablet was also one of the first 2-in-1 devices that packed Intel's 8th generation Core Kaby Lake-R quad-core processor. Starting today, the tablet is officially up for order in the United States and China.

Logitech Bricking All Harmony Link Units Next Year

If you own a Harmony Link universal hub for your home theater setup, you'll need to get a new product. Logitech, without any refund to customers, is going to brick all units on March 16, 2018. Consumers who paid for their hub will now be left with an entirely nonfunctional item.