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Review Geek 6h
The new 5-Series and 6-Series TCL TVs offer QLED and Mini-LED technology and more at an affordable price point, and are available today. by
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Review Geek 6h
The Lookout app for Android just got lot more useful. Now it can scan food labels and documents to help you identify the world around you. That's great for anyone with low vision. by
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Review Geek 7h
Android's Wind Down mode is getting a name change and a bunch of new features, with automatic tools and alarm settings. It's on Pixels now, more Android phones later. by
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Review Geek 7h
Amazon wants to add free podcasts to its Music and Audible services. But podcasters have to submit their show for review and can't make any "disparaging" remarks about Amazon. by
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Review Geek 8h
Google is rolling out earthquake detection to Android phones. It might give you the few seconds you need to take cover. by
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Review Geek 8h
Microsoft's Xbox Game Pass Ultimate streaming is scheduled to release in September, but you can try it out in open beta now. It's available for Android in the Play Store. by
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Review Geek 11h
The GMMK is a great middle ground if you're looking for a flexible entrance into the world of mechanical keyboards. As long as you can get over the branding, that is. by
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Review Geek 12h
Phones are great at taking photos nowadays, but why not gain access to some new and unique features with a third-party camera app? by
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Review Geek Aug 10
'Minecraft: Education' is a fantastic learning program. Chromebooks are great educational devices. And now the two work together! by
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Review Geek Aug 10
August Smart lock bridges have a glaring flaw in them. Thankfully, hackers can't open your door. But they can access your home network, which is almost as bad. by
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Review Geek Aug 10
Love the LEGO Technic line or all things construction? The new LEGO Technic Volvo Articulated Hauler is something you'll enjoy building. by
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Review Geek Aug 10
Brydge's latest accessories give their standard tablet-turned-laptop keyboard to the new Surface line, with a nice-looking desktop keyboard and touchpad to boot. by
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Review Geek Aug 10
Is your old Fire tablet getting a little long in the tooth? Upgrade now and save up to $50 on Amazon's newest, fastest Fire tablets. by
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Review Geek Aug 10
Toshiba's laptop business is no more. After slumping sales for more than a decade, the manufacturer sold the last chunk of its capacity to rival Sharp. by
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Review Geek Aug 10
Is your keyboard taking up too much of your desk? Why not cut down and use a compact keyboard instead. by
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Review Geek Aug 10
The Pixel 4a is upon us! But how does it stack up against Apple's $400 iPhone SE? by
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Review Geek Aug 9
If you've installed a "wallpaper" or "new tab page" extension on Chrome lately, you might want to read this. A bunch of them were caught injecting spam search results on Google and Bing. by
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Review Geek Aug 9
DoorDash is launching a "virtual convenience store" that's a lot like its other convenience services, but with even more stuff from the places you love. by
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Review Geek Aug 9
LastPass is updating its Security Challenge with more features for everyone, including a "dark web monitoring" tool for paid subscribers. by
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Review Geek Aug 9
You'll no longer be able to see album art for the music you're listening to on your device's lock screen in the Android 11 update. by
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