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  • Kobo's audiobooks are now accessible through CarPlay
    Chris Velazco

    Kobo has been slinging e-books for years now, but it's still pretty new to the whole audiobook craze -- the Canadian company (and Rakuten subsidiary) only added spoken-word content to its catalog about a year ago. Thankfully, Kobo recently made it a little easier to keep listening to Caroline Kepnes' You after you've gotten cozy behind the wheel. Devotees can now listen to their Kobo audiobooks through Apple CarPlay-compatible infotainment systems — just connect the phone to your car, fire up the app, and you're off to the races (so to speak).

  • 10 features that may soon disappear from your smartphones
    Debashis Sarkar

    1. In order to offer design innovations and differentiate themselves, smartphone brands have taken drastic steps like removing the traditional 3.5mm headphone jack, replacing the fingerprint scanner with face unlock and more. Similar to these, there are several other features that may soon disappear from your smartphones. Here’s a look at 10 such features ...

  • HP Spectre Folio review: T3 goes hands-on to find out if it truly is the PC reinvented
    Robert Jones

    HP has unveiled its new Spectre Folio 2-in-1 hybrid PC at a dedicated event in New York City, which naturally T3 attended, and what follows is our hot take hands on HP Spectre Folio review.

  • Samsung Reportedly Plans to Lower Memory Chip Growth as Demand Slowdown Looms
    Thomson Reuters

    Samsung Electronics Co is planning to curb growth in memory chip output next year to keep supplies tight amid an expected slowdown in demand, Bloomberg reported on Thursday, citing people briefed on the matter.

  • Can Motorola One Power Dethrone Redmi Note 5 Pro, Redmi 6 Pro?
    Pranay Parab

    The Xiaomi Redmi 6 Pro and Motorola One Power are the focus of this episode of Orbital as Android experts Roydon Cerejo and Aditya Shenoy join host Pranay Parab. We begin this episode by talking about the Redmi 6 Pro, which is Xiaomi's first smartphone with a notch. Is there more to this smartphone than the notch? Reviewer Roydon Cerejo has a lot to say on that subject. We begin by talking about the display and the build quality of the Redmi 6 Pro, before mentioning its processor and RAM. Then we mention Redmi 6 Pro price in India and the storage variants on sale in the country. This is when Roydon talks about a key feature of this smartphone that falls well short of expectations. We begin mentioning the pros of the Redmi 6 Pro, more of which you can see in our review. The list ends rather soon. Then we talk about the cons of the Redmi 6 Pro, which is where things get interesting as we mention a host of negatives and wonder whether these can be fixed via software updates. Speaking of which, the software of the Redmi 6 Pro gets a special mention, where we highlight one of the biggest cons of this smartphone.

  • Save 97% on the Essential iOS 12 Development Bundle
    Roland Hutchinson

    We have a great deal on the Essential iOS 12 Development Bundle in the Geeky Gadgets Deals store today, it is available with 97% Off.

  • Uber Launches 24/7 Phone Support in Britain
    Thomson Reuters

    Uber won a probationary licence to operate in London in June after it modified its business model to ease strained relations with Transport for London, which had previously stripped the company of its right to function in the capital.

  • Apple offering new AppleCare monthly plans along with theft and loss option
    Kelly Tyko

    Cautious and clumsy consumers should be prepared to pay more for protecting the new, bigger iPhones.

  • Nokia may be planning a gaming-centered smartphone
    Sam Medley

    A now-deleted tweet on Nokia's Indian Twitter account teased a gaming-centered smartphone. The post, which was hastily taken down, said that we should "stay tuned for a phone you can #GameOn," heavily implying that Nokia may have plans for a gaming smartphone. Given the recent rise in mobile gaming, this wouldn't be unwarranted.

  • Samsung Galaxy A7(2018) with triple rear cameras spotted online
    Priya Pathak

    After the rumours of Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus to come with five cameras, there is a new leak that shows three cameras at the back of the phone. The phone in question is the up and coming Samsung Galaxy A(2018) that has surfaced online and flaunts three cameras at the back.

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