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Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is HDR-ready, gets reviewed

Unveiled less than a month ago, the Galaxy Tab S3 is Samsung's first HDR-ready tablet. Powered by a Snapdragon 820 SoC, 4GB of RAM and a beefy 6,000mAh battery, the tablet is good for 10 hours on a single charge. It comes equipped with an improved S-Pen stylus, adding some productivity and creativity to a device that's otherwise best used as a media device.

Instagram now lets you save livestreamed videos to your phone

When Instagram jumped into the live broadcasts bandwagon in November the company touted the feature as completely ephemeral: there is no option to replay a broadcast, so as soon as the video ends it disappears. This is was by design…

Super Mario Run finally arrives on Android this week

Super Mario Run, an iOS exclusive since its mid-December 2016 arrival, finally has a date with Android gamers set in stone. Nintendo recently revealed that the side-scrolling, auto-running platformer will launch worldwide on Google’s mobile operating system come March 23…

More rumored Android O features surface

There are only two months to go before Google unveils the latest version of its mobile operating system, Android 8.0, at the annual I/O developer conference. There have already been reports of three new smart features arriving in the OS,…

Amazon brings its Alexa voice assistant to the iPhone

Amazon is bringing Alexa to iOS devices as part of the company’s main shopping app. This isn’t the first time Alexa has been on a smartphone — third-party apps on both iOS and Android have integrated the digital assistant —…

McDonald's starts testing mobile ordering in the US

Good news for McDonald's fans who find the outlet’s food just isn’t fast enough. The company has finally started testing mobile ordering at a number of stores in California and Washington, letting customers choose their food and drinks before arriving…

HTC's latest phone, the U Ultra is getting mixed to positive reviews

The HTC U Ultra is the company's latest flagship, with a unique liquid-metal finish and a range of eye-catching finishes, the U Ultra is an attractive big phone. Packing well-rounded, powerful hardware and interesting features like a secondary notification panel and 24-bit audio (sans headphone jack), this phablet may be worthy of your consideration, though most reviewers are not keen about its premium pricing.

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