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Samsung Galaxy Note 5 First Impressions

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The Samsung Galaxy Note 5, Samsung’s flagship phablet, now looks better than ever with improved features that take advantage of the Note’s companion – the S-Pen.

This new phone sports a glass back that curves downward on both sides. It’s very similar to the curved screen on the Galaxy S6 Edge. The curved back makes the phone grippable, it’s a natural fit atop the curves of your palm. The S-Pen has been redesigned and we’re digging this one. The plastic S-Pens of generations past have looked like after thoughts. Not this one, it looks as premium as the phone itself. The pen is also more securely tucked away into the phone thanks to a new spring loading mechanism.

That and more on our first impressions above.

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Lenovo Yoga Book C930: Laptop, tablet, and e-book reader?

Dual-display convertible!

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Lenovo rethinks what a clamshell, notebook computer could be like. What if you removed the keyboard and replaced it with a multi-purpose surface? That’s exactly what the Yoga Book is.

This second-generation device adds an E Ink panel that you can use for reading books, taking notes with a pen, and typing on a customizable touchscreen surface.

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Huawei Mate 20: What to expect

Is this how the upcoming Mate 20 will be like?

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Huawei launched a whole bunch stuff at IFA 2018 including the AI Cube, Huawei Tracker, Mate 20 Lite, and a new Kirin 980 processor that will launch on the upcoming Mate 20 and Mate 20 Pro.

While the launch date is still more than a month away, their announcements in Germany tell us much about what their next beast of a flagship will be like.

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Best Features of macOS Mojave

Here’s what you can look forward to from Apple’s newest OS

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We’ve been playing around with the beta version of macOS Mojave and we’re really enjoying our time with it. For anyone who wants to try this new operating system, simply head over to their site and enroll in the Apple Beta Software Program.

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