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Is your Galaxy Watch Active 2 Touch Bezel Deactivated, not working? This is how to activate it

Friday 20th of September 2019 02:58:38 PM

The Galaxy Watch Active 2 has recently started being released, slowly making its way across the globe. One thing that people have noticed when getting their Galaxy Watch Active 2 Touch Bezel doesn’t work. The Galaxy Watch Active 2 Touch Bezel is something that many people want to try out when buying the smartwatch. But […]

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Huawei Mate 30 Camera Better than All Past Huawei Models

Thursday 19th of September 2019 05:36:52 PM

Huawei has to still deal with the US Trade Ban and are pushing forward with the Mate 30 series that will have an impressive 40MP super sensing camera. Huawei Mate 30 Pro Camera A 40MP camera?! Yes, that’s right, the same camera as the P30 from March 2019. Not only this impressive camera, the Mate […]

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Samsung One UI 2.0 Will Come with Emoji Suggestions

Friday 13th of September 2019 04:57:19 PM

At SDC 2019, we will get a good look at One UI 2.0 – the next version of the custom skin for samsung devices. Any new features? Yes, so far we only know about Emoji Suggestions. As well as this, Samsung may share their plans for Android 10 at the event. Emoji Suggestions and Predictions? […]

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Apple Watch Series 5 Announced with additional health features

Thursday 12th of September 2019 08:02:11 PM

The Apple Watch Series 5 was recently announced and is now available to pre-order. So what are some of the new specs that come with the smartwatch? Read on.. First of all, the smartwatch will keep the same shape as the original Apple Watch. The rectangular shaped screen, rotating crown and the same button alongside […]

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Galaxy Watch Designer gets Galaxy Watch Active 2 Support

Thursday 12th of September 2019 11:23:12 AM

Recently, Galaxy Watch Designer got an update – one of the major changes being that there is new support for the upcoming Galaxy Watch Active 2. The changelog showed MANY changes to the service, as usual. To kick things off, it has added Galaxy Watch Active 2 support – which is great since the smartwatch […]

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Pre-order the Galaxy Watch Active 2 and get a Samsung Wireless Portable Battery

Thursday 12th of September 2019 10:29:52 AM

Another offer has been thrown into the ring when you pre-order the Galaxy Watch Active 2. You can get the Samsung Wireless Portable Battery. The nice little feature of this power pack is that you can wirelessly charge you new smartwatch. As you may know now, the Galaxy Watch Active 2 has been launched is […]

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Top 20 Best Apps and Games in Tizen Store for August 2019

Friday 6th of September 2019 04:51:10 PM

It is that time of the month again when we see what the best apps and games were on the Tizen Store for the previously month – now August 2019. Generally, we have seen that WhatsApp Messenger, Facebook and Facebook Messenger have stayed in the top three. Although, in last months table, Facebook Messenger had […]

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Samsung Gear S3 Update for System Reliability now available – Yet Again

Friday 6th of September 2019 04:26:01 PM

New news on the firware update scene for the Samsung Gear S3. This update is for America and East Asia as of now, but, as always, will head towards to other markets in the coming days and weeks. This update is for bug fixes, it improves system reliability and disables automatic sync of alarm paired […]

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Galaxy Watch Active 2 Coming to more UK Retailers

Thursday 5th of September 2019 04:50:31 PM

As you may know, many products go to the US market before anywhere else, but in this one case, the Galaxy Watch Active 2 has a release date earlier than the US one. The shipping date in the UK is the 20th September. The shipping date is set for the 23rd in the US – […]

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Samsung Galaxy Watch at its Lowest Price Ever!

Tuesday 3rd of September 2019 08:15:49 PM

If you don’t necessarily want to buy the Galaxy Watch Active or the Galaxy Watch Active 2 that’s coming out soon, you may want to consider the Samsung Galaxy Watch as it is on sale. This is still a device that can hold its own against the smartwatch competition. The Galaxy Watch came out last […]

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Galaxy Watch Active Prices Drop up to 40% off!

Tuesday 3rd of September 2019 04:23:08 PM

The Galaxy Watch Active is now on sale on Amazon. Unfortunately, this deal is only on Amazon US at the moment. The Galaxy Watch is a very nice watch for tracking what you do throughout the day. Given, it isn’t as good as the Galaxy Watch Active 2 feature-wise, but saying that is it still […]

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Huawei Still Plans to Release the Mate 30 Series Regardless of US Ban

Tuesday 3rd of September 2019 01:48:57 PM

Huawei has big news, this news is that the company are still going to release the Huawei Mate 30 Series despite the US Ban. The series has been officially announced the launch of the smartphone series. When is it planned to be launched? The Huawei Mate 30 series is planned to be launched in Munich, […]

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It’s Made a Comeback: Samsung Galaxy Fold Pre-Registration is now Open

Monday 2nd of September 2019 07:00:56 PM

You are now able to pre-register for the Samsung Galaxy Fold. As you may be able to tell, this seems like a pretty cool comeback story.. but the smartphone version. The first version of the smartphone was supposed to launch in the US and UK on April 26th and May 3rd, respectively. Samsung have redesigned […]

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Galaxy Watch Active 2 ECG and Fall Detection Features Coming in 2020

Monday 2nd of September 2019 02:01:34 PM

Yes, that’s right people! The Galaxy Watch Active 2 is confirmed to get the long-awaited ECG and fall detection features in Q1 2020! I personally find this news quite exciting. It is, however, disappointing that these features won’t be on the smartwatch at the time of release but we have to live with what we’ve […]

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Garmin’s Fenix 6X Series Bringing Solar Power to the Table!

Monday 2nd of September 2019 06:00:30 AM

Garmin has officially announced their latest watch series, the Garmin Fenix 6X. This smartwatch brings quite a lot of exciting features with it. In my opinion, the features sound pretty cool and worth reading about

Galaxy Watch Active 2 to launch in South Korea on September 6

Friday 30th of August 2019 11:24:53 PM

The Galaxy Watch active 2 is another smartwatch running Samsung’s Tizen based Operating System. Over the next few weeks we will see the global rollout begin of this device. Now, the latest news on its release schedule is that South Korea will be available to purchase on 6 September. Before this actual date there will […]

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Google Pixel Watch Patent Shows Camera Unusually Placed

Friday 30th of August 2019 07:34:59 PM

Google has had many devices released as of now. The Californian-based company has breached the smartspeaker, VR and smartphone markets. Now they are having a play around with the smartwatch market. The Google Pixel Watch. This long-rumoured smartwatch might finally come into view because a patent filed by Google has surfaced. We have the Dutch […]

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Huami’s Amazfit GTS Smartwatch is Announced Looking Quite Apple Watch’ish

Friday 30th of August 2019 03:48:48 PM

Huami has recently announced their new smartwatch Amazfit GTS and it looks like a replica of the Apple Watch – if you ask me! Compared to the Amazfit Bip, the Amazfit GTS looks more modern. It has the same square screen shape, the metal body and the crown that sits on the right hand side […]

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Huawei Drops in Phone Shipments Due to Lack of Google Support

Thursday 29th of August 2019 06:32:36 PM

Everyone and their dog has heard about the US Trade Ban that was forced upon Huawei and American-based companies. Huawei’s future phones will not have support from Google based apps such as Gmail, YouTube and Google Maps. All three are apps that many people have come to use on a daily basis. Google has confirmed […]

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Newly Launched Fitbit Versa 2 Proves to be Major Competition

Thursday 29th of August 2019 02:08:49 PM

Earlier this month, the Fitbit Versa 2 was leaked. Now, that the Fitbit Versa 2 has been offically launched, and therefore, we can talk about the specifications of the watch with more detail. Fitbit Premium and Fitbit Versa 2: Special Edition After the Fitbit Versa 2 has been launched, we have learned about Fitbit Premium. […]

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