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TCL's weird new AR smart glasses look like they stepped right out of a 90s Sharper Image catalog

TCL's weird new AR smart glasses look like they stepped right out of a 90s Sharper Image catalog

Mobile World Congress, canceled last year and going on delayed this year, is usually the home to big go-to-market announcements with consumers in mind. TCL has decided to take a few shots from the niche corners with a trio of products including a wonky pair of smart glasses.

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Nokia's newest phone costs less than a year of 4K Netflix

Nokia's newest phone costs less than a year of 4K Netflix

After making a play with Android smartphones at all points of the price spectrum, Nokia Mobile pre-announced a slew of low-cost phones for the 2021 summer season. We now know when U.S. customers can expect to buy one of them and for how much.

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You might actually want to buy Google's new, cheaper Pixel Buds

You might actually want to buy Google's new, cheaper Pixel Buds

After confirming then un-confirming the existence of its newest and most affordable wireless earbuds to date, Google is going public with all the details about its Pixel Buds A-Series, including when you can get your hands on them and for how much.

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Acer just made the Big Chungus of Chromebooks

Acer just made the Big Chungus of Chromebooks

Acer is pushing Chromebooks to a place they haven't gone before: 17.3 inches. It's just one of four new notebooks the company is offering this year spanning across the price spectrum including a top-tier convertible with Thunderbolt 4 ports.

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Asus stuffs Galaxy S21 power into the body of a Pixel 4a, calls it Zenfone 8

Asus stuffs Galaxy S21 power into the body of a Pixel 4a, calls it Zenfone 8

Taiwan-based manufacturer Asus is well-known for its PCs and, these days, its ROG Phones for gamers. But it's always had a stake in mobile tilted towards a wider audience, too. That stake gets a major update today with two new entries: the small and powerful Zenfone 8 and the highly-engineered Zenfone 8 Flip.

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Nokia has a bunch of new phones you'll probably forget exist next week

Nokia has a bunch of new phones you'll probably forget exist next week

Nokia is preparing a fresh batch of entry-level phones — including those with 5G — for 2021. But in the E.U. and U.K., where the six devices and some wireless earbuds will arrive first, there's more to this announcement than just hardware and new names.

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The latest heat-vision-equipped smartphone is making its way to the US

The latest heat-vision-equipped smartphone is making its way to the US

Have the need or in the mood for a thermal-seeking camera on a ruggedized smartphone. The Cat S62 Pro — made as with most Cat-branded phones by U.K.-based Bullitt Group — is about to come online to retailers in the United States for a slightly better price than was first quoted.

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After all these years, Barnes & Noble is selling yet another 10" Nook Android tablet

After all these years, Barnes & Noble is selling yet another 10" Nook Android tablet

LCD tablets aren't exactly the best e-readers out there, but they're definitely a choice out in the marketplace. Companies slap on Android and their reader app and it's easy as pie. So easy that Barnes & Noble has opted to commission Lenovo to produce a successor to its 10" Nook Android tablet from 2018.

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LG Wing: Best deals, pricing, trade-in values, and availability

LG Wing: Best deals, pricing, trade-in values, and availability

Whatever you have to say about the LG Wing — we've certainly had our say here at Android Police — it's certainly a one-of-a-kind machine. From today, you've got a total of three places where you can buy this screen-swiveling phone in the United States and we have all the details.

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T-Mobile welcomes the LG Wing with a BOGO offer starting November 6

T-Mobile welcomes the LG Wing with a BOGO offer starting November 6

Add T-Mobile to the list of American carriers taking a chance on the LG Wing as it plans on selling the new-fangled swiveling phone starting November 6, just like AT&T is. Unlike Ma Bell, however, this carrier will try to sell its customers two Wings for the price of one.

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