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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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TCL announced a bunch of new phones

TCL announced a bunch of new phones

TCL's presence in the mobile world may be understated compared to the Samsungs or Xiaomis, but having only put out phones under its own name for the past couple of years, the company has definitely has its foot on the gas pedal. Today, three new phones are joining the TCL 20 series, bringing this year's catalogue up to five devices.

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HP's new Chromebook hits the magic sweet spot between budget and premium

HP's new Chromebook hits the magic sweet spot between budget and premium

HP is breathing new life into its Chromebook x360 14 series with 11th-gen Intel chips and a step up in memory from eMMC format to PCIe SSD. All of that starting from the same prices as last year.

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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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T-Mobile's newest, most expensive plan doesn't throttle, gives Netflix to single lines for the first time

T-Mobile's newest, most expensive plan doesn't throttle, gives Netflix to single lines for the first time

T-Mobile is debuting a new wireless service plan on Wednesday called Magenta MAX with no network throttling thresholds and room to upgrade the already-provided free Netflix plan from the basic tier to standard on family accounts. With the new plan comes upgrades for an older plan as well as switcher offers for AT&T and Verizon customers.

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Google Fi welcomes trio of new Motorola phones, all available free with bill credits

Google Fi welcomes trio of new Motorola phones, all available free with bill credits

Google Fi always has a few Motorola phones in stock at very affordable prices to cater to anyone who'd be willing to give the carrier a spin. Well, a fresh wave has arrived, all three of them well under MSRP, and it includes the brand's first 5G entry on the network.

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