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You might have heard of QLED and OLED through the grapevine, and think they’re probably the same thing, only one is just slightly better than the other. Well, my friends, let us burst that bubble right there. What is QLED? Samsung

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Amazon would like your attention please: it’s their turn to show and tell. Amazon recently unveiled the Echo Show, a significant departure from the previous iterations of the home device Amazon Echo. The Echo Show features a retro squarish design

Quick question: are you willing to spend half a thousand bucks on a juicer? Not the extractor type you see in shopping networks, where celebrity endorsers drop whole apples in a chute. This juicer we’re talking about literally squeezes the

Just last week, software developers and tech enthusiasts flocked the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California for the two-day symposium hosted by Facebook, the world’s largest social media network. From April 18 to 19, attendees listened to various leaders

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