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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Priced in India at Rs. 67,900: Event Highlights

After a delay of approximately half an hour, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 India launch event has commenced with Samsung CEO and President for Southeast Asia H.C. Hong taking the stage. The Galaxy Note 8 launch event is being held the same day as the iPhone X and iPhone 8 global unveiling. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 price in India has been ... Read More »

Adobe Premiere Elements 15 is just $45 today

Nearly a year has passed since Adobe released Elements 15, and if history is any guide, Elements 16 is probably right around the corner. Right now, Amazon has a deal on Premiere Elements 15, the video editing component of the Elements suite. Typically, Adobe charges $100 for a fresh install of Premiere Elements, but Amazon’s selling it for $45 until just ... Read More »

Fitbit Ionic Smartwatch Launched With Heart Rate Tracking, 4-Day Battery Life

HIGHLIGHTS Fitbit Ionic features range from fitness tracking to contactless payment Ionic will feature GPS, heart rate tracking, Fitbit Pay, and more Ionic will be available for pre-sale from Monday on Fitbit’s website Wearable device maker Fitbit on Monday launched its newest device, the Ionic smartwatch, with features ranging from fitness tracking to contactless payment, as it gears up to compete with ... Read More »

Dell Updates XPS 13 With 8th-Gen Intel Processors; Reveals Visor Mixed Reality Headset Price

HIGHLIGHTS Updated XPS 13 laptops will feature same design as original laptop Dell has also updated Inspiron series laptops Visor mixed-reality headset has been priced at $349.99 Dell has now its XPS 13, Inspiron 5000, and Inspiron 7000 series laptops with Intel’s latest eighth generation Kaby Lake processors. The Dell XPS 13 laptop, which still features the impressive design of the ... Read More »

Tata Nexon to be offered in four variants

Ahead of the Tata Nexoncar’s arrival in the Indian market, the brochure has been leaked revealing that this new compact SUV will be offered in four petrol and diesel variants with only a manual gearbox option for now. There will be five colour options for the range in total. The variant options follow the standard Tata nomenclature but this compact SUV ... Read More »

The Humble Store is giving away free copies of Telltale’s The Walking Dead

Summer is officially over in two weeks, but a bunch of PC game stores want to keep the seasonal fun going with free and discounted titles. Right now, The Humble Store—run by the makers of the famous Humble Bundle—is giving away copies of The Walking Dead: Season 1 by Telltale Games. Arguably, Season 1 is the best set of episodes in the series and ... Read More »

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Performs Admirably in Durability Test

HIGHLIGHTS The smartphone will likely be launched in India on September 12 Galaxy Note 8 display was scratched at Moh’s level 6 of hardness The phone performed well in bend and scratch test Now that Samsung will likely be launching Galaxy Note 8 smartphone in India on September 12, you might be wondering how the handset performs in terms of durability. Just like happens ... Read More »

AMD’s coveted Wraith Max CPU cooler finally goes on sale in the U.S.

You can finally buy a standalone version of AMD’s Wraith Max CPU cooler for Ryzen processors in the U.S. Or at least you could. On Thursday, the cooler appeared on Amazon for $60 before selling out very, very quickly. The Wraith Max is the ultimate option in the Wraith series of coolers, packing sleek RGB lighting and a beefier heatsink than the smaller Wraith Spire ... Read More »

Just how partisan is Facebook’s fake news? We tested it

It was only a few minutes after my imaginary Trump supporter “Todd White” began exploring Facebook that he learned filmmaker Michael Moore was staging a coup d’etat against president-elect Donald Trump. Todd also learned that Trump won the popular vote. And that there were people paid to protest at Trump rallies. None of that is true, of course. That’s the sort of ... Read More »

Lenovo’s Superfish bloatware scandal reveals a sneaky tactic we thought Microsoft had started

As Lenovo resolves the Superfish bloatware scandal from 2015, a surprising detail has emerged from the fine print of the settlement. Consumers who bought Lenovo laptops with “man-in-the-middle” Superfish adware (by a company called VisualDiscovery) likely fell for a trick later made infamous by Microsoft: clicking the “X” to dismiss the program actually opted them into it. Lenovo settled with the Federal ... Read More »