Tag: launch

Meet the OnePlus 6T: In-display fingerprint reader, improved photos, no headphone jack, coming to T-Mobile

At the company’s event today in New York City, OnePlus has revealed its expected mid-cycle refresh. The new OnePlus 6T has most of the same internals as the 6, but swaps the rear fingerprint reader for a fancy new in-display model while sliming down its notch. The headphone jack is sadly gone, but battery size […]

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Google may have revealed the Pixel 3’s announcement date

In a surprising twist, it appears Google may have accidentally let slip the date that the Pixel 3 is set to be formally revealed. Brandon Lee of This is Tech Today—who also makes videos for Android Police—has spotted an ad posted by Google on its own Famebit site that implies the phone is going to be […]

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 will launch on August 1st according to unconfirmed report

We’ve known for a while that Samsung would be launching the Galaxy Note 9 on August 9th at an Unpacked event in New York, but details on when the Korean company will announce the Galaxy Tab S4 have been a little unclear, despite many leaked images and spec sheets. An unconfirmed report suggests that the electronics […]

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Sony will probably announce the Xperia XZ3 on August 30 during IFA 2018

As we wrap up our Xperia XZ2 review, Sony has announced that it will be holding a press conference during IFA 2018 in Berlin which will also double as a launch event. It’s thought that Sony is already on the cusp of launching its follow-up to the XZ2 range with the appropriately named XZ3 and […]

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Patients should control their data, and this blockchain startup wants to make it happen

The cost of healthcare is rising globally. Research from the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) found that the average spending cost on healthcare in 11 high-income countries was 11.5 percent in 2016. The nations involved included Australia, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, Sweden, Switzerland, the UK, and the US. Among the […]

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A bunch of stupid human errors have delayed NASA’s new Space Telescope yet again, this time to 2021

The James Webb Space Telescope is easily the most-anticipated new piece of hardware in NASA’s arsenal. The telescope is incredibly powerful and will give scientists the ability to peer deeper into space and with more detail than ever before. That’s why it’s so darn frustrating that the huge orbiting observatory has been hit with multiple […]

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Watch Rocket Lab’s first commercial launch, ‘It’s Business Time’

Rocket Lab, the New Zealand-based rocket company that is looking to further amplify the commercial space frenzy, is launching its first fully paid payload atop an Electron rocket tonight — technically tomorrow morning at the launch site. If successful, it will mark a significant new development in the highly competitive world of commercial launches. Liftoff […]

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YouTube Premium and Music to launch today in 17 countries, including Canada and 11 European countries

Following their announcements in May, YouTube Premium and YouTube Music (and YouTube Music Premium) are going live today. YouTube Red and YouTube Music were previously only available in the US, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, and South Korea, but it’s spreading to Canada and 11 European countries today as well. It’s a big day for YouTube. […]

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