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Kingston UV400 480Gb SSD Review

Eager to get into budget systems kingston released the UV400 SSD. This drive is a follow up to the UV300 which never made it into

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Make your Galaxy S8 stand out with a Toast real wood wrap

A while back we covered what the Toast wraps looked like on my wife’s M9 and my HTC 10. Toast just hit the market with

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On the next thrilling episode of Pocketables

Here’re some things upcoming and on the review shelf that we’ll be posting relatively shortly (other editors, feel free to edit this and include your stuff so

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New Pixel Launcher available on android 6.0.1 and up

Turns out that a member of xda-developers.com forum has ported the new launcher to Marshmallow and Nougat devices. You don’t have to run the Android

May 19, 2017 Android, Google, Pocketables
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Accell USB-C to HDMI 2.0 Adapter review

The Accell USB-C to HDMI 2.0 adapter works with any device that supports DisplayPort ALT mode (got USB C? you probably have that.) It allows you

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Xbox: Injustice 2 released

Yesterday I spent the better part of the day dealing with problems relating to my Xbox One S downloading the 28 or so gigabyte monster

May 18, 2017 Pocketables
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HTC U11 available now? No. Pre-order

Noise cancelling headphones, no dedicated audio jack, the highest rated DxOMark main camera with OIS, liquid surface 3-D glass (which you’ll negate by putting it

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Microsoft Rewards Now Available in the UK

A couple of months ago we highlighted the Microsoft Rewards program. It’s a system where you earn points for making purchases from Microsoft and using

May 16, 2017 Pocketables
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Reports indicate Galaxy S8 beats iPhones in breakability

The Galaxy S8 is being reported to be one of the more breakable phones (the most according to many sites,) suffering cracks on all sides

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Nokia 3310 available in the UK from 24th May

Do you remember this device? We have mentioned before that Nokia brand is still around and the new series of the phones are scheduled this

May 10, 2017 News, Pocketables
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