Fitbit may soon release the sophisticated and enhanced versions of Fitbit Charge and Fitbit Flex sports trackers. The first images of the alleged Fitbit Charge 2 and Fitbit Flex 2 are already making rounds online.
Fitbit Charge 2
Techno Buffalo posted on Tuesday the first look and description of the alleged new fitness trackers that Fitbit may release in the coming months. The Fitbit Charge 2 looks like a smartwatch with its larger health data display and switchable black, blue and violet bands. The new model is the successor of the 2-year-old Fitbit Charge. more >>
The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and the iPhone 6s Plus are the phablets from two of the fiercest competitors in the mobile market and industry.
Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 and Apple's iPhone 6s Plus are both flagship phablet. The most notable difference between the two is that one uses Android OS and the other uses iOS. Both are stylish, but utilitarian and have great features to offer for users.
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There are no concrete details and information on Microsoft's Surface Pro 5, but the internet is rife with rumors of its specs and features.
Microsoft released the Surface Pro 4 for last year and it is rumored that they will be releasing the Surface Pro 5 within this year. However, other reports stated that the company is taking great effort to give the newest Surface Pro device great specs and features even at the risk of releasing it later on 2017.
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The fourth iteration of the Moto G series, the Moto G4 Plus, is one of those "too cheap to be this good" phones. With its high-quality build and performance, it's durable and functional. It also maintained the Android experience under Google. It's one of the three new additions to the Moto G line, two of which are the Moto G4 and the Moto G4 Play.
The G4 family is actually the first line of mobile phones to be launched since Lenovo acquired Motorola. Under a new leadership and branding, the Moto G4 stands to give every rival smartphone in the market a run for their money.
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"The Crew: Calling All Units" developer, Ubisoft, has announced at Gamescom 2016 that the game will be having a new downloadable content (DLC).
The new DLC is literally a virtual cops-and-robbers games where players can either chase the bad guys or not be arrested by the cops in pursuit but with a few extra mechanics. The new expansion is the second one for "The Crew: Calling All Units" and it will be available for download for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One on November 29.
'The Crew: Calling All Units' DLC Mechanics, Multiplayer Content more >>