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LG G5 teardown reveals more modularity, very little glue

The one thing that makes LG’s G5 stand out from the crowd is its modularity.They just finished tearing down the G5 — and taking capturing some pretty cool x-ray images of it, too. read more

PC market continues to drop as Skylake, Windows 10 fail to spark recovery

Last year, analysts from Gartner and IDC predicted that we might see tentative signs of recovery in the PC industry this year as enterprise upgrades to Windows 10, Skylake, and new all-in-ones finally sparked some signs of growth.That could still happen later this year, but it hasn’t happened yet — Q1 2016 sales fell 11. read more

New Meizu Android phone packs 10 ARM CPU cores you probably don’t need

The Meizu PRO 6 is the first phone to ship with the MediaTek Helio X25, packing ten ARM CPU cores in three different groups.What everyone is interested in is the new MediaTek Helio X25 system-on-a-chip (SoC) with the 10-core CPU. read more

Why The First Wave of Chat Bots Are a Bit of a Mess

It’s a nice idea, maybe, but you know what’s the single most obvious thing to me in the days since Mark Zuckerberg took the stage in San Francisco to proclaim the beginning of the Chat Bot Era?Brands and developers are feverishly trying to figure out in real time, right before our very eyes, where this whole chat bot thing is going. read more

Nexus 6P vs. LG G5: Different takes on aluminum

Google and Huawei teamed up to release the most high-end Nexus device yet with the Nexus 6P.The Nexus 6P lacks any modular features, and LG has taken the modular aspect more seriously than ever with the G5. read more

ComScore: Computer usage falls as 20% of millennials go mobile-only

According to new report from comScore, computer use is dropping off quickly as mobile devices encourage new types of interaction.The data gathered by comScore points to substantial year-over-year drops in desktop usage. read more