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Daily Deals (7-2-2020)

These days it’s not hard to find a USB-C wall charger that can quickly top up your smartphone or tablet battery, and which might even be able to charge your laptop. But it can be tough to find one priced under $15. Enter the RAVPower 30W PD 3.0 GaN Tech USB Type-C charger. Newegg is […]

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LG smartphone with a rollable display could ship in 2021

Smartphones with foldable displays are still rare in 2020, but phones with screens that roll up are non-existent… for now. That could change next year. According to Korean news site The Elec, LG plans to launch a smartphone with a rollable display in 2021. Code-named “Rainbow,” the phone is said to have a screen developed […]

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Purism Librem 14 Linux laptop available for pre-order for $1199 and up (ships this fall)

Linux laptop maker Purism is introducing its first model with a 14 inch display. But the new Purism Librem 14 is actually the same size as the older Librem 13 that it replaces. The company managed to fit a bigger screen into the same body by reducing the size of the bezels around the screen. The new […]

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Linux on the OneGx1 mini laptop: Running Ubuntu 20.04

The One Netbook OneGx1 mini laptop is an unusual little computer that features a 7 inch display, an Intel Core i5-10210Y quad-core processor, and a physical design clearly inspired by gaming laptops. It supports an optional set of detachable game controllers that can clip onto the sides of the device. And One Netbook offers the […]

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Intel “Ghost Canyon” NUC now available for $999 and up (modular compact PC with discrete graphics support)

Intel’s NUC line of computers are small desktop PCs that typically have laptop-class hardware. But this year the company introduced the most powerful NUC to date. And now it’s available for purchase. The Intel “Ghost Canyon” NUC is powered by a removable Intel Compute Element with a 9th-gen Intel Coffee Lake-H processor. And the system […]

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Google’s Stadia Controller now works with Android devices

When Google launched its Stadia game streaming service last year, the promise was that you’d be able to stream games to a Chromecast, web browser, or supported Android phone. But Google’s Stadia Controller wireless game controller was only compatible with Chromecast devices at launch. In May Google finally added support for using a Stadia Controller wirelessly with […]

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OnePlus Nord is a 5G phone for under $500 (First batch sold out even though that’s all we know)

OnePlus is a company that initially made its name by offering flagship-class smartphones at mid-range prices. But over the years the company has gradually increased the prices for its flagship phones to justify their growing feature set. This year’s OnePlus 8 Pro has a starting price of $899, and while the OnePlus 8 is a little […]

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Lilbits 6-30-2020: With YouTube TV priced at $65, is cord-cutting worth it anymore?

When Google launched YouTube TV a few years ago, the service delivered live TV streams from 50 networks for $35 per month, plus features including a cloud DVR and support for up to 9 user accounts. It seemed like a pretty good alternative to cable. Then the company hiked the price to $49 last year. […]