Samsung Galaxy A6 and A6+ clear FCC certification with Infinity displays in tow

The Galaxy A6 saga is about to come to an end, as the smartphone has been recently spotted at the FCC (Federal Communications Commission), a clear evidence that it will make its debut on the market in the coming months.

Last week, we reported that the Galaxy A6 and A6+ smartphones may not be launched in the United States, but customers in Europe and the Middle East will surely be given the chance to purchase either of the two devices.

Today, we have new information about the two mid-range handsets, which suggest they will make it to the Americas, just not to the United States specifically. …

This Galaxy S9 and S9+ official Clear View cases preview is a tell-all

If there has been any doubt that the Galaxy S9 will come with a single, and the S9+ with a dual camera, while both will feature a new finger scanner placement below their lenses, just like on Samsung’s new A-series, their official cases leaked in the video above, should dispel with the soul-searching. 

We cross-checked the case model numbers stamped inside, and they coincide with the leaked list of official Samsung accessories for the S9 and S9+. The EF-ZG960C number denotes a Clear View Cover case for the S9, for instance, and so on, so the cases …

'This Is Us' hilariously scrambles to clear Crock-Pot's name before Super Bowl with new promo


Warning: Spoilers for the second season of This Is Us ahead.

This Is Damage Control at its FINEST.

You’ve probably heard by now, but during its last episode NBC’s This Is Us revealed that a faulty Crock-Pot is what started the fire that potentially kills everyone’s favorite TV dad, Jack Pearson.

Since then, despite many attempts (and a newly created Twitter account) to convince everyone its products are safe and reliable, Crock-Pot’s brand name has been dragged through the mud and fans are boycotting the slow cookers.

As the PR fire continues to burn bright for the brand, they’ve enlisted the help of Jack Pearson himself — played by Milo Ventimiglia — to help clear Crock-Pot’s name before the Super Bowl. Read more…

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Best clear cases for Samsung Galaxy Note 8

If you own a Samsung Galaxy Note 8, and you haven’t bought a protective case for it yet, you could consider getting a clear / transparent case. Whether they’re fully, or partially transparent, these cases don’t change the aspect of the Galaxy Note 8 too much, so they’re perfect if you want to preserve the phone’s original style. Clear cases also offer at least some basic protection (depending on model), though you should obviously not expect them to be as tough as some heavy duty rugged cases.
All the clear Galaxy Note 8 cases that we’re showcasing here are compatible …

Alleged Galaxy S9 clear case restates the fingerprint scanner move and the audio jack

A newly leaked clear case, allegedly destined for the Galaxy S9, is making the rounds, and it looks to be fitting like a glove around the CAD-based renders that appeared yesterday. Unfortunately, it also means that Samsung may indeed reserve the dual camera set as a Galaxy S9+ exclusive, as this case here shows too short of an opening on the back for it to house two lenses and a finger scanner. Speaking of, the case hints at a different, under-camera fingerprint reader placement, compared to the S8, just as most leaks so far have iterated, which is a welcome change. 

Another …

Protect your Apple iPhone X from drops, scratches and more with a clear bumper case priced at $1.33 each

Today’s Black Friday deals include one from Amazon that every Apple iPhone X owner should take advantage of. With a special coupon code at checkout, a package of three transparent iPhone X bumpers costs $1.33 each for a total of $3.99. Normally, the three cases would cost you $7.99. The coupon code is SP57EBN5, and is added when you are finalizing your purchase. The cases are lightweight and flexible. Not only do they show off your new pride and joy, they also come with precise cutouts and help leave your buttons responsive.

These bumpers protect your $1,000 handset from drops, scratches …

How to clear all notifications on iOS 11 (iPhone 8 tutorial)

Dealing with notifications on iOS has traditionally been one of the worst parts of having an iPhone: notifications are just not as versatile and well-segmented as on Android, and even simple things like clearing all notifications might seem impossible when you see no one-swipe shortcuts or single keys to do it.
Fortunately for those who get bombarded with notifications on a daily basis, there is a relatively easy way to clear notifications on iOS 11, but it’s not immediately obvious and does not work for the most recent notifications. What …

How to delete your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 browser history (clear browser cache)

So, you pre-ordered one of them nice new Note 8 smartphones, eh? You’ll be happy to know that the big-screen phablet features a bevy of authentication methods that will do a great job at protecting your privacy against prying eyes.

However, every now and then, you may have to hand over that lovely handset of yours to a friend, loved one, or a family member. If this thought is giving goosebumps, then it might be a good idea to learn how to delete your browsing history. Samsung’s Android-powered smartphones come with the company’s own Internet web browser, but …

Take a look at what supposedly is a clear case for the Google Pixel 2

Google hit a home run with its 2016 launch of the Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL. Manufactured by HTC, Google designed the phones. Of the two different variants of the device, the 128GB Pixel XL had trouble staying in stock. Overall, demand for the phone was strong enough for Google to get to work on producing a sequel to be released later this year. The latest rumor has Google on track to offer a Google Pixel 2, but it could replace a Pixel XL 2 with a brand new larger-sized phone.

To go even further, the Pixel sequel code named “Walleye” could be accompanied by a larger sized phablet …

Clear image of the back and front of the OnePlus 5 surfaces

With the introduction of the OnePlus 5 scheduled to take place tomorrow, we now have the clearest image yet of the new flagship killer thanks to tipster extraordinaire Evan Blass.Yesterday, we got a little closer to the actual look of the phone when a few seconds of a television ad aired in India was disseminated on social media. After the introduction of the phone tomorrow, the handset will be launched two days later via flash sales.

While Amazon India has an exclusive in the country, in China online-retailer has started taking registrations for its flash sale. The latter will be …