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Review: Honor 20 Pro Android Smartphone

It's time to review Honor's latest smartphone, the Honor 20 Pro.

HONOR Vision Series launches at 2019 Huawei Developer Conference

HONOR have officially launched the HONOR Vision Series at the 2019 Huawei Developer Conference(HDC).

HONOR 20 to launch in the UK on 21 June

HONOR have announced that the HONOR 20 will be available to buy in the UK for £399 from Friday 21 June at Three, Amazon, Mobile Phones Direct, Very and Carphone Warehouse. Customers who pre-order the HONOR 20 by June 20 will also receive a free HONOR Watch Magic, normally £179.99. 

The new Huawei P30 lite is now available at Vodafone UK

The new Huawei P30 lite is now available at Vodafone UK.

CBeebies launches Go Explore app for little ones

Children can learn and discover with their favourite CBeebies characters in a new app, Go Explore, launching in app stores today on Apple, Android...

Oaxis brings Timepiece, a minimalist analogue watch with heart rate monitor to Kickstarter

Oaxis, a consumer technology company with 29 iF product design awards, has announced that Timepiece, a smart waterproof analogue dress watch with heart rate...

Lifeprint adds Harry Potter, Hogwarts-style motion magic to photos

Lifeprint Products Inc has teamed up with Warner Brothers Consumer Products to launch the Harry Potter Magic Photo and Video Printer available for Pre-Order...

Huawei Announces EMUI 9.0, an Android Pie-Based OS

At IFA 2018, Huawei announced EMUI 9.0, the next major update to the Android-based operating system (OS) from Huawei. As one of the first Android...

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