LG Tone Free HBS-FN6 Review

We appear to have certainly wireless earbuds traveling at us ideal and still left as mobile makes compete for your company in a time when wireless earbuds are a new regular. I have examined some exceptional options in the previous few of months and LG’s latest is an additional that impressed me in each region.

In January, I examined the LG TONE Free HBS-FL7 and it was a good headset for the office environment and teach commute. This newest variant enhances with an in-ear design and style, lighter earbud bodyweight, shift of the locale the place UV LED rays destroy

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Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro review: Affordable rugged phone built for field work Review

Samsung used to stick to the S collection launches with rugged versions for enterprise consumers, these as the Galaxy S7 Energetic. These versions had excess integrated safety without the need of the will need for a case, very long battery existence, and customizable buttons for crucial enterprise capabilities.

In January, Samsung announced the new Galaxy XCover Professional and I’ve been screening out a pair of the phones for the past number of weeks. The Microsoft Teams integration just isn’t yet obtainable, but Press To Communicate+ on Verizon is all set to go.

Also: Samsung ways up B2B game, launches Galaxy

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OnePlus Nord review: A great-value mid-range 5G smartphone Review

OnePlus has gone back again to its roots with the new OnePlus Nord, which aims to supply a mix of capabilities and functionality at a reduced price than you could anticipate. The Chinese corporation is just not abandoning the flagship handset sector, which it presently serves with the OnePlus eight and eight Pro but with a setting up price of £379 (inc. VAT), the OnePlus Nord is very much a mid-market contender.

The Nord is a 5G-ready twin-SIM handset that will come in two variants. The entry-level model with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of inside storage prices £379, while

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Peacock review: A ton of free, ad-supported NBC content, but it doesn’t work on every device


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Peacock, the new streaming service from Comcast-owned NBCUniversal, is an experiment of sorts: Its tiled interface and big-name network make it look on the surface like a Netflix or Hulu competitor. But its content, which includes live news and sports, new original series and a large back catalog of TV shows and movies — and the fact that it has a free tier — actually makes it more of a top-of-the-line free streaming service, like Pluto TV, Tubi and Roku Channels. (Editor’s note: Pluto TV is owned by ViacomCBS, the parent company of CNET, as are CBS,

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LG Velvet review: This affordable 5G phone didn’t go far enough

With the 5G-enabled LG Velvet, the South Korean phone-maker is trying something new. The Velvet doesn’t belong to any of the company’s established lines, like the G- and V- series. It looks different than most LG phones and at an expected price of $600 to $700 for the US, it’s more affordable than LG’s G8 and V60. International prices aren’t available but it’s about £600 or AU$1,100, converted from South Korean won.


  • Sleek design
  • Headphone jack
  • Good battery life so far

Don’t Like

  • No new standalone software features
  • Fingerprint reader is finicky

The Velvet is LG’s signal that it’s

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