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After various reports and reviews revealed that HTC’s new One (M8) smartphone may be cheating in some benchmarks – the phone boots performance when certain benchmarks are detected – the company has confirmed to CNET that it indeed handles benchmark apps differently than regular apps, although it said it doesn’t see this as cheating. “Benchmarking […]

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When it announced the Galaxy S5 this week, Samsung pleasantly surprised the audience at MWC 2014 with the phone’s battery performance. The device packs a 2,800 mAh battery that the company claims can deliver 11 hours of video playback or 10 hours of web browsing over LTE. Samsung’s press materials also say that the phone can offer […]

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Battery life is a big issue that wearable devices must overcome, and Apple has apparently considered several different possibilities in its effort to improve battery performance on its rumored upcoming iWatch smartwatch, The New York Times reports. The company has been testing a method to charge the iWatch wirelessly via magnetic induction, a person who was […]

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