Love for all the wrong reasons


Update June 19, 2020: Added links to more Samsung Z Flip content. Moreover, the Z Flip appears to be on sale right now from Samsung for $940. That’s a significant savings. The promotion requires a trade-in, but still. The lower price makes the phone much more appealing, and perhaps even recommendable for those seeking different experiences.

Update May 5: We have added some new details in our conclusion now that the LG V60 ThinQ 5G is available with its second display. It’s also available from, though at a price premium. 

The Samsung Galaxy Z Flip is a very

Xiaomi Mi True Wireless Earphones 2 review


Ecosystem is a word that’s bandied about quite a bit, but Xiaomi has been committed to providing a holistic experience to its users for a while now. The Xiaomi Mi True Wireless Earphones 2 is the latest in a broad portfolio of audio products launched by the company. They flank the much more affordable Redmi Earbuds S and provide a more premium alternative.

Can these true wireless earphones deliver on the promise of high-fidelity audio, battery life, and high-end build quality? Let’s find out in the Android Authority Xiaomi Mi True Wireless Earphones 2 review.

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ExpressVPN review – our look at one of the best VPNs

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A VPN (virtual private network) has almost become a necessity for privacy and security, and there are a lot of other advantages to using one. Many consider ExpressVPN to be one of the best around, and I certainly found that to be true when I first reviewed it back in 2018. Now facing a lot more competition, does ExpressVPN manage to hold on to the top spot? We answer that question and more in this ExpressVPN review!

GM makes cars; how did it quickly pivot to face shields and ventilators?


The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way many of us work, and that is certainly true for General Motors. The nation’s largest automaker

Samsung rolls out smartwatch blood pressure tracking in South Korea


Samsung has released its Health Monitor app in South Korea, enabling blood pressure tracking for the Galaxy Watch Active 2 smartwatch. The rollout is slightly ahead of schedule; Samsung previously said the app would be released in the third quarter of this year after getting approval from South Korea’s Ministry of Food and Drug Safety in April.

The Galaxy Watch Active 2 still won’t work as a full-on replacement for a traditional blood pressure cuff; in fact, you need to use one to calibrate the app every four weeks. That’s really for the best, though — optical-based sensors

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