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Xperia XZ4 may not be the only phone Sony announces at MWC

Xperia XZ4 is the presumed name for the XZ3's successor and has been heavily rumoured to tout a number of noticeable upgrades for Android fans to look forward to. The handset has been suggested to arrive with a 6.5-inch OLED display

Galaxy S10 release – Samsung may have just given fans the ultimate reason NOT to buy one

This all-new phone will be shown to the world on February 20 at joint Unpacked events in London and San Francisco. All rumours and leaks suggest the S10 will arrive packing some decent upgrades which may include a fully edge-to-edge

Windows 10 update: Microsoft just fixed these problems for fans

The firm noted an issue has been fixed that previously prevented Microsoft Edge, the firm's browser, from loading sites using a local IP address or a VPN connection. Moreover, it was also insisted a problem with Microsoft HoloLens has

Samsung offers FREE Galaxy S9 smartphone ahead of its Galaxy S10 launch

Samsung says that its current flagship smartphone interacts with its QLED Smart TVs, providing a seamless and fast set-up process with Wi-Fi passwords and even screensavers all set on the TV via the phone. Users can also cast content

Newport relishing chance to take on Guardiola’s City stars

MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - The FA Cup may have lost its appeal, no longer a highlight of the English football calendar, but occasionally it throws up a fixture that captures the imagination. Saturday's meeting between fourth

Bubba targets U.S. Ryder Cup captaincy and Hall of Fame

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Bubba Watson's career goals include being a Ryder Cup captain and making it into the World Golf Hall of Fame, the American told reporters on the eve of his defence of the Genesis Open title at Riviera on Wednesday.

Football diplomacy: German Foreign Office teases Britons on Brexit ahead of Champions League game

Ahead of a highly anticipated Champion's League match that will see Borussia Dortmund face off with Tottenham Hotspur on Wednesday evening, the German Foreign Office took to Twitter to support its team and tease their British rivals.

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