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Month: January 2021

Motorola One 5G Ace review: Not an ace up your sleeve

One 5G Ace By Motorola $399.99 purchasing options Positives Outstanding battery life Generous screen Clean software Negatives So-so cameras 5G value is questionable Ships with Android 10 Bottom Line The Motorola One 5G Ace includes a big screen, excellent battery life, and Motorola’s helpful Android skin, but the phone offers only average cameras and it ships with Android 10. If it stood alone in the $400 price segment, it would be a decent offering, but there are better rival offerings from Google, Apple, and more. Read the full review Go to Source Author: Eric...

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Bose QuietComfort Earbuds review: Bulky buds that do it all

Bose QuietComfort Earbuds By Bose $279 purchasing options Positives Comfortable, secure fit Fast charging, USB-C case Bluetooth 5.1 IPX4 rating Decent noise canceling Negatives No Bluetooth multipoint SBC and AAC only, no aptX Price Bottom Line The Bose QuietComfort Earbuds are a credible contender to AirPods Pro, but at a price. The fit is solid, the sound is decent, and the noise canceling is a good feature. However, the lack of multipoint and high price may deter some. Read the full review Go to Source Author: Lily...

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Realme Watch S Pro Review: A smarter fitness tracker

Watch S Pro By Realme Rs. 9999 purchasing options Positives Sports watch design looks quite good Excellent battery life Reliable connectivity Negatives Unreliable GPS connectivity No automated SpO2 monitoring, data analysis for sleep disorders Bottom Line The Realme Watch S Pro is more fitness wearable than a smartwatch but manages to differentiate itself through its sports watch-like design. The fitness functions work as expected, for the most part, though GPS connectivity continues to be an issue. While most people would be served just as well by a more affordable fitness band, the Realme Watch S Pro is a decent option for anyone who wants more traditional styling. Read the full review Go to Source Author: Dhruv...

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TouchArcade Game of the Week: ‘Lazy Chess’

I don’t really like Chess, but I WANT to like Chess. I think the rules and strategies are interesting, and can fully appreciate why it’s such a highly regarded and enduring game. I just… don’t have the brain capacity for it. But like I said, I WANT to like it, and the new mobile game Lazy Chess also wants me to like it and is able to do that with some very clever design decisions. There are more variations and unique takes on Chess than you can shake one of those horsey pieces at, but Lazy Chess doesn’t really fall into those categories. This is a straight-up version of Chess, but the crucial change is that the game uses AI to offer you the two best moves each time it’s your turn to play. It doesn’t tell you which move is the BEST move given the situation, but you’ve got a 50/50 shot at it. And… that’s it. That’s the game. It utilizes the highly rated Stockfish Chess engine to determine what to moves to show you, and if you pick the better of the two moves it will let you know, and if you pick the worst of the two moves it will also let you know. It’s like having an expert Chess player sitting over your shoulder during a game, telling you what to do, but also...

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