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Caviar decks the iPhone XS Max in diamonds, carbon, titanium and gold

If you're familiar with Caviar then you know it was only a matter of time before it applied its Midas touch to the Apple iPhone XS Max and transformed it into a ostentatious luxury device. With its new Maximum line the Russian company has decked out the new 512GB iPhone XS Max in carbon, titanium, diamonds, pure gold and a special edition with a 150g gold panel. There's the Maximum Invincible, which mates the XS Max to a 1mm plate of hardened titanium. It makes the iPhone XS Max into more of an armor than a phone, capable of stopping a bullet (though hopefully you wouldn't need it...



Google’s WiFi killing issue appears to be more widespread

Late last week, an issue came to light that causes WiFi networks to be killed. Initially it appeared the problem is with Google Home Max smart speaker, and is affecting only TP-Link routers (specifically the Archer C7). But now, with more users reporting their use cases, it seems the issue is more widespread than what we initially thought. Not only users with different TP-Link routers, but even those using Linksys, Synology, and other routers are also reporting the same problem. And in addition to those using Google Home Max, users with other Home devices (and even Chromecast...



Leaked Nokia X5 press renders reveal wide notch

Nokia X5 is arriving on July 11, as the company confirmed earlier today. After it appeared on TENAA with images and specs and in a Bluetooth certification listing, now the phone shined in leaked press renders on Baidu. Leaked Nokia X5 press renders Just like the X6, the Nokia X5 will also have a dual camera on the back and a notched screen, with the P20 series, while the latter can be compared to the Xiaomi Mi 8 and Apple iPhone X. Both phones might be similar on the outside, but the Nokia X5 clearly lacks metal bezels around the camera setup and the fingerprint sensor. It...



Samsung’s next Gear smartwatch to feature mobile payments

As per a report published in Korea today Samsung is going to release a new Gear smartwatch in the second half of this year which is going to have the mobile payments feature. The company has not launched a new smartwatch in quite some time now, it was believed that one would be unveiled at MWC 2015 but Samsung decided against it because it wants to launch the “perfect smartwatch,” so it’s taking its time. Samsung’s next Gear smartwatch is the Orbis, which will have a round watch face, a metal crown and a metal frame with a 1.18-inch circular display. (more…)

ZTE Blade X launches exclusively at Cricket for $119.99

ZTE's Blade X Max launched at Cricket back in May, and today it's being joined by a smaller sibling, the adequately named Blade X (sans Max). This device features a 5.5-inch 720p touchscreen, a 13 MP rear camera, a 5 MP front-facing snapper, Dolby Audio, and an FM radio. It's powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 chipset, aided by 2GB of RAM and 16GB of expandable storage. A 3,000 mAh battery ensures smooth operation, while for connectivity you get Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.2, USB-C, and 4G LTE. The Blade X runs Android 7.1.1 Nougat. You can already order the phone from Cricket's...