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New Google Search update makes it easier to compare movies by ratings, timings, and location

Google has pushed out a new update to its Search app. The update is aimed at making your movie planning experience smoother as it brings along the ability to compare movies using filters like ratings, show times, and theater location. "If you have a favorite theater, you can check out what's playing by location, and narrow your search with filters," the company explains in a blog post. The new feature is available on both Google Search Android app as well as mobile browsers in India and the US, with English and Hindi as currently supported languages. The Search for iOS app will...

Qualcomm confirms that LG’s G5 will sport the Snapdragon 820 chipset

As you may already know, practically all the countless rumors and leaks that we've seen so far describing the upcoming LG G5 have said it would come with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 chipset powering it. That obviously makes sense, as the G5 will be LG's new flagship smartphone, and it doesn't look like the 820 has the same kind of overheating problems as its predecessor, the 810 (which LG decided to skip in the G4 in favor of the 808). And now Qualcomm has gone ahead and confirmed that the Snapdragon 820 will indeed be inside the G5, as seen in the tweet below. (more…)

Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro getting new security update

Samsung has started pushing out a new update to its Galaxy C9 Pro smartphone. It's a security update that carries a build number of C900FDDU1AQC32, and brings along Android fixes for the month of March. Aside from the March security patch, the update also includes some bug fixes and performance enhancements. Given the fact that it's an OTA roll out, it might take time for the update to hit your device. Meanwhile, if you feel impatient, you can manually check for the update by heading to your handset's Settings menu. Via

Samsung Galaxy S8 vs. Galaxy S7 edge quick camera comparison

You couldn't possibly have missed our three-way smartphone comparison between the LG G6, Samsung Galaxy S8, and Sony Xperia XZ Premium we published two weeks ago, but if that's somehow the case be sure to catch up now. The Samsung Galaxy S7 edge didn't quite belong in that group, and for an obvious reason - it's last year's model. We did, however, bring it along when we went to shoot the camera samples - a new vs. old shootout was always part of our plans, even if just for in-house consumption. Well, as it turns out, this head-to-head now makes it to publication. We'll keep it...

Weekly poll: Sony Xperia XZ2 takes on its Compact sibling

The Sony WM-10 was the smallest casette-playing Walkman, the Sony HX80 is the smallest camera with 30x optical zoom, the Sony Xperia XZ2 Compact is the smallest Android with Snapdragon 845. What can we say, the company loves its petite powerhouses. But is the Xperia XZ2 the better phone? It has a few things going for it, besides the bigger screen. It has a slightly bigger battery, for one, about 300mAh more. Plus, only the big one has wireless charging (Sony's wireless charger can do the respectable 9W). And while it's not standard, there's a version of the big XZ2 with 6GB of RAM while...