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OnePlus 5 review units accused of cheating benchmarks, co-founder responds

When the OnePlus 3T was released last year, XDA Developers uncovered that the smartphone was cheating benchmarks by activating a new ‘performance’ mode designed to result in more favourable GeekBench scores. Now that the OnePlus 5 has officially been unveiled and tech reviewers are putting the device to the test, XDA claims that OnePlus has…

CRTC to release decision from Wireless Code review at 11am EST tomorrow

Four months after the CRTC’s Canadian Wireless Code hearings, the telecom regulator is set to present its decisions tomorrow, June 15th. The CRTC announced its intentions in its weekly anticipated releases bulletin, though it did not provide any further information indicating there would be an accompanying briefing for the press or public. Cartt has confirmed the…

Windows 10 Insider Preview shows off a lot changes for the Microsoft OS

With the latest Windows Preview Build 16215, Microsoft is giving Windows Insiders a sneak peak at what’s coming to Windows 10 later this year with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update debuted at Build 2017. The preview is available for testers in the ‘fast ring’ and includes updates to the Action Center, Cortana, the Microsoft…

Android O Developer Preview 3 is now available

Three weeks after Google announced its second developer preview of Android O, it is now rolling the third developer preview of its latest OS version with the final Android O APIs and the newest system images. Those who are already enrolled in the Android Beta Program should receive an over-the-air update to Developer Preview 3…

Sony Xperia XA1 Review: Camera-focused budget phone that doesn’t stand out

Budget Android phones usually have one great thing about them. That’s because manufacturers can’t afford to push each spec to the limit like they can with premium devices, so rather than just aim for an overall mediocre but inexpensive device, they choose one element of the device to shine above the others. For the LG…

Canadian Privacy Commissioner says he is reviewing Bell customer information hack

Canadian privacy commissioner Daniel Therrien has said he is reviewing the anonymous hacking incident that compromised Bell customer information. Therrien’s job is to investigate cases where the privacy rights of Canadians may have been violated. When asked by Reuters in a phone interview if Bell Canada had followed proper procedures in response to the cyber attacks,…