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Jacob Lieben

Co-owner and co-editor in chief of Lostgeeks.net. Responsible for article writing and the web infrastructure of this website.

Grand Seiko is an homage to watchmaking’s past

The 1960s were a beautiful time for watches. Horlogy was in its prime and the great names we know and love today – Rolex, Omega, Cartier – were just one of many watchmakers churning out commodity products to a world that needed to tell the time. Their watches – simple, ...

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5 Reasons Why You Should Consider Getting an Ulefone Armor 5

Ulefone is known to be a professional manufacturer of plenty rugged phones now. They create devices that help you get through many tough challenges, are good assistants and countable partners. The latest handset with these features is the new Ulefone Armor 5. If you were looking to buy one of ...

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Motorola P30 family shows up out of nowhere, could be related to the One and One Power

Motorola’s smartphone branding and release strategy doesn’t always make a lot of sense, as the Lenovo-owned company abandoned the Moto X family after 2015’s Style and Force, rebooted it last year with the X4, most likely looking to (at least) pause development again and instead roll out a whole new ...

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Google Pixel 3 XL video preview reveals giant 6.7″ display, 3430mAh battery

The Telegram channel of a Russian tech blogger is the gift that keeps on giving when it comes to tidbits about the upcoming Google Pixel 3 XL flagship. After doing an impromptu unboxing, the guy posted a look-around session with the device, showcasing the design and perusing the Android 9 ...

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YouTube says its app works best on these 19 phones

YouTube released on Thursday, its inaugural “Signature Devices” report. These are handsets that use next-gen technology to provide users with a “best-in-class YouTube experience.” The phones on the list “support high dynamic range, high frame rate, reliable DRM performance, 4K decoding, and use next generation video codecs.” They also use ...

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9 things that would have made the Galaxy Note 9 even better

Samsung says the Galaxy Note 9 is aimed at “those who want it all.” But can you really have it all, even at $999, from a phone that comes mere months before Samsung’s true “next big thing”, widely expected to adopt a bunch of groundbreaking new technologies in an attempt ...

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AllCall S1: More Memory at a Lower Price Tag

The AllCall S1 is the latest budget entry from Chinese phone maker AllCall. The smartphone, which already packs a massive 5000mAh battery, might also be the one with the more amount of memory per dollar, along with some additional neat features. The on-board Mediatek quad-core processor is indeed nothing to ...

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Samsung releases Android 8 update schedule for 12 of its devices

Samsung is notoriously slow when it comes to Android updates. Google officially released Android 9 Pie the other day, but Samsung is yet to release the previous version to a number of its devices. Now the company released a list of smartphones and tablets along with the month in which ...

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Samsung Galaxy Watch vs Apple Watch 4th gen: Preliminary design, features, and pricing comparison

The wearable market is about to get a tad heated this year as two of the major players on the scene – Apple and Samsung – are slated to release their fresh new top-shelf wearables. Of course, you know we are talking about the freshly-released Galaxy Watch and the upcoming ...

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