Whoops, looks like Best Buy already put out some Pixel 3a XLs

It’s been interesting watching all of these Pixel 3a/3a XL leaks happen all over the place – though it’s hard to beat the insanity that led up to the Pixel 3 reveal last year – but it looks like Best Buy has jumped the gun a bit, as you can see in the photo above. Oh, boy.

Our tipster spotted this at a Best Buy in Springfield, Ohio just right out there in the open for all to see. Read MoreWhoops, looks like Best Buy already put out some Pixel 3a XLs was written by the awesome team at Android Police….

Whoops, looks like Best Buy already put out some Pixel 3a XLs

Razer Phone 2 drops to $700 ($100 off) at multiple retailers

Razer’s second phone, creatively named “Razer Phone 2,” has been on the market for a couple of months now. Our review showed that it’s a good device overall, with many improvements over the original Razer Phone. It’s now available at a $100 discount from Amazon, Best Buy, Microsoft, and Newegg, bringing the price down to $699.99.

The Razer Phone 2 sports a 5.72″ 1440p 120Hz LCD (in a now-rare 16:9 aspect ratio), a Snapdragon 845, 8GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, dual 12MP rear cameras, an 8MP front-facing camera, and a 4,000mAh battery. Read MoreRazer Phone 2 drops to $700 ($100 off)…

Razer Phone 2 drops to $700 ($100 off) at multiple retailers

Facebook’s Portal video calling devices go on sale, but who the hell would buy one?

In one of the scariest product announcements in recent years (should have done on Halloween, amirite?), Facebook unveiled its video calling devices last month. The Portal and Portal+ are now beginning to ship to anyone who was silly enough to pre-order one, and you can even go out and buy them in shops.

Facebook assures us these products were “built with privacy and security in mind,” but I still don’t think I want a Facebook-connected eye anywhere in my home. Read MoreFacebook’s Portal video calling devices go on sale, but who the hell would buy one? was written by the awesome team at…

Facebook’s Portal video calling devices go on sale, but who the hell would buy one?