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How to create custom Quick Actions in MacOS Mojave

Custom Quick Actions in Finder are your friends. Screenshot by Matt Elliott/CNET MacOS Mojave brings you Stacks, Dark Mode, a new screenshot tool and a better Finder. Finder can now do more than find things. With its new Quick...

Google Pixel Wear OS smartwatch: rumored specs, price and release date

Google’s own smartwatch could arrive this year. Here’s what we know (or think we know) so far. Scott Stein/CNET Google's line of smartwatches formerly known as Android Wear, now known as Wear OS, have...

The BlackBerry Key 2 is the only phone to get if you love keyboards

The BlackBerry Key 2 is a sleeker and faster version of the original KEYone. IMAGE: RAYMOND WONG/MASHABLE BlackBerry kickstarted its return from the smartphone graveyard with the QWERTY keyboard-equipped KEYone last year and now it's back...

Spigen Classic C1 review: Who knew an iPhone X case could look this cool?

IMAGE: DUSTIN DRANKOSKI/MASHABLE Spigen Classic C1 $39.99 VIEW PRODUCT The Good Colors are true to that of the iMac G3 • Two-layer build provides protection from drops The Bad Quite difficult to take the case off • Inconsistent...

Oppo R15 Pro review: A good phablet that’s just a bit too pricey

Oppo R15 Pro's large OLED screen is bigger than screens of most competitors. IMAGE: STAN SCHROEDER/MASHABLE The Good Solid performance and battery life • Great selfies • Nice big screen The Bad Some software bugs •...

BlackBerry Key2 hands-on review

Don't dismiss physical keyboards until you try the masterpiece BlackBerry Key2 The BlackBerry Key2 is the perfect, refined successor to the nostalgic KeyOne. HIGHS Excellent keyboard, handy new Speed Key Beautiful design Speedy...

OnePlus 6 review: A big step closer to the perfect smartphone

The reasonably priced powerhouse now comes in an elegant package. Key Specs Type  Smartphone Operating system  Android Internal memory  64GB I still remember that day, more than four years ago, when OnePlus came out of nowhere...

Samsung Q9FN QLED TV (65Q9FN) review

The best TV ever? Could be! By John Archer OUR VERDICT Samsung’s much-hyped QLED technology suddenly makes sense with the 65-inch 65Q9FN. By combining QLED’s unprecedented brightness and color talents with direct instead of edge...
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