from Samuel Roberts,Tabitha Baker,Stephen Lambrechts
Looking for where to buy a Nintendo Switch? You're far from alone. Nintendo Switch stock has been hard to come by over the last few months, with the US in particular being deprived of stock for a long time. The same can't be said for Switch the UK, however, as we're seeing flashes of new stock popping up at a number of retailers over the past weeks. Amazon, Currys, and Very have all offered Nintendo Switch deals recently, so keep checking back if you're feeling the itch. Scroll down for retailers that still have the console in stock in the [...]
The Oppo Find X2 and X2 Pro, launched in earlier this year, are two of the most premium phones available from Oppo, but they're definitely not affordable phones – and that's likely why the company just announced two new entries to the line, with reduced specs and lower price tags.
These phones are the Oppo Find X2 Neo and Find X2 Lite, and they've been announced for the UK – it's unlikely they'll come to the US, as previous Oppo phones haven't been sold there, but they may come to Australia, as certain phones from the company are released [...]
from Stephen Lambrechts,Nick Pino,Henry St Leger
There's never a bad time to buy one of the best TVs of 2020. So far, we've seen massive discounts on last year's top models, and in the coming months we expect to see a slew of new TVs from Sony, LG, Samsung, Hisense and TCL. Before long, those same tellies will start progressively cheaper as we lead into the second half of the year.
from Michael Justin Allen Sexton
Upgrade your PC with an ultra-fast Adata XPG M.2 SSD that can transfer data at a blazing speed of 3,500MB/s. Today, you can pick one of these drives up with a 1TB capacity for the low price of just $109.99.Adata XPG SX8100 1TB NVMe SSD ($109.99)
Adata's XPG SX8100 is a fast NVMe storage solution that can read data at speeds of up to 3,500MB/s and write data at 3,000MB/s. It also can hold a lot of data with a total capacity of 1TB. Using a $10 clickable coupon, you can buy one today from Amazon [...]
For as long as the iPhone has existed, there have been people trying to “jailbreak” it to bypass Apple's draconian restrictions. The cat-and-mouse game between Apple and hackers has continued over the last decade, but Apple has usually come out on top. For the first time in years, a hacking group has released a universal jailbreak for iOS. The “unc0ver” tool is a bit harder to install than the jailbreaks of old, but it works on almost all modern iDevices.
When we talk about [...]