New details on LG's G6 phone, Razer's stolen laptops
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We're learning a lot more about LG's next smart phone, the G6.
The device is rumored to boast a 5.7 inch quad HD+ display, with an unconventional 18 by 9 aspect ratio.
LG says the screen will also perform better outdoors, and use up less battery life than previous model.
You should expect to see the G6 on sale in March, which should arrive before Samsung's next big one, the S8.
In an effort to calm the nerves of privacy advocates, upset with the way in which Windows 10 collects data, Microsoft has announced a big change to the way Windows 10 operates.
Additionally, the OS will better explain what security settings mean, and give users a chance to opt in or out Five explicit choices, once a new feature has been rolled out.
And finally, two prototype laptops were stolen from Razer at CES.
And the company is offering $25,000 towards information that could lead to the identification or arrest of those involved.
The triple 4k screen laptops, called Project Valerie, were one of the more notable hits at the show These razors known to invent new constant items specifically for CES.
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