iPhone XS and XS Max reviews are out, Nintendo's online service goes live
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CNet's reviews for the Apple iPhone XS and the XS Max are up.
The latest iPhones have surprisingly good camera improvements, outshining last year's iPhone X. Face ID is also faster than before.
Should you get one of the new iPhones?
Check out CNET's full reviews to make your decision.
ONEPLUS best known as an Android smartphone maker is opening up a new television division.
A report by PC Mag says ONEPLUS will introduce a 4k LED television next year.
The company is currently running a contest to name its upcoming television products.
The winner of the contest will receive the TV device as well as a trip to the One Plus TV lunch event.
Nintendo's new service is alive, it's called Nintendo Switch Online.
For around $20 per year, you'll be able to play games on your Switch against your friends online.
Hence that very descriptive name.
Nintendo Switch Online also gives subscribers a library of classic games to play, access to the Nintendo smartphone app, and support for cloud backup of game data.
The company's offering a free seven day trial for those who wanna try it out.
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