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OnePlus 6 review: Flagship Killer

There are no shortcuts to greatness and no smartphone maker knows this more than Chinese startup OnePlus.To fully understand and appreciate the company's new OnePlus 6 Android smartphone, we need to take a brief trip back a couple of years.In 2014, the company nobody had heard of had, against all odds, successfully launched its first phone, the OnePlus One.The sales pitch was remarkably simple: The best Android hardware paired with virtually unmodified (aka "stock") Android software with prices that'd cost hundreds less than premium phones from Samsung, LG, HTC, Sony, or whoever.Android...

Teen monitoring app used by parents reportedly leaked Apple ID passwords

Parents have been using a monitoring service called TeenSafe to ensure their kids are protected, but the app reportedly has some security issues of its own. As first reported by ZDNet, two of the company's servers, which are hosted on Amazon's cloud service, were left unprotected without a password, meaning the accounts of thousands of parents and their children were left exposed. SEE ALSO: 7 mind-soothing apps that will help you sleep better TeenSafe allows parents to monitor their children's texts, view website history, call logs, contacts, and third-party apps, including messages on...

Janet Jackson on #MeToo: 'We will no longer be controlled, manipulated, or abused'

At the 2018 Billboard Music Awards, Janet Jackson became the first black woman to receive the Icon Award. Joining the likes of Prince, Cher, Jennifer Lopez and Stevie Wonder, the artist said she was "deeply humbled" by the award and used the moment to salute the #MeToo movement. SEE ALSO: Kelly Clarkson demands 'moment of action' on gun violence in moving speech "For all the challenges, for all our challenges, we live at a glorious moment in history," Jackson told the audience, who had loudly chanted her name. "It's a moment when at long last women have made it clear that we will no longer be...

Kelly Clarkson demands 'moment of action' of gun violence in moving speech

Kelly Clarkson has demanded not a moment of silence for victims of gun violence, but instead a "moment of action." Following the Santa Fe High School shooting in Texas that left ten victims dead on Friday, the Billboard Music Awards host opened Sunday's ceremony in Las Vegas with a moving speech focused on gun violence in the U.S. SEE ALSO: Netflix cancels '13 Reasons Why' Season 2 premiere after school shooting Clarkson, who grew up in Texas, took the opportunity to call for change, saying that "we're failing our communities." "I'm a Texas girl, and my home state has had so much heartbreak...

'September' songwriter Allee Willis is not a fan of Taylor Swift's Earth, Wind & Fire cover

Taylor Swift got dragged pretty hard last month when she released her cover of Earth, Wind & Fire's "September." But little did we know the sickest burns were yet to come. SEE ALSO: There's a 'Deadpool 2' Taylor Swift Easter egg you definitely missed in the trailer Allee Willis, who co-wrote the original tune with Maurice White and Al McKay, has weighed in with her assessment of Swift's version. And what she had to say was... well, get your ice packs ready. Willis shared her thoughts during a recent performance in Detroit. "I didn't really think she did a horrible job," she began. ...

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