If you thought bezel-less displays and powerful performance were limited to flagships, think again. Thanks to Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 636 chipset, mid-range phones could be getting a significant processing boost in the very near future. A successor to Qualcomm's current Snapdragon 630 mid-range chipset, the 636 will make it easier
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The suspension held up well during high speed trail riding. Let me tell you something about Kawasaki KLX250 press launches. While they sprinkle in a bit of street riding, they focus on hard core off-roading. This was true when we attended the press launch for the 2009 KLX250S. It was also
With a Calder Trophy and a Stanley Cup playoff appearance in his first season, expectations are high for Auston Matthews in his second year. 8:45 AM ET Emily KaplanESPN This story appears in ESPN The Magazine's Oct. 30 NBA Preview Issue. Subscribe today! When Auston Matthews made his debut for the Toronto Maple Leafs
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7:11 AM ET For the second time in five seasons, the entire state of Wisconsin hinges on a single broken collarbone. One thousand four hundred forty-four days after Aaron Rodgers broke his collarbone on Monday Night Football in a 2013 loss to the Bears, the Packers' future Hall of Fame quarterback
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