Amazfit's T-Rex Ultra delivers the brand's most ambitious effort yet
If you're looking for the best that Amazfit offers, the new T-Rex Ultra delivers.
If you're looking for the best that Amazfit offers, the new T-Rex Ultra delivers.
Nothing doesn't stray far when it comes to design but instead focuses on refinement for the Ear (2) launch.
After months of rumors, leaks, and teasing, the Nothing Ear (2) has finally been announced. That's right, what you're looking at is a follow-up to the Ear (1), which made its debut towards the end of 2021. Two years have passed and while the design remains near identical to the previous model, a lot has changed under the hood.
Rokid Max is exceptionally lightweight, coming in at 75 grams, and offers plenty of visual spectacle.
Over the past few months, we've seen a surge in AR glasses or similar products, with more and more companies introducing its latest offering, giving customers plenty of great options to choose from. When you hear the name Rokid, chances are, you've probably never heard of the company. But you'll be surprised to know that it has been in business for quite some time, delivering products to businesses and consumers. The firm is now introducing Rokid Max, its latest AR glasses, which offer an immersive visual experience while also keeping things light and sleek.
Qualcomm's own aptX encoders are now available for usage in AOSP-related projects.
Wireless headphones and earphones typically use a variety of different codecs to connect to your smartphone. There's SBC, which pretty much all devices support as a baseline, AAC, which is a higher quality licensed codec, and a litany of proprietary formats such as LDAC. One such codec that was also proprietary and required licensing to incorporate into a smartphone was aptX, a codec developed by Qualcomm. That's changing though, as Qualcomm recently open-sourced its aptX and aptX HD encoders by submitting them to the Android Open Source Project.
Nanoleaf is introducing two new lights in its Essential line that will offer support for Matter.
Nanoleaf has been around for a decade, introducing new and elaborate lighting setups that can be used for your home, office, or even specialized areas like a game or movie room. While the possibilities really are endless when it comes to designs, there was always a pain point, which required users to stick with only one brand of product, sometimes making it hard to create the perfect lighting setup. However, with the introduction of Matter, companies have been able to introduce a line of products that can be mixed and matched, making it easier to combine smart home solutions from different brands.
Nothing is holding a launch event online, giving the world its first look at the Ear (2).
Since the beginning of the month, Nothing has been hard at work, doing what it does best — creating hype for another one of its products. While we were in the dark for a short period, the company would later announce its next product, the Ear (2). Thankfully, we're just a few hours away from the product's release and Nothing's going to have a video launch for the device, starting at 11am EDT.
Samsung's hot deal on the Galaxy Z Fold 4 can score you up to $750 off the retail price with an eligible trade-in.
Samsung's been having some excellent deals so far this week, but if you're looking for a great deal on one of the best foldable smartphones out right now, this is going to be the promotion for you. Samsung is currently offering an incredible trade-in deal that knocks up to $750 off the price of the Galaxy Z Fold 4, bringing it down to just a little over a $1000. That means you can have one of the best foldable smartphones on the market, and get it for just a fraction of the price when it launched. Of course, this promotional pricing won't last long, so you'll want to get it while you can.
The Nreal Air AR glasses are getting official support for Windows PCs, giving users a large 21:9 display and 3DoF support for more immersive gaming.
Nreal, the company behind the Nreal Air AR glasses we reviewed a few months ago, is introducing official support for Windows PCs with the launch of Nebula for Windows. According to a recent survey conducted y the company, 56.68% of Nreal Air users are using it for console gaming (which includes the Steam Deck), and so, the company wants to expand to PC gaming as well.
Microsoft has released a new update for Windows Insiders in the Release Preview channel, adding a Bing button to the taskbar among other changes.
Microsoft has released a new Windows 11 update for Insiders enrolled in the Release Preview channel, adding a few of the improvements that have been available in the Beta and Dev channels in the past. There's also a seemingly brand-new change, which gives users faster access to the new Bing chat experience.
Apple launched watchOS 9 in fall 2022. Here's everything you need to know about this OS update, including its availability, new features, and more.
Apple launched watchOS 9 in late 2022, providing users with new features, fresh watch faces, rich additions, bug fixes, and more. While the release was relatively underwhelming, it still brought plenty of welcome changes to the table that further supercharge recent Apple Watch models. Let's examine the offerings this operating system introduces, its compatibility and release date, and more.
The 49-inch monitor is essentially two Quad HD screens in one, it boasts top-notch specs for gamers, and it even comes with a free desk pad.
LG has just launched the latest in its UltraGear lineup of gaming monitors, and it's quite the unit. The LG UltraGear 49-inch DQHD monitor (model number 49GR85DC-B) packs some top-of-the-line specs for a top-notch ultra-wide gaming experience, and it carries a price tag to match, coming in at $1,300.
After Pixel phones, it looks like Windows 11's built-in screenshot tool also lets attackers reveal information you may have cropped out.
Recently, we heard of a vulnerability in the screenshot tool of Google's Pixel phones, referred to as aCropalypse, which can result in revealing sensitive information through screenshots, even without the user realizing it. As it turns out, Google isn't the only one with this issue, as the Snipping Tool app in Windows 11 suffers from the same problem.
iOS 16.4 Release Candidate is now available to members of Apple's Developer Program. Here's what's new in this version and how to download it.
Apple publicly launched iOS 16, along with macOS Ventura, back in late 2022. Since then, the great iPhone maker has been working on minor versions to smoothen out leftover bugs and introduce the missing features it has already announced. Now that iOS 16.3.1 has been released in its stable form, the Cupertino firm has started developing the next iOS iteration. iOS 16.4 Release Candidate is now available to those registered in Apple's developer program. Here's a list of the new features and changes included in this updated build.
If you use your PlayStation 3 as a Plex media player, you'll have to consider alternatives.
If you have a PlayStation 3 that you still use as a media player, you're not alone. I know a few people who use one, and up until semi-recently, I used to use one too with my Plex media server. Now that functionality is going away, as six years after the official PlayStation 3 Plex app was deprecated, the application is no longer going to be supported. Users who use one are being encouraged to switch to another device such as a Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, or a Chromecast. Plex will stop working on the PlayStation 3 from the 24th of March, 2023.
This massive 85-inch smart TV is now on sale for a limited time, bringing it down to $1,600.
If you've been looking to get yourself a massive smart TV, Samsung's 85-inch QLED smart TV is going to be a great option. The TV offers QLED technology, providing vivid colors, deep blacks, and has a ton of smart features that will keep most users happy. The Q60B is now priced at $1,600, which is $700 less than its normal retail price for just a short four hour window.
Google's answer to ChatGPT and the new Bing chat is now available in preview for select users in the US and UK, with more countries to follow.
Google is officially entering the AI-powered chat war against ChatGPT with the introduction of Bard, its own take on the concept. Starting today, users in the United States and the United Kingdom can sign up for a preview of Bard and ask for help or information on a given topic. In return, Bard can generate structured responses that help users get the information they need more quickly.
Microsoft is bringing Bing Image Creator to Bing chat, which is powered by an advanced version of the DALL∙E model
Microsoft has announced two big upgrades for Bing. Now available in the AI-powered Bing chat experience is Bing Image Creator, which is powered by a version of the DALL∙E model to help you generate images with your own words. Also available in the standard Bing search are AI-powered visual stories and knowledge cards.
Samsung's curved monitor offers plenty of features, with excellent colors and comes in at a great price.
We're in an era where you have plenty of great options when it comes to monitors, with some of the best monitors being made available for reasonable prices. Samsung's S65U 34-inch curved ultrawide monitor is now on sale, knocking $200 off its retail price, making it a great deal for someone looking for a good monitor that can take anything you can throw at it.
The Oppo Find X6 Pro has made its release, featuring a beautiful design, a 1-inch camera sensor, and a powerful Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC.
Oppo has been on a hot streak lately, delivering impressive foldable smartphones with its Find N2 Flip and Find N2. Not one to rest on its laurels, the company is now announcing its Find X6 Pro, featuring a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, 1-inch primary camera sensor, impressive design, and a lot of delightful features.
Google Pixel Watch users should see a new update today, offering new features, bug fixes, and more.
In addition to the March 2023 update for the Pixel 6 series, Google has released the March 2023 Google Pixel Watch as well. The update is set to roll out to all supported devices over the next week. The update includes bug fixes, access to new settings, Fall Detection, and more.
The March 2023 update has finally arrived to Pixel 6 series handsets, a week later than other Pixel devices.
The March security update rolled out to Pixel devices last week, offering a wealth of new bug and vulnerability fixes. But if you were a Pixel 6 series handset user, chances are you probably noticed that your device wasn't part of the update. Luckily, it looks like Google has finally releaed the update to Pixel 6 users, allowing them to get some major vulnerabilities patched, while also getting some performance improvements in the process.