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 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.
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.
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.
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.
According to Xbox head Phil Spencer, Microsoft is planning to launch a new app store for games on iOS and Android as soon as next year.
Microsoft could be digging its gaming feet even deeper into rival platforms soon beyond simple web apps that it already has. That's because, Microsoft Xbox head Phil Spencer recently said in an interview that the company is getting ready to launch a new app store for games on iOS and Android, as soon as 2024 if their acquisition of Activision Blizzard is cleared.
The OnePlus "100 Days No Regret” program gives users a real chance to experience the OnePlus 11 handset worry-free.
The OnePlus lineup for 2023 is looking quite strong with heavy hitters like the OnePlus 11, Buds Pro 2, OnePlus Pad, mechanical keyboard, and more. While it has a ton of great deals surrounding its smartphones, it looks like it's wanting to push things a bit further with its latest promotion, giving those potentially interested in the OnePlus 11, a 100-day grace period when it comes to returning it. That's right, for a limited time, you're going to be able to purchase the smartphone directly from OnePlus, and you'll get to use the device for 100 days without worry. If you're not satisfied with it, you can just return it without any kind of penalties.
A newly revealed vulnerability could reveal previously redacted details from screenshots if the edits were made using a Pixel device.
A new vulnerability was revealed by researchers Simon Aarons and David Buchanan that allows previously redacted details to be reclaimed, if the screenshots were taken and changes were made, using the markup editing tool found on Google Pixel devices. While the issue has been addressed in the latest March security patch, the problem still remains in all the images and screenshots that were shared over the years prior to this patch.
Browse through the best OnePlus 11 deals and grab your new phone right now!
The OnePlus 11 is one of the first flagships to come out in 2023, and it's now available to purchase in most markets across the globe, including the United States. It's one of the best-performing phones you can buy right now, thanks to the new Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip, and it goes head-to-head with the best Android phones out there.
If you don't have the March 2023 security update, you should probably disable Wi-Fi Calling and VoLTE.
We trust our smartphones with pretty much everything in our lives, and in return, we expect them to be secure and safeguarded against attacks. That's usually the case, and monthly security updates go a long way in protecting our data. However, if you have a Google Pixel or a Samsung phone, you should probably be wary. Google's Project Zero, its bug-hunting team, has identified eighteen security vulnerabilities that affect Exynos modems, and combining them can give an attacker full control over your smartphone without you even knowing.
Qualcomm's Snapdragon 7+ Gen 2 looks to be a downgraded Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 at a lower price.
Qualcomm's biggest release of the year is always its flagship chipsets, but arguably the most important release is its range of mid-range chips. Most people aren't buying flagship phones, but they want a device that will still last a number of years and be reasonably powerful for most of what they want to do. That's why the Snapdragon 7 series exists, and the company has just announced the Snapdragon 7+ Gen 2.
Google Glass Enterprise Edition sales have been discontinued and support for the device will end later this year.
While it stopped being part of the conversation long ago, Google Glass made a fairly significant impact on the technology world when it was first launched back in 2013. For the most part, it never really caught on, with only enthusiasts and developers picking up the costly device. Also, the product managed to spark a global conversation around privacy not only in the technology community but also in the general media. Although the original Google Glass was discontinued back in 2015, its successor, the Glass Enterprise Edition, was later released and aimed more for commercial use. Now, tens years after the initial launch of Google Glass, the company is finally winding the project down, discontinuing sales of the Enterprise Edition and discontinuing support later this year.
It looks like Google is cooking up a new Video Unblur feature that could make its debut with the upcoming Pixel 8 series devices.
Google's Photo Unblur feature was pure magic when it made its debut late last year, giving users the ability to take blurred photos and making them usable. While the feature has remained an exclusive to Pixel 7 series devices, it looks like the folks at Google could be working on similar feature that will tackle blurry videos.
YouTube TV is increasing its prices from $65 to $73 per month.
YouTube TV started off in 2017 with a price tag of $35 per month. Over the past years, the cost has slowly risen, and in some cases, making it cheaper to subscribe to TV packages from traditional cable providers. Now, the company has announced that it will raise its rates to $73 per month for new customers, and for current customers, the price increase will be reflected starting next month.
It looks like Sony could be readying for the release of its WF-1000XM5 earbuds.
It's been a couple of years since the launch of the Sony WF-1000XM4 wireless earbuds. At one point, they were some of the best wireless earbuds available. But, over the past 12 months, competitors have delivered better options, offering better audio quality and added features. Well, it looks like a proper successor for the Sony earbuds could be on the horizon, as images of the WF-1000XM5 have leaked online.
Starlink is rolling out its global roaming plan to more people. The service won't come cheap, costing $200 per month.
Just last month, Starlink customers started receiving invitations to a new global roaming plan. Today, the company is going wide with its release, sharing that new and current Starlink customers can now sign up for the global roaming plan that will cost $200 per month. In addition to the global plan, the company is rebranding its Starlink RV service to Starlink Roam, with the new regional roaming plan costing a $150 per month.
OnePlus has shared that its first tablet will be available for preorder starting April 10.
Last month was quite an exciting time for OnePlus, announcing the OnePlus 11, Buds Pro 2, and OnePlus Pad. While the two previous devices have already been released, we're still waiting for the company's first tablet. Although at the time, the company did give a general timeframe for release, now, we're getting a bit more information, with the preorder date set for April 10.
Google is now rolling out Android 13 QPR3 Beta 1, offering new bug fixes and visual enhancements.
After its announcement last week, Google is making good on its word by now rolling out Android 13 QPR3 Beta 1. The first beta (T3B1.230224.005) comes in at 258MB and offers plenty of bug fixes. If you're feeling adventurous, you can always download the beta on your compatible Pixel device. While they are suitable for everyday use, Google does warn that there are some new issues with its latest build, so take some caution.
After months of rumors, T-Mobile has finally entered a deal that will allow it to buy Mint Mobile.
T-Mobile is no stranger to giant acquisitions, purchasing Sprint a couple of years back and now, has entered into a new agreement to purchase Ka’ena Corporation. If you've never heard of the company, don't worry, you're not alone. But you've probably heard of its subsidiaries, Mint Mobile and Ultra Mobile. Yes, the Ryan Reynolds owned prepaid cellular service is going to become an official part of the Un-carrier, pending that the deal is cleared through the proper channels.