Why One UI 4.1.1 might offer the best Galaxy tablet UX to date

It hasn’t been that long since Samsung released One UI 4.1.1, but the latter has quickly become one of my favorite Samsung software releases of all time — at least as far as Galaxy tablets are concerned. One UI 4.1.1 changed almost everything about how I approach my Galaxy tablet. The new version of One […]

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Twitter Blue Subscribers in Canada, Australia, and New Zealand Now Able to Edit Tweets, U.S. Support Coming Soon

Twitter today announced that Twitter Blue subscribers located in Canada, Australia, and New Zealand are now able to use the edit tweet feature that has been in testing since the beginning of September. An edit option has been in the works for several months now, with the “Edit Tweet” option showing up alongside the already […]

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The 2021 Apple TV Siri Remote Almost Had a Finger Rest

Apple’s 2021 Siri Remote that was released alongside the second-generation Apple TV 4K originally had a different design, according to filings that Apple submitted to the FCC ahead of the device’s launch. In the images, there is shallow oval-shaped divot at the rear of the remote, which may have been intended as a finger rest […]

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Galaxy S23 cases hint at different camera design featuring a thin hump

The first Galaxy S23 cases have popped up online! Although they don’t appear to have been manufactured by Samsung, they are seemingly based on official dimensions shared by the company with its partners. In theory, these 3rd-party cases shouldn’t be more revealing than the previous CAD renders showcasing the alleged design of the Galaxy S23 […]

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Best gaming PC deals for October 2022

You know one of the great things about a prebuilt gaming PC? Someone else did all the work for you. It’s nice to be able to just click a button and have the perfect machine with all of your favorite settings already in place. Sure you might pay a little extra for that service, but […]

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Apple and Amazon’s $170M Antitrust Fine Overturned by Italian Court

An administrative court in Italy today scrapped a €173.3 million ($170.4 million) fine leveled at Apple and Amazon last year for alleged anti-competitive cooperation when selling Apple and Beats products, Reuters reports. In November 2021, Italy’s antitrust watchdog hit Apple and Amazon with a €200 million ($196 million) fine in the culmination of an investigation […]

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Asus ROG Phone 6D Ultimate rules AnTuTu performance chart for September

The September rankings of the best-performing phones on AnTuTu are in and the ROG Phone 6D Ultimate is the new leader edging out key competitors like the OnePlus Ace Pro and iQOO 10 Pro which came in second and third place respectively. The new ROG Phone 6D Ultimate is the only smartphone in the list […]

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One UI feature focus: Multi-Window, how to maximize its potential

One UI 4.1.1 and One UI 5.0 are changing the multitasking and mobile productivity game in a big way. As some of you know, Samsung’s latest One UI versions add a new and very useful taskbar – which we explored in a recent guide. But that’s only one part of the equation. With One UI […]

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Samsung Galaxy Watch5 and Watch5 Pro review

Introduction and specs Samsung made a bold step last year by ditching its own Tizen OS for watches and moving over to Google’s Wear OS with its own One UI skin on top. The bet was big, but it seems like it’s paying off because the appetite for Galaxy smartwatches has remained steady. And you […]

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AirPods Pro 2 Earbud Batteries 15% Bigger, But Charging Case Sees Little Improvement

The longer battery life of second-generation AirPods Pro is partly achieved by use of physically bigger batteries, regulatory filings show. Compared to the first-generation AirPods Pro, Apple says that the second-generation model features an additional 1.5 hours of battery life with Active Noise Cancellation enabled for a total of six hours. Listings on the 3C […]

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Apple Preparing iOS 16.0.3 With More Bug Fixes Following iPhone 14 Launch

iOS 16.0.2 was released last month with several bug fixes for iPhone 14 issues, excessive copy and paste permission prompts, and more. Now, evidence suggests that Apple is planning to release iOS 16.0.3 with additional bug fixes. Evidence of an upcoming iOS 16.0.3 software update has shown up in MacRumors analytics logs, which have been […]

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Samsung Galaxy A54 is getting a 50MP main camera

A new report from GalaxyClub, which has a solid track record of Samsung-related leaks, suggests that the upcoming Galaxy A54 will feature a 50MP main camera. Sadly, no other details were provided in this report except for the megapixel count. At first, this would suggest a camera downgrade given that the Galaxy A52 and A53 […]

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Daily Deal: Save 15% on Samsung’s official 15W USB-C charger

Most Samsung phones don’t come with a charger in the box now. This includes even the company’s most expensive phones like the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and the Galaxy S22 Ultra. Samsung no longer ships a charger with many of its affordable devices either. If you haven’t already got a charger lying around, or just […]

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Apple Celebrates Reaching 100 Million Songs on Apple Music

Apple today celebrated reaching the milestone of 100 million songs on Apple Music and commented upon two areas where it is working to improve the service. Reflecting on the growth of music on Apple’s platforms in a press release, ‌Apple Music‌’s global head of editorial Rachel Newman today said: One hundred million songs. Twenty-one years […]

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Deals: You Can Get $400 Off Every 2021 MacBook Pro Model Right Now on Amazon

Apple’s 2021 MacBook Pro lineup has seen consistent discounts over the past few weeks, but it’s been rare for every model to have all-time low prices at once. Today on Amazon you’ll find just that, with both 14-inch and 16-inch versions of the MacBook Pro getting record low markdowns in every configuration. 14-inch MacBook Pro […]

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Fourth One UI 5.0 beta update for the Galaxy S22 might roll out soon

The third One UI 5.0 beta for the Galaxy S22 series brought some pretty cool and finite features. But despite the new update feeling relatively complete and polished (barring some lackluster animations), development on the beta firmware isn’t over yet. We found new evidence suggesting that Samsung is developing a fourth One UI 5.0 beta […]

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Fourth One UI 5.0 beta update for the Galaxy S22 might roll out soon

The third One UI 5.0 beta for the Galaxy S22 series brought some pretty cool and finite features. But despite the new update feeling relatively complete and polished (barring some lackluster animations), development on the beta firmware isn’t over yet. We found new evidence suggesting that Samsung is developing a fourth One UI 5.0 beta […]

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Fourth One UI 5.0 beta update for the Galaxy S22 might roll out soon

The third One UI 5.0 beta for the Galaxy S22 series brought some pretty cool and finite features. But despite the new update feeling relatively complete and polished (barring some lackluster animations), development on the beta firmware isn’t over yet. We found new evidence suggesting that Samsung is developing a fourth One UI 5.0 beta […]

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Bloomberg: Sony is confident in the PSVR2, plans to produce 2 million units by March next year

Sony has already started mass production of PlayStation VR2 headsets and will keep a high pace of production leading up to the launch of the headset early next year, claim insiders quoted by Bloomberg. The goal is to have 2 million units of the headset by March 2023. The pace of production after launch will […]

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Bloomberg: Sony is confident in the PSVR2, plans to produce 2 million units by March next year

Sony has already started mass production of PlayStation VR2 headsets and will keep a high pace of production leading up to the launch of the headset early next year, claim insiders quoted by Bloomberg. The goal is to have 2 million units of the headset by March 2023. The pace of production after launch will […]

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