Samsung could upgrade Galaxy S23’s storage for free as pre-order offer around the world

We reported yesterday that Samsung might increase the pricing of its high-end phones, starting with the Galaxy S23. This price hike is possible in Australia, Europe, South Korea, and many other countries worldwide. However, the company could compensate for the price hike with a special pre-order offer. Tipster Roland Quandt spotted specific terms and conditions […]

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NVIDIA RTX Video Super Resolution can upscale videos, and it’s around the corner for Edge and Chrome

What you need to know NVIDIA RTX Video Super Resolution upscales videos to 4K using artificial intelligence. The feature is set to ship in February 2023. NVIDIA added support for RTX Super Resolution to Edge and Chrome in October 2022 but it will not be enabled until the first 530.xx GPU driver comes out. NVIDIA’s […]

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Weekly deals: the best smartphone and smart watch deals from around the world

A lot has happened in the last couple of years and it has made the market more price sensitive, so finding a good deal is more important than ever. And while we can’t help you navigate the housing market, we can help you find a cool new phone on the cheap. Below are the best […]

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Apple Updates App Store Review Guidelines Around Matter, NFTs and More

With the release of iOS 16.1 and iPadOS 16.1, Apple is updating the App Store review guidelines that are provided to developers who create apps for iPhones and iPads. Apple is now requiring that apps provide the App Review team with full access to an app, with an active demo account or demo mode for […]

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iOS 16.1 Beta Adds More Pronounced Gray Border Around Dynamic Island When Using Black Wallpapers or in Dark Mode

With the latest iOS 16.1 beta, Apple has tweaked the design of the Dynamic Island on the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max to make it more visible on a dark background. When using a darker wallpaper or with the darker interface of Dark Mode activated, there is a light gray border around the outside […]

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Zillow’s iOS App Gains Apple Maps Look Around Integration

Zillow today announced that it has integrated the Apple Maps Look Around feature into its real estate app, allowing potential home buyers to get a closer look at the neighborhood around a house they are interested in. Apple with iOS 16 added the ‌Apple Maps‌ Look Around feature to the MapKit API that is available […]

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Have an old Samsung phone lying around? Check its battery!

Do you happen to have old Samsung Galaxy phones lying around? If you do, you may want to check their batteries for your safety. It looks like older Galaxy phones dating before the Galaxy S20 series may be plagued by an issue that causes the battery to swell over time — and yes, more so […]

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Video shows off the cool features of the LG Rollable and how its display wraps around the back

In a different timeline, this could have been one of the most innovative phones of 2021. In this timeline, only a few LG Rollable units were produced and they were sold to employees as keepsakes. It showed up in some photos and even a short video, but it mostly faded from the public eye. Now […]

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Video shows off the cool features of the LG Rollable and how its display wraps around the back

In a different timeline, this could have been one of the most innovative phones of 2021. In this timeline, only a few LG Rollable units were produced and they were sold to employees as keepsakes. It showed up in some photos and even a short video, but it mostly faded from the public eye. Now […]

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Here’s how much the iPhone 14 lineup and the new Apple Watches cost around the world

Just as the latest Apple keynote comes to a close, we’ve gathered up the most important aspect of the new Apple products – pricing. We’ve compiled prices for the US, UK, Germany, India, China and Japan markets in the two tables below. iPhone 14 and 14 Pro series US pricing Storage plans for the phones […]

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In Samsung’s defense, the term “innovation” is thrown around haphazardly

The media appears to be riding another wave of reports on “innovation” in the mobile industry, or lack thereof. Once again, Samsung has become a big target for this narrative after the Galaxy Z Fold 4 and Galaxy Z Flip 4 got announced earlier in August. Numerous industry watchers, self-proclaimed leakers, small-time Twitter users, and […]

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Galaxy Z Flip 4 and BTS take over five major cities around the world

Samsung and the K-pop group BTS came together again for Unpacked 2022 to promote the new Galaxy Z Flip 4 foldable phone. There are no unboxing videos featuring BTS and the new foldable phone this time. Instead, the K-pop group took over digital signages at iconic public places across five major cities: Times Square New […]

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Some Nothing phone (1) buyers report green tint display, issues around the selfie camera

The green tint is something that occasionally haunts makers of smartphones with AMOLED displays and the Nothing phone (1) is the latest handset to fall victim to it. That is not the only QA issue plaguing the young company’s first smartphone, however, as multiple buyers report on Twitter. The “green tint” issue is self explanatory, […]

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TP-Link Deco X4300 Pro mesh system review: Multi-Gigabit speeds around the home

TP-Link sold me on their mesh Wi-Fi sets a while ago, with Deco sets proving their worth as a solution to my issues with poor wireless reception in my home office and beyond. Mesh Wi-Fi sends network traffic through multiple nodes, so practically every inch of your home can be covered with high-speed Internet. TP-Link’s […]

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Apple Executive Says Samsung Copied the iPhone and Simply ‘Put a Bigger Screen Around It’

The Wall Street Journal‘s Joanna Stern today shared a new documentary about the evolution of the iPhone ahead of the 15th anniversary of the device launching on June 29, 2007. The documentary includes an interview with Apple’s marketing chief Greg Joswiak, iPhone co-creator Tony Fadell, and a family of iPhone users. One segment of the […]

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‘Brutal Battle’ Expected as Regulators Close in on Apple Around the World

Experts anticipate a “brutal battle” between Apple and global regulators amid concerns about how the company may “exaggerate” its privacy and security claims for commercial gain and curtail interoperability to keep users locked into a “walled garden.” Global experts and leaders of competition policy convened at the Data, Technology, and Analytics Conference 2022 last week, […]

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Poco F4 and Poco X4 GT details leak, expected to cost around €400 or less

Poco has two launches lined up for June 23 (Thursday next week) – the Poco F4 and Poco X4 GT. We know what to expect for the most part, especially since rumors claim these are based on existing Redmi devices, but here are the details that WinFuture managed to uncover, including pricing. The Poco F4 […]

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These Nanobots Can Swim Around a Wound and Kill Bacteria

Next, they proved that the bots could swim. In test tubes containing urea, the microbots reached speeds of up to 4 micrometers per second—“one or two body lengths per second,” says Sánchez. (Humans also swim around one body-length per second.) Then it was time to show that the bots could also kill. But the team […]

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Apple Defends Ecosystem in Australia as Antitrust Firefighting Around the World Continues

Apple has robustly defended its ecosystem in a submission to Australia’s competition watchdog, amid growing global scrutiny of the power of big tech companies and “gatekeeping.” The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has scrutinized Apple’s ecosystem in a series of investigations since last year and encouraged the company to give users more control over […]

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Third-party widget support may be around the corner for Windows 11

Microsoft appears to be making preparations to support third-party widgets on Windows 11. A screenshot of alleged code from the Widget manifest that mentions downloading new widgets through the Microsoft Store was recently shared by Twitter user FireCube. “Widget manifest update shows more evidence of being able to download third party widgets and updates from […]

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