Apple Expects to Sell Fewer OLED iPad Pros Than Planned

Apple has reportedly cut components orders for its upcoming OLED iPad Pro models, suggesting that the company is now anticipating lower demand than previously expected. According to a report from Aju Korea Daily, cited by Trendforce, Apple has reduced orders of the OLED display panels designed for the next-generation iPad Pro by 20 to 30%. […]

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Apple Car delayed to 2028, comes with fewer autonomous driving features

A new report from Mark Gurman on Bloomberg brings some disappointing news about Apple’s upcoming car saying that the company has not only delayed launching the vehicle but also reduced the car’s autonomous driving capability. Let’s take a look. According to the analyst, Apple has downgraded the car’s autonomous driving capability to Level 2+. That’s […]

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Many Galaxy A and Galaxy M phones will now receive fewer or no updates

Samsung regularly reduces the update frequency for Galaxy smartphones and tablets and also stops updating them a few years after they first go on sale. And this month, the list of Galaxy devices for which Samsung will release fewer or no updates going forward is longer than usual. No more updates for the Galaxy A20s, […]

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Like Apple and other brands, Samsung sells fewer tablets in Q3 2023

Samsung has completed the launch of its entire tablet lineup for 2023, including the Galaxy Tab A9, Galaxy Tab S9 FE, and the Galaxy Tab S9 series. While the South Korean firm has improved its entire lineup, it didn’t see any of those improvements translate into better sales. In fact, its tablet shipments fell as […]

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Fewer ads and downloads coming to Netflix’s ad-supported plan

In November 2022, Netflix launched an ad-supported subscription plan (called ‘Standard with ads’ which costs $6.99 per month in the US), giving people a more affordable option to stream videos on the platform. Now, exactly one year later, the company has announced that it would soon make the ad-supported plan even better by adding more […]

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Intel CEO argues the company should get more CHIPS Act cash and fewer trade regulation limitations

What you need to know On August 9, 2022 Joe Biden signed the CHIPS and Science Act into law which includes $39 billion in subsidies for chip manufacturers on US soil. During Aspen Security Forum 2023, Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger stated that national security and the US economy are reasons why Intel should face fewer […]

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Galaxy S24 Ultra could take all your money while giving you fewer cameras

Samsung released its best camera phone ever in the form of the Galaxy S23 Ultra. It has four rear-facing cameras, each featuring autofocus and capable of recording 4K 60fps videos. Two of those are telephoto cameras, offering zoom reach that no rival phone can match. However, the Galaxy S24 Ultra could give you fewer cameras […]

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The latest Samsung Internet version is more stable, has fewer bugs

Samsung Internet, the preferred internet browser for millions of Galaxy smartphone and tablet users, is getting a new update. It’s a routine update without additional features. But considering the recent news concerning the Internet browser, any update should be welcome. The latest Samsung Internet update pushes the browser to version 20.0.6.5. Samsung’s changelog mentions only […]

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Bing Chat now has fewer ‘hallucinations’ following an update

What you need to know Bing Chat received an update to version 96 recently. The update reduces how often the chatbot will refuse to answer a question. Hallucinations should also be reduced, thanks to the update. Bing Chat recently received an update to version 96. The latest version of the chatbot is fully in production, […]

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Samsung may reduce the Galaxy A series to fewer models in 2024

It looks like the (misleading) rumors about the Galaxy S24 series dropping one of the three models didn’t come alone. More reports are coming in regarding Samsung’s alleged smartphone strategy for 2024, and one such report suggests that the company will want to trim down its Galaxy A series. Assuming that this rumor turns out […]

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iOS 17 Rumored to Have ‘Fewer Major Changes Than Originally Planned’ as Apple Shifts Focus to AR/VR Headset

iOS 17, the next major update for the iPhone, could be a less significant update than Apple was originally hoping as the company, and its engineers, focus more heavily on the upcoming AR/VR headset. Apple has been working on its AR/VR headset and its accompanying operating system, xrOS, for several years. With the launch of […]

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Apple Reportedly Asks Suppliers to Make Fewer Components for AirPods, MacBooks, and Apple Watch Due to Weak Demand

Apple has asked suppliers to make fewer components for the AirPods, MacBook, and Apple Watch families in the first quarter of this year due to low demand, according to a report from Nikkei Asia. From the report: In a sign of the gloomy outlook for consumer electronics, Apple has notified several suppliers to build fewer […]

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Review: Razer’s soundbar revision brings RGB lights but fewer ports

Source: Windows Central There’s no mistaking the triple-headed snake logo of Razer, the gaming hardware manufacturer synonymous with high-end gaming products and usually a lot of RGB lights. The second-generation revision of their gamer-focused soundbar, the Razer Leviathan V2, fits suitably well into their catalog of peripherals and accessories. Since Razer owns THX, it makes […]

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Apple Hiring Fewer ‘Genius’ Employees at Some Retail Locations

Apple has slowed down on filling technical support or “Genius” roles at some of its retail stores, according to a report from Bloomberg. Employees at some locations have been informed that Genius positions will not be filled after the departures of people who previously filled those roles. Bloomberg cites reports from several retail workers, who […]

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