vivo X Fold3 Pro is actually getting Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, regular X Fold3 will have Gen 2

The vivo X Fold3 was expected to arrive as the first foldable with Snapdragon 8 Gen 3, according to a report from yesterday. Today, the leakster clarified the X Fold3 Pro is the phone that will get the new Qualcomm chip. A non-Pro variant, simply called X Fold3, will be powered by the previous generation […]

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Android Auto is getting new AI feature to summarize messages

During the launch of the Galaxy S24 series, Google announced an AI-powered feature for Android Auto that can summarize messages that you receive while driving and provide you with various options depending on the context of messages to perform various actions. This feature keeps you from taking your eyes off the road to read those […]

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Windows 11 is getting its own version of Android’s AI powered ‘Magic Eraser’ feature for photos

What you need to know Microsoft has announced that the Windows 11 Photos app is getting a new AI powered “Generative Eraser” feature. The feature will use AI to identify people and objects in the background of images, and let users remove them with a more realistic result. This follows Google’s special Magic Eraser mode, […]

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Elden Ring’s Shadow of the Erdtree DLC is finally getting a gameplay trailer, and it’s coming TOMORROW

What you need to know Elden Ring developer FromSoftware has announced that the first trailer for the game’s Shadow of the Erdtree DLC is premiering tomorrow morning. Specifically, the trailer is scheduled to go live on February 21, 2024 at 7:00 a.m. PT / 10:00 a.m. ET. I’ve embedded the link to its YouTube premiere […]

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Microsoft Edge is getting better and worse all at the same time — Here’s why

What you need to know Microsoft might add a new search bar next to the address bar in Edge to enhance the browsing experience for users. The addition might let people use different search engines on the address and search bar in the future, but the current setup uses the same search engine on both. […]

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One of my favorite PowerToys utilities is getting native support on Windows 11

What you need to know Microsoft is bringing a PowerToys utility to Windows 11 users. The accessibility feature lets users transform the cursor into a bigger and more colorful crosshair that’s easy to identify. It’s expected to ship as part of Microsoft’s next major version of Windows, Windows 11 version 24H2. PowerToys is a standalone app […]

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It’s easy to see why Apple Vision Pro users are getting rid of their headsets

Never mind the fact that mixed reality headsets have been around for a few years now, but if you’ve come across a diehard Apple fan in recent weeks, chances are you may have heard them talk about a revolutionary new Apple product that’s going to change our lives forever. They would have been talking about […]

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iPhone 16’s processor is getting a more powerful AI neural engine

2024 is all about generative AI features on smartphones and you can bet your bottom dollar that Apple will be jumping on the bandwagon as well when it finally unveils the iPhone 16 series later this year. Samsung has already taken the spotlight with the Galaxy S24’s Galaxy AI so Apple has no choice but […]

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More countries getting Galaxy A53 February update

Last week, Samsung released the latest security update for the Galaxy A53 in the USA. Now, the update is now out in Europe. The A53’s February update started rolling out earlier today and shouldn’t take long to become widely available in the region. The firmware version accompanying the update is A536BXXS8DXA1. It doesn’t bring any […]

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ChatGPT is getting a memory, will remember you and your chats

ChatGPT is getting a memory, thus remembering your previous chats in order to make future ones more helpful. This is currently in testing with “a small portion” of free and Plus users, rolling out this week. A broader rollout isn’t planned yet, but OpenAI promises it will share more soon. Memory is just that – […]

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Even heartbroken gamers are getting an anti-Valentine’s Day gift from Opera, what’s your excuse?

What you need to know Opera’s gamer-focused browser, Opera GX is getting an anti-Valentine’s Day browser extension. The HeartBlocker extension helps users curate an online experience that’s free from love-themed images and texts. It comes with two modes, Normal-Mode and Emo Mode. Valentine’s Day is upon us! Every year on February 14, people celebrate this […]

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Galaxy Tab S9 FE series is getting a temporary price cut

Samsung’s Fan Edition tablet series is getting a temporary price cut across the board, for both the standard and Plus models and all memory configurations. In short, Samsung is cutting $70 off its Galaxy Tab S9 FE and Galaxy Tab S9 FE+ tablets. The $70 discount is available for the Wi-Fi models and applies to […]

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Galaxy S23 starts getting February 2024 security update in the US

While Galaxy S24 users are anxiously waiting for the first update to hit their devices, Samsung has released the February 2024 security update to the Galaxy S23. The company has released the new security update to the Galaxy S23 series in the US, and it could expand its availability in other parts of the world […]

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Galaxy A53 starts getting the February 2024 update

Samsung started seeding the February 2024 security patch three days ago. So far, the company updated a handful of devices, including foldables, high-end Galaxy S phones, and Fan Edition models. Now, the February 2024 update is available for the Galaxy A53 5G. To be specific, the February 2024 firmware is rolling out for the carrier-bound […]

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Gmail for Android is getting chat-style UI for replying to emails

In November 2023, Google started testing a chat-style user interface for replying to emails in Gmail for Android. According to a new post from AssembleDebug on X/Twitter, the company has now started rolling out the redesigned UI to the public. The new UI is arriving with an update to the app that bumps the app’s […]

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Weekly poll: Realme 12 Pro and 12 Pro+ pre-bookings are almost over, who is getting one?

The Realme 12 Pro duo was announced earlier this week and the company is currently taking in pre-bookings with an ₹2,000 discount. The pre-booking period ends on February 5 (Monday), so let’s take a vote on who is buying one. Realme 12 Pro We will start with the Realme 12 Pro as this generation is […]

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The US Has Big Plans for Wind Energy—but an Obscure 1920s Law Is Getting in the Way

The reason for the Jones Act’s longevity, says Colin Grabow, a research fellow at the Cato Institute, a libertarian think tank, is that while it tends to benefit only a few people and businesses, the act goes unnoticed because there are many payers sharing the increased costs. The Jones Act is one in a string […]

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Windows 11 looks to be getting a key Linux tool added in the future

What you need to know Users of Linux and macOS may well be familiar with the sudo command, used regularly in the terminal, and it looks like Windows may finally be getting its own version.  Spotted in a preview build of Windows Server, a new option to enable sudo with three configurable options is present […]

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Cities Skylines 2 is getting a ‘final’ major bug fix patch, and here are the details

What you need to know Cities: Skylines 2 released in October 2023 to mixed reviews, due mostly in part to the game’s instability and glitches. Developers Colossal Order and publishers Paradox Interactive have released a slate of hotfixes to deal with the game’s more pressing issues. Cities: Skylines 2’s upcoming hotfix, Patch 1.0.19, will be […]

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Samsung’s upcoming mid-range phones show signs of getting announced

Now that Samsung has launched its flagship bar-shaped phones for the year, it is getting ready to introduce a bunch of mid-range smartphones. Before launching the Galaxy Z Flip 6 and the Galaxy Z Fold 6 in the second half of this year, Samsung will launch the Galaxy A35 and the Galaxy A55, and both […]

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