Here’s the Google Pixel 8a in all four colors

Google’s upcoming Pixel 8a just can’t stop leaking, it seems. Following a couple of purported live images showing it a few days ago, today a new leak arrives to show us all four colors that will be available. Google Pixel 8a in Obsidian These will be called Obsidian (black), Porcelain (white), Bay (blue), and Mint […]

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One UI 6.1: Find Circle to Search overrated? Here’s how to turn it off

As you may know by now, some of the AI features on the Galaxy S24 series are powered by Google. In fact, one of the features doesn’t even require a Samsung phone nor is it exclusive to Galaxy devices. It’s called Circle to Search, which can be used to do Google searches on anything that […]

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If you’re playing Balatro on Xbox — here’s why you should stop

What you need to know Balatro is about to get it’s first major update in patch 1.0.1c, with huge improvements to the game. The patch is available to play on Steam right now, but it’s worth waiting until it hits Xbox if you want to complete some of the games challenges. Improvements have been made […]

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Destiny 2’s huge free Into the Light update is live, here’s the roadmap and patch notes

What you need to know Following a gameplay showcase for Destiny 2’s upcoming The Final Shape expansion, developer Bungie has released a huge new Destiny 2 update called Into the Light. Into the Light is free-to-play, and includes a new wave defense PvE mode called Onslaught where players can earn 12 returning fan-favorite weapons (6 […]

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Here’s how a German Microsoft software engineer’s ‘curiosity and craftsmanship’ saved the world’s internet from the ‘most widespread and effective backdoor ever planted in any software product’

What you need to know Last week, a German Microsoft engineer uncovered a cyber attack that would have potentially allowed threat actors to access data from millions of unsuspecting users. The software engineer started investigating the issue after noticing sluggish processing power while using SSH to access computers remotely during routine checks.  Cybersecurity firms call […]

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The best action game of 2023 is 50% off right now — here’s why I love it, and why you will too

Gamers were blessed with tons of amazing new games last year, ranging from juggernauts like Baldur’s Gate 3 and The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom to wonderful fan-favorite indies like Jusant, Cocoon, and Lethal Company. One of my personal favorites, though, was Armored Core 6, which launched in August and is Elden Ring […]

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Here’s how Galaxy S24 Ultra’s Gorilla Glass Armor is made

Yes, the Galaxy S24 Ultra is filled up to the brim with features. It has the best-of-the-best processor, the highest-resolution camera, the unmatched S Pen, and plenty of AI-powered features. However, its most useful feature is its Gorilla Glass Armor protection. And Samsung has finally unveiled how it is made. Gorilla Glass Armor’s manufacturing process […]

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Helldivers 2 reveals new Democratic Detonation Warbond coming next week, here’s what’s in the battle pass

We recently rolled over into April, and that means it’s time for a new Helldivers 2 Warbond for players to unlock and progress through. Specifically, this month’s fresh battle pass is the Democratic Detonation Warbond, which has been officially announced in a new trailer that shows off all of its major goodies. It’s scheduled to […]

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Here’s Everything New in iOS 17.5 Beta 1 So Far

Apple this week made the first betas of iOS 17.5 and iPadOS 17.5 available to developers for testing. The upcoming software updates include only a few new user-facing features so far, but hidden code changes reveal some additional possibilities. Below, we have recapped everything new in the first iOS 17.5 and iPadOS 17.5 betas so […]

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Here’s how Samsung plans to improve Bixby with Generative AI

Even since its launch, Bixby has been lagging behind rival voice assistants Alexa, Google Assistant, and Siri. Generative AI and Large Language Models (LLMs) have recently seen a meteoric rise, and it has helped improve AI-powered chatbots like ChatGPT, Gemini, and Microsoft Copilot. However, Apple and Samsung haven’t implemented them into their voice assistants yet. […]

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Here’s what iOS 18’s rumored visionOS-like redesign might look like

iOS 18 will be announced by Apple on June 10 on the first day of its Worldwide Developers Conference. The next iteration of its mobile OS could see the most significant design changes in years – multiple recent rumors claimed there will be a lot of design inspiration from visionOS, the software that runs on […]

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Here’s how to hide navigation gesture bar in One UI 6.1

Samsung released the much-awaited One UI 6.1 update to millions of high-end phones yesterday. After installing the One UI 6.1 update on their phones, some users have had issues with the UI navigation system and some new limitations that Samsung has imposed. If you want to hide the UI navigation gesture bar on your phone […]

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Here’s the full One UI 6.1 update changelog with all features and improvements

Starting March 28, millions of Samsung customers will begin receiving One UI 6.1. This is the biggest update One UI has gotten in some time, with the One UI 6.1 update clocking in at 3GB or so, the same size as the Android 14 and One UI 6.0 update combined. The highlight here is Galaxy […]

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Here’s What Apple Retail’s New Machine to Update iPhones in the Box Looks Like

Apple retail stores are now receiving information about the company’s new system for wirelessly updating iPhone software prior to sale, iGen reports. Last week, Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman reported that the new proprietary system, called “Presto,” will begin operation across the U.S. in April. Gurman first reported on the wireless system in October, describing it as […]

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Are You Noise Sensitive? Here’s How to Tell

The sympathetic nervous system kicks in, boosting your heart rate, increasing your blood pressure, and triggering the body to produce inflammatory cells. Over time, these changes can lead to chronic inflammation, high blood pressure, and plaque buildup on your arterial walls. To complicate matters, when you begin to lose your ability to hear at a […]

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A built-in NFC reader is one of the only true ‘business’ features in the Surface Pro 10 for business — here’s how Yubico takes full advantage of it

What you need to know Microsoft recently announced the Surface Pro 10 for business, which features a built-in NFC reader. Yubico and Microsoft worked together to allow YubiKeys to fully take advantage of the NFC reader in the Surface Pro 10 for business. Surface Pro 10 users can use a YubiKey at Windows login to […]

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Dragon’s Dogma 2 is adding an easy way to start a new game soon, but you can delete your save now — here’s how

More Dragon’s Dogma 2 Currently, one of the biggest issues with Capcom’s long-awaited ARPG sequel Dragon’s Dogma 2 is that it doesn’t give its players an in-game option for deleting their save file and starting a new game. That means you’re stuck with the Arisen you make until you reach the point in the game […]

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Here’s when the Epic Games Store will come to Android

Epic Games has announced that it plans to bring the Epic Games Store (EPC) to Android and iOS later this year. As the name suggests, EGS will be an application marketplace offering games. While the developer didn’t say anything about it offering Fortnite, we expect the title to take center stage of EGS. In a […]

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Here’s what’s new with Android 15 Developer Preview 2

A month after releasing the first Developer Preview version of Android 15, Google has released the second Developer Preview version, bringing minor improvements. Here’s what’s new with this new version of Android: Android 15 Developer Preview 2 is now available for Pixel devices Android 15 Developer Preview 2 is now available for the Pixel 6 […]

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The next version of Microsoft Office is about to enter preview, here’s how it differs from Microsoft 365

What you need to know Microsoft just announced the preview of the next Office LTSC release, which is called Office LTSC 2024. Preview access for Office LTSC 2024 will begin in April 2024 and general availability will happen later this year. Office LTSC 2024 is the commercial-focused version of Office that grants organizations a perpetual […]

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