LG Reportedly Building Production Line for MicroLED Apple Watch

LG is constructing a small production line to supply Apple with microLED displays destined for a future Apple Watch model, according to display analyst Ross Young. In a tweet, Young explained that the LG production line will supply microLED backplanes and assemble displays for the Apple Watch. The facility is said to open in the […]

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Surface Duo 2 runs out of stock, but Microsoft says it’s still committed to the line

What you need to know Surface Duo 2 is out of stock in several markets, and has been for weeks. Microsoft says it’s aware of the issue, but won’t confirm if production has ceased. The company has reaffirmed its commitment to the Surface Duo line. Surface Duo 2 is running out of stock worldwide, and […]

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CES 2023: Philips Hue Line Gains New Outdoor Bulbs, Sync TV App Comes to Samsung TVs

Philips Hue parent company Signify today announced that it is introducing a paid Philips Hue Sync TV app for Samsung TVs. The partnership will allow those with Samsung smart TVs to link their Hue bulbs and lighting products to their televisions, so the bulbs can change colors based on what’s on the screen. Syncing lights […]

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Galaxy S21 is the next in line to get January 2023 security update

Yesterday, Samsung released the 2023’s first security update to the Galaxy Note 10 series. Now, the company has started rolling out the January 2023 security update to the Galaxy S21 series in some European countries. The latest software update for the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra bumps up the firmware version of […]

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Samsung is bringing Bespoke Infinite Line refrigerators to more countries this year

Alongside its Bespoke 4-Door Flex Refrigerator with Family Hub+, Bespoke Side-By-Side and Top-Mount Refrigerators, and Bespoke AI Oven, Samsung has announced that it will bring its Bespoke Infinite Line refrigerators to more countries this year. The company unveiled its Bespoke Infinite series for the European market four months ago. These sleek-looking refrigerators will be launched […]

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Verizon Discounts ‘Welcome Unlimited’ Plan by $5 Per Line With Three-Year Price Guarantee

Verizon today announced a new discount for its “Welcome Unlimited” plan, which will see the price drop by $5 per line for unlimited text, talk, and 5G data for those who are new to the Verizon network. Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with Verizon. When you click a link and make a purchase, we […]

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Philips Hue Line Gains New ‘Festavia’ String Lights

Lighting company Signify today announced new Festavia string lights that are being added to the Philips Hue lineup ahead of the holidays. The Philips Hue Festavia string lights include 250 mini smart LEDs on a 20-meter cord, which can be used on a Christmas tree, stairway, mantel, and more. As with other Hue products, the […]

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OnePlus is dropping the “Pro” from its flagship line, 11 Pro becomes 11

According to two separate and reliable tipsters, OnePlus is planning to drop the “Pro” from its next flagship series. This in turn means that the upcoming top-shelf phone from the company will be called OnePlus 11. If the information turns out to be true, one would assume that OnePlus is also looking into the option […]

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Sony announces FX30 Cinema Line camera for $1800

Sony today announced the cheapest member of its FX Cinema Line of cameras. The FX30 takes the existing FX3 camera and swaps the full-frame sensor with a smaller APS-C version. The FX30 features a new back-illuminated 20.1 megapixel APS-C EXMOR R CMOS sensor in the popular Super 35 format. The sensor has a dual base […]

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Realme unveils international roadmap for Android 13, GT2 Pro is first in line

Realme already shared its plans for Android 13/Realme UI 4.0 updates in China, and today Madhav Sheth, President of Realme International, revealed the roadmap for the global audience. First in line is the Realme GT2 Pro, as it is already gathering users for Early Access, and by the end of the month it will be […]

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Samsung begins chip production at its mega manufacturing line in South Korea

Samsung has started a new chip manufacturing production line, called the P3, at its 2.9 million square meter campus in Pyeongtaek, South Korea. This facility is, by far, the largest chip manufacturing unit ever built by Samsung. According to Yonhap News, the P3 production line is equipped with ASML’s extreme ultraviolet (EUV) lithography machines, which […]

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It’s almost time for Samsung to release a cheaper Galaxy Z Fold line

It’s been three years since Samsung released the original Galaxy Fold, and looking back at the previous models, it’s evident that the series evolved quite a lot in a relatively short time. The new Galaxy Z Fold 4 is better and cheaper than the original model at launch, which is what we all wanted. However, […]

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Philips Hue Line Gains New ‘Lightguide’ Bulbs

The Philips Hue line of HomeKit-connected smart lights is today gaining three fresh bulb styles in a new “Lightguide” line that’s meant to complement contemporary home decor. Available in three shapes that include large globe, ellipse, and triangular, the Lightguide bulbs have an inner tube that offers diffuse light in white or one of sixteen […]

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Microsoft to merge Surface Pro X and Surface Pro 9 under one product line this fall

Microsoft is planning to merge its Surface Pro X and Surface Pro “9” under the same product line later this year in an effort to help normalize its Windows on ARM offerings. According to my sources, the company will offer the Surface Pro 9 in both ARM and Intel configurations, with the ARM variant being […]

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Microsoft to merge Surface Pro X ARM and Surface Pro 9 Intel versions under one product line

Microsoft is planning to merge its Surface Pro X and Surface Pro “9” under the same product line later this year in the fall in an effort to help normalize its Windows on ARM offerings. According to my sources, the company will offer the Surface Pro 9 in both ARM and Intel configurations, with the […]

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Take $50 off Thrustmaster’s T248X racing wheel before this sale crosses the finish line

You can get the Thrustmaster T248X racing wheel on sale for just $349.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab) right now, and that’s a great deal considering it rarely drops from that $400 MSRP. In fact, it has only dropped from its regular price twice in its lifetime.  This deal is actually just a price […]

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T-Mobile offering Motorola Edge (2022) for free with new line

]Following soon after the announcement of the Motorola Edge (2022) T-Mobile is announcing its deals for the new mid-range smartphone. T-Mobile customers (new and existing) will be able to get the new Moto device for free when adding a qualifying line. Eligibility is not explicitly outlined on T-Mobile’s website. The Motorola Edge (2022) comes powered […]

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Microsoft Hardwear clothing line draws criticism for high prices

What you need to know Microsoft recently launched a line of “hardwear” clothing inspired by Windows. You can order t-shirts, hats, jackets, and even “tech pants” through the online Xbox gear shop. The articles of clothing are rather expensive, with baseball hats costing $45 and t-shirts coming in at $60. In what is essentially the […]

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Philips Hue Line Gains New HomeKit-Compatible Lights and Accessories

Philips Hue manufacturer Signify today announced the launch of several new HomeKit-enabled lights and a new smart switch. Some of the new lights are available starting today, while others will launch later this summer. The new Philips Hue Go portable table lamp is battery powered and can be used either indoors or outdoors. The lamp, […]

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Google has a new line of Pixel devices and Samsung has nothing to worry about

Google had a lot to unveil at I/O 2022, from search engine updates and new APIs to an expanded series of Pixel devices. The Pixel lineup now includes a Pixel smartwatch, the Pixel Buds Pro earbuds, two Pixel 7 smartphones, and a Pixel tablet, the latter of which will be released next year. Google I/O […]

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