Galaxy S23/S23+ vs S24/S24+: So many new good things

Samsung’s yearly upgrade for the Galaxy S series is official. The tech giant announced the Galaxy S24 series at Unpacked in San Jose, and with official information in tow and some hands-on time under our belt, we can now compare the 2024 flagship with the Galaxy S23 released a year ago. As is tradition by […]

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Galaxy S23/S23+ vs S24/S24+: So many new good things

Samsung’s yearly upgrade for the Galaxy S series is official. The tech giant announced the Galaxy S24 series at Unpacked in San Jose, and with official information in tow and some hands-on time under our belt, we can now compare the 2024 flagship with the Galaxy S23 released a year ago. As is tradition by […]

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Galaxy S23/S23+ vs S24/S24+: So many new good things

Samsung’s yearly upgrade for the Galaxy S series is official. The tech giant announced the Galaxy S24 series at Unpacked in San Jose, and with official information in tow and some hands-on time under our belt, we can now compare the 2024 flagship with the Galaxy S23 released a year ago. As is tradition by […]

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Galaxy S23/S23+ vs S24/S24+: So many new good things

Samsung’s yearly upgrade for the Galaxy S series is official. The tech giant announced the Galaxy S24 series at Unpacked in San Jose, and with official information in tow and some hands-on time under our belt, we can now compare the 2024 flagship with the Galaxy S23 released a year ago. As is tradition by […]

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Galaxy S23/S23+ vs S24/S24+: So many new good things

Samsung’s yearly upgrade for the Galaxy S series is official. The tech giant announced the Galaxy S24 series at Unpacked in San Jose, and with official information in tow and some hands-on time under our belt, we can now compare the 2024 flagship with the Galaxy S23 released a year ago. As is tradition by […]

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Galaxy S23/S23+ vs S24/S24+: So many new good things

Samsung’s yearly upgrade for the Galaxy S series is official. The tech giant announced the Galaxy S24 series at Unpacked in San Jose, and with official information in tow and some hands-on time under our belt, we can now compare the 2024 flagship with the Galaxy S23 released a year ago. As is tradition by […]

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Apple Clarifies How Many Items Can Be Tracked in Find My

Apple today confirmed that up to 32 items can be added to the Find My app on the iPhone and iPad, up from a previous limit of 16. Apple revealed this information in a support document updated today: You can add up to 32 items in Find My. In addition to AirTag and the third-party […]

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Massive bug prevents Google Play system updates on many Galaxy phones

While Samsung is now updating numerous Galaxy phones to One UI 6.0 without issues, Google Play system updates are broken for many devices. A bug is preventing new Google Play system updates from reaching various Galaxy phones, including the S20, S22, S23, Z Fold 5, A33, and possibly others. New Google Play system versions are […]

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Sonos Black Friday Sale Has Year’s Best Prices on Arc Soundbar, Roam Speaker, and Many More

Sonos is offering up to 20 percent off select home theater products and up to 25 percent off portable speakers for Black Friday today, representing the year’s best prices on many of the company’s most popular audio products. Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with Sonos. When you click a link and make a purchase, […]

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The many ways to save cash when you buy a Galaxy Z Flip 5 for Black Friday

The Galaxy Z Flip 5 is one of the most exciting smartphones of 2023, not just from Samsung but all other OEMs. The Flip 5 brought people the closest they’ve ever been to a redefined smartphone experience, partly because of its folder-shaped cover screen and accompanying widgets, partly because of the flip phone design. This […]

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How Many Microbes Does It Take to Make You Sick?

The original version of this story appeared in Quanta Magazine. For a pathogen to make us sick, it must overcome a lot. First it has to enter the body, bypassing natural barriers such as skin, mucus, cilia, and stomach acid. Then it needs to reproduce; some bacteria and parasites can do this virtually anywhere in […]

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Latest Steam Deck update brings many new features

Valve is rolling out SteamOS 3.5.5 to the Steam Deck LCD and the Steam Deck OLED. The new over-the-air (OTA) software update for the two handheld gaming devices brings new features, performance improvements, and bug fixes. New display settings Starting with new features, Valve has added two new options in display settings: Adjust Colour Vibrance […]

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‘There were so many really interesting stories to tell’ in Remnant 2: The Awakened King, beyond the PvE balancing and new content

Remnant 2 is one of the best games I’ve played this year. Cleverly taking the Soulslike genre in a unique direction that features guns, Gunfire Games has added to the world of Remnant 2 by releasing its first DLC, The Awakened King. Gearbox and Gunfire contacted me to set up an interview and live demo, […]

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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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Galaxy S22 third One UI 6 beta delayed, but will fix many bugs

Samsung has delayed the third One UI 6 (Android 14) beta update for the Galaxy S22, Galaxy S22+, and Galaxy S22 Ultra. Samsung has been running the One UI 6 beta program for its devices for some time now, but its progress with individual devices has been pretty varied. The beta program for the Galaxy […]

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Apple’s Vision Pro Developer Labs Not Drawing Many Attendees

Apple in July began inviting developers to Vision Pro-focused developer labs in cities that include Cupertino, London, Munich, Shanghai, Singapore, and Tokyo, but so far, developers don’t appear to be expressing a lot of interest in attending. According to Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman, the developer labs have been “under-filled with small amounts of developers.” One issue […]

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Samsung launches 89-inch Micro LED TV in South Korea that many of us can’t afford

Earlier this year, Samsung unveiled its new MicroLED panel, ranging in size from 50 inches to 140 inches. A few months ago, the company launched its 89-inch Micro LED TV in China. Now, Samsung has launched the same 89-inch Micro LED TV in South Korea. The 89-inch Micro LED TV from Samsung carries model number […]

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Nothing Phone (2)’s first update brings many camera improvements

The Nothing Phone (2) has been finally unveiled earlier this week, and it’s only expected to go on sale online on Monday. Before that, some people have been able to purchase one at various pop-up stores across the globe. These people will be happy to know that the phone has today received its first ever […]

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 gets One UI 5.1.1 beta with many new features

Samsung has started a beta program for the Galaxy Z Fold4‘s upcoming One UI 5.1.1 release in South Korea today, and apparently the first beta build has already arrived for those who signed up. Despite what the minor increment might imply, One UI 5.1.1 actually beings a lot of new features to the foldable smartphone. […]

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Apple Hikes iCloud+ Subscription Prices in Many Countries Around the World

Apple has increased the price of iCloud storage in several regions around the world, including the United Kingdom, Scandinavia, Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and South America. Every Apple ID receives 5GB of free cloud storage, but users can upgrade to a paid ‌iCloud‌+ storage subscription plan to get 50GB, 200GB, or 2TB of storage. […]

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