One UI 5.1 brings several improvements to Samsung’s Gallery app

With the announcement of the Galaxy S23 series, Samsung officially unveiled One UI 5.1. It is a minor upgrade over One UI 5.0 and is still based on Android 13. However, it brings some useful new additions to Samsung’s stock Gallery app, among other things. These features were explained in the Samsung Members community forum […]

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Apple Increases HomePod Mini Price in Several European Countries

Following its new HomePod announcement on Wednesday, Apple has quietly bumped up the price of its HomePod mini in several European countries. In the European Union, Apple has added €10 to the original €99 price in Austria, Ireland, France, Germany, Italy, and Spain. The price increase was spotted in France by iGeneration. The EU price […]

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iOS 16.3 is launching next week with several fixes

Apple’s new iOS 16.3 software update will bring key fixes once it arrives next week. It will remove the horizontal lines appearing temporarily on the screen and fix the lock screen and its widget. It will also have support for the new 2nd-gen HomePod and physical security keys. Apple identified the horizontal lines on some […]

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US Army says ‘no thanks’ to buying more HoloLens devices this year, demands several hardware improvements first

What you need to know A new report from Bloomberg says the US Army isn’t happy with the military-grade version of HoloLens. It has requested a new version with improvements that address complaits around discomfort. The US Army is refusing to purchase more headsets until this new version is complete. A new report from Bloomberg […]

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Apple Watch found guilty of infringing several patents, import could be suspended

Apple and the medical tech company, Masimo, have a long history, but more recently, the latter made a claim in 2020 seeking damages for patent infringement. Today, the court found Apple guilty and the United States International Trade Commission will consider banning the import of Apple Watches Series 6 and above. Right before the release […]

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Apple Scores Win in AliveCor Legal Battle With USPTO Invalidating Several Patents

The United States Patent and Trademark Office’s Patent Trial and Appeal Board today invalidated a trio of AliveCor patents that AliveCor used in a complaint with the International Trade Commission, which is a win for Apple. The patents all related to heart rate monitoring technology used in AliveCor products. AliveCor in April 2021 filed a […]

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Surprise new Halo Infinite December Update adds Custom Games Browser, several cross-core coatings

What you need to know Halo Infinite has received a surprise December Update that adds a good amount of new content to the game while also improving some of its core issues. The new update adds the Custom Games Browser feature and makes all existing armor cores free and available to all players, while also […]

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Apple Begins Selling Several New Multi-Device MagSafe Charging Stands From OtterBox and Zens

Apple today started selling several new multi-device charging accessories from OtterBox and Zens for the iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and AirPods. The accessories are currently available for shipping in early to mid-December. OtterBox’s new 2-in-1 power banks OtterBox’s new 2-in-1 power bank with MagSafe can wirelessly charge an iPhone at up to 15W speeds and […]

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Nothing Phone (1) gets Nothing OS 1.1.7 update with several improvements, better AirPods support

Nothing founder Carl Pei teased Android 13-based Nothing OS 1.5.0 for the Nothing Phone (1) a few days ago but didn’t reveal any time frame for the stable update’s rollout. However, Nothing has released a new software update (Nothing OS 1.1.7) for its first smartphone with some improvements, bug fixes, and better AirPods support. The […]

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Early Galaxy A54 renders reveal several flagship-like design features

Samsung’s Galaxy A5x lineup is still going strong, so you can be almost sure that the company is planning to release a sequel to the Galaxy A53, predictably called “Galaxy A54,” next year. A few bits of information have emerged here and there, but Galaxy A54 renders based on alleged official dimensions have now popped […]

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Google Pixel renders, price, release date, and several specs have leaked

The first foldable phone by Google is real! It’s not out yet but exists inside Google’s development labs, and the first official renders of the so-called Pixel Fold have just leaked. With them come a few pieces of information regarding specifications, availability, and price. The Pixel Fold, developed by Google, will reportedly hit the market […]

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Spotify Launching Redesigned Apple Watch App With Several Improvements

Spotify today announced it is rolling out a redesigned Apple Watch app with a “new and improved listening experience” that allows users to more easily browse music and podcasts in “Your Library” and more quickly download music for offline playback. In a blog post, Spotify said the new design includes larger artwork, new animations, the […]

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Apple to Mark Several iMac Models as Obsolete Later This Month

Tuesday November 1, 2022 2:06 am PDT by Sami Fathi Apple plans to mark several 2013 and 2014 iMac models as obsolete at the end of this month, the company said in a memo obtained by MacRumors. In the memo, Apple said the 21.5-inch and 27-inch ‌iMac‌ from Late 2013, the Mid 2014 21.5-inch ‌iMac‌, […]

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iOS 16.2 Expected to Launch in Mid-December With Several New Features

iOS 16.2, the next major update to the iOS 16 operating system, can be expected to launch in mid-December alongside iPadOS 16.2, reliable Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman said today in his Power on newsletter outlining expectations for the remainder of 2022. The first beta of iOS 16.2 and iPadOS 16.2 was released for developers and […]

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iOS 16.1 Includes Several Improvements to SKAdNetwork for Advertisers

Apple today announced that a new version of its privacy-preserving SKAdNetwork framework is now available in iOS 16.1 and iPadOS 16.1. SKAdNetwork enables advertisers to measure the success of ads by attributing app installations to specific ad campaigns — in other words, it allows advertisers to know how successful an ad is at getting users […]

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New iPad Lacks Several Display Features of iPad Air

Wednesday October 19, 2022 12:07 am PDT by Sami Fathi The new entry-level iPad display lacks the anti-reflective coating that helps minimize glare in light, and it only supports sRGB colors, not the industry-wide standard P3 wide color. On its website, Apple lists the new entry-level ‌iPad‌ with the same Liquid Retina display as the […]

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Overwatch 2 servers to go down several times for maintenance

What you need to know Blizzard has announced its plan to take Overwatch 2’s servers offline several times for important server maintenance and the implementation of technical fixes. Specifically, the game will be unavailable to play for approximately one hour at 3 p.m. PT / 6 p.m. ET, and the servers will go offline again […]

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Stage Manager Still Has Several Issues as iPadOS 16 Nears Release

Apple is set to release iPadOS 16 to the public this month, yet users continue to face several issues with the new Stage Manager feature. In the latest iPadOS 16 beta seeded earlier this week, developer Steve Troughton-Smith and MacStories editor-in-chief Federico Viticci highlighted various user interface issues they continue to face from time to […]

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Android app support on Windows 11 now rolling out in several markets

Microsoft has confirmed that it is now rolling out Android app support to Windows 11 users in 21 more countries. Starting Tuesday, WSA (Windows Subsystem for Android) became available for all Windows 11 users to download to enable Android app support. Thanks to this update, more users can take advantage of a limited selection of […]

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Razer Launches Kishi V2 Game Controller for iPhone With Several Improvements

Razer today announced the launch of its new Kishi V2 game controller for the iPhone with several improvements over the original controller. Key new features of the Kishi V2 include a more “ergonomic” design, “console-quality controls” with improved responsiveness for the A/B/X/Y buttons and d-pad, two programmable multifunction buttons (L4/R4), and an “extendable bridge” for […]

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