Poco X5 has all of its specs leaked, won’t be launched in India

Yesterday Poco India officially announced that the Poco X5 Pro will be launching in the country on February 6. Missing from that reveal was any mention of the non-Pro Poco X5, and according to a new leak today, that’s for good reason. It turns out that the Poco X5 won’t be launching in India alongside […]

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Samsung won’t cut investments despite massive profit drop in Q4 2022

Earlier today, Samsung announced its earnings for Q4 2022 and FY 2022, which revealed a profit nosedive of 69% compared to Q4 2021. Its semiconductor chip and smartphone divisions are usually the company’s cash cows, but even those segments performed poorly during the fourth quarter of 2022. However, the South Korean firm has no plans […]

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Windows Package Manager is so good I won’t use anything else now

Installing software on Windows has never been tough because you can do it from literally anywhere on the web. But at the same time, it’s messy enough having to trawl countless websites to get what you want. The Microsoft Store does a great job these days, but so too does Windows Package Manager.  The latter […]

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Galaxy S23 series won’t bring back old and beloved audio feature

Although Samsung removed the 3.5mm headphone port from its high-end phones a few good years ago, this standard has remained in use for some of the company’s low-cost Galaxy models. So, if you’ve been using a Samsung flagship phone released in mid-2019 or later, you probably already understand that the upcoming Galaxy S23 series will […]

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Google Smart Unlock won’t be replaced by Wear OS Watch Unlock

Android comes with many handy features, one of which is Smart Unlock. It allows you to keep your smartphone unlocked when you have connected it to a Bluetooth accessory and have it with you at a trusted location. The security of the Smart Unlock comes into question when you use it with a smartwatch, as […]

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Why won’t my AirPods charge?

If you’re reading this article, we’re going to go out on a limb and say you’re probably pretty frustrated with your AirPods at the moment. When earbuds like Apple’s AirPods or AirPods Pro aren’t charging, it can be a bit complicated to get everything back into working order. Not to fear though! With a little […]

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Mental Health Apps Won’t Get You Off the Couch

“Everyone’s so gung ho about therapy these days. I’ve been curious myself, but I’m not ready to commit to paying for it. A mental health app seems like it could be a decent stepping stone. But are they actually helpful?” —Mindful Skeptic Dear Mindful, The first time you open Headspace, one of the most popular […]

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New leaked specs suggest the Galaxy A24 won’t be downgraded after all

A more complete and seemingly accurate list of Galaxy A24 specifications has emerged, and thankfully, it doesn’t seem like the low-cost Galaxy A device will suffer the downgrades rumored before. The first alleged leak concerning Galaxy A24 specifications landed a few months ago, and we were rather suspicious about it, as many things didn’t seem […]

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Samsung has dealt with Huawei, OnePlus 11 won’t bother it much

There was a time that Samsung’s utter dominance of the global smartphone market appeared to be under threat. Huawei was catching up quite quickly. Many analysts projected that the company would overtake Samsung to become the leading smartphone vendor in a few years. Huawei was pumping out devices that beat Samsung flagships, on paper at […]

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OnePlus 11 breaks pre-sales records in China, OnePlus 11 Pro won’t exist

The OnePlus 11 got official for the Chinese market less than 24 hours ago, ahead of its global introduction next month. And it seems like it’s already incredibly successful, more so in fact than any previous OnePlus device before it. According to OnePlus China President Li Jie, the OnePlus 11 broke pre-sales records for the […]

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iPad Won’t Unlock With Touch ID When Charging: How to Fix

In recent years, Apple has phased out the home button on its iPad. As is the case with the newer iPhones, you can use Face ID to unlock your device. But what should you do if you use an iPad with the home button and you can’t unlock it when charging? Related Reading: Sometimes, you […]

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‘iPhone 15 Ultra’ Won’t Be Exclusively Assembled by Foxconn

Apple has enlisted Luxshare to assemble the iPhone 15 Pro Max alongside Foxconn next year, according to Taiwanese research firm TrendForce. It’s unclear what percentage of orders Luxshare will fulfill, but the move will help to reduce Apple’s risks of relying on a single manufacturer following workplace issues at Foxconn in recent months. Rumors suggest […]

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Samsung Galaxy A74 reportedly won’t exist, A7x series ended

For quite a while now Samsung’s best selling smartphone series has been the A5x. But up until now, it wasn’t the top dog of the A series, that honor reserved to the A7x. Well, according to a new rumor, that’s all set to change next year, as there will be no A7x device no more. […]

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Google won’t make a competitor to Microsoft Azure-powered ChatGPT, at least for now

What you need to know Google’s head of AI, Jeff Dean, recently discussed ChatGPT and AI chatbots with employees of the tech giant. Dean explained that Google has similar capabilities to ChatGPT but has taken a more conservative approach due to the “reputational risk” that could occur if things went wrong. Chatbots powered by AI […]

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For me, the Galaxy S23 series won’t really be that exciting

One of the biggest challenges facing the smartphone industry today is the lack of innovation. As smartphones have become more advanced, there have been fewer and fewer significant differences between models from different manufacturers. This means that for many people, upgrading to a new smartphone isn’t as exciting as it used to be. The Galaxy […]

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Apple Car Project Scaled Back and Delayed, Won’t Feature Full Self-Driving Capabilities

Apple has scaled back its Apple Car project and the company no longer plans to release a fully self-driving vehicle, reports Bloomberg. Apple wanted to create a self-driving car without a steering wheel or pedals, but has decided that such a plan is not feasible at the current time. The vehicle will have guided driving […]

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Samsung won’t be buying OLED panels from China’s BOE this year

Samsung has been buying OLED and LCD panels from China’s BOE for a few years now. These panels are used in smartphones and TVs. However, it looks like the company won’t be buying display panels from BOE next year. According to a list obtained by TheElec, Samsung has removed BOE from its official suppliers’ list, […]

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NVIDIA and Microsoft team up to build an AI cloud computer that probably won’t become Skynet

What could possibly go wrong!? Well, probably nothing really (maybe?) Today, Microsoft and NVIDIA announced (opens in new tab) a multi-year partnership to develop a new type of AI cloud computer for Azure customers, powered by NVIDIA GPU tech. Leveraging “tens of thousands” of NVIDIA GPUs, Quantum-2 InfiniBand networking at 400 Gb/s, and NVIDIA’s nascent […]

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Android Promoters Won’t Get Caught Tweeting From iPhone Anymore With Upcoming Twitter Changes

Twitter CEO Elon Musk plans to eliminate a Twitter feature that provides details on what device a tweet was sent from, information that has gotten Android promoters in hot water multiple times over the past several years. Musk said in a tweet this morning that Twitter will be eliminating the line that says “Twitter for […]

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Protest Is Risky at Egypt’s COP27. That Won’t Stop Activists

But an altercation that followed the event exemplified the resistance human rights activists face: According to a Washington Post report, Egyptian lawmaker Amr Darwish stood up and yelled at Seif. “You are here summoning foreign countries to pressure Egypt.” He continued berating her until UN security escorted him out, the paper reported. Activist organizations in […]

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