Andrew

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Google starts rolling out ‘Chat Preview’ for Hangouts users

Feb 25th - RIP Hangouts, we hardly knew ye. The transition for users from Hangouts to Google Chat has seemed to start happening for some users, including Ars Technica‘s Ron Amadeo. Amadeo received a new “Hangouts Preview” message when using the app, which provides access to “a new experience and features not found in Hangouts”. It seems that there …

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Save almost $100 and get the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite for your Android tablet needs

Feb 24th - It’s no secret that other than Samsung and Amazon, the Android tablet is pretty much a mess and should likely be avoided. So when one of Samsung’s tablets goes on sale, it’s good to consider these, especially when you find a deal on something like the Galaxy Tab S6 Lite.It’s true that the Tab S6 …

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ZTE unveils improved under-display selfie camera

Feb 24th - If you ask me, I wouldn’t have traded away notches for these hole-punch cameras, but it seems that we are nearing the demise of those as well. There have been a few companies working on all-new cameras that rest under the display without adding any eyesores, and that includes ZTE.ZTE’s Axon 20 5G was the …

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Nothing brings in Teenage Engineering for its product design

Feb 24th - It seems that Carl Pei is just getting started with his new venture. The company has been piling on backing from different brands, people, and companies, along with picking up the remains of what was Essential. After confirming that Nothing’s first product would be some headphones, it’s entirely possible that Carl Pei has Nothing’s eyes …

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Now’s the best time to see if the Galaxy Z Fold 2 is right for you

Feb 23rd - In most cases, whenever you purchase a new phone, you’re limited to a 14-day (or 2-week) return policy. That doesn’t really give everyone the most amount of time to determine if a phone is for them. That could leave you with buyer’s remorse, and that’s not a great experience for anyone.Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 …

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6 Best ExpressVPN alternatives

Feb 23rd - In a world where more and more of our information ends up on the internet in some form or fashion, it’s of utmost importance to do everything we can to keep everything private. VPN’s, or Virtual Private Networks, are the easiest way of doing this, as they can be installed on your Android phones, tablets, …

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Google taps Samsung to make a foldable display for a future Pixel

Feb 23rd - 2020 was definitely not the kindest of years for Google’s release schedule, along with everyone else’s for that matter. It’s already been rumored that the Pixel 4a was originally intended to launch at Google I/O, but after the event was canceled, that threw a wrench in Google’s plans. Then there was a rumored debacle as …

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Disney+ ‘Star’ is Hulu for international markets and for grown-ups

Feb 23rd - Earlier today, Disney+ announced a new section of its streaming services called Star. This is only available in select European markets and aims to bring more adult content to the platform. You can think of this as Hulu for those who live in Europe, Canada, and New Zealand.While Disney+ has amassed quite the subscriber count, …

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OPPO unveils plans to bring its VOOC charging to the masses

Feb 23rd - While our smartphone batteries have remained largely the same in terms of capacity, there is one way that it has completely changed. Smartphone makers have been doing everything that they can to make it possible to charge our phones faster and faster.One company that is leading the way is OPPO, who also makes some of …

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When Android 12 is coming to your phone

Feb 22nd - There are quite a lot of new features that are hidden away in Android 12, which is what we have come to expect. Google has just released the first developer preview, and there are some changes enabled by default, and others that aren’t as obvious.What’s new in Android 12As is the case with every major …

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Samsung promises four years of security updates for its smartphones

Feb 22nd - One of the biggest complaints when it comes to Android smartphones comes down to software support. We’ve seen phone makers go back and forth from offering two software updates up to four, and even just one major software release (looking at you OnePlus and Motorola). However, Google and Samsung seem to be working on getting …

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LG pumps the breaks on the launch of its rollable phone

Feb 22nd - It has been quite an up-and-down battle for LG over the past few years, with many more down years than up. The company continues to struggle in the smartphone market, as Samsung and even OnePlus continue to push the envelope and attract more customers. With the battle for the flagship smartphone practically decided every year, …

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DxOMark spills the beans on the ROG Phone 5 ahead of its launch

Feb 22nd - Mobile gaming is continuing to grow on a daily basis with new games entering the mix, and cloud gaming starting to get some wind under its wings. While many mobile games are capable of being run on most smartphones, there’s no fun in that when it comes to finding the right hardware. That has made …