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How to watch the Nothing Ear 1 earbuds event live

The day is here. Carl Pei’s first solo venture, Nothing, is ready to show off its first product with the Nothing ear (1) headphones. These have been teased and leaked mercilessly, and now we’ll learn everything there is to know about the earbuds. People are going insane for Nothing’s new earbuds Leading up to now, …
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Samsung’s Unpacked event won’t see the release of the Galaxy S21 FE

While much of the focus surrounding Samsung’s Unpacked event has to do with the two rumored foldable phones, some rumors suggested that the Galaxy S21 FE could make its debut. However, a new report claims that the Galaxy S21 FE will not be making an appearance at the Unpacked event.According to LetsGoDigital, the report claims that it …
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Xiaomi announces global launch of Redmi Buds 3 Pro and other AIoT devices

As we all know, Xiaomi creates a myriad of products across a slew of different categories. By introducing products in these different categories, it allows Xiaomi to cast a wide net when it comes to the Mi ecosystem. Today, the company has announced a few new lineups of products that are being launched globally. These …
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How to Download Youtube Video on Computer and Android

Want to download YouTube videos so you can watch it offline? Or maybe you want to download it and save it in case it ever gets deleted. Whatever the case is, VideoProc’s here to help where the software can help you download your favorite YouTube videos quickly and easily.
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OxygenOS Open Beta brings July security patch to the OnePlus 8 and 8T

Better late than never, right? OnePlus is bringing the July Android Security Patch to the OnePlus 8, 8 Pro, and 8T with the latest OxygenOS Open Beta (via XDA Developers). For the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro, this comes via the OxygenOS Open Beta 12, while the 8T is seeing it via OxygenOS Open Beta …
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How to add wireless charging to the Poco X3 Pro

The Poco X3 Pro smartphone is an affordable smartphone, but the problem with cheap phones is that sometimes certain corners and features have to be cut in order to bring the price down, and one of those features is wireless charging.