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Privacy, Please: Latest Gadgets Want Greater Peek into Lives

A model wears the Owlet Band pregnancy monitor at the Owlet booth at CES International, Jan. 9, 2019, in Las Vegas. The device can track fetal heart rate, kicks and contractions. LAS VEGAS —  The latest gadgets want even greater access to your lives. This week’s CES tech show in Las Vegas was a showcase for cameras that can livestream ... Read More »

AT&T will say you have “5G E” on your 4G phone because marketing trumps truth

Maybe you heard about AT&T’s new 5G network and thought “hey, 5 is more than 4 so it’s clearly better”, and then proceeded to anxiously wait to have 5G on your phone. Good news! It’s coming way sooner than you might have expected. Only it’s not actually 5G. Confused? That’s exactly where AT&T’s marketing department wants you. First off, let’s ... Read More »

Microsoft launches Surface Go in India

Microsoft India has finally launched the Surface Go tablet in the Indian market. The Surface Go is available in two variants; the 64GB model is priced at INR 37,999 ($530) while the 128GB model is priced at INR 49,999 ($698). The Surface Go is available exclusively on Flipkart for now. It will go on sale December 27 but you can ... Read More »

Microsoft Confirms Edge Is Switching to Chromium, and Coming to Windows 7, Windows 8 as Well as macOS

Microsoft has officially announced that it is bringing Chromium engine to Microsoft Edge. The open-source Web rendering engine is already available to the masses through Google’s Chrome browser. The Redmond-based giant also wants to become a “significant contributor” to the Chromium project. Alongside switching to Chromium engine, Microsoft has revealed that it is expanding its Edge to Apple’s macOS. A ... Read More »

Nokia 6.1 Plus Hide Notch option is coming back

The notch was introduced in September 2017 with the iPhone X, and since then it has been a polarizing topic about aesthetics and functionality. While some phones natively had a toggle to have a black bar on top, others were forced to stay with the cutout. The Nokia 6.1 Plus introduced the feature but was later removed by Google, since ... Read More »

The iPhone XR gets the iFixit treatment

iFixit is out with another teardown and unsurprisingly, it’s about the newly released “budget” iPhone XR. There’s a video going through the process of disassembling the handset and also a full step-by-step guide at the source link below. But you are probably here to see how easy it is to repair it if the screen gets damaged or the battery ... Read More »

Realme to release a Helio P70-powered phone soon

The Helio P70 has its first customer – Realme has reportedly picked the new AI-focused chipset for upcoming models. The original (launched just a few months ago) used the Helio P60. The P70 adds 100MHz to the clock speeds of the four big Cortex-A73 cores and also the Mali-G72 MP3 GPU. It also claims 10-30% faster AI performance and improved ... Read More »

Razer Phone 2 gets scratched, bent and burnt, lives to tell the tale

In his latest durability test, Zack from JerryRigEverything gives the Razer Phone 2 the scratch, burn and bend test and the blocky phone passed without losing its structural integrity. There wasn’t anything surprising in the video. The screen scratched like all other Gorilla Glass screens out there – at a level 6. The razor revealed the Razer Phone 2’s silver ... Read More »

Honor Magic 2 official images show the slider, gradient back, and black box

The Honor Magic 2 will be announced on October 31. This all-screen smartphone with a slider has been leaking a lot in recent days and weeks, but not only that – the Huawei sub-brand itself has been posting quite a few teasers already. Today it’s gone ahead and outed a slew of new official images of the device through its ... Read More »

Microsoft to Buy Fallout New Vegas Developer Obsidian: Report

Microsoft is close to acquiring Obsidian Entertainment according to a recent report. Obsidian is responsible for a string of critically acclaimed games such as Fallout New Vegas, Knights of the Old Republic 2, and Alpha Protocol. This marks yet another game studio purchase for Microsoft following its shopping spree earlier in the year that saw it buy Ninja Theory, Playground Games, Compulsion Games, ... Read More »