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Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S Won’t Include a Selfie Camera Notch, Official Teasers Hint

While it was previously rumoured that the Xiaomi Mi MIX 2S will come with a notch on the upper-right corner for a selfie camera, Xiaomi has now confirmed that the upcoming smartphone will not feature a front-facing camera on top – unlike many other Chinese offerings. The company on Monday released some teasers of the Mi MIX 2S that confirm the absence of the awkward notch. ... Read More »

Android P Won’t Come to Your Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, or Pixel C

Android P, which has just been launched as an initial preview for developers, is found to have dropped support for dated Google devices, including the Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P smartphones and the Pixel Ctablet. The Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, and Pixel C were launched in 2015 with Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The team led by Sunder Pichai has also left behind the Nexus Player while releasing the Developer Preview images for the ... Read More »

OnePlus 5T and Its Predecessors Won’t Support Google’s Project Treble

While speedier updates are what a large number of Android users demand nowadays, it appears OnePlus is not favouring Google’s Project Treble that will ship with Android Oreo to make the update process quicker – at least for its existing models, including the OnePlus 5T. The Chinese company confirmed the absence of Project Treble from its current portfolio through its forums on Tuesday. “We are ... Read More »

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Won’t Get a Display-Integrated Fingerprint Sensor: Report

If you might remember, Samsung was tipped to include an in-screen fingerprint scanner, or one embedded within the display itself, on its Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ flagship smartphones ahead of their launch earlier this year. While this didn’t turn out to be true, the company has reportedly ruled out including the feature on Galaxy Note 8 smartphone as well ... Read More »

Blocking social media won’t end distractions in schools

Going on social media shouldn’t have to be an after-school special. In Madison, Wisconsin, four schools opted into a pilot program to block up to 34 apps — the majority of which are social networks — from their classrooms and hallways. The new rules started on May 1, and will go on until the last day of school on June ... Read More »

You Won’t Believe How Easy it Is to Break the Samsung Galaxy Note 5

“The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is our easiest to break mobile device.” OK, so that’s not how the company is advertising the Note 5, except for maybe in the Bizzaro world. But Samsung is admitting its new product has a pretty serious design flaw. The Note 5’s stylus can be inserted into its silo in both directions, but one of those ... Read More »

No, Microsoft Won’t Be Upgrading the Xbox One

During Microsoft’s Xbox Spring Showcase, Xbox boss Phil Spencer made a few statements implying that the company is planning to have add-ons to the Xbox One akin to the Nintendo 64’s memory upgrade pack or peripherals like the Sega 32X. To many it seemed that the Xbox One’s hardware roadmap might mimic what you’d expect when you put together a ... Read More »

Crowdsourcing Bombshell: Jolla Won’t Have Enough Tablets for Investors

  “New Year’s Greetings: thanks for your money, but no Jolla tablet for you!” That is essentially the message in a New Year’s blog post by Jolla, the Helsinki, Finland-based company that raised $2.5 million in an Indiegogo campaign to fund development of a new computer tablet, the Jolla tablet. In a blog post entitled “New Year’s Greetings from Jolla!” ... Read More »