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The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 4’s camera upgrade could possibly be more significant than we first thought.
On The Verge is the latest Netflix show to get canceled in 2022, failing to make it past the one-season mark.
OnePlus’ first foldable will apparently be a carbon copy of sister company Oppo’s Find N — but that won’t necessarily be a bad thing.
Samsung’s next Galaxy Watch could come with a Pro variant, but what features could justify the 60% jump in battery capacity?
Google follows Samsung in partnering with iFixIt to offer spare parts and guides for five generations of Pixel smartphone.
If you’ve been holding off on buying the 2021 MacBook Pro, now may be the time to pull the trigger as Apple offers reductions on refurbished models.
If you’re still waiting for your place in the Steam Deck queue, good news could be on the way, says Valve.
Analyst claims that Apple has had to shift production away from the new iPhone SE 3 as buyers continue to shy away from the company’s smaller handsets.
Google’s Gboard will automatically switch to display characters of the language you want to type in within Google Translate, making translations that bit faster.
The first Intel Arc GPU — the A370M — has underwhelmed in its first benchmarks and has a sizable list of known issues with games.
Samsung’s 2022 TVs now offer support for NFT art purchased via auction site Nifty Gateway, but will anybody care?
Google may have solved one of the big problems currently preventing eSIMs from mass adoption, and it could debut in Android 13.
Google unleashes a number of handy quality-of-life updates to make Meet a palatable alternative to the likes of Zoom and Skype.
With the MacBook Pro continuing to sell well, Apple will apparently push the rumored colorful MacBook Air into the second half of 2022.
With energy prices skyrocketing, a reported 600W power draw for the upcoming GeForce RTX 40 GPUs could be a deal breaker.
AMD confirms its upscaling FSR 2.0 tech is coming to Xbox Series consoles, but it’s really needed by Nintendo’s underpowered Switch.
Kaspersky joins China Telecom and China Mobile International on the FCC’s list of entities posing an 'unacceptable risk to US national security'.
The latest Wordle alternative has you guessing the mystery word based on semantic similarity rather than spelling — and you’ll need a lot more than six guesses to win.
Code dive shows the likely arrival of the Fitbit Sense 2, Fitbit Versa 4 and Fitbit Luxe 2, but none of them appear to use Wear OS.
The third generation Nest Hub could have a removable display to double as a tablet, but what OS would it have?
You can no longer buy or rent movies on the Apple TV app for Google TV, with a note pointing you towards other ways to watch.
Microsoft will apparently launch new Xbox hardware this year from a “different bucket." What could it possibly be?
iPhone 14 will offer the same sizes between Pro and non-Pro, claims leaker, but there will be big differences in terms of performance.