Coronavirus Could Hit The Smartphone Industry Hard
As many of you are aware by now, the coronavirus outbreak has impacted the world in more ways than one. Travel has been affected, people have died, and of course the market has also been affected where companies have been forced to suspend operations to help prevent further spreading of the virus.

Pokemon GO Will Block Players If It Detects Custom Recoveries
One of the things to love about Android is its customizability and flexibility. For example, users can create custom recovery partitions on their devices where they can use it to flash custom ROMs, root their devices, make backups, and so on, in more robust and alternate ways apart from the official Google method.

Oppo Teases Upcoming Smartwatch With Curved Screen, 3D Glass
Oppo has a new smartwatch in the works and in a tweet by the company’s VP, Brian Shen, he shared a teaser image of the upcoming device (which you can see in the image below). The teaser only shows part of the Oppo Watch but according to Shen, the device will come with a curved screen and also 3D glass.

How To Batch-Convert PDF to MS Office With PDFelement
In this article, we provide our readers with at least 5 PDF conversion options. You will learn how to convert PDF to MS office, images, PDF/A, scanned PDFs, batch conversation and more using PDFelement. Let’s find it out now.

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Samsung Has No Plans To Sell The Galaxy Home Mini Separately For Now
Last year, Samsung kind of launched the Galaxy Home Mini. However, its launch was classified as a beta and it was only available in South Korea. It was expected that the company would launch the device at its Galaxy Unpacked event last week, but that did not happen. Instead, Samsung once again kind of launched the device as a bundle with Galaxy S20 orders.

Reference To Pixel 5 Spotted In AOSP
The other day an alleged render showed us what we might be able to expect from the upcoming Google Pixel 5. While it is more or less a given that Google will announce a new Pixel smartphone this year, it looks like evidence is starting to surface that suggests that Google has already begun working on it.

Apple Could Have A 12-inch iPad Pro In The Works
At the moment, Apple’s iPad Pros are offered in either an 11-inch version or a 12.9-inch version. Many have praised the larger displays as it is better for viewing media as well as drawing, but now a report suggests that either Apple could be planning on downsizing the larger iPad, or introducing a slightly smaller variant.

LG Adds Impressive Upgrades To Its Budget K Series Lineup
If you are looking for a budget device, LG’s new lineup of its K series smartphones could be an interesting choice.The new additions include three new phones – K61, K51S, and K41S. The K61 being the premium option of the bunch offers a lot of essential features for the price.You might want to check out the specifications and the pricing for it as per the official reveal.Each of the smartphones […]

This Technology Creates Electricity From Moisture In The Air
We’ve known for a fact that harvesting energy from the environment facilitates in making self-sustained systems.And, that’s what the research paper published in Nature Journal for a new green technology thinks for the process of creating electricity from the moisture in the air.Yes, you read that correctly. A technology that will help you generate power from out of thin air.As the journal explains – “thin-film devices made from nanometre-scale protein […]

Sony To Shutter Its PlayStation Forums On February 27
Forums are a good place to go if you have topics that you want to discuss. It is also a good place for companies to monitor what is being said about their products, and also to identify bugs, issues, complaints, and user feedback. However, for PlayStation owners, it looks like you’ll have to find somewhere else.

This Custom Water Cooled PS4 Is All Kinds Of Awesome
Our devices, especially those that use a lot of power, can get pretty hot from time to time. As a result, device makers have come up with various ways to deal with the heat, such as utilizing fans and heatsinks. However, sometimes those solutions aren’t always enough, which is what led JMAGG to create his own solution.

Nintendo Switch Demo Kiosks To Appear To Select US Airports
There is no doubt that the Nintendo Switch is doing pretty well for itself. This is a huge 180 for the company, especially with the disaster and massive flop that was the Nintendo Wii U. However, this doesn’t mean that Nintendo can try and convince more people to hop on board the Switch platform.

iPad Pro Rumored For March 2020 Refresh
If you’re thinking about getting yourself an iPad Pro, you might want to consider holding off for now. This is because according to a report from DigiTimes, it seems that the publication is claiming that Apple could be planning on introducing an iPad Pro refresh this coming March. This lines up with a recent rumor that claims Apple could host an event in March for its new iPhone SE 2.

Apple’s Rumored AirPods Pro Lite Have Been ‘Delayed’
If you recall, last week there was a rumor that Apple could be working on a new pair of AirPods in the form of the AirPods Pro Lite. The original report claimed that the earbuds were on track for a launch in Q2 2020, but now according to a new report from DigiTimes, they are claiming that the earbuds have since been “delayed”.

Apple Warns Of iPhone Supply Shortages Due To Coronavirus Outbreak
Due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak in China, many factories have since been forced to shut down. Also, due to people getting sick or being suspected of having the virus, many are being quarantined which ultimately affects the workforce. This is why it doesn’t come as a surprise to learn that Apple has since issued a warning about potential iPhone supply shortages.

Apple Could Host An Event On March 31
We all know for sure that every year, Apple will host an event in the middle of the year in the form of WWDC. However, the company does hold multiple events a year, one of which sometimes takes place in the early part of the year which can sometimes feature refreshes for the iPad or MacBook lineup.

How To Migrate Browser Bookmarks (Easy Export/Import)
So you’ve found a new favorite browser to use, but you don’t want to lose all the bookmarks and settings that you’ve already setup in the previous browser. If you are trying to figure out how migrate from one browser to another without losing everything, here’s how.

TCL Smartphone Concept Features An Expandable Display
You must have heard about the new folding smartphones by Motorola and Samsung (RAZR and Galaxy Z Flip, respectively).Even though you consider those to be the next big innovations – TCL’s leaked photos of its prototype smartphone (originally shared by CNET) adds more competition to the table.It looks like the upcoming TCL smartphone might end up offering an expandable display (meaning, you can slide-out the extension of a screen) as […]

The Galaxy Z Flip May Have Used A ‘Fake Glass’ As Tests Show
The Galaxy Z Flip has been in the limelight for all the good reasons. It is potentially better than Motorola’s RAZR and offers a good design – for many users.However, the impressive verdict for the phone might be limited to the specs on paper.In a recent durability test by JerryRigEverything, it looks like Samsung may have used a ‘fake glass’ in the Galaxy Z Flip.The confusion arrives when the durability […]

China’s Baidu To Use AI To Identify People Not Wearing Face Masks
With the coronavirus outbreak still going on, many organizations and governments around the world have advised people to wear face masks to help prevent themselves from getting sick. However, over in China, it has become mandatory for people to wear masks in certain regions, especially when out in public areas like malls, restaurants, on public transport, and so on.

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