Alienware Comes Back to AMD
There’s no question AMD has been wooing more and more gamers on desktop, but if anyone doubted that this momentum also translates to the mobile market as well, this is perhaps the final piece of evidence: The new Alienware M15 is AMD-powered.Alienware announced that its new 15-inch laptop would come with a Ryzen 5000 Series processor (AMD 5800H to 5900HX) along with an NVIDIA RTX 3060 or 3070 graphics processor. […]

Lenovo Legion Phone Duel 2: Built for Sustained Performance
Lenovo just announced the Legion Phone Duel 2, its second-generation smartphone built specifically for gaming. We previously reviewed the original Legion Phone Duel handset and were pleased with its innovation, performance, and price.The Legion Phone Duel 2 is an evolution rather than last year’s revolution, but it does improve on crucial points that directly impact the gaming experience.The core feature of any gaming phone is absolute performance, and more importantly, […]

Fujifilm Launches New Instax Mini 40 Instant Camera
There is no doubt that when it comes to photography, digital photography is the most “efficient”. This is because unlike film photography, digital photos can be reviewed instantly and you can take multiple photos without worrying about running out of film. However, at the same time it’s hard to ignore that nostalgia that one gets when taking film photos.

THX Debuts A Small And Portable Headphone DAC
For a lot of people, listening to music on their phone through headphones is as simple as plugging it in (or connecting wirelessly). For the most part, it just works because usually consumer-grade headphones have everything they need built into them, and that is true for your phone as well.

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Ring Unveils New Floodlight Cam Wired Pro Security Camera
Are you looking for a new outdoor security camera to protect your home while you’re away? If you are, then you might be interested to learn that Ring has announced their latest security camera in the form of the Ring Floodlight Cam Wired Pro. It is quite a mouthful but if anything, it is a pretty accurate description of the camera.

This Scam iOS App Is Earning $1 Million A Month
Apple has long argued that its walled garden approach with regards to its iOS App Store has been designed to provide users with the best and safest possible experience. We can certainly see the merits in such an argument, but at the same time, it has been pointed out that this isn’t always the case.

Spotify Rolls Out Hands-Free Digital Assistant For iOS And Android
A few years ago, it was discovered that Spotify was working on their own digital assistant similar to the likes of Siri and Google Assistant. Now it looks like that digital assistant got a bit smarter thanks to Spotify introducing a hands-free feature that lets users activate the assistant using a wake word.

iOS 15 Could Introduce Support For Dual Biometric Authentication
One of the popular rumors surrounding the iPhone 13 is that it could see Apple bring back Touch ID to its higher-end iPhones. While other companies have introduced in-display fingerprint sensors to their phones, Apple has instead opted to more or less do away with fingerprint sensors in favor of facial recognition.

Twitter Considered Buying Clubhouse For $4 Billion
Clubhouse is one of the hottest social media apps available at the moment, so it doesn’t really come as a surprise to learn that at one point in time, Twitter was actually interested in acquiring the company.  This is according to a report from Bloomberg where they say that Twitter could have spent $4 billion to acquire them.

Over 90% Of iPhones And iPads Are Running iOS 14
iOS 14 was released over seven months ago in 2020, and it seems that adoption of the latest major build of iOS is going pretty well because according to the data collected by Mixpanel, they have found that iOS 14’s adoption is over 90%. What this means is that over 90% of eligible iPhones and iPads have been updated to the latest version of iOS.

Google I/O 2021 Confirmed For May 18-20
Every year without fail, Google hosts an event aimed at developers in the form of Google I/O.  However, last year was an exception where due to the coronavirus pandemic, Google had cancelled the event entirely. The company had initially planned to just cancel the in-person event, but it was ultimately scrapped.

Samsung Galaxy A Series U.S Launch Features 5G Under $300
The Samsung Galaxy A smartphones are more affordable than the Galaxy S, and are in many ways even more critical because that’s where the high volumes are.Today, Samsung has announced a large Galaxy A update, with no less than five new phones: The Galaxy A12 ($109.99), Galaxy A02s ($179.99), Galaxy A32 5G ($299.99), Galaxy A42 5G ($399.99) and Galaxy A52 5G (499.99).The Galaxy A Series covers every possible market segment […]

Huawei MateBook X Pro Review (i7-1165G7 16GB+1TB)
The Ultralight laptop market is a crowded but also highly lucrative segment that usually makes the headlines because these laptops end up being popular productivity workhorses if you can afford them. The Huawei MateBook X Pro 2021, with Intel 11th generation CPU, has advantages that competitors should not underestimate.Specifications overviewThe review unit we’re testing is a MateBook X Pro with an Intel Core i7-1165G7, a high-powered model. The configuration options […]

NVIDIA’s Noise Cancellation Now Works With Any GeForce GPU
NVIDIA’s GPUs can do more than just power your games and render graphics. In fact, the company introduced some pretty nifty features in the past such as noise cancellation where it was available as an exclusive feature to the company’s RTX series of GPUs, but the good news is that it isn’t anymore.

Microsoft Takes Server Liquid Cooling To Whole New Levels
When it comes to cooling down a computer, there are a couple of ways to go about it. One of which is using fans, but sometimes fans aren’t enough when it comes to more intensive tasks, which is why some higher-end and more powerful computers and servers have to rely on liquid cooling.

The Next iPhone Could Predict When Its Battery Is Going To Run Out
Right now if you have an iPhone, you can check on the battery health of your iPhone, check how much battery you got out of it the previous day, check average battery usage, and so on. However, all that data only tells us how much we’ve used, not so much how much we are going to get.

Alleged Full Screen iPad Mini 6 Shown Off In Mockup
Apple’s iPad mini is actually a rather perfect size. It’s small enough to make it easy to be brought around, but also big enough to make it comfortable for use when reading books, watching videos, surfing the web, and so on. Unfortunately, the design of the iPad mini is kind of dated compared to its larger and newer siblings.

Will.i.am Debuts A Futuristic Face Mask With HEPA Filters
Based on what we know about the coronavirus and the vaccines, there is a good chance that mask wearing could be something we’ll have to practice for the years to come. So much so that we’re starting to see companies come up with more environmentally-friendly solutions compared to the one-time use masks that are commonly used today.

Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3 Could Sport A Downgraded Cover Display
It has been rumored that Samsung could be launching a couple of new foldable phones this year, one of which is the Galaxy Z Fold 3, the successor to last year’s model. We expect that it will come with the bells and whistles and various upgrades, but a worrying rumor suggests that the phone won’t be 100% upgrades.

NVIDIA Could Be Considering Bringing The GTX 1650 Back
Right now, GPUs are being snapped up like crazy by cryptocurrency miners who are purchasing the latest, high-end GPUs to help in their mining operations. As a result, gamers and regular users are finding it increasingly difficult to get their hands on a new GPU, but NVIDIA may have a solution.

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