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Original Google Pixel owners could receive up to $500 for faulty microphone

Pixel owners who didn’t experience issues could still get $ 20 in the settlement.

What you need to know Google has agreed to pay a total of $ 7.25 million in the class action settlement. Owners of the original Pixel could get a payout of up to $ 500. A hearing to approve the settlement will take place on June 5.

Google has agreed to pay $ 7.25 million dollars in a settlement of a class action  [Read More…]

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Voice assistants are everywhere. Increasingly you’ll find them not just on speakers in your kitchen or phones in your pocket but built into your television — or even your thermostat. The growth of voice assistants isn’t an accident, either: Alexa, Google Assistant, Siri, Cortana, and others are getting smarter, which means they’re getting far more practically useful. They help us play music or turn on lights or schedule our day, but increasingly they’re also ordering us taxis or  [Read More…]

Android Q’s ‘Adaptive Sleep’ could keep your screen awake while using it

It’s only showing up in Beta 3 for some users.

If you’ve ever been frustrated by your phone going to sleep on you while in the middle of reading an article, Android Q might just have a new feature for you.

Some users are reporting seeing an option called Adaptive Sleep in the new Android Q Beta 3 update. According to the description, “Your screen would not dim and go to sleep if the device detects your  [Read More…]

Galaxy Note 10 could feature the company’s first 64MP sensor

Samsung debuts its first 64MP camera sensor, with commercial availability slated for the latter half of 2019.

With global demand for DRAM and NAND modules slowing down, Samsung is increasingly turning its attention to other areas, such as camera modules. The South Korean manufacturer has seen a lot of momentum in this category in the last three years, and it is now debuting its highest-resolution modules yet. The ISOCELL Bright GW1 is Samsung’s first 64MP camera module,  [Read More…]

Lenovo Z6 Pro could be the first phone with a 100MP camera

Lenovo exec teases 100MP camera on upcoming flagship.

Lenovo shared details of a 5G-enabled phone with a HyperVision camera back at Mobile World Congress, and we now have more information on that particular device. It looks like the phone will be the Z6 Pro, and a recent post by Lenovo VP Chang Cheng on Weibo suggests that the phone will sport a 100MP camera.

As spotted by GizChina, Cheng’s post on the platform references a hashtag that  [Read More…]

The Galaxy Watch Active could be one of 2019’s best smartwatches

Seriously, why would you get anything with Wear OS over this?

This past Wednesday, February 20, will be one of the most memorable days in the tech space for a while to come. It was the day that Samsung unveiled its foldable smartphone to the world — paving the way for what’s shaping up to be the future of smartphones as we know it.

The Galaxy Fold is immensely exciting and is the device that has most  [Read More…]

Motorola Moto Z4 Play could pack a 48-megapixel camera

As 2019 hits its stride and we start to look at the upcoming generation of smartphones things get really fun and interesting. If you’re a fan of cutting-edge hardware and like flagship handsets, spring is the best season of the year.

While most of the interest is in whatever Samsung and LG have up their sleeves, it’s time to start looking at what others are working on, too. Motorola, for its part, figures to have a number of devices in  [Read More…]

Wemo Smart Plug review: The little plug that could

Hey Siri, Alexa, OK Google: this smart plug speaks all the languages.

The life of a smart plug isn’t very glamorous. There are a few moments of appreciation when the box is first opened, some quality time spent getting to know each other and setting things up, then a lifetime of being kept out of sight, out of mind, and just being used. That doesn’t sound like much fun if your the plug, and if you’re the  [Read More…]

Android Q could make it easier for carriers to lock phones to their network

Here’s what we’re expecting from Android in 2019.

Quesito? Quiche? Queen of Puddings?

Whatever it ends up being called, Android Q is the latest upcoming software update for Google’s mobile OS, and even though it seems like Pie was just released yesterday, Q will be here before you know it.

If you’re looking for the latest news, rumored features, and more for Android Q, you’ve come to the right place.

The latest Android Q news January 21,  [Read More…]

BlackBerry Key2 LE Review: The Budget Throwback We Could Have Skipped

BlackBerry has found new life over the last 2 years under the close partnership with hardware maker TCL. During that time, we’ve seen two fan-favorite devices that return BlackBerry smartphones to its roots with full QWERTY keyboards: The KeyOne and the latest Key2. While they’ve both been well received, they were not exactly budget-friendly, but BlackBerry and TCL have set out to fix this with the BlackBerry Key2 LE.

Unfortunately, they may have missed the mark with the LE model.  [Read More…]