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Stay forever with IHG’s biggest offer ever..

What you need to know IHG has launched a new welcome bonus offer on its credit card. New cardholders  [Read More…]

Google wants to bring high quality weather prediction to India

First in India, then later in the rest of the world.

What you need to know Google is teaming up with weather forecaster firm ClimaCell to help bring free access to high-quality forecast data in India. Google Cloud’s Public data sets will house ClimaCell’s prediction data, allowing members of the public to access and make use of it. The program begins first in India and will roll out later to other regions.

Google and ClimaCell are teaming  [Read More…]

Samsung aims for high end of laptop spectrum with Galaxy Chromebook

While many people assume that the Samsung Galaxy line solely consists of Android-powered phones, it also features tablets, laptops, and accessories. And as of today, it also includes a Chromebook.

Samsung on Monday introduced its Galaxy Chromebook at CES 2020, putting it firmly near the top of the laptop echelon. Offered in a Fiesta Red aluminum shell, it offers up a 13.3-inch 4K UHD AMOLED touch display. Yep, AMOLED. It’s the first of its kind in the Chromebook space.

Running  [Read More…]

Vizio announces new soundbars for the high, mid, and low-end markets

Pricing and availability remain a mystery.

What you need to know Vizio has announced a bunch of new soundbars for CES 2020. The Elevate has powerful front speakers, an 8-inch subwoofer, and Dolby Atmos support. Pricing and availability have not yet been announced.

CES 2020 is steadily going into full-force, and Vizio has come prepared with a heap of new soundbars. There’s a lot to dig into, so without further ado, let’s dive in.

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Owing to high demand, Motorola is delaying its revamped RAZR

Part foldable phone, part nostalgia milking machine, the Motorola RAZR has made foldable devices exciting again, following the botched releases of both the Huawei Mate X and the Galaxy Fold. Unfortunately, though, the phone’s nostalgia factor may have been too high, as the reimagination of Motorola’s classic from 2004 is being slightly delayed due to excessive demand.

The company had previously committed to opening preorders the day after Christmas and general availability sometime in January but says it’s  [Read More…]

Visible removes high speed data cap, adds Pixel 3a to roster

Digital carrier Visible on Wednesday announced it has removed the 5Mbps data speed cap for new and current subscribers. The change is for a limited time and does not cost anything extra for customers.

Previously, the high speed data was capped at a maximum of 5Mbps in order to keep network usage under control. Although it was still fast enough to provide for quality Netflix, YouTube, and other streaming services, it’s nice to see the adjustment.

To be clear,  [Read More…]

How high a standard? [#acpodcast]

With another week of experience using the OnePlus 7 Pro under their belt, Daniel Bader and Andrew Martonik have more to say about the sub-$ 700 flagship. They also talk about Samsung’s intended design changes for the Galaxy Fold.

Additionally, ASUS is previewing ZenFone 6 and some wild design concepts they explored. 5G is a little more real (but still not worth buying into), and President Trump has signed an order to protect the U.S. network infrastructure from  [Read More…]

PSA: Pixel 3a and 3a XL photo and video backups are limited to high quality

Google’s mid-range Pixels lose out on original quality photo and video backups to Google Photos.

A standout feature of all Pixels thus far has been the ability to upload upload original quality photos and videos to Google Photos for free. You could upload as many photos and videos as you’d want from a Pixel device to Photos, and it would never count against your quota. From the Pixel 2, Google started limiting unlimited uploads to just over  [Read More…]

SanDisk’s new High Endurance microSD cards are now available to pre-order

Perfect for your dash cam or home security system.

Pre-orders are now open for SanDisk’s updated High Endurance microSD cards with prices starting at just $ 11. Available in 32GB, 64GB, 128GB. and 256GB sizes, the new cards are designed to be used in devices that constantly write and re-write data to the storage inside — like a dash cam or security camera that is constantly recording and saving clips.

Reliable storage SanDisk 64GB High Endurance microSD Card

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Lord High Commander of Cameras [#acpodcast]

Daniel Bader, Andrew Martonik, and Russell Holly host the backdoor pilot for AC Foodcast as they talk about the GDPR Hall of Shame, OnePlus 6, and its $ 69 companion Bluetooth earbuds, Bullets Wireless.

Essential Phone 2 is reportedly canceled, and founder Andy Rubin is considering selling the company. Some people have gotten hands-on time with RED Hydrogen One, but release of the product is still a little ways off. In addition, BlackBerry is teasing the KEY2, which  [Read More…]