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Samsung says ‘most of’ the Galaxy Fold’s display issues have been fixed

It’s possible Samsung could show off the improved Galaxy Fold during the August launch of the Note 10.

What you need to know According to the Vice President of Samsung Displays, “most” of the display issues have been fixed. Two of the fixes include tucking the screen protector under the frame and narrowing the distance between the display and body of the device. Samsung’s expected to launch the Note 10 in August, and it’s possible we could  [Read More…]

Nokia 2.2 is the most affordable Android One phone yet

HMD Global is adding to its portfolio of budget phones with the Nokia 2.2.

What you need to know The Nokia 2.2 is powered by a Helio A22 chipset and runs Android One. The device will be available for ₹6,999 initially, going up to ₹7,699 from July 1. Like all HMD phones, you get two platform updates and three years of security updates.

HMD Global has seen a lot of momentum in the budget segment in markets  [Read More…]

The Oculus Quest is the most amazing gadget I’ve used in years

Fanboy raving commences in 3…2…1.

“I want to buy something.”

I said this to my wife a couple of weeks ago when we were relaxing at home after we both got off of work. Being the self-proclaimed tech enthusiast that I am, I often get an itch to play with a new piece of technology to keep myself engaged with what’s going on in the industry.

Thankfully with the nature of the job that I have, this  [Read More…]

Xiaomi’s Redmi K20 Pro is the most affordable phone with the Snapdragon 855

The Redmi K20 Pro has the latest hardware you’ll find on a phone today, and it costs under $ 400.

What you need to know The Redmi K20 Pro is the first sub-$ 400 phone to be powered by the Snapdragon 855. It also has a 48MP Sony IMX 586 camera, and a 20MP retractable front shooter. It is available in four variants, from 6GB/64GB all the way to 8GB/256GB. There’s also a standard Redmi K20 powered  [Read More…]

The Pixel 3a is one of the most exciting phones I’ve seen in a while

I am 100% here for this.

If you’ve been following the smartphone market even remotely close for the last couple of years, you’ll likely have picked up on a few trends. Manufacturers are overly eager to commit to glass/metal designs, reduce display bezels as much as possible, and increase price tags as high as they can.

This has resulted in some pretty phenomenal smartphones, such as the Galaxy S10 and Pixel 3 XL, but unless you’ve got  [Read More…]

The Nest Hub Max misses the most important feature

A physical shutter over the camera lens is a simple — and obvious — way to make a home hub more trustworthy.

The Nest Hub Max is official. I’m almost certainly going to buy one, seeing as how I’m all in on the Nest ecosystem already. I’ve also got a Google Home Hub — erm, Nest Hub, that is, thanks to a rebranding — and a Lenovo Smart Display in the kitchen.

And I’m going to buy a Nest Hub Max knowing  [Read More…]

Best and Most Reliable MicroSD Cards

Keeping all of your photos, videos, music, and other media on a physical device is extremely important. This was true for the computer age and it’s still true for the smartphone/tablet era. It’s even more true for those who switch phones on a regular basis, or for those who don’t pick up new phones for years. To help everyone out, we have found the best and more reliable microSD cards for long-term storage.

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Prep for four of IT’s most valuable certifications with this CompTIA bundle

There’s never been a better time to work in IT. Whether you’re planning to work as a freelance IT professional for multiple companies or want to land a lucrative salaried position at a major tech firm in Silicon Valley, there’s an unprecedented demand for talented and trained individuals who can install, maintain, and troubleshoot a wide range of increasingly complex server infrastructures and networking systems.

But if you want to be considered for the best possible positions in the industry,  [Read More…]

How to make the most of your Galaxy S10e’s battery

The Galaxy S10e is extremely appealing as a flagship-level phone for those who don’t want to spend top dollar or want something a bit smaller than average. But one of the downsides of getting a smaller phone is a smaller battery, leading to shorter battery life. If you’re feeling the pressure from having just 3100mAh at your disposal, we have some tips that can help you make the most of it and stay away from chargers.

Configure (or  [Read More…]

These are the best and most reliable USB-C cables and adapters

Most new phones have a USB-C connector and you last phone might not have. That means it’s time to buy some new accessories! USB-C cables and adapters can do more than any of the older style cables you have used, so it’s important to make sure you’ve got a good product in your shopping cart before you hit the buy button. We can help.

Long lasting Anker Powerline+

Staff pick

Made with a tough braided outer layer,  [Read More…]