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Samsung’s foldable Galaxy Z Flip fully revealed in high-quality renders

The phone should be announced in February alongside the Galaxy S20.

What you need to know Leaked renders have fully revealed the design of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip. The main display is 6.7-inches and has an ultra-tall 22:9 aspect ratio. There’s also a second display on the outer portion of the phone to show the time, notifications, and other info.

Following last year’s groundbreaking Galaxy Fold, Samsung is expected to launch its second foldable device alongside  [Read More…]

Jabra’s making their popular Elite 75t earbuds fully waterproof

Jabra’s also launching MySound to allow for more personalized listening experiences.

What you need to know The Jabra Elite Active 75t is a new take on the already-excellent true wireless earbuds. Jabra is promoting better durability with the Active model, along with it being 22% smaller than the Elite Active 65t. In Q2 2020, Jabra MySound is launching as a new software experience for optimizing Jabra audio products for people’s individual ears.

I’ve written many times about  [Read More…]

Galaxy S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite fully revealed in new renders

Samsung may announce the phones at an event this month.

What you need to know Reliable leaker @OnLeaks has shared renders of the Galaxy S10 Lite and Note 10 Lite. The phones are tweaked versions of their non-Lite counterparts released earlier this year. Samsung could announce both phones at an event later this month.

Samsung’s release pattern for its flagship phones hasn’t changed much at all in the past few years. The beginning of the year sees  [Read More…]

This $28 smart charging cable knows when your phone is fully charged

Everyone uses their phone, but for some of us, our phones are our lifeline because they allow us to respond to urgent business calls and emails. Thus, many of us obsessively maintain a full charge on our phone. However, our phones aren’t meant to be at 100% battery all day, and maintaining a maximum charge is detrimental to their long-term battery life. That’s why you need a charging cable that will prolong your battery health, and this $  [Read More…]

The Pixel-exclusive ‘Sounds’ app is now fully functional with v2.0 update

Who says ringtones can’t be cool?

Earlier this month, a mysterious “Sounds” app appeared on the Google Play Store as a new way for finding and selecting ringtones on your Pixel phone. Unfortunately, it didn’t really do anything. Now, with the update to v2.0 that’s rolling out, Sounds finally works!

Sounds 2.0 is rolling out to the Play Store now, and once you grab the update, you’ll want to go to Settings -> Sound -> Phone ringtone.  [Read More…]

The $80 Elgato Stream Deck Mini has six fully customizable keys

For some smooth transitions.

The Elgato Stream Deck Mini live content creation controller is down to $ 79.99 on Amazon. This content controller has been selling for around $ 94 since late August and was selling as high as $ 100 before that. This is only the second time it has dropped significantly lower than that, leaving it just around 50 cents above its best price ever.

This mini deck has six LCD keys you can customize  [Read More…]

Meizu’s fast charging tech will fully charge your phone in just 20 minutes

Meizu’s fast charging tech is faster than anything else in the market today.

Meizu showed off its Super mCharge fast charging tech at Mobile World Congress, claiming that its solution will fully charge phones from zero to 100% in just 20 minutes. Meizu is relying on a 11V/5A charger to deliver an astounding 55W, and that charge is delivered via an “upgraded data cable” that can support up to 160W.

According to Meizu, Super mCharge uses  [Read More…]

BlackBerry Priv and DTEK50 first to be fully patched against all QuadRooter vulnerabilities

BlackBerry is rolling out a patch against the QuadRooter exploit to the Priv and DTEK50 starting today.

BlackBerry has built a patch against the fourth and final vulnerability of the QuadRooter exploit.

As a refresher, QuadRooter was able to use vulnerabilities in Qualcomm’s firmware drivers to gain elevated permissions (read: root) on your phone or tablet. Zero cases have been reported in the wild, and the user would have to disable factory security settings and manually  [Read More…]

Google fully introduces the Pixel C, with complete details and availability

Google has finally officially unveiled the Pixel C. The tablet was first shown off at the end of September, but Google didn’t give a ton of information at the time about it. The tablet is now officially available, and ready to be purchased. Running Android 6.0 Marshmallow, the Pixel C features a 10.2-inch display that is one of the brightest tablets out there. Additionally, the tablet has security benefits, 10+ hour battery life and much more.

But what  [Read More…]

Deutsche Telekom is turning off auto-retrieval of MMS until Stagefright exploit is fully patched

In Germany, carrier Deutsche Telekom has turned off auto-retrieval of MMS on its network until the Stagefright exploit has been fully patched. We have already seen a number of carriers push out updates, and Google is updating its Nexus line as well, but Deutsche Telekom is taking a different approach. Instead of attempting to update every device in an attempt to prevent attacks, the carrier has disabled the MMS from being auto-retrieved on your phone.

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