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  • Say goodbye to the Google Pixel Fold 2 and hello to the Pixel 9 Pro Fold

    [ad_1] Google might be looking to reset people’s perceptions of its foldable smartphone efforts. Following up the Pixel Fold from last year should be the Pixel Fold 2, but a new report today claims it’s been renamed and will actually be sold as the Pixel 9 Pro Fold. Furthermore, as we already heard once before, this device could make its…

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  • Here’s the Google Pixel 8a in all four colors

    [ad_1] Google’s upcoming Pixel 8a just can’t stop leaking, it seems. Following a couple of purported live images showing it a few days ago, today a new leak arrives to show us all four colors that will be available. Google Pixel 8a in Obsidian These will be called Obsidian (black), Porcelain (white), Bay (blue), and…

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  • iPhone 16 series battery capacities leak

    [ad_1] The battery capacities for the upcoming iPhone 16 family have been outed today, but keep in mind the source doesn’t have a track record for accuracy, so take these with a higher dose of skepticism than we usually recommend. The iPhone 16 is said to sport a 3,561 mAh cell, 6% larger than its predecessor‘s, while the iPhone 16…

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  • CMF Buds review – GSMArena.com news

    [ad_1] Nothing Tech’s CMF subbrand is making a design-first pitch for its affordable accessories ranging from chargers to smartwatches and a trio of wireless earbuds. We got a pair of CMF Buds at our office and have been using them for the past week to get a better feel of how they perform. These flashy orange buds promise three great…

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  • Spotify plans to raise prices this year and introduce new plans

    [ad_1] Spotify is preparing a revamp of its plans and prices, according to a new report from Bloomberg. This will include price hikes in a few major markets, and there will also be a new plan that doesn’t include audiobooks. The prices will go up by about $1 per month for individual plans to $2 per month for the family…

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  • Pixel 9 renders leak, vivo X Fold3, Galaxy M55 official, Week 13 in review

    [ad_1] Another week down, let’s recap. Our Galaxy A55 battery life test came out, confirming the phone brings a big improvement in battery life over its incredibly popular predecessor. We saw fresh renders of the Google Pixel 9, the smallest in Google’s upcoming lineup. The 9 will offer a 6.03-inch display (presumably 120Hz OLED) compared to the 6.1-inch Pixel 9…

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  • Motorola Edge 50 Ultra renders leak showing periscope zoom camera

    [ad_1] Following the recent leaks of Motorola’s Edge 50 Pro and Edge 50 Fusion, today the trio of upcoming devices is completed by a leak of the Edge 50 Ultra, the top of the line model in the range. The Edge 50 Pro is getting official on April 3, and the Edge 50 Fusion might join it according to the…

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  • Our Samsung Galaxy A35 video review is out

    [ad_1] In some regions like the US and Canada, the Samsung Galaxy A35 is the highest level A-phone that you can get – but is it worth having? For its price, it’s a solid choice as Will explains in our video review. Compared to last year’s model, the 2024 phone brings a more performant chipset, a premium Gorilla Glass Victus+…

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  • iQOO Neo10 Pro’s impressive specs leak

    [ad_1] vivo’s sub-brand iQOO unveiled the Neo9 last December and Neo9 Pro this February, but it is of course already working on the Neo10 series. Today a new rumor from a usually reliable source in China claims the top model – we’ll just call this Neo10 Pro for convenience, even though the name hasn’t been confirmed yet – will come…

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  • Nvidia announces the Blackwell B200 GPU for AI computing

    [ad_1] During its GPU Technology Conference, Nvidia announced the world’s most powerful chip for AI-related computing called GB200 powering up the Blackwell B200 GPU. It’s a successor to the H100 AI chip and offers huge improvements in performance and efficiency. The new B200 GPU is capable of 20 petaflops of FP4 thanks to the 208 billion transistors inside the chip.…

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