Samsung Galaxy Buds are getting a new silver color to go with the Note10 family

If you’ve been around these past few weeks then you have definitely already seen the stunning new “Aura Glow” color of the upcoming Galaxy Note 10+. And what better way to compliment a shiny new phone than a shiny new pair of truly wireless headphones. The Galaxy Buds are already listed on a few of Samsung’s regional websites in the new “silver” finish. The color effect appears to be identical to that on the upcoming Note10 and renders probably don’t do it justice.     Samsung Galaxy Buds in silver Besides the color, though,…

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This neat stand turns your Apple Watch into a classic Apple iPod

Accessories company Elago recently its latest product, a neat stand that makes your Apple Watch look like a classic iPod (via 9to5Mac). The W6 stand works with all of Apple’s Watches (Series 1-4), and works with the device’s Nightstand mode. The stand will charge the watch, and can act as a neat, retro alarm clock. You can pick one up in the classic white with gray touch-wheel, or in black with a red one. It also won’t break the bank: it runs for $15 from the company. Elago has done this sort of…

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Apple working on a foldable iPad with 5G connectivity, likely to be launched next year

The year 2019 has been all about 5G phones and foldable display phones. We have already seen Samsung and Huawei launching their foldable display phones – the Samsung Galaxy fold and Huawei Mate X – at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019 earlier this year. And now, it looks like another tech giant might be gearing to launch a device that combines both these trends into a single device. Apple is working on a new iPad model that will come with foldable display and feature 5G connectivity, Economic Daily News…

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Samsung Galaxy A series targeted at Millennials, Gen Z and Galaxy A80 is for them

The Galaxy A line in the past two years has been a key series for Samsung as the company decided to bring new and innovative technologies to the mid-range segment. The Galaxy A series is primarily targeting the millennials and the emerging Gen Z around the world and especially in India, said Yeon Jeong Kim, head of innovation, product planning group at Samsung Electronics. The company says Gen Z is a mobile-first generation where social media apps, streaming platforms and apps like WhatsApp are being consumed on smartphones, on the…

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Apple recalls old 15-inch Macbook Pro models as they pose a fire safety risk

Apple’s MacBook Pro laptops are one of best laptops in the market right now. If you have ever used them, you would know that there is no getting over them. However, over the years, MacBook Pro have stumbled across a number of problems, chiefly flexgate and issues with the butterfly keyboard. And now, Apple has announced that it is recalling some older Macbook Pro models as they pose a fire safety risk. The Menlo Park headquartered company in a statement on its blogpost said that ‘a limited number of older…

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Apple kills a popular iPhone feature

Apple discontinues popular iPhone feature: Apple is one of the market leaders in terms of technology and has time and again proved to be a game changer for the technology industry. However, this time Apple has been forced to go back a little and get rid of the 3D Touch feature. The announcement was made during the WWDC 2019 where the beta version of the iOS 13 was announced. This feature was launched with the iPhone 6S and had continued in the latest iPhone models which were XS and XS Max.…

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Samsung could soon launch a phone with a truly all-screen front

One of the main things that smartphone makers seem to be working towards at the moment is an all-screen design on their phones. By that we mean a front with no notch, bezel or punch-hole camera, and ideally no pop-up camera either, and it’s a goal that Samsung has reportedly reconfirmed that it’s aiming for. According to MyDrivers, South Korean media reported that Samsung is working on a “perfect full screen”, one which could be achieved by building the camera into the screen invisibly, much like an in-screen fingerprint scanner. This…

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Apple iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max molds hint towards a triple rear camera setup

Apple is slated to release the next iteration of its iPhone later this year. Ahead of its official launch, the iPhone 11 or the iPhone XI (or whatever else they are calling it these days) has been constant subject of rumours and speculations, most of which indicate that the phone is going to sport a triple camera setup at the back that was housed in a square camera bump. And now, a new image has once again hinted towards the Apple iPhone 11 sporting a triple rear camera setup. Serial…

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Apple drops HomePod price a year after launch

Apple has slashed the price of the HomePod across all regions where it is available. In the US, the HomePod is now priced at $299 instead of the previous $349. In the UK, it’s now available for £279 instead of £319. Other regions, too, have seen a price drop. The HomePod price drop is somewhat unconventional for Apple. Usually, Apple products keep their price far too long into the product cycle. This is usually seen on Macs, that don’t get updated as often as the iOS devices. One could surmise…

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Apple’s iPad, iMac, and AirPod launches weren’t just a surprise, they were a smart strategy shift

I expected “one more thing” yesterday, and I was bummed when I didn’t get it. Sure, I was disappointed, but my anticipation for another hardware refresh only proved that Apple’s experiment with dribbling out modest product releases is working. On each of the first three days of this work week, Apple dropped updated versions of existing products with little of its typical fanfare or event theatrics. It began with the iPad mini and iPad Air on Monday and then progressed to the iMac on Tuesday and the AirPods on Wednesday. Nobody would call these earthshaking updates.…

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