On September 30, a well-known Weibo blogger said that Redmi will launch a Snapdragon 750G model in the domestic market. When the Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G ...
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We've seen a ton of gigantic phones in 2020, but it looks like the Pixel 5 won't be one of them.
A few weeks ago, Samsung announced ‘The Premiere,’ its new family of ultra short throw projectors promising a display of up to 130 inches from just a few inches away from the wall. Problem was, the company didn’t announce price or availability — until now. Starting today, you can purchase the 120″ LSP7t for $3,499.99, or the 130″ LSP9T for $6,499.99. Those few extra inches will really cost you, it seems, but really that’s a function of other specs. In order to achieve a larger display while maintaining adequate brightness for the HDR10+ specification, the LSP9T needs a more powerful… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Samsung
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On Tuesday, September 29th, at 9PM ET, President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden will square off in the first presidential debate of 2020. The event will take place at the Sheila and Eric Samson Pavilion, part of a joint health campus between Case Western Reserve University and the Cleveland Clinic. The Cleveland Clinic is also serving as the health security adviser for all four general election debates.
The debate will be broadcast by all major TV networks, but campaigns are particularly attuned to the response on YouTube, which a growing portion of younger voters rely on for news. On Monday, The Verge broke news of the Biden campaign’s “rebel alliance” project, meant to cultivate YouTube outlets that are more friendly...
Anthony Fauci called Atlas an "outlier" in his coronavirus views, and the Director of the CDC was overheard saying "everything" Atlas says "is false."
Vote.org saw a 68% increase in voter registration the Saturday and Sunday following Ginsburg's death compared to the prior Saturday and Sunday.
Tesla shared a video of the most powerful Model S yet, the Plaid, ripping around the famed Northern California track in just over 90 seconds.
Also, there's a new Echo Dot Kids Edition smart speaker.
There have been indications that Xiaomi is working on a foldable device. However, the company is yet to release any foldable phone. Sometime last month, ...
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Google has already announced an event for its upcoming Pixel 5 and Pixel 4A 5G smartphones on September 30th, and it has even teased the phones themselves. But a new leak from WinFuture has revealed the best look yet at Google’s new flagship Pixel 5, along with nearly all of its specs.
As rumored, the Pixel 5 will reportedly feature a Snapdragon 765G processor, complete with Qualcomm’s integrated X52 modem for 5G support, although WinFuture says that it’ll only support sub-6GHz 5G. That’s surprising, given that Verizon (which has historically sold Google’s flagship smartphones) requires mmWave 5G support for its network, although it’s possible that — similar to other recent Android phones — there are plans for a unique Verizon-exclusive...
Iliad has announced its intention to acquire Poland's Play, a move that it claims will make it the sixth largest mobile operator in Europe.
Trump made similar remarks in 2016, saying, "I don't think I'm going to lose, but if I do, I don't think you're ever going to see me again."
The US government today announced a new initiative to restrict TikTok in app stores, a move which comes after weeks of uncertainty over whether the app would be banned in the US. It’s not banned yet, but the restrictions are very close — and it could be banned outright by November. In case you haven’t kept up, the administration led by President Donald Trump has issued executive orders that would both restrict transactions with the app — which is what this new ban is about — and would force the parent company to find an American buyer for its American… This story continues at The Next Web
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Google is still trying to iron out connectivity issues with its Pixel Buds. The company has confirmed that it has identified the cause of a strange, frustrating bug that caused audio to drop out for some users every one minute and 50 seconds — on the dot. I’ve gotten numerous emails about this issue from Pixel Buds owners, so it’s good to see that Google has managed to resolve it.
According to a post on the company’s support forums, a new firmware update is currently rolling out to the true wireless earbuds that will eliminate the pause after every 1:50. In case you’re unfamiliar with the update process, Google has this guide for installing Pixel Buds firmware.
If you’re not using your Pixel Buds with an Android phone — well, that’s an...