After months of anticipation, we can finally welcome the Galaxy S22 family in the flesh. If we said we were completely taken by surprise, we'd be lying—anyone who has been following the extensive trail of rumors is likely already familiar with the specs and colors to some degree. One of the most exciting parts of choosing a new flagship, needless to say, is deciding which color to go with. With such an extensive choice as Samsung offers this year, it can be a pretty tough decision—and
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While 5G is still in the process of being rolled out throughout the world, China has started working on the next standard of wireless connectivity, 6G, according to a report from the South China Morning Post. The report states that researchers in the country streamed 1 terabyte of data over 3,300 feet in one second, a record-breaking feat announced on Wednesday by a team led by Professor Zhang Chao of Tsinghua University’s School of Aerospace En
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Without actually telling us what phone it plans to reveal in the US on February 24, Motorola hinted at a new Edge series announcement not long ago. We now know for sure that the device in question is the Edge 30 Pro, the global version of the Moto Edge X30. Thanks to reputable leakster Evan Blass, we also have a much better idea about what to expect. The Moto Edge 30 Pro pictures attached to the article suggest Motorola’s upcoming smartphone
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Pixel users get to experience Google's new Material You design system for Android. One new feature allows them to capture the main color of the wallpaper they have selected and have it sprinkled throughout the operating system. If this is something that you want on your Android phone but you don't own a Pixel, we might have some good news for you. Android Central notes that to make the Android experience more uniform across the platform, Google wi
OnwardMobility, a startup tech company, announced in August 2020 that it was working to develop a new smartphone with the BlackBerry brand. Few details about the device were revealed, besides that it would have a physical keyboard and would arrive in the first half of 2021. That didn’t happen, and now the company has reportedly hit a significant roadblock.
Kevin Michaluk, founder of CrackBerry, reports that the in-development 5G BlackBerry phone is dead. He wrote in a forum post, “We’ll s
One of the best VPN solutions just got even better, with the implementation of a protocol that will drastically improve your speeds. On December 8 of 2021, PureVPN switched to the WireGuard protocol to minimize speed degradation, making your internet traffic faster and more secure than ever. The new WireGuard protocol is now available on PureVPN’s Windows and Android apps.
We have previously covered PureVPN for their fantastic audit results when it comes to privacy. Now there’s even
Last year’s release of Android 12 included a new Privacy dashboard, which compiled all permissions requests from all the apps on your device into a readable format. Android 13 is on the way, and even though there aren’t many changes in the first Developer Preview, one of them might make the Privacy dashboard even more helpful.
The Privacy dashboard in Android 12 maintains a log of all permissions requests by applications for 24 hours, but as Esper highlighted in a blog post, Android 13 Deve
Google recently dropped the first Android 13 developer preview release for its Pixel devices. We’ve already talked about some of the new features and changes coming in the next big Android upgrade in our original coverage, but Android 13 DP1 has a lot more to offer. A closer look at the build has revealed a few features that Google didn’t mention in its announcement post, including a Gboard-like clipboard auto clear feature, a Camera Obfuscator app, and two new home screen layouts for the P
The companies are working together on a new proposal for ad interaction tracking Mozilla, owner and developer of the Firefox browser, has attacked Facebook (now Meta) many times over the years for the company’s disastrous record on privacy and security. However, the two companies are now working together on a proposal for slightly more private online advertising, which is already drawing criticism from long-time fans of Mozilla.
Mozilla revealed in a blog post on Tuesday, “For the last few
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