Rumors suggested that the Galaxy Z Fold 4 could feature a dedicated S Pen slot, much like the Galaxy S22 Ultra or older Galaxy Note devices. But an accidental Amazon listing proves that the phone cannot hold an S Pen without an add-on case.
The smartwatch market is vast, and those looking to add some intelligence to their wrist have plenty to choose from. Some luxury brands have released their own take on the smartwatch and attached a price tag to match. But is the concept of a “luxury smartwatch” actually pretty stupid?
It’s no secret that Google’s Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro don’t have the best fingerprint scanners. For months on end, users have complained about issues hoping that updates would fix them or make it faster, which could actually happen with Android 13.
For the last half-century, smoke alarms have toed the line between “essential life-saving product” and “shockingly outdated annoyance.” But if you’re willing to spend some extra cash, you can now buy a smart smoke detector. These internet-connected alarms can send remote alerts to your phone, integrate with other smart products, and turn off using simple voice commands.
Starting today, Google is combining its Meet and Duo apps into a single app for voice and video calls. The search giant confirmed the change in June, adding the best of Google Meet’s features into Google Duo, and is now changing the name to Google Meet.
Is OnePlus trying to get in touch with its “flagship killer” roots? The newly-revealed OnePlus 10T costs just $650 but packs premium components, including a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset, an adaptive 120Hz refresh rate, and some insane charging speeds.
We usually get a Pixel security update on the first Monday of each month. But it appears that the August update, which addresses 40 CVEs, is delayed. It has not arrived on Pixel devices and isn’t available on Google’s firmware image page.