You know, I use a pretty decent phone. But I’ve been kind of annoyed with it lately, mainly because I’m still waiting for that dang Android 12 update. So imagine my surprise when I hear that Google is already working on Android 13 and its game-changing new features … dude, what about the software update you just released!?
The Android 13 update, codenamed “Tiramisu,” will debut a ton of killer features that Android users requested years ago—including notification tools that actually make sense. Can you believe that? Check out our top story to see all of Android 13’s leaked features a year early.
Tesla recalled over half a million cars due to some serious safety issues, and I’m not talking about wonky self-driving software.
Vinyl records just had their biggest sales week since 1991. If you still own a CD player, it’s probably crying right now.
Last month, Google pushed a Pixel 6 update to patch a laundry list of bugs. But the patch introduced more bugs … Anyway, Google now says that some users should uninstall the update.
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You’re still waiting for Android 12 to reach your phone, but Google’s already working on the next iteration of its mobile OS—Android 13. Codenamed “Tiramisu,” the Android 13 update may include a ton of killer new features, such as opt-in notifications for all apps. Read More »
If you’ve been waiting for the Pixel 6 December update, which began rolling out to users on the 13th, then prepare to keep waiting! In a now-deleted post on its Support Forum, Google now says that the December update is delayed until late January due to a bug that causes calls to drop or disconnect. In other words, the December update is effectively canceled. Read More »
It looks like New York City is going all-in on electric vehicles. Earlier this month, we reported on the Ford Mustang Mach-E joining taxi fleets, and now it looks like the NYPD is doing the same. This week, the City announced it had bought 184 Mustang March-E vehicles for the police department and emergency services. Read More »
Music fans in the U.S. purchased over 2.11 million vinyl albums in the week leading up to Christmas, marking the largest vinyl sales week since MRC Data began tracking music purchases in 1991. The last breakthrough sales week occurred in December of 2020, when listeners bought 1.84 million LPs. Read More »
Tesla is recalling more than 475,000 of its Model 3 and Model S electric vehicles due to a pair of safety issues with the rearview camera and the trunk, both of which could increase the risk of crashing. And yes, this is an actual recall, rather than the easier software update recalls we’ve seen from Tesla in the past. Read More »
If you’re using your mouse directly on your desk, you’ll probably want to consider grabbing an oversized mouse pad. This gives you plenty of room to move your mouse around, especially if you’re a gamer, and will stop you from scratching or wearing down your desk with your mouse. This extended mouse pad from Corsair offers up superior control and pixel-precise targeting, thanks to its textile weave surface. It’s optimized for both optical and laser gaming mice and has a zero-slip rubber base that’ll help it stay in place during your most intense gaming sessions.
Several Pixel 6 owners report that their phone “freezes” while scrolling through apps or playing games. This is a known bug related to Android’s Accessibility Services, and until Google pushes a fix, there’s just one workaround to get your Pixel working normally—disable Accessibility Services. Read More »
Earlier this year, Netflix announced that it would add mobile games to its service, for some reason. Now, the streaming titan’s first ten games are here, so we checked each of them out. While they’re entertaining enough, you aren’t missing much if you don’t play them. Read More »
The iPhone 12 introduced a feature called “MagSafe” that allows accessories and chargers to magnetically connect to the back of the phone. You might be a little jealous if you have an Android phone, but you don’t have to be. Read More »
HDR10+ Gaming is the latest technology to expand the scope of the HDR10+ standard. It is debuting on Samsung TVs and gaming monitors. But how does it improve your gaming experience, and what do you need to enjoy HDR10+ Gaming? Read More »
With the new year nearly here, you might have aspirations of getting more organized. Arguably, one of the easiest ways to do that is with a planner. If you’re on the hunt for just the right planner for 2022, we’ve done all the work for you! Read More »