Samsung is apparently working on a follow-up to the Galaxy Chromebook it released earlier this year. And based on a photo leaked by Evan Blass (a.k.a. evleaks), it pretty much looks like its predecessor with some minor differences: Samsung has rearra…
Google’s Pixel 4a launched back on August 3rd with orders in the US already having shipped and being delivered after months of delay caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the delay, the Pixel 4a shipped running Android 10 out of the box, if this is something that perturbs you and you can’t bear to wait […]
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The scientists that captured the first image of a black hole are being rewarded with a $ 3 million prize. The Breakthrough prize, known as the "Oscars of Science," is sponsored by Silicon Valley execs such as Mark Zuckerberg and Sergey Brin, and recog…
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Samsung has just launched two new Isocell mobile image sensors including the world’s first 64MP module and a revamped 48MP unit. Samsung’s Isocell brand of mobile imaging hardware have been around for years, and whilst they play second fiddle to Sony‘s market dominance due to generally lower quality results, they often also lead in technologies. […]
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As we edge closer to Samsung unveiling the Galaxy S10 in San Francisco on February 20th, a leaked image of what could be the Galaxy Sport/Active has smartwatch has appeared wherein it appears that the electronics giant has ditched an everpresent feature. It seems that the rotating bezel, a mainstay design element of previous Samsung smartwatches, […]
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The European Space Agency has released a gorgeous composite image of Mars' Korolev crater, an 82-kilometer-wide crater situated in the planet's northern lowlands. The ESA's Mars Express orbiter snapped pictures of the crater over the course of five o…
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Samsung is holding off on the launch of the Galaxy S9, but that does not mean news about the new device was not swirling around CES 2018. While making comments at the event, Samsung head DJ Koh revealed the company plans to officially announce the Galaxy S9 at MWC 2018 in Spain. That date will […]
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NASA's Cassini spacecraft was always destined to be a doomed hero. After two decades in space, diligently exploring Saturn and its many strange and beautiful moons, operators deliberately crashed the spacecraft into the planet to make sure the moons…
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One of the more interesting smartphones slated to launch this fall is a new device from Razer. Whether the phone offers anything unique to encourage consumers to choose it over bigger, more well-known competitors remains to be seen. However, Razer will be joining a community of smaller companies that seem to think they can find […]
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Earlier today several images showed up that supposedly reveal the design of the forthcoming LG V30 smartphone. Turns out that was not the only LG manufactured device to be the subject of the rumor mill. A new image also surfaced that claims to be the next Google Pixel XL device. Along with the image and […]
Come comment on this article: New image of Pixel XL 2 shows up along with info on features
Next week newcomer to the smartphone market Essential will announce their first smartphone. Although the company is new, it has some serious history in the form of none other than Andy Rubin, one of Android’s co-founders. That connection is generating a lot of buzz for Essential and the company decided to try to amp it […]
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A company called Almalence is working on an app that drastically improves image quality in today’s phones, without requiring any new hardware. Similar to how HDR photography works, it samples the sensor multiple times for each image.
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The most recent image isn’t the most detailed in the telescope’s catalog, but it’s the best image of our neighboring star system. It also holds significance given the new discovery of a potentially habitable planet orbiting one of its stars.
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The big reveal of the HTC 10 on April 12th is only a few days away and we will finally get our first looks at the official production device. Notwithstanding the short amount of time left until then, a new image has surfaced that appears to reveal a white version of the HTC 10.
The image that surfaced on the Weibo social network in China shows the fingerprint scanner and one of the capacitive buttons housed in the bezel lit up. Although it does not reveal much, we can also see the Sense 8 user interface running on the device.
Along the top bezel there is a small slit present that one might presume is a speaker grill. However, while difficult to fully determine, it looks like it may not be protruding from the front glass screen and may even be underneath the glass. What it could be if not a speaker grill is unclear, but if it is something else then it might help answer the questions about the lack of a bottom grill. The design could suggest HTC has figured out a new way to implement their BoomSound feature that does not require front-facing speakers.
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Android Marshmallow is finally here. This means that if happen to have a Nexus device, you will be getting an update in a few weeks. Why wait? This guide will get the most recent version of Android Marshmallow on your device right now.
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What do you normally do when you find the perfect image? Probably save it, take a screenshot, bookmark the webpage? Well now there is an easier way. Google has just made things a lot easier by allowing the ability to star and bookmark images right from Google’s image search on mobile.
Simply search for the image you want and tap the star to bookmark it. You can store all your saved images in custom folders making them very easy to find again.
Currently, this feature is available in the US on all major mobile browsers on Android and iOS. Just make sure you are signed into your Google Account in order to star images.
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Ugh, it's all pixelated. Ugh, artifacts. Compression is otherwise a pretty useful trick for squeezing more stuff (photos, video and more) into less space, but something typically gets lost in the process. Sometimes it's indistinguishable, other times…
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