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Your Verizon bill will be more expensive from June 16th onwards

Verizon must have heard you saying that you had way too much disposable cash the other day (well someone must have said it) and has responded by announcing that it’s going to increase your bill starting from June 16th onwards. Why? Well, it’s because the carrier is following the trend or its execs can’t afford […]

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Bluetooth hack compromises Teslas, digital locks, and more

Security researchers have found a way to circumvent digital locks and security systems that rely on Bluetooth fobs and smartphones for authentication.
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Leaked OnePlus Nord 2T unboxing video reveals Dimensity 1300 chipset and so much more

As OnePlus gears up to announce its follow up to last year’s popular Nord 2 5G, it seems that a leaker has managed to get his hands on a Nord 2T in full retail packaging and posted an unboxing video that reveals almost everything you might want to know about the mid-range handset, including benchmarks […]

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What is 5G? Speeds, coverage, comparisons, and more

It has been years in the making, but 5G has finally become a reality. Although 5G coverage is still limited, expect to see it expand in the U.S. from now on.
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Google Pixel 6a: Release date, price, leaks, and more

Google is working on its next cheap Pixel, the Pixel 6a. Here’s everything we know so far about the Pixel 6’s cheaper sibling.
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EA is throwing in a couple more rewards for those pre-registering for Apex Legends Mobile

Since opening up for pre-registrations in March, Apex Legends Mobile has achieved millions of playing signing up to be notified of the game’s release and so EA has announced a couple of new rewards. If Apex Legends Mobile hits 15 million pre-registrants a new holospray will be unlocked, with a Pathfinder’s Sunfire Initiate skin being […]

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TAG Heuer’s latest golf smartwatch offers more help with your shots

TAG Heuer was virtually certain to follow up its Connected Calibre E4 smartwatch with a version for golf enthusiasts, and it's now clear you didn't have to wait long. The watchmaker has introduced a Calibre E4 Golf Edition that melds the updated wristwear with some matching upgrades to your experience on the fairway. Most notably, the brand has overhauled the on-watch map interface to show more of the course and your game, including the distances for the target and tracking shot.

You can also expect automatic shot tracking when you swing at the tee — the feature will eventually come to the Apple Watch app, but it's worth noting if you're determined to perfect your drive. If you pair with an iPhone, you can also use TAG Heuer's iOS app to share 3D videos of your best shots. Like you'd expect, the Golf Edition E4 has its share of game-inspired faces and a strap that not-so-subtly mimics the dimples on your ball.

This is otherwise the titanium 45mm Calibre E4 introduced in February, although that's plenty if you want a reasonably current Wear OS watch. You'll find a Snapdragon Wear 4100+ chip that promises both faster performance and 30 percent more battery life than previous models. An altimeter will help with your hiking trips, and the brighter screen will help on sunny golfing days. TAG Heuer should upgrade the watch to Wear OS 3 when it's available.

The Connected Calibre E4 Golf Edition will be available this month for $ 2,650 with three Titleist balls and a spare marker in the box. That's more than the regular titanium E4 ($ 2,550) and well above the $ 1,800 'entry' price for the watch range. But let's be honest: if you're even considering a TAG Heuer smartwatch and already devote your weekends to golf, you can likely afford to pay the premium for this variant.

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Plex’s new global search will let you find and save content from Netflix, Prime Video, Disney, and more to a single Watchlist

Subscribing to multiple streaming services means dealing with multiple watchlists and searching them individually to find that movie you want to watch but Plex may well have the answer to this particular problem. Plex has added a brand new feature called ‘Discover’ that will let you search your favorite streaming services such as Disney+, HBO […]

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EcoFlow DELTA Pro review: Take more than just your phone off the grid

We’ve reviewed tons of portable batteries and chargers here at Talk Android. We recently covered one with a huge capacity that can handle all the gadgets around your house, for example. But what if you wanted something that could charge more than just your phone or laptop. Maybe, for example, your gaming PC, or your […]

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Leaked roadmap suggests Motorola has 19 more phones in the pipeline for 2022

Having managed to snag 3rd place in the US smartphone market, Motorola would appear to be pulling out all the stops during 2022 with up to 19 new handsets scheduled for release this year. With up to 4 more models in the Motorola Edge series, plus another 15 handsets in the pipeline according to a […]

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Google’s latest Pixel Feature Drop is here with Night Sight in Snapchat, Custom Text Stickers and more

It’s three months since December which means that it’s time for the next Pixel Feature Drop to be announced by Google. This latest drop brings a bunch of new features such as Night Sight in Snapchat and Custom Text Sticks to eligible Pixel handsets from today onwards. Exciting news, yes? Well, there is one fly […]

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Apple ‘Peek performance’ spring event: M2, iPhone SE, and more

Apple’s ‘Peek performance’ spring event is expected to see the launch of a new iPhone SE 3, iPads, Mac Mini, MacBook, and more. Here’s what to expect.
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Apple update adds more antistalking tools to AirTags

Apple continues addressing its AirTags stalking problem with updates to iOS.
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Get ready to pay $20 more for Amazon Prime

Amazon has announced that its Prime subscribers in the US will soon need to pony up an extra $ 20 per year for the privilege as the retail giant attempts to offset increasing costs. The price increase will come into effect from February 18th for new subscribers and March 25th for current members. Besides the annual […]

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The Nvidia Shield TV Experience 9.0 update brings Android 11, 4K GeForce Now gaming, and more

If you have an Nvidia Shield TV device you are probably already aware that it’s received a number of software updates over the years since the first variant launched back in 2015. Nvidia has refreshed the hardware a couple of times with the 2019 and Stick models, but it has made no differentiation between the […]

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[Deal] Nova Launcher Prime is down to $0.99 on the Play Store for just a few more hours

Whether your phone is getting on in age or you aren’t a fan of the UI that the brand has saddled it with, installing a third-party launcher will go a long, long way to customizing the home screen experience to suit your preferences. One of the best-known options is Nova Launcher which is free to […]

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What to expect at CES 2022: New robots, TVs, electric trucks, and more

CES is going to look a little different this year, but there are still lots of new products and announcements in the works.
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I’ve paid for 5G for more than 2 years and it has been a complete waste of money

I signed up for a 5G contract in 2019, and now, more than two years later and despite elaborate promises, I have not seen any benefit from it at all.
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Meta is trying to find the people who created more than 39,000 phishing sites

Meta is taking legal action to disrupt a large-scale phishing campaign. On Monday, the company filed a federal lawsuit to “uncover the identities” of a group of people that created more than 39,000 websites designed to trick Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp users into coughing up their login credentials.

The company says the scammers used relay service Ngrok to redirect people to their websites in a way that allowed them to hide their actions. “This enabled them to conceal the true location of the phishing websites, and the identities of their online hosting providers and the defendants,” Meta said. Starting this past March, the company began working with the relay service to suspend “thousands” of URLs linked to the campaign.

This isn’t the first time has used the threat of legal action to try and stop a phishing campaign. In 2019 and 2020, the company filed lawsuits against OnlineNIC and Namecheap, two domain name registrars that had allowed cybersquatters to claim domains like instagrambusinesshelp.com and whatsappdownload.site. However, the scale of this campaign would appear to dwarf the ones OnlineNIC and Namecheap enabled. When Meta sued the latter company in 2020, it said it had registered 45 domains that were explicitly made to confuse people.

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Today’s best tech deals: AirPods, HP gaming PC under $600, and more

If you’re still not done with Christmas shopping, here are some of today’s best tech deals, including discounts for the AirPods and HP Pavilion Gaming Desktop.
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December’s Pixel Feature Drop is here with UWB support for the Pixel 6 Pro, Now Playing improvements, and more

It’s that time again where Google unveils a ton of new features for its Pixel smartphones and December’s Pixel Feature Drop brings the ability to access Snapchat from the lock screen, Ultra-Wideband support to the Pixel 6 Pro, and Now Playing gets a search button for those rare songs that it doesn’t manage to find. […]

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Check out FlexiSpot’s Black Friday deals on standing desks, treadmills, and more

FlexiSpot makes a range of desks, chairs, fitness equipment you can use while sitting at the desk, and other office necessities to make your home office more comfortable and convenient. Tired of having a numb posterior from sitting in the chair too long? Perhaps a standing desk will help ease the strain, or maybe you […]

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Get more Waka-waka in your life with the OnePlus Nord 2 x Pac-Man Edition for £499

Previously leaked but without images of the actual handset, the OnePlus Nord 2 x Pac-Man Edition is official and already on sale for £499. Besides the Pac-Man-themed exterior, you’ll also find a fully-customized software experience complete with games, challenges, and exclusive Pac-Man content. In terms of hardware, the Nord 2 x Pac-Man Edition sports 12GB […]

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AT&T’s Black Friday Deals are here with savings of up to $800 off the Pixel 6 Pro and more

We know it isn’t Black Friday yet but it seems that in 2021 the entirety of November is dedicated to deals and savings. AT&T is getting in on the action early with a bunch of deals and offers on post- and pre-paid services, phones, tablets, and Chromebooks. A selection of AT&T’s Black Friday deals are […]

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Google Pixel 6 Pro vs. iPhone 13 Pro: Which is more pro?

The Pixel 6 Pro is the most deluxe, feature-packed smartphone Google has ever produced, but can it rival the iPhone 13 Pro? We find out in this comparison test.
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Third-gen Oura Ring gets more temperature sensors, updated heart rate monitor

The third-generation Oura Ring smart ring has a new sensor array and a variety of new software features coming at launch and into next year.
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Apple’s iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1 bring SharePlay, camera improvements, and more

Apple is rolling out iOS 15.1 and iPadOS 15.1 with SharePlay, ProRes video for iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max, other camera improvements, and more.
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Are smartwatches and fitness trackers making us more anxious?

Modern smartwatches and fitness trackers can capture more health data than ever before, but in some cases, that data might be doing more harm than good.
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Sustainable with Google 2021: Nest Renew, traffic light efficiency, and more

Google has made a series of updates to encourage sustainable choices across its products.
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Best cheap drone deals for September 2021: DJI, Potensic, Holy Stone and more

Buying a drone? Here are answers to the most common questions and the best drone deals available right now.
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LG rejigs its loss-making mobile phone division once more, outsources low and mid-range handsets

2020 has seen LG launch the Velvet, a mid-range flagship, and the wild and wacky dual-screened Wing, but its mobile division is still losing money, which means that the brand is once again changing its mobile strategy in order to better compete with Samsung and Chinese smartphone makers. According to a company statement, LG is […]

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Android Auto is expanding to more countries in Europe, Africa, and Asia

Just because we are living in a pandemic world doesn’t mean that driving safely isn’t a priority, after all, it’s illegal to drive while using a smartphone in most countries. This is where Android Auto comes in with its ability to allow users to navigate, make and receive calls, and control their audio entertainment via […]

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The Essential team is back (without Andy Rubin) to make your phones more secure as OSOM

The team behind the Essential Phone is back at work, sort of. Essential is still gone, so don’t get your hopes up for a PH-2, but they might still have a hand in your next smartphone anyway. This time they’re focused on hardware and software security as a startup called OSOM, and they’re doing it […]

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And there’s even more bad news for Google Photos as Google rips the silver lining from future Pixel buyers

Remember when Google announced yesterday that it was pulling the free unlimited high-quality tier from Google Photos on June 1st, 2021? And current and future Pixel owners were like, well that’s one more reason to buy a Pixel? Well, they may have been both right and wrong at the same time. Anyone who buys a […]

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T-Mobile expands LTE home internet to over 130 more cities

T-Mobile’s home internet trial has come a long way from 2019, or even earlier this year. The carrier has rolled out the LTE-based service to over 130 extra cities spread around the states of Michigan, Minnesota, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylv…
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This week’s best deals: AirPods for only $100, plus more early Black Friday sales

The holiday shopping season is in full swing — and yes, we know it’s only early November. Retailers like Amazon, Walmart and Best Buy have already kicked off the first rounds of their big sale events, and there will be more to come in the lead-up to…
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Google Pay drastically expands to almost 90 more US banks

Google Pay is officially compatible with 89 more banks in the US from the last month and a half of updates, keeping up the trend of filling out its support for tons of financial institutions across the country. This brings the total amount of institutions supported to nearly 3000 for the Google Pay service, making […]

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Apple will open more Express stores to ease iPhone 12 pickups

Apple will open more walled-off “Express” stores just in time for the holiday shopping season, its retail SVP Deirdre O’Brien told Reuters. The tech giant started testing the format last month in California and has since opened 20 Express stores acro…
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‘Pokémon Go’ gets AR Mapping tasks to enable more realistic effects

Pokémon Go players may see a new tag marking some PokéStops next time they check the app. Niantic has officially launched AR Mapping tasks for level 20 Trainers and up, almost five months after the company announced that it’s launching the feature. W…
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The Morning After: Google unveiled new Pixels, Chromecast and more

Thank you, Google, for keeping your remote press conference mercifully short and to the point. Oddly, the Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a 5G phones — don’t confuse them — were given equal weighting with a new, prettier Chromecast dongle (with remote) and a new…
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Sonos sues Google for infringing on five more speaker patents

Just one day before Google's Pixel 5 reveal, Sonos has filed a new lawsuit against the search giant, alleging it has infringed five more patents. The patents cover technologies that form the basis of some of Sonos' best-known features, including its…
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Amazon is shaking up the Echo family with new designs and more features

Amazon’s annual hardware event was this past week, and they showed off a few fancy new toys and redesigns to help further integrate Alexa into your life. The Echo lineup is getting revamped, and its digital assistant is smarter than ever. Let’s talk about what’s new. Amazon Echo 4th Gen Amazon Echo is probably the […]

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Refreshed Mobvoi TicPods 2 Pro+ announced as a more premium successor

Mobvoi has announced the TicPods 2 Pro+ headphones, and we’re pretty excited. The regular TicPods 2 Pro were some pretty stellar headphones that we reviewed very recently, and these new models promise more of the same with some key improvements. Sign me up. Mobvoi TicPods 2 Pro+ The naming is a little wordy, and I […]

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Samsung’s Galaxy Z Fold 2 has bigger displays, more power, and is cheaper* than its predecessor

I’ve been a big fan of the foldable smartphone segment ever since Huawei and Samsung announced their Mate X and Galaxy Fold handsets back in February 2019. For those who love their Google apps, Samsung’s Galaxy Fold is pretty much the only game in town when it comes to foldable smartphones unless you count the […]

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Good news sports fans! The One UI 2.5 update is coming to Samsung’s Galaxy S9 and Note 9 (and a whole lot more)

When Samsung announced that it would provide three years worth of OS upgrades for handsets stretching as far back as the Galaxy S10, it would have been reasonable to assume that the Galaxy S9 had reached the end of its support schedule and that it wouldn’t receive any further significant updates. Thankfully though, the Galaxy […]

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US Cellular introducing 5G to 11 more states and adding carrier aggregation and 256 QAM to existing LTE markets

US Cellular, now America’s fourth-largest carrier after T-Mobile absorbed Sprint, is introducing 5G coverage into 11 new states, bringing the total number to 13. It is also rolling out LTE Advanced technologies to its existing LTE network. Up until now, US Cellular’s 5G network only reached parts of Iowa and Wisconsin, but the carrier is […]

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Samsung’s regular Galaxy Note 20 will reportedly cost more than ever before

How much did you pay for your last Samsung flagship smartphone? I ask because if you are planning on buying the soon-to-be-launched Galaxy Note 20 there’s a good chance that you are going to pay more than ever before. After a previous leak hinted that the Galaxy Note 20 series might launch with a more […]

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Epic Games Store summer sale discounts ‘Disco Elysium,’ ‘Control’ and more

Epic’s PC game store has kicked off a summer sale of its own — take that, Steam — and it includes a few noteworthy discounts on titles you might not have picked up yet. A game like Remedy’s shooter Control is available for 50 percent off at $ 30, whil…
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Microsoft Launcher updated to v6 complete with reduced memory use, quicker launch times, and more

Microsoft Launcher has been updated to version 6.0, which the company says has been built on a new codebase, allowing the developers to include more new features than ever plus reduced memory use, quicker launch times, and lower battery use. The Microsoft Launcher for Android was designed to make it easier to move from working […]

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WhatsApp is (finally) adding dark mode for the web and desktop, animated stickers, QR codes, and a whole lot more

After a long, long wait, WhatsApp is finally bringing dark mode to its web and desktop interfaces, along with animated stickers, QR codes, improved group video chats, and the ability to share updates on KaiOS that disappear after 24 hours. The popular messaging platform You can check out the new features in the video embedded […]

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