Having previously promised that its debut smartphone would be announced sometime during July, Nothing has finally put a date on the launch event. July 16th is the date on which the Phone (1) will be unveiled, packing in such things as the Nothing Launcher, custom icons, and widgets, as well as an unspecified Snapdragon processor. […]
Come comment on this article: There’s officially Nothing to see on July 12th at 11 AM ET/4 PM BST
It’s been a little while since Nothing officially revealed that it would be launching its very first smartphone something during the summer of ’22 and while the Nothing Launcher (Beta) has been unveiled, little has been said of the phone itself. Until now. Today brings the next drip in the road to hyping up the […]
Come comment on this article: Carl Pei reveals a couple of details on the Phone (1) design but there’s Nothing much to see here
It’s bad enough that we have a global chip shortage that never seems to end but now it seems that there may be a case of industrial sabotage against Nothing. Having published a blog post complimenting his team on the performance of the company’s first product, the Ears (1), Nothing’s CEO went on to accuse […]
Come comment on this article: There’s much ado about Nothing as Carl Pei claims a ‘major’ company attacked the supply chain
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 […]
Come comment on this article: And there’s even more bad news for Google Photos as Google rips the silver lining from future Pixel buyers
Samsung’s One UI 3.0 beta program for the Galaxy S20 (and other models) is currently on the go and new improved firmware has just begun rolling out with bug fixes galore. The latest One UI 3.0 firmware, based on Android 11 of course, carries build number G98xxKSU1ZTK7 and is now being sent out via OTA. […]
Come comment on this article: There’s a new One UI 3.0 beta firmware rolling out to the Galaxy S20 with bugfixes galore
With COVID-19 still on the rise in many parts of the world, people everywhere are looking for new ways to adequately disinfect common surfaces. Smart devices have always been tricky to clean, as you can’t just dip them in hot water and give them a scrub, nor can you spray just any disinfectant solution on […]
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With the mid-range segment more crowded than ever before, we thought it was time to take a look at a phone that will likely sell in big numbers across the world; Samsung’s Galaxy A51. With a restrained but still attractive design, the A51 features quadruple rear cameras, an AMOLED display with a centrally located punch-hole […]
Come comment on this article: Samsung Galaxy A51 review: Doctor, there’s a fly in this ointment
Reverse wireless charging has been a big selling point in phones for the last couple years. It’s almost a staple in any current top-shelf phone, and for good reason; it’s convenient. Regular wireless charging is even more common at this point. But it might become a little more widespread soon, thanks to a new certification […]
Come comment on this article: NFC is now approved to do wireless charging, but there’s a catch
Everything is a subscription service nowadays, so frankly it's a surprise it's taken so long for the Harry Potter franchise to get in on the action, but that it has, in the form of Wizarding World Gold. The 12-month sub includes a whole bunch of magi…
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The Razer Phone 2 has seen some steep discounts lately, but normally the price drops come with some hoops to jump through, like activating it at a specific retailer through a specific carrier. If you don’t want to deal with those headaches, though, now’s the time to jump on the phone. It’s on a pretty […]
Come comment on this article: The Razer Phone 2 is still half off, and there’s no strings attached this time
Got a few seconds to spare? Open the Google homepage and search for "Thanos." Then, click the Infinity Gauntlet that appears in the supervillain's Knowledge Graph card. As 9to5Google and others have spotted, the armored glove will snap for a hot-seco…
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Samsung’s Galaxy Note line is no stranger to battery problems, and unfortunately, the Galaxy Note 8 is still running into issues. Don’t get too alarmed, though, since these batteries are simply failing, not exploding. The long and short of the situation is that sometimes when a Galaxy Note 8 fully discharges its battery, it won’t […]
Come comment on this article: Samsung admits there’s a flaw with the Galaxy Note 8’s battery
Since launching two years ago, YouTube Kids has grown up a lot and become a go-to destination for families around the world. With over 30 billion views in the app to date and over 8 million active viewers enjoying the app each week, it’s been exciting to see kids fall in love with the storytelling and videos from our amazing global creators. From DIY tutorials and language learning to science experiments, magic tricks and animated shows, there truly is something for every family to explore!
Our Original Content team under Susanne Daniels is adding four new Original series to YouTube Red, created especially with the YouTube Kids app in mind. These new series will feature top creators: DanTDM , Joe and Cody of TheAtlanticCraft, popular tween music act L2M, and Fruit Ninja. This marks the first time YouTube Red has invested in creators who are producing original programming for family audiences. These series will debut starting in the spring. Additional shows are in development and will premiere throughout 2017.
The first of the new original series launching starting this spring include:
But the fun doesn’t stop there … YouTube Kids is coming soon to Smart TVs. Parents and kids often enjoy watching their favorite family programming on a big screen, so it’s a natural next step for the app to be available directly from the big screen in your home! The YouTube Kids app will be available soon for download on a number of internet-connected LG and Samsung Smart TVs.
As kids continue to grow up, we’re excited to grow up with them. It’s important that kids are able to explore what they love in the app, while we also continue to put parents in the driver’s seat to choose what is right for their family.
From engaging new shows to being able to watch in your living room, our 2nd birthday is shaping up to be a memorable one. We’re looking forward to all the other new things 2017 will bring. From our screen to yours. …
Malik Ducard, YouTube’s Global Head of Family and Learning, recently watched “A Pep Talk from Kid President.”
Honor, the smartphone brand known for high quality devices with low price tags, may be about to announce its first smartwatch. Potentially called the S1, it’s expected on October 18.
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Electronic Arts is changing. Many of the massive publisher-developer's myriad studios will now be assembled under one figurative roof at EA Worldwide Studios. Describing the change, EA CEO and part-time Mirror's Edge villain Andrew Wilson says it "wi…
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Samsung’s bringing its $ 350 Gear 360 camera to the US, but there’s a catch: orders are limited to attendees of VidCon in Anaheim, California. It’s also revamping its Milk VR application.
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The newest manifestation of the anti-missile defense system? A drone death ray device built by technologists in the United Kingdom that is capable of knocking unmanned aerial vehicles clear out of the sky.
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