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The Wonderful iPad Mini Once Again Pops Up Its Sporadic Head
There's something I find endearing about the iPad mini. Perhaps it's the fact that Apple seemingly almost killed it at one point. Or that they've unquestionably neglected it at times over the years.
Samsung is bringing its One UI design to its Windows laptops
Samsung is bringing its One UI 4 mobile interface design to its Galaxy Book series of Windows laptops.
One UI 4 beta coming to Galaxy Z Fold3 and Z Flip3
Shortly after giving us a detailed look at One UI 4 via official promo videos Samsung announced via its Members forum that it's bringing One UI 4 open beta to its Galaxy Z Fold3 and Z Flip3.
Samsung Galaxy M33 5G Likely To Launch In 2022; Rebranded Galaxy A33?
Samsung announced the Galaxy M32 5G back in August in India. Now, the South Korean brand is expected to bring the successor of the Galaxy M32 dubbed the Galaxy M33 5G.
Samsung Galaxy A03 Case Renders Leak Revealing Possible Design
The South Korean tech giant Samsung is all set to take the wraps off the Galaxy A03, a new entry-level offering soon.
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE Support Page Goes Live Again; Launch Imminent?
Samsung Galaxy S21 FE is one of the most speculated phones from the popular South Korean company.
Google Pixel 6, Pixel 6 Pro get all advertised features with the latest software update
The Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro introduced last week will start shipping tomorrow, and once you are done setting up yours, you'll have to install a software update on your smartphone to get all the advertised features, including Magic Eraser.
Adobe brings new Creative Cloud apps to M1 Macs and the web
Today is the first day of Adobe Max 2021, the software-as-a-service company's annual conference where it announces major features for Creative Cloud products like Photoshop.
Yubico's NFC security keys now connect over USB-C, too
Because of its power delivery, high transfer rates, and Thunderbolt capabilities, USB-C has become ubiquitous on modern devices. The European Union even wants to force the use of USB-C.