Vivo Y70t announced with Exynos 880 and 4,500mAh battery

Vivo is well known for launching multiple variants under a specific moniker. The company has more than six Vivo X60 series, a multitude of Vivo Y32 smartphones, and now is adding yet another Vivo Y70 smartphone to the family – The Vivo Y70t. Despite the Vivo Y70t moniker, the new smartphone packs identical specifications to […]

OnePlus resumes Android 12 Developer Preview program for OnePlus 9 series

OnePlus is well known for following Google closely with every newer Android version. The company is taking more time to update its smartphones now that it has a larger portfolio. However, as far as the most recent flagships are concerned, they should keep receiving new Android updates firstly and fastly. Shortly after the OnePlus 9 […]

Poll: Do Monthly Android Updates Matter to You?

Owning an Android phone used to mean a guessing game over whether or not you would receive updates and for how long. Thankfully, that has changed quite a bit in part because there are fewer players to try to understand, but also because the few remaining companies making phones have been clearer with their schedules. […]

Xiaomi’s new earthquake monitoring feature use sensors and AI algorithms

Xiaomi has since developed an earthquake warning system that alerts users of an impending quake. Recently, the company announced that this feature is now available in 25 provinces across China. Xiaomi claims that since the launch of the earthquake early warning function, it has successfully warned more than 35 earthquakes of magnitude 4.0 or higher. Today, […]

Fancy New Philips Hue App Version 4.0 is Rolling Out

Philips Hue users, big news for you today. The developers behind the Philips Hue app are pushing version 4.0 out to iOS and Android users this week, complete with all sorts of new goodies. According to the Hue blog, users can look forward to an updated look and feel for the app, complete with faster […]

Future of the Pixel Buds (2nd Gen) Sounds Not Good

With the release of the Pixel Buds A-Series today, it’s fair to wonder if the new Google earbuds are plagued with the same connectivity issues as the Pixel Buds (2nd Gen). Early reviews seem to suggest that there aren’t the substantial problems that many witnessed with the 2nd gen model and that is because of […]

Google Pixel Buds A-Series Arrive at $99

After f*cking up and briefly announcing them a few weeks back, Google officially revealed the Pixel Buds A-Series today, a cheaper pair of true wireless earbuds. Starting at $99.99, these could be yours in a couple of weeks if you like earbuds in white or green. Google says the Pixel Buds A-Series feature 12mm dynamic […]

OnePlus: Let’s Try That Android 12 Beta Again, Shall We?

OnePlus has a new Android 12 beta build for OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro owners, with the hope being that this build won’t brick a bunch of phones. Oops. As we all know, flashing these builds is done so with plenty of risk and OnePlus makes that very clear on their forums. If you […]

Twitter Blue Arrives in Canada and Australia With a Few Paid Features

Twitter announced Twitter Blue today, a subscription version of Twitter that adds a couple of extra features onto your experience. For now, Twitter Blue is limited to Canada and Australia, but I’d imagine the plan is to roll this out quite widely over the coming months. With Twitter Blue, users can choose to pay $3.49 […]