Vivo Y77e goes official with Dimensity 810 and 5000mAh battery

It has been a while since the latest Vivo smartphones came to the flagship market. That, if you’re not considering the iQOO 10 series as part of Vivo’s ecosystem. Anyway, the company has been focusing on the mid-range and low-end segments in the past few months. But we may see a Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 […]

Telegram Update Introduces Emoji Platform, Premium Gifting

A new update is rolling out to Telegram today and it is all about emoji. If you love emoji, custom emoji, animated emoji, or any other type of emoji, you are in for a special treat. Telegram announced its new Emoji Platform “where anyone can upload custom packs with unique art styles and characters for […]

The First Early Galaxy Watch 5 Pro Review is Here

Of the two new Galaxy Watch 5 models announced, the Galaxy Watch 5 Pro is the one we’re most interested in. Not only is Samsung marketing it as an “outdoors” watch for the active type, they also gave it “Pro” name, as if it packs a number of extra features over the regular model. We […]

We Have a #The100 Limited Edition Nothing Phone (1)!

The StockX or “DropX Exclusive” listing that allowed folks to bid on a limited edition run of 100 Nothing Phone (1) units ended way back in June. We were one of the top 100 bids and have been somewhat-patiently waiting for our unit to arrive. Since we weren’t blessed with a review unit from Nothing, […]

Apple expect to maintain strong iPhone sales despite the crisis

Apple has asked manufacturing partners to release at least as many iPhones as in 2021. Hoping to maintain demand from wealthy buyers and reduce competition – even against the backdrop of a global economic downturn. The tech giant ordered a total production of 90 million iPhones from assemblers despite worsening forecasts for the smartphone market. […]

Xiaomi CyberOne Humanoid Robot Challenges Tesla Optimus

There are a few companies that think the future belongs to robots. Of course, the latter will have only one purpose, that is, to help people. But for this, they should have their intelligence, Artificial intelligence. And if so, who knows how this ends? Anyway, those companies regularly demonstrate their achievements or talk about their […]

South Korea, EU frowns at the U.S. electric vehicle tax credit plan

The European Union and South Korea have expressed concern over a proposed U.S. tax credit program for electric vehicle purchases. They say it “discriminates” against foreign-made cars and violates World Trade Organization (WTO) rules. The U.S. Senate passed the $430 billion Inflation Reduction Act last week, announcing that it would remove the $7,500 cap on […]