Apple expands Self Repair Program to Europe

Apple launched the self-service repair program in the United States in April. And, as promised, the company has now expanded the program to Europe. Customers in Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Poland, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom can now purchase genuine Apple parts and tools through this program. Continue reading “Apple expands Self Repair Program to Europe”

Philips launches new Dolby Atmos soundbars in India

Philips TAB8947 Soundbar

Philips has launched two new soundbars in India today, the TAB8947 and TAB7807. The soundbars are said to provide a more immersive cinematic experience with crystal-clear audio, and their wireless subwoofer provides more bass. Both soundbars include a wireless subwoofer and Dolby Atmos technology. Continue reading “Philips launches new Dolby Atmos soundbars in India”

Google Pixel Fold with Tensor G2 SoC surfaces in benchmarks

A few weeks ago, the renders of the Pixel Fold surfaced online, and now we have some more details about this upcoming foldable. The Pixel Fold, which might have an internal codename of “Felix,” has appeared on the Geekbench website. Continue reading “Google Pixel Fold with Tensor G2 SoC surfaces in benchmarks”

vivo Y02 with 6.51″ HD+ display, 5000mAh battery launched in India

vivo has launched the Y02, the company’s latest budget smartphone in the Y series, in India, after the Indonesian launch a few days ago. It has a 6.51-inch HD+ display and is powered by an unspecified SoC, which according to previous rumours is Helio P22. Continue reading “vivo Y02 with 6.51″ HD+ display, 5000mAh battery launched in India”

Nothing has sold over 1 million goods worldwide to date

London-based startup Nothing is gaining popularity among consumers, and its founder Carl Pei has stated that the company has sold over 1 million goods worldwide to date, with the Ear 1 earphones selling 600,000 units and the Phone 1 shipping 500,000 units. During a CNBC interview, the founder stated this and indicated that the company intends to offer Nothing devices to the US market. Continue reading “Nothing has sold over 1 million goods worldwide to date”

India Smart TV shipments up by 38% YoY in Q3 2022

Counterpoint Research has released shipment figures for smart TVs in India for the third quarter of 2022. The research report claims that during that time, the volume of smart TV shipments increased 38% year over year. Continue reading “India Smart TV shipments up by 38% YoY in Q3 2022”

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 could get a larger cover screen

Foldables are now a hot topic in the smartphone industry, with a slew of new models hitting the market in recent months. Despite this, Samsung has dominated the global market due to a wider availability of its foldables. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5 could get a larger cover screen”

Lenovo K14 Note and K14 spotted on Google Play console

Lenovo is preparing to launch two new smartphones in its budget-friendly K series. The Lenovo K14 and the Lenovo K14 Note, two new Lenovo K-series devices, have been discovered on the Google Play console, revealing key specifications as well as front-facing images. Continue reading “Lenovo K14 Note and K14 spotted on Google Play console”

Sony Audio Days sale: Up to 60% off on select products

Sony, a forerunner in audio products, has announced a new Audio Days promotion. Sony’s portable Bluetooth speakers, neckbands, earphones, TWS earbuds, and soundbars are all on sale at attractive prices. Continue reading “Sony Audio Days sale: Up to 60% off on select products”

Samsung Galaxy M04 with 6.5″ display surfaces on Google Play Console

The Samsung Galaxy M04, a new entry-level device in Samsung’s M series, is expected to be announced soon. This smartphone was discovered on Google Play’s console listing and Samsung India’s website with the model number SM-M045F/DS. The listing on Google Play revealed some key specifications, as well as the device’s front design. Continue reading “Samsung Galaxy M04 with 6.5″ display surfaces on Google Play Console”

OnePlus to offer 4 Android OS updates, 5 years of security updates to select phones from 2023

The disparity between one smartphone and another is becoming increasingly narrow. As a result, smartphone OEMs are strengthening their software ecosystems in order to attract users. Many brands have been promoting their environmental sustainability in recent years, offering longer software support so that a user can use it for a longer period of time. Continue reading “OnePlus to offer 4 Android OS updates, 5 years of security updates to select phones from 2023”

Sony mocopi for real-time full-body tracking announced

Sony has announced the Mocopi, a new wearable motion tracker that captures real-time motion input that can be applied to real-time AR services such as VRChat. These are small and light sensors that will be used to animate avatars in various metaverse apps on Android and iPhone devices. Continue reading “Sony mocopi for real-time full-body tracking announced”

Gmail and Calendar apps for WearOS expected soon

Google has been working hard to improve WearOS since the release of the Pixel Watch. According to a new report from 9to5Google, Google has been testing Gmail and Calendar for Wear OS via the Pixel Watch. This appears to be excellent news for WearOS users. Continue reading “Gmail and Calendar apps for WearOS expected soon”

India becomes the biggest smartwatch market globally in Q3 2022

Counterpoint has published a global smartwatch shipment report for Q3 2022, claiming that the market has increased by 30% year-on-year despite inflation since the beginning of this year. The research also highlights the significant growth of the Indian smartwatch market, which attained 171% YoY growth to become the biggest smartwatch market in the world. Continue reading “India becomes the biggest smartwatch market globally in Q3 2022”

TRAI to use AI, ML to curb spam calls, messages

Today, TRAI has announced the implementation of a blockchain-based ecosystem (Distributed Ledger Technology, or DLT) to combat Unsolicited Commercial Communication (UCC). UCC is a major source of inconvenience for the public and infringes on individuals’ privacy. This was first proposed by TRAI back in 2018. Continue reading “TRAI to use AI, ML to curb spam calls, messages”