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Samsung’s Galaxy S22 could be smaller than the S21 in more than one way

The Samsung Galaxy S22 series will likely launch in just a few months, and the rumor mill is well underway. Last month, a leak revealed that the Galaxy S22 Ultra might use the same zoom cameras as the Galaxy S20 Ultra, and an even more recent leak has tipped both the S22 and the S22+ to feature a 50MP GN5 camera and the Exynos 2200 chipset. Now, noted...

Grab a Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ for just £577 right now (£122 off)

Samsung released a set of high-end Android tablets earlier this year with two models, the Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7+. We called the Galaxy Tab S7+ “a visually breathtaking experience” in our review, and it’s a fantastic device (though not without its own pitfalls). Now it’s on sale on Amazon in the U.K. for just £577, a whopping £122 off, and its lowest...

The best laptops for photo editing: HP Spectre, MacBook, and more!

If you look around for a new laptop to buy today, you’ll find no shortage of options to choose from. There are many fantastic laptops on the market from all kinds of different companies and for all kinds of users. Even if you have a specific use case in mind, you’ll likely have a lot of options too. We’ve previously rounded up the best laptops for content...

Get the Samsung 980 Pro 1TB for its lowest price ever in the U.K.

Samsung launched its fastest M.2 SSD, the 980 Pro, last year and is now selling the 1TB variant at its lowest price ever in the U.K. You can now grab the 1TB model from Amazon U.K. for just £134.99, its lowest price ever on the site. For reference, a 2TB Samsung 980 Pro costs more than two of the 1TB devices put together, and with room to spare. The...

Canadians can now use the Pixel 5’s “Hold For Me” feature to stay on the line

Alongside the launch of the Google Pixel 5 and the Google Pixel 4a 5G last year, the company debuted a new Pixel-exclusive feature called “Hold for Me”. It activates once you call a business and get put on hold, and you can either choose to stay on hold, and wait and stay attentive for when you finally connect to a person on the other end, or you can...

The complete specs of the Surface Go 3 leak with no surprises

Next week, Microsoft is going to be holding a big hardware event, where it’s expected to announce the Surface Book 4, the Surface Pro 8, a new Surface Pro X, the Surface Duo 2, and the Surface Go 3. Probably the least exciting of the bunch is the Surface Go 3, but thanks to WinFuture, the entire spec sheet has leaked. Also, it’s exactly what we were...

Windows 11 deep dive: Checking out the Widgets pane

Windows 11 is just a few weeks away. The release date is set for October 5th, and soon many of us will be using the brand-new operating system. If you’re a Windows Insider, you’re probably already aware of the many new features already available in preview. But for everyone else, we’re here to help. As we approach the official release, we’re going to...

Lenovo Chromebook Duet 5 vs HP Chromebook x2 11: Battle of the Chrome OS tablets

HP recently unveiled the new Chromebook x2 11, available from Best Buy and HP’s own website. The Chromebook x2 11 appears to have kicked off a wave of new Chrome OS tablets. If you’re in the market for a Chrome OS tablet, you now have more options than ever before. Lenovo just released their own large-screen contender in the Chrome OS space, the Chromebook...

Android 11’s auto-reset permissions feature is coming to older OS versions

With Android 11, Google introduced auto-revoking permissions that barred unused apps from accessing sensitive permissions granted by the user. While this privacy feature currently remains exclusive to Android 11 and above devices, it will soon be trickling down to older versions of Android — all the way back to Android 6.0. Today, Google announced...

Windows 11 deep dive: Snap Layouts and Snap Groups

We’re quickly approaching October 5th, which is the release date for Windows 11. Soon, many of us will be using this new operating system, and there’s quite a bit that’s new if you’ve been using Windows 10. If you’re a Windows Insider, you’re probably aware of the many new features already available in preview. But for everyone else, we’re here to help...

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