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What satellite navigation systems does the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4 support?

The Galaxy Z Flip 4 represents the best of what Samsung has to offer in the clamshell-style foldable space. For $1,000, you essentially get a phone that’s more refined than last year’s Galaxy Z Flip 3 in more ways than one. Not only do you get better internals, but Samsung has also made some improvements when it comes to durability. There’s a lot to...

YouTube could offer video streaming subscriptions by the end of the year

YouTube has been working on a new streaming strategy codenamed the “channel store.” According to sources, the “channel store” will be an online store for streaming services. The firm has been working on the project for at least 18 months and has contacted entertainment companies to gauge interest in participation. If everything goes to plan, the new...

Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 19044.1947 to the Release Preview channel

Today, Microsoft is releasing a new cumulative update for Windows Insiders in the Release Preview channel. Specifically, it’s for those that are still on Windows 10, also meaning those that have computers that are ineligible for Windows 11. The update being released is KB5016688, and it brings the build number to 19044.1947. As usual, it doesn’t contain...

Snapchat Plus hits 1 million paid subscribers and gets updated with new features

Snapchat Plus arrived towards the end of June, giving users the privilege of testing early and experimental features for a monthly fee. Today, Snap Inc. announced new features arriving in its August update that will bring more value to the paid service. While the new update might have several new features, most are just cosmetic. First, Plus users...

PSA: You can’t downgrade from Android 13 on Google’s latest Pixel phones

Android 13 was just released for Google’s Pixel smartphones, and you can install it right away by going to your phone’s settings and checking for an update. However, if you have a Google Pixel 6, Google Pixel 6 Pro, or a Google Pixel 6a, then be warned: trying to roll back to Android 12 after updating will trip your phone’s anti-rollback protection....

Apple releases iOS 16 beta 6 to registered developers, here’s what’s new

Apple revealed iOS 16, iPadOS 16, and macOS Ventura during the main keynote of WWDC22. This year, the iPhone got a lot of attention — particularly when it comes to its Lock Screen. Gone are the days of all iPhone Lock Screens looking like tweaked iterations of themselves. Users can now change the font, add widgets, and set wallpapers with a depth effect....

Google starts uploading Android 13 source code to AOSP

After some anticipation, Google has released the source code for Android 13. Although the release came a bit later than expected, the company has started uploading the source code to Android Open Source Project (AOSP) Git repositories. This can often take some time, often requiring hours for the update to be fully populated. As a result, be patient...

Android 13 releases today for Google Pixel smartphones

Today, Google is releasing Android 13 for Google Pixel smartphones, following months of developer previews and beta releases. It’s an update that polishes a lot of the changes that Android 12 brought to the table, while also introducing a ton of small, helpful features across the board that aims to improve privacy, security, and usability. Alongside...

Reservations are now open for Samsung’s 55-inch Odyssey Ark display

Samsung first announced the Odyssey Ark back in January during CES 2022. The massive display offered an experience like no other, mainly due to its 55-inch size paired with a 1000R curvature. The display can now be reserved through Samsung’s website before its eventual release sometime in September. The 55-inch 4K display has a resolution of 3,840...

Intel withdraws native support for DirectX 9 from Arc and Xe graphics

Intel’s long-awaited Arc GPUs are finally here but along with it some news for fans of older games. It looks like Intel will no longer be natively supporting DirectX 9 (DX9) on Arc and Xe dedicated GPUs and integrated graphics on 12th Gen processors. As reported by The Verge, Intel has quietly announced that it’s switching from hardware support for...

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