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Xiaomi Mix Fold 2 is thinner than the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4, but won’t be sold in North America

Xiaomi’s latest foldable phone is basically a tablet with flagship-class specs and a flexible 8.02 inch display that folds in half to reveal a 6.56 inch cover screen. In other words, the Xiaomi Mix Fold 2 is a lot like Samsung’s new Galaxy Z Fold4, which also launched this week, except that Xiaomi’s phone is […]

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Lilbits: Steam Deck supports 4,500+ PC games, Samsung Galaxy Watch5 launched, and Microsoft makes porting x86 apps to Windows on ARM easier

Valve’s Steam Deck is a handheld gaming computer that ships with a Linux-based operating system called Steam OS. But while most PC games are designed to run on Windows, many of them are also playable on the Steam Deck either because developers have ported them to the platform or because Valve’s Proton compatibility software allows […]

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Moto Tab G62 is a mid-range Android tablet with a 10.6 inch display and Snapdragon 680

More than a decade ago, Motorola was one of the first companies to make an Android tablet. But the company has largely stayed out of the tablet space in recent years. That changed last year with the launch of a Moto Tab G20 budget tablet for the Indian market, which was later followed up with […]

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GPD XP Plus is now shipping (modular handheld game console with Dimensity 1200, WiFi 6, and Android)

The GPD XP is an Android-powered handheld gaming device featuring a 6.8 inch touchscreen display surrounded by came controllers – but the controller on the right side is modular, allowing you to swap out controls depending on the type of game you’re playing. When GPD first launched the XP handheld last year, it was powered […]

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Use Meta Portal smart displays as a second screen with Duet Display app

Rumor has it that Facebook’s parent company Meta has been rethinking its smart display strategy. While the company’s Portal line of displays were originally positioned as Alexa-enabled consumer devices for making Facebook Messenger video calls without a PC, the future of the lineup could be enterprise tools for video conferencing. But that doesn’t mean that Meta […]

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PGPP is a privacy-first wireless carrier that won’t share your data (because they don’t have it)

Most wireless carriers track your cellphone usage by keeping tying your location and data use to your phone’s unique ISMI (International Mobile Subscriber Identity) number. But a new privacy-first wireless carrier is doing things differently. INVISV’s new PGPP (Pretty Good Phone Privacy) not only doesn’t track your data usage… it’s designed to make it difficult […]

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LattePanda 3 Delta single-board PC with Celeron N5015 is now available for $279

The LattePanda 3 Delta is a single-board computer with a 10-watt Intel Celeron N5105 quad-core processor, an Arduino Leonardo co-processor, 8GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, and support for Windows or Linux. First launched last year through a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign, the little computer is now available for purchase from the DFRobot shop, where you […]

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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip4 pairs better hardware with a familiar design

Samsung’s new Galaxy Z Flip4 looks nearly identical to last year’s Flip3. Both are modern flip-phones with a foldable 6.7 inch, 120 Hz AMOLED primary display that bends at the middle allowing you to snap the phone closed and slide it in a pocket or handbag. Both have 1.9 inch AMOLED cover displays that allow you […]

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 brings display, camera, and processor improvements

The Samsung Galaxy Z Fold4 is all the things you’d expect from a modern flagship phone. It has a speedy processor, high quality cameras, plenty of RAM and storage, a waterproof design and a big 6.2 inch AMOLED display with a 120 Hz refresh rate. And that’s just what you see before you unfolded the phone. […]