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PocketBook InkPad X Pro is a 10.3 inch E Ink tablet with an Android-based operating system

The upcoming PocketBook InkPad X Pro is an eBook reader with a 10.3 inch black and white E Ink display and support for touch and pen input thanks to a Wacom stylus. It’s also one of the first devices from PocketBook to feature an operating system based on Android, which opens the possibility of installing third-party apps […]

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FCC’s “Nutrition Labels” for US broadband providers will help comparison shoppers (assuming there’s any competition)

The US Federal Communications Commission has adopted new rules that will require broadband internet service providers to “display easy-to-understand labels” that will make it easier for people to know what the companies are actually offering and how much service will cost. Basically these are the equivalent of the nutrition labels that you see on food […]

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Lilbits: Xiaomi Box 4K (2nd-gen) leaked, Pico 4 VR headset could be a Meta Quest 2 killer (but probably not)

Chinese electronics company Xiaomi is a giant in select markets including China and India, but the company has a more limited presence in United States, where Xiaomi doesn’t sell phones. But Xiaomi does sell media streamers and a handful of other devices in the US. So there’s a chance that the new 2nd-gen Xiaomi Box […]

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Lilbits: iPhone 14 Pro benchmarks, Google Fi expands global 5G coverage, Amazon’s next tablet may not be for you

Apple introduced the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro smartphone lineup this week, and while the Pro models have better cameras, they’re also the first to ship with the new Apple A16 Bionic chip manufactured using a 4nm process. So how much better is it than the A15 Bionic chip used in the non-Pro model […]