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Lilbits: Humane’s wearable Ai Pin, Google’s next foldable, and a cheap micro server with speedy wired connectivity

Earlier this year a startup called Humane demonstrated an upcoming device that’s expected to be a screenless wearable AI assistant. But when the company didn’t actually show us what it looks like or tell us when it would arrive. Now we have answers to both questions… kind of. The company partnered with Paris-based fashion house […]

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Lilbits: Pixel Fold is easily broken, easily repaired (somewhat) and would you stream Windows 11 from the cloud?

A few years ago, Microsoft introduced Windows 365 as a way to let business customers stream a Windows 11 desktop to just about any device. Now there’s evidence that the company could be planning to offer something similar for consumers… if it can convince anyone to pay to a monthly fee for the service. Windows […]

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Google Pixel Fold puts a tablet-sized screen in your pocket for $1799

Google’s first phone with a foldable display arrives in June. With a 7.6 inch interior display, the Google Pixel Fold is basically a tablet that you can fold in half and slide into your pocket. But thanks to a smaller 5.8 inch cover display you can also use the foldable phone as, well… a phone. […]

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Google releases Pixel Fold teaser, more details coming May 10

Maybe Google’s gotten tired of all the leaks about its upcoming Pixel Fold smartphone in recent months, because the company just went ahead and posted a short teaser video showing of the foldable. While the video is light on details, it confirms the phone’s design and hints that more information will be unveiled when this […]

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Lilbits: Netflix is ending the DVD-by-mail service you didn’t know it still had (plus Pixel Fold and Apple XR headset leaks)

Netflix pretty much launched the streaming video revolution when it introduced its subscription-based streaming movies and TV shows over the internet in 2007. But the company got its start in 1998 when it launched something a bit more old-school: a DVD-by-mail subscription service that was designed to compete with BlockBuster Video rather than broadcast and […]

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Reports: Google Pixel 7a launches May 10 for $499

Google’s next mid-range smartphone may be a little less mid-range thanks to a slight price hike. According to a report from 9to5Google, the upcoming Google Pixel 7a will be priced at $499, which is a $50 hike over the price of last year’s Pixel 6a. But Google is said to be packing plenty of upgrades […]

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Lilbits: It’s Pixel leak season (Pixel 7a, Pixel 8 Pro, and Pixel Fold)

Yesterday we saw hands-on photos of the Google Pixel 7a, a mid-range phone that Google hasn’t even announced yet. Today we’ve got a whole bunch of additional Pixel leaks. WinFuture reports that the Pixel 7a and the long-awaited Google Pixel Fold could go on sale in Europe as soon as the second week of June […]

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Lilbits: Pixel Fold images leaked, Intel’s desktop roadmap leaked

Google’s been working on a foldable phone for quite some time (possibly several phones, as rumor has it that the company has scrapped a few models and started over). But according to the latest rumors, Google could launch a Pixel Fold in May, 2023. Now we have a better idea of what it could look […]

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Lilbits: Is this the Pixel Fold?

Google is widely believed to be working on its first smartphone with a foldable OLED display. While the company hasn’t officially confirmed anything, details have been leaking for more than a year, and it would certainly make sense – the company has put a lot of effort recently into making Android an operating system that […]