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Lilbits: iPhone 13, Microsoft Start, and hacking the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 cover display

Apple has scheduled an event for next week, where the company is expected to unveil the iPhone 13. It’s likely that a next-gen Apple Watch with a larger screen will also be revealed, and we may see new AirPods as well. Next-gen MacBook Pro laptops with Apple Silicon are also expected this year, but they […]

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News roundup: PinePhone keyboard, mainline Linux kernel, and Waydroid

Development of the PinePhone keyboard has just about wrapped up, and this accessory for the $150 Linux-friendly phone should be available soon for around $50. The hardware has been finalized and sent out to a number of folks for testing, and megi has created open source firmware for the keyboard that will be loaded at […]

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Linux smartphone news roundup: Waydroid, postmarketOS, Phosh, and MauKit updates

A better method for running Android apps on Linux phones is now working on the PinePhone. More independent reviews of the JingPad A1 Linux tablet are coming in. A new service pack brings improvements to the latest stable build of the postmarketOS Linux distribution. And in this latest Linux smartphone news roundup, there are a […]

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Lilbits: Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 will support an S-Pen, no new Galaxy Note this year

Samsung is holding an event on August 11th, when the company will unveil its next-gen foldable smartphones, widely expected to be the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold3 (the latest phone with a screen that unfolds to become the size of a small tablet) and the Galaxy Z Flip3 (the latest Samsung flip-phone with a flexible display […]

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WayDroid lets you run Android apps on Linux phones (with smoother performance than Anbox)

Smartphones are basically pocket-sized computers running mobile-friendly operating systems. And folks who want to run a free and open source GNU/Linux distribution on their phones get the advantages of a hackable, customizable OS that can run desktop Linux applications as well as mobile apps. But the selection of mobile-optimized Linux apps is still rather small, […]