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Two New Galaxy Book Laptops Get Leaked Ahead of Samsung's Upcoming Unpacked Event

The Samsung leaks just keep coming. Following recent rumors about the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite, Samsung’s Galaxy Book Pro and Galaxy Book Pro 360 have just been spotted in recently discovered renders. Read more...
Tags: Samsung, Samsung Mobile Phones, Consumer Electronics, Snapdragon 8cx, Computing, Best Buy, Technology Internet, Nvidia, Draftsamsung Unpacked Event, Evan Blass, Laptop, Samsung Electronics, Qualcomm, Videotelephony, Snapdragon 8cx Processors, Samsung Galaxy Book


New Leaks Give Us a Peek at Samsung's Next Tablet

While Samsung isn’t expected to officially announce the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite until sometime in June, new leaked images have seemingly just given us a peek at Samsung’s next tablet a couple of months early. Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Samsung, Tablet Computers, Samsung Electronics, Qualcomm, Home Appliances, Consumer Electronics, Tab, Samsung Galaxy, Evan Blass, Technology Internet, Galaxy Tab S, Samsung Galaxy Tab Series, Qualcomm Snapdragon 750g Chip, Qualcomm Snapdragon 750g


The New Microsoft Surface 4 Embraces Both Intel and AMD

Microsoft’s Surface 4 laptops are finally here, and compared to its Surface 3 options, the company has expanded the number of available options—yes, that includes AMD-based models, as previous rumors suggested. The AMD models start at $999 while the Intel models start at $1,299.Read more...
Tags: Science, Microsoft, Zen, Intel, Microsoft Surface, Amd, Laptops, Consumer Electronics, Intel Core, New Microsoft, Ultrabooks, RYZEN, Dell Laptops, Surface Laptop 3, Tiger Lake, Classes Of Computers


Roku's New Rechargeable Voice Remote Pro Is Almost Perfect—With One Major Catch

Roku’s forthcoming Voice Remote Pro is a fantastic rechargeable solution that kicks disposable batteries to the curb. But for everything I love about it, it still has one major flaw: its charging port.Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Disney, Apple TV, Netflix, Computing, Roku, Remote Control, Internet Television, Consumer Electronics, Information and Communications Technology, Now, Assistive Technology, Digital Media Players, Television Technology, Technology Internet






Tribit's Versatile, Long-Lasting New Bluetooth Speaker Has a Weird Flaw

There’s a lot to like about Tribit’s new flagship Bluetooth speaker. At just 7 inches tall, the StormBox Pro is highly portable. It also sits in that sweet spot between being big enough to have some solidly loud sound, but also small enough that you could definitely fit it in a backpack or tote bag. But for some of…Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Bluetooth, Best Buy, Anker, Science and Technology, Consumer Electronics, Ue Boom, Loudspeaker, Tribit, Telecommunications Engineering, Technology Internet, Speaker Of The House Of Commons


LG Pledges Three Years of OS Updates After It Stops Making New Phones

LG will continue to provide operating system updates for its mobile phones over the next three years, even after the company stops making phones entirely by July of this year, according to an announcement posted on LG’s website. And that’s good news for anyone who recently bought an LG phone or may be thinking of…Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Smartphone, Smartphones, Mobile Phones, Lg, Consumer Electronics, LG Electronics, Stylo, LG UX, LG K Series, Lg G Series, Technology Internet


THX's First Consumer Gadget Is a Tiny Headphone Amp That Will Have You Embracing Wires Again

THX is a brand synonymous with sound, best known for its eardrum-tickling deep note trailer played before movies in theaters. For years, THX has partnered with hardware makers, lending its expertise in sound to improve the audio capabilities of everything from smartphones to laptops, and now the company is finally…Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Spotify, Science, Technology, Disney, Tesla, Netflix, Headphones, Sony, Philips, Lucasfilm, Consumer Electronics, Onyx, THX, Audio Engineering


The surprisingly complex mechanism inside of a coffee drink carton

If you're never seen Big Clive's YouTube channel, you're welcome. Clive is like the Bob Ross of (usually) electronics teardown videos. With his gentle, chill demeanor and pleasant Scottish accent, Clive peeks under the hood of common and obscure electronics to find out how they work, to reveal bad, sometimes dangerous, designs, and just to have a fun poke around. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, Video, News, Teardowns, Consumer Electronics, Youtubers, Clive, Bob Ross, BigClive


Up Your Running Game With an $18 Pair of Wireless Earbuds With Live Coaching

JVC AE Wireless Earbuds with Live Coaching | $18 | SideDealRead more...
Tags: Amazon, Science, Sports, Noise, Jvc, VHS, Consumer Electronics, Electronics Industry, Audio Electronics, Technology Internet, Jvckenwood




This Stick-On Gadget Solves Wireless Charging's Biggest Problem

Wireless chargers have a dark secret that’s never addressed in the brochures and other promotional materials: You still have to deal with wires. But with Humanscale’s new NeatCharge wireless charger, at least those cords are hidden away out of sight underneath a desk or table. Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Equipment, Smartphone, Smartphones, Computing, Desk, Ikea, Consumer Electronics, Humanscale, Inductive Charging, Wireless Energy Transfer, Technology Internet




Acer's Sleek Predator Triton 300 SE Manages to Both Wow and Underwhelm

From the moment Acer announced its redesigned Predator Triton 300 SE at CES, I was hooked on the new look. That stereotypical black-and-red (or sometimes blue, to spice it up) “gaming look” can be aggressive, and it’s also totally obnoxious and uninspired these days. There are a lot of older gamers who’d appreciate…Read more...
Tags: Science, Asus, Samsung, Acer, Amd, Laptops, Products, Consumer Electronics, Intel Core, Ultrabooks, Intel Turbo Boost, Zenbook, Red Dead Redemption 2, Acer Predator, Convertible Laptops, Dell Laptops








Samsung Might Have Another Reason Not to Make a New Galaxy Note This Year

Late last year, rumors started swirling that the expansion of stylus support across Samsung’s Galaxy phones might herald the demise of the Galaxy Note, but now Samsung just revealed another reason it might not make a new version of its iconic big-screen phone in 2021. Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Samsung, Smartphones, Mobile Phones, Tablet Computers, Phablets, Samsung Electronics, Galaxy, Consumer Electronics, Samsung Galaxy, Hwang, Business Finance, Koh Dong jin, Samsung Mobile Phones, Samsung Galaxy Note Series








Cassette Tape Inventor Lou Ottens Has Passed Away

The inventor of the cassette tape, Lou Ottens, has passed away, according to De Telegraaf. He was 94 years old.Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Ipod, Sony, Henry Rollins, Cassette Tape, Philips, Science and Technology, Digital Audio, Consumer Electronics, Mixtape, Thurston Moore, Ian MacKaye, Human Interest, Cd Player, Tape Recording


Nothing's Concept One Earbud Is Simple and Refreshingly Retro

Nothing isn’t expected to have its first product ready for sale until later this summer, but today the company is giving people a peek at what its future gadgets might look like with the Concept One wireless earbuds.Read more...
Tags: Science, Sony, Earbuds, Walkman, Products, Consumer Electronics, Carl Pei, Technology Internet, Sony Walkman Cassette Player Recorder


The history of clear electronic devices in prisons

Seeing a video on Techmoan about "prison tech," I thought it was going to be about toilet hooch, shivs, tattoo guns, and the like. But this was something I never knew about: That prison electronics used to (still do?) have to be all-clear and the some of the features are disabled or hobbled. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, Video, News, Prisons, Consumer Electronics, Cassette Tapes, Prison Tech








The Best Projectors, According To Our Readers

Our readers know what’s up. Whenever we ask a question like “What’s the best projector?”, we know we’ll always get a good mix of thoughtful responses and great product recommendations. As expected, we received both this time around, making for a well-rounded and perfect overview of projector life. The most interesting…Read more...
Tags: Video, Lifehacks, Hdmi, Consumer Electronics, Digital Imaging, Projectors, Home Cinema, 1080p, Information and Communications Technology, 4K resolution, Ultra High Definition Television, Television Technology, 3lcd