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Hands on with the Apple iPhone 13 Pro & 13 Pro Max: Cinematic mode is a game changer

Last year’s iPhone 12 series was a bit complicated to review: In addition to the expected differences between the Pro and non-Pro models, there were subtle deviations between the Pro Max and the Pro models too. Compounding matters even further was the fact that the Pro models were released weeks apart. This year, the iPhone...

Xiaomi 11T Pro Review: 120W is insanely quick charging!

The Xiaomi 11T series just launched earlier this week, and they're the first Xiaomi smartphones to be released globally without "Mi" branding. The Xiaomi 11T Pro is the mid-cycle successor to the Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro, and as such, it is more of an iterative improvement than a generational one. The Xiaomi 11T Pro drops...

One UI 4 Beta Overview: Hands-on with every feature in Samsung’s Android 12 update!

Samsung released its first One UI 4 Beta update based on Android 12 earlier this week. If you have a Galaxy S21, S21+, or S21 Ultra in the U.S., South Korea, India, Germany, Poland, the U.K., or China, you should be able to join the beta from within the Samsung Members app. Updating your daily...

Windows 11 deep dive: Checking out the new Microsoft Store

Windows 11 is almost here. Microsoft has set the release date for October 5th, and soon many of us will be using the brand-new operating system. Windows 11 is different in many ways from Windows 10, so it's good to be aware of how things work in this new version. If you're a Windows Insider,...

Exclusive: Here are the likely specs of the Google Tensor chip in the Pixel 6

Ever since rumors arose that Google was developing its own chip for Pixel phones, one of the burning questions that we've been asked over and over again is: What are its specifications? Leak after leak have confirmed various tidbits about the Google Tensor chip, but none have confirmed details on the most important part: the...

Windows 11 deep dive: Checking out the new Snipping Tool

Windows 11 is almost here. The release date is set for October 5th, and soon many of us will be using the brand-new operating system. Windows 11 is different in many ways from Windows 10, so it’s good to be aware of how things work in this new version. Windows Insiders can already try the...

Xiaomi Pad 5 Review: A sleek and sexy Android tablet made for work and play

Apple's iPads have dominated the tablet market for as long as they've existed. Android tablets, on the other hand, have been the butt of many jokes. This may be changing, though. After Samsung's excellent Galaxy Tab S7 last year comes the new Xiaomi Pad 5. The last tablet from Xiaomi, the Mi Pad 4, was released...

Realme GT Review: Glaringly typical from Realme in all the right ways

Realme, in just three years of its existence, has launched many, many products, especially in the Indian market. They've competed against well-established brands, expanded to multiple categories like AIoT and laptops, and given consumers multiple options to choose from. One of their recent offerings for Europe and India is the Realme GT which launched globally...

Does the HP EliteBook 840 Aero make compromises to be so light?

The HP EliteBook 840 Aero is an impressive business laptop. Starting at just 2.5lbs, it's an incredibly light machine, but still just as customizable as you'd expect a business laptop to be. You can get it with some very impressive specs, but as we know, it's impossible to have the perfect laptop without some compromises,...

What colors are available to buy for the Dell XPS 15?

Laptops are very personal devices, so when you buy one, you probably want it to look a certain way. These days however, a lot of laptops look the same, often going with a silver or black look. It's rare a laptop gives you many more options than that. The Dell XPS 15 is a phenomenal...

Does the HP EliteBook 840 Aero have a privacy display?

The HP EliteBook 840 Aero is an impressive business laptop. Starting at just 2.5lbs, it's a lightweight machine, but you can pack some fairly powerful specs into it. With the latest Intel Tiger Lake processors, up to 64GB of RAM, and 2TB of storage, not only can it run any business application you need it...

Does the HP EliteBook 840 Aero have 5G? What about LTE?

If you're looking into buying a business laptop today, one of the best options you can find is the HP EliteBook 840 Aero. Not only is this laptop available with some powerful specs and lots of customization options, it's also super light. HP makes some great laptops after all, so it's not too surprising. But a...