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October 28, 2021

NEWS

CNET

iPhone 14 rumors: Everything we’ve heard, from release date to notchless display buzz

The iPhone 13 is great, but Apple’s 2022 flagship could bring a few long rumored features. … An alleged early iPhone 14 render from Jon Prosser, designed by Ian Zelbo. … Are you in the market for a new iPhone?

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CNET

iPhone 13 Pro models have LTPO displays: What those are and why you should care

Apple isn’t the first phone maker to use LTPO. Samsung’s Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, Galaxy Z Fold 2 and Galaxy S21 Ultra; Oppo’s Find X3 Pro; and OnePlus’ 9 Pro all take advantage of the technology. LTPO also is built into some Apple Watch displays.

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CNET

Pixel 6 vs. Pixel 6 Pro: Google’s new phones compared

The Pixel 5 was Google’s flagship phone last year, but its midrange position marked a departure from the pricey Pixel phones of years past. The Pixel 5 launched at $699 (£599, AU$999) and included 5G connectivity along with the fantastic cameras that have …

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CNET

Best iPhone apps of 2021

We’re listing Apple Arcade as one app because Apple’s gaming subscription service houses more than 200 games in one subscription. The games are available as downloadable apps for most iOS devices from the service in the App Store.

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DJI Action 2 uses magnets to rethink action-cam design

You can wear the DJI Action 2 on an included magnetic lanyard. Josh Goldman/CNET. DJI released its first action cam, the Osmo Action, in May 2019, and while it wasn’t as game-changing as the company’s drones have been, it did make some waves with its …

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CNET

Intel launches 12th-gen gaming CPUs based on Alder Lake

The initial rollout consists of three CPUs — the Core i9-12900K, i7-12700K and i5-12600K — with the usual variant for each, KF versions that are identical but don’t include the integrated graphics.

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PCMag.com

Google Pixel 6 Review

With its combination of strong camera performance, long battery life, and unbeatable Android software, the Pixel 6 easily bests the competition and replaces the Pixel 5a as our Editors’ Choice winner for midrange phones.

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PCMag.com

Mario Party Superstars (for Nintendo Switch) Review

Those games rely solely on button and analog stick controls. You won’t find any DS touch screen shenanigans or Wii-era motion controls. On one hand, this means that Superstars will work whether you play it on a TV or in handheld mode, unlike Super Mario …

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PCMag.com

Google Nest Cam (Indoor, Wired) Review

The wired Nest Cam delivers sharp 1080p video and offers intelligent alerts, making it a smart indoor security camera for homes that run on Google. MSRP $99.99. PCMag editors select and review products independently. If you buy through affiliate links, …

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CNN

Google Pixel 6 & Pixel 6 Pro review: The best Android phones you can buy

At $599 and $899, respectively, Google is undercutting the iPhones and Samsung Galaxys of the world with premium hardware that doesn’t compromise on speed, photography and ultimately using the devices day-in-and-out.

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