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April 14, 2022

NEWS

CNET

Samsung’s A53 brings higher-end features like a multi-lens camera and a display with a high refresh rate to a more affordable device. The iPhone SE, on the other hand, has an old-fashioned design packed with Apple’s latest mobile processor.

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The Verge

Zuckerberg may have big hopes for smart glasses, but the near-term reality of the technology is far less lofty. The demonstrations during Zuckerberg’s Meta presentation, such as playing virtual chess on a real table with someone’s avatar, weren’t based on …

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Mac Rumors

(1/2) The delivery status of the new iPhone SE made exclusively by Pegatron remains “in stock” on Apple’s online stores in many countries after the China lockdown, implying that the current inventories can still meet lackluster demand.

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PCMag.com

The pro-level Nikon Z 9 is a big, fast-focusing camera that features a full-frame Stacked CMOS sensor, reintroduces the beloved 3D Tracking focus system, and offers class-leading support for ProRes Raw video. MSRP $5,499.95.

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Mac Rumors

Rosetta 2 is the translation layer that enables a Mac with Apple silicon to use apps built for an Intel-based Mac. It works in the background whenever you use an app built only for Mac computers with an Intel processor, and automatically translates the …

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CNET

Samsung has phones that fit every budget, from the high-end Galaxy S22 Ultra to the more affordable Galaxy A53. Andrew Lanxon headshot.

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The Verge

WhatsApp has primarily been about messaging with people you know since before Facebook bought it in 2014. The experience is intentionally intimate: you need someone’s phone number to add them, and group chats are capped at 256 participants.

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TechCrunch

Amazon today announced two new kid-friendly mobile games for its subscription-based entertainment platform Amazon Kids+, a $2.99 per month service that provides access to children’s books, TV shows, movies, games, and more.

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9to5Mac

Apps whose business model is based on subscriptions and in-app-purchases are becoming increasingly popular, and even Apple supports this practice on the App Store. However, some developers have been abusing this system to trick users into paying …

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9to5Mac

Early Apple laptops were expensive, and mostly pitched to business and professional users. This started in 1989 with the Macintosh Portable (though “luggable” would have been a more accurate term), before we got the PowerBook series.

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