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Mi A3 and Mi A3 Lite will reportedly feature Snapdragon 730 and Snapdragon 675 respectively

The Mi A3 and Mi A3 Lite one key specification has been leaked online ahead of the launch. MySmartPrice, in collaboration with gadget tipster Ishan Agarwal, has revealed that the Mi

Android Q is so close we can taste… whatever Q will stand for

Google has released Android Q Beta 5 as it looks to put the finishing touches on the next-generation operating system before release. In a post

AKG N400 true wireless earbuds could be in the works

The true wireless earbud market is heating up with most major players having at least one entry into the field at this point, and now

MOQI i7s Android game console review

Introduction Mobile gaming isn’t going away any time soon. It has been growing in popularity over the last few years, thriving alongside the smartphone revolution.

The Google Pixel 4 could have a 16MP telephoto lens, based on camera app code

What treats will the Google Pixel 4 have in store for us? A 16MP telephoto lens as part of its rear camera array, if the

iOS 13 beta 3 now available: Here’s what’s new

Apple has released iOS 13 beta 3 for developers, giving them a chance to check out the latest changes before the update arrives for everyone

Apple watchOS 6 beta adds feature iPhone owners have had for years

Apple’s watchOS 6 will enable owners of the groundbreaking smartwatch range more choice over which apps will appear on their wrists. Now, a new beta for

Valve Index Controllers review: These revolutionary VR controllers need patience to hit full potential

It’s going to take patience and a lot more developer support to make the Index Controllers viable Last month we put out some initial impressions

I Used a Mouse with iPadOS: Here’s How It Works

Apple may not have promoted the iPad’s upcoming support for mice and touchpads, but developers wasted no time finding this feature in the iPadOS beta. Curious, I

Google Pixel 4 could have better color capture than any other Android phone

If there’s one small advantage that iPhone cameras have over their Android counterparts, it’s that they capture a larger range of colors, but it looks

10 Things to Do Before Installing the macOS Catalina Beta

You can install the macOS Catalina beta on your Mac today so that you can test out all the new features before it arrives for the public

How to install iOS 13, iPadOS & macOS Catalina – and why you should wait

Apple’s new public betas for iOS 13, iPadOS, and macOS Catalina are out, and the big question is: should you give beta software a try

Apple releases iOS 12.4 beta 5 to developers

This point-release probably gets iOS 12 ready for the Apple Card launch this summer. Apple released iOS 12.3 in the second week of May, bringing

iOS 13 and iPadOS public beta released – here’s how to download it now

Apple has launched the iOS 13 and iPadOS public betas ahead of schedule, giving non-developers the chance to get to grips with the new software

Huawei’s appeal to Android developers won’t work without these key factors

Word on the app dev street is that Huawei is trying to discreetly woo Android app makers to publish their wares on the Chinese OEM’s

iPadOS 13 Beta Problems: 5 Things You Need to Know

The first iPadOS 13 beta is causing problems for some testers. Apple’s first version of iPadOS 13 is live for those enrolled in the company’s

It’s time for a Mac Pro Mini

Apple made a new Mac Pro, but not everybody is happy. The potent new computer is a total reset on its much-derided predecessor, instead reminiscent

iPadOS easter egg revealed early at WWDC 2019

Just before the main keynote address to developers at WWDC 2019, iPadOS was revealed. Or leaked. Either way, iPadOS had not been shown whatsoever before

iOS 13 on iPad, macOS at WWDC 2019: 5 Huge Changes We Expect

The iPhone isn’t the only device that will get significant changes at Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference. In fact, it doesn’t feel like a stretch to claim

Apple WWDC 2019: Keynote, date and what to expect

With Google I/O firmly behind us, it’s now Apple’s turn to round up developers and invite the tech world to see what it’s cooking up for the

OnePlus 7 Pro users told that camera issues will be fixed in new software update

The key feature of the OnePlus 7 Pro was supposed to be its triple camera. But OnePlus fans have been quick to point out a

Apple releases iOS 12.4 beta 2 to developers and public testers

This point-release probably gets iOS 12 ready for the Apple Card launch this summer. Apple released iOS 12.3 in the second week of May, bringing us its

5 Reasons Not to Install iOS 12.4 Beta & 3 Reasons You Should

Apple’s iOS 12.4 beta gives developers and average users a chance to try the next version of iOS 12 before it officially arrives. Trying the iOS 12.4

4 Reasons Not to Install iOS 12.4 Beta & 3 Reasons You Should

Apple’s iOS 12.4 beta gives developers and average users a chance to try the next version of iOS 12 before it officially arrives. Trying the iOS

Windows 10 on ARM firmware for Lumia 950 XL now available

Microsoft may have abandoned Windows 10 Mobile completely but those who still have a Lumia phone want to hold on to that dream for as

HoloLens 2 Development Edition makes it easier to buy the AR headset

Microsoft’s offering a cheaper monthly payment plan too Microsoft has announced the HoloLens 2 Development Edition, which will allow anyone to get their hands on

How to Get Google Play on Your Fire Tablet

Amazon’s Fire tablets are pretty great. They’re inexpensive, they have parental controls, and the newest ones even have expandable storage. But what they don’t have is Google Play. Fire tablets only

4 Reasons Not to Install iOS 12.3 Beta & 4 Reasons You Should

Apple’s iOS 12.3 beta gives developers and average users a chance to try the next version of iOS 12 before it officially arrives. Trying the iOS

Black Shark 2 review: Not just a gaming great, a fantastic flagship too

Gaming’s success over recent years has seen many developers looking beyond console and PC and expanding into the mobile gaming market. As titles become more

Magic Leap hands-on: Magic, sure, but augmented reality is still a long way away from mass consumption

We’re talking five or ten years at least, I think. Here are two seemingly contradictory statements: 1) Magic Leap is really neat. 2) You absolutely