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The Samsung Galaxy S21 leaks have begun

The Samsung Galaxy S21 leaks have begun

The Samsung Galaxy S21 was leaked this week with a list of specifications that tag its biggest features. We're seeing details earlier than expected. Though we're expecting the Samsung Galaxy S21 to launch in the same timeframe as the last several years' Galaxy S phones, production seems to be getting underway earlier - possibly in order to take advantage of the inevitable resurgence in demand for phones once a vaccine for COVID-19 is produced for humans worldwide.

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Alienware teases Aurora desktops with RTX 30-series GPUs, gaming monitors and laptops

Alienware teases Aurora desktops with RTX 30-series GPUs, gaming monitors and laptops

Following today's announcement of NVIDIA's GeForce RTX 30-series GPUs, Alienware has announced a range of new computer hardware, from gaming monitors to gaming laptops to pre-built PCs that use NVIDIA's new cards. Today's announcement only goes part way - instead of making full reveals, Alienware has only shared some details about each product, with the promise of more information coming later this month.

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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 GPU release dates, power, prices

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 GPU release dates, power, prices

Today we're taking a peek at the latest NVIDIA GPU series, the GeForce RTX 30 series. The first NVIDIA GeForce RTX series cards include the GeForce RTX 3070, 3080, and 3090. The 3070 is what NVIDIA describes as "the sweet spot", while the "flagship" is the 3080 and the 3090 is "a big, ferocious GPU."

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Apple AirTag release tipped by insider

Apple AirTag release tipped by insider

A report today from China suggests that Apple is preparing to reveal their Apple AirTag device. This is a device that works with wireless sensor technology to act as a "loss prevention tag" of sorts. Much like the many, many similar sorts of tags we've used and reviewed over the past decade, Apple's AirTag will likely work with NFC, Bluetooth, and/or Wi-fi connectivity.

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Samsung Galaxy M51 released with a bonkers big battery

Samsung Galaxy M51 released with a bonkers big battery

The Samsung Galaxy M51 was revealed today with a massive 7000mAh battery. That'll be a big enough battery to last you a day and a half, more than likely - unless you're doing nothing but streaming video with full brightness on mobile data. But even then, you'll get a whole lot of video for your one full charge.

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Elon Musk shows off futuristic Neuralink and the robot that implants it

Elon Musk shows off futuristic Neuralink and the robot that implants it

As promised, Elon Musk held a conference today detailing Neuralink, an implantable device that would, according to Musk, solve certain problems related to brain and spine function. As an implant -- and unlike many prototypes of similar concepts we've seen over the years -- Neuralink will be entirely implanted within the recipient's body, hiding it away from the world. Before such a device can be brought to market, however, it'll require talented people to make it happen.

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Fairphone 3+ makes modular phone future a reality

Fairphone 3+ makes modular phone future a reality

This week the folks at Fairphone dropped the gauntlet when it comes to creating a sustainable future for electronics and our planet Earth. Much like a gaming computer, Fairphone 3+ has the ability to upgrade parts, one part at a time. If you want a better camera, you replace the camera, not the whole phone.

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Is your Galaxy phone a little green? You’re not alone

Is your Galaxy phone a little green? You’re not alone

It's apparent that the latest round of Samsung devices in the Galaxy brand universe are popping up with a bit of an issue. This week multiple reports have surfaced with images of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 tablet and the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra with... less than favorable results when displays are turned on.

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Motorola Moto G9 released for $154: Why not USA?

Motorola Moto G9 released for $154: Why not USA?

India seems to be the place where companies like Motorola are really fighting fiercely for the market with smartphones that go to the extreme. In this case, that means a Motorola Moto G9 was released in India for ₹11,499 (approximately $154) with a set of specifications that are more than powerful enough for most consumers. Why can't the United States get a value proposition like that?

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Western Digital My Passport SSD grabs an NVMe boost

Western Digital My Passport SSD grabs an NVMe boost

Western Digital announced a new addition to its lineup of My Passport external SSDs today. Simply called the My Passport SSD from WD, it might be somewhat easy to confuse this new SSD with other ones, but it seems the hardware inside will be the real difference maker. WD's My Passport SSD uses NVMe drives, which promises solid read and write speeds in an external drive that has a smaller footprint than previous models.

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Galaxy Z Fold 2 shares Note 20 Ultra’s worst design feature regulator confirms

Galaxy Z Fold 2 shares Note 20 Ultra’s worst design feature regulator confirms

Today we're taking a peek at the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2, complete with front, back, and side photos. This device is very similar to its predecessor in many ways - in the MAIN ways, anyway. The biggest difference (in outward appearance) is in the massive lump that sits on the back of the phone. Where the first version does, indeed, have a bump full of cameras, it's far more understated than the sizable island included in this 2nd-gen device.

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Apple’s “Insane” iPhone 12 Upgrade Leaked

Apple’s “Insane” iPhone 12 Upgrade Leaked

A new leak of performance power for the next major iPhone release suggests that the iPhone 12 collection will be a true upgrade. Normally, iPhone users that purchase a new iPhone every year, or even ever couple of years, know that sometimes this purchase is more of a "I just need a newer version of what I've already got" sort of situation. This year, that might all change.

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