The Nothing Phone (2) will also likely cost more than its predecessor The Nothing Phone (2) is likely a flagship device, unlike its predecessor, which is mid-range at best.
The Nothing Phone (1) featured a mid-range Snapdragon 778G+ chipset. The upcoming device, however, will sport a flagship Qualcomm chipset, as shared by the company at the MWC event in Barcelona, Spain (via Android Police ).
The company did not specify which chip exactly, but it will likely be the Qualcomm Snap
Neal Mohan, the new head of YouTube, outlined his key priorities and teased some upcoming features for the media platform in his first address to the community since stepping up to the role last month. In his letter, Mohan opens by saying that he’ll “continue to put [creators] first” and recapping some of the recent features the platform has added. He also teased one particularly interesting new one: YouTube is developing generative AI tools for content creators. “Creators will be able
The Commission has given Rogers a March 1st deadline, but the company wants to extend it to March 8th The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) wants Rogers to share more details on its July 8th outage publicly.
The Toronto-based telecom company filed two responses with the Commission following the outage: the first on July 22nd and the second on August 22nd. However, these responses contained vast amounts of redacted information. In some cases, Roger
Twitter was having difficulties this morning, with users reporting that the site’s timelines were inaccessible. After hours of intermittent service, they seem to have been fixed. The problems were limited in scope: the site itself was still accessible and users were able to tweet, but the “Following” and “For You” timelines weren’t loading. There was a spike of reports for the site on DownDetector starting around 5AM ET, with users in the US, UK, and elsewhere reporting outages. B
Evie Networks electric vehicle (EV) charging network has announced that it has opened a new site in the Northern Territory, beating competitors Tesla and Chargefox to a fast charger presence in the NT.
The new site located at Marrara Red Rooster, is now open and home to two Evie Networks 50kW DC fast chargers, making it the fastest electric vehicle public fast-charging site in the NT which is great but also shows how much more EV infrastructure Australia needs. Chris Mills, CEO of Evie Ne
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) is taking its next steps into esports competitions, and it’s adding chess and Just Dance to the mix. In June, the IOC will host Olympic Esports Week, which expands upon the Olympic Virtual Series it put on in 2021 with some new events. Like the Olympic Virtual Series, Olympic Esports Week will focus on virtual representations of physical activities. While that means you won’t see any Overwatch 2 gold medalists, the IOC is adding some entries to the
This is a cool update from Google for the Pixel watch, adding fall detection to the steadily increasing feature set. The update hasn’t yet landed on our testing device, but the Google Blog post outlines how it will work.
Once activated, fall detection uses motion sensors built into your watch and on-device machine learning to determine if you’ve taken a hard fall and will call emergency services if you don’t move or respond within a certain timeframe.
The combination of a “hard
CNBC reports The Global Times, a state-run paper in China, has warned Elon Musk about pushing the covid “lab leak” theory. Reporter Eunice Yoon said the social media post asked if Musk is “breaking the pot of China,” with a meaning similar to asking if he was biting the hand that feeds him. Ever since Musk announced his intention to buy Twitter, it’s seemed certain that at some point, the service’s content would put him at odds with the Chinese Communist Party, as Nilay Patel wrot
Alberta Public Safety and Emergency Services will issue a provincial test of the emergency alerting system on Wednesday, March 1st, 2023.
The test is scheduled to take place at 1:55pm Alberta time, and will be delivered over TV, radio and other compatible wireless devices, including mobile phones.
A provincial test of the emergency alerting system will happen Wednesday, March 1 at 1:55pm. Check your phone compatibility at https://t.co/AwX25B8q5C Visit https://t.co/OC3LqvDsqm for tips to help y
We’ve all been there — you’ve purchased a brand new computer that works like a charm. You get used to quick loading speeds, excellent performance, and then all of a sudden…uh oh! Your once top-performing PC or laptop is now sorely lagging, leaving you with speeds that drive you absolutely bonkers. Unfortunately, all computers will inevitably experience slower speeds at some point in their life cycle. Could this be due to planned obsolescence? Perhaps. But it could also be due to v
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