Android 12 review: Living in a Material (You) world

Android is forked. There are so many versions of it around: From stock Android to Google’s own Pixel-first edition to Samsung’s One UI 4

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TikTok’s TV app is now out for more TV devices in the US and Canada

TikTok used Amazon's Fire TV to test its app for big screens last year, so it came as no surprise that it officially launched

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Why Apple changed its mind on Right to Repair

Apple does not have a good track record in terms of letting customers repair their hardware. The last decade-plus has seen Apple’s computers become

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TD Pilot will let people with disabilities control iPads with their eyes

There's plenty new in iPadOS 15, but it also features an under-sung accessibility upgrade: support for third-party eye-tracking devices. That'll allow people with disabilities

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Samsung’s Galaxy S21 series updated to One UI 4 with new Android 12 features

Following a beta launch in September, Samsung has released its One UI 4 software with new features from Android 12 like the Privacy Dashboard.

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iOS 15.1 review: Apple tries sharing

After iOS 14 shook up the iPhone’s interface with stackable widgets and an app library, iOS 15 at launch didn’t seem so dramatic. Given

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Elecjet’s graphene power bank is as exciting as a power bank can be

In the space of a few years, we’ve gone from 5W USB adapters being the norm, to iPads and Nintendo Switches being able to

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HP Chromebook X2 review: Do we really need a Chrome OS convertible?

Chrome OS tablets don’t have a pretty past. In 2018, Google released the Pixel Slate, its attempt to jumpstart the market, but poorly optimized

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Small, affordable gadgets that make great stocking stuffers

It’s easy to think that the best gadget gifts are the fanciest and most expensive things. But there are plenty of options out there

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The Morning After: Android 12L is Google’s latest tablet effort

Google hasn’t given up on Android tablets. Even though, looking at the last few years, it probably should have. I’m (half) joking, but bigger-screened

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