The Google Pixel 4a vs. the competition: The midrange heats up

For years most of our attention has been focused on flagship handsets from companies like Apple, Google and Samsung. But since last year’s release of the excellent Pixel 3a, midrange devices have gotten a lot more interesting. Today Google finally an...

The first US COVID-19 exposure notification apps could arrive within ‘weeks’

In order to help fight the spread of COVID-19, Apple and Google quickly developed exposure notification technology for Android and iOS that that relied on Bluetooth technology in mobile phones. They initially released their platforms in May (via an u...

Instagram will fix bug that mistakenly shows camera as ‘on’ in iOS 14

Apple’s iOS 14 beta is still catching misbehaving apps. Instagram has promised The Verge it will fix a recently reported bug that lists the camera as on when you’re simply browsing your feed, not just when you’re using the built-in camera features. T...

Tips to Make Your iPhone Battery Last Longer

We use our smartphones for a lot of things. These include checking our e-mails, playing online casino games at casinoclic casino en ligne, watching movies, and so much more. However, most of the time, because we use our phones a lot, the battery may drain out quickly. This may be so inconvenient. In this post, we share tips to make your iPhone battery last longer. Following these tips guarantees that your battery lasts longer. The first thing that you need to do is find out what’s eating up the battery more. You simply have to go to your Settings and…

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App tracks mental health by studying your phone usage

The smartphone in your hand might be the key to gauging your mental health. Researchers at Dalhousie University have developed (via CBC and Gizmodo) a mobile app, PROSIT, that can detect conditions like anxiety or depression based on how you use your...

Apple’s magic mouse wishes it was as slick and luxurious as the Asus Artone

The Asus Artone is every bit the iPhone of the mouse category. I’m talking luxurious design, white glossy surfaces, rose gold accents, faux leather textures… the Asus Artone concept is a mouse designed for your hands as well as your eyes. The optical mouse comes with a single surface on the top that rocks both left and right, serving as a left-right-clicker, along with touch-sensitive capabilities that lets you do everything from scrolling to zooming, rotating, and pinching.

It wouldn’t really be the iPhone of mice (mouses?!) if it weren’t technologically at par either… which is why the Artone is obviously wireless. A switch along its bottom helps toggle between Bluetooth and 2.4GHz wi-fi connectivity, allowing you to toggle between regular connectivity and great-quality low-latency connectivity that’s ideal for gaming. The most advanced part about the Artone? Its absolute lack of a charging port (something people say the iPhone is considering doing later next year too). Alternatively, the Artone comes with the ability to be wirelessly charged… which means you could just leave the mouse on a charging pad while not in use and it’ll automatically juice its own battery – or better still, open the possibility for a technology that allows the Artone to charge WHILE in use, sort of like a wireless mousepad!

Designer: Lin Zhi