Samsung / Apple / Phone / Hardware / iPhone

Samsung's Answer To Apple's AirPods Just Leaked

Posted On: Feb 7, 2019   |   Posted By: Know your mobile

Samsung's Answer To Apple's AirPods Just Leaked

Damien McFerran 07/02/2019 - 8:34am
The Galaxy in your earhole
Apple's AirPods were quite divisive when they first launched - not to mention easily lost - but they've gone on to become incredibly popular with iPhone users, so it's not all that shocking that other hardware makers have copied the design.
It would seem that Samsung is the next firm to jump in, if a leaked promotional image is to be believed. The image, posted on WinFuture , shows the so-called 'Galaxy Buds' resting on the rear of what appears to be the Galaxy S10 .
If you recall, there are rumours floating around that the S10 will showcase the ability to wirelessly charge other devices , so this setup might be intentional; the image is presumably intended to show that you can charge the Galaxy Buds via the phone itself, which will be handy when you're out and about. Samsung's not breaking new ground here, though; the Huawei Mate 20 Pro is capable of charing its FreeBuds 2 Pro Wireless earphones, too.
As for the name, it seems that might be set...

Continue reading ...

 








Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1650 is a $150 graphics card built to plug-and-play in...

Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1650 is a $150 graphics card built to plug-and-play in any PC

Gamers on a strict budget can finally get a taste of the improvements found in Nvidia's Turing GPU architecture. On Tuesday, Nvidia launched the GeForce GTX 1650, a $150... Read more ...

Lenovo IdeaPad L340 Gaming laptop is made for undercover gamers

Lenovo IdeaPad L340 Gaming laptop is made for undercover gamers

Some wear the term “gamer” as a badge of honor. Others aren't sure what to make of it. Still, others might see themselves only as part-time gamers when and where they have the... Read more ...

Mortal Kombat 11 - Standard Edition

Mortal Kombat 11 - Standard Edition

Mortal Kombat 11 - Standard Edition by WildTangent Partner Mortal Kombat 11 is the latest installment in the critically acclaimed franchise, providing a deeper and more... Read more ...

Update: What Does Mortal Kombat 11's Monetization Look Like?

Update: What Does Mortal Kombat 11's Monetization Look Like?

Update: The details regarding Mortal Kombat's monetization are trickling in. At the PSN and Xbox stores Time Krystal amounts have been posted: 500 Time Krystals - $4.99 1150... Read more ...

Intel's new laptop processors hit the 5GHz mark

Intel's new laptop processors hit the 5GHz mark

Intel has announced a new suite of processors for high-end laptops that offer faster speeds and better connectivity options than prior chips. The new 9th Gen H-series... Read more ...

Best RAM 2019: the top memory for your PC

Best RAM 2019: the top memory for your PC

Even if your computer is an absolute unit , you'll eventually run into some kind of slow down. Thanks to memory hungry operating systems like macOS Mojave or Windows 10... Read more ...

SteamWorld Quest Review - Letting Off Some Steam

SteamWorld Quest Review - Letting Off Some Steam

It's easy to be immediately charmed by SteamWorld Quest 's colorful fantasy world and the band of merry heroes you'll journey across it with. Their plight is simple and... Read more ...

Acer gives Predator, Nitro gaming notebooks CPU and GPU upgrades

Acer gives Predator, Nitro gaming notebooks CPU and GPU upgrades

Acer's latest gaming notebooks will be getting a processor and graphics boost. The company announced that Intel's ninth-generation mobile CPU and Nvidia's GTX 1660 Ti will land... Read more ...

Square Enix Will Be Holding Its E3 Presentation On June 10

Square Enix Will Be Holding Its E3 Presentation On June 10

Square Enix has announced that they'll be holding their annual E3 conference once again this year, holding their Monday spot tightly as companies like EA and Sony eschew their... Read more ...

Alphabet's Wing drones get FAA approval to make deliveries in the US

Alphabet's Wing drones get FAA approval to make deliveries in the US

Wing, the Alphabet-owned startup, has become the first drone delivery company to gain the Federal Aviation Administration's approval to make commercial deliveries in the US... Read more ...