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  • Samsung Galaxy S9+ tested: Exynos 9810 vs. Snapdragon 845

    Samsung sells two variants of the Galaxy S9+: a model powered by the Snapdragon 845, and a variant featuring the Exynos 9810.

    From the Galaxy S7 onward, Samsung has offered two variants of its flagships — a model powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon platform for the U.S. and China, and a global variant featuring the manufacturer’s in-house Exynos chipset. That’s the case this year as well: the Galaxy S9 and S9+ sold in the U.S. and China are powered by Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 845, while the models sold in South Korea, UK, India, and other global markets are running the Exynos 9810.

    Traditionally, there haven’t been a lot of differences between the two variants — the Exynos 8895-powered Galaxy S8+ had marginally better battery life over its Snapdragon sibling, but there wasn’t a performance differential. With my unit powered by the Exynos 9810, and my colleague Andrew Martonik using the Snapdragon variant, it’s time to see how the two variants differ.



  • What’s the ideal camera height for PlayStation VR?

    Can you improve your tracking for the PlayStation VR by re-arranging the camera set up?

    Reddit user Tomathy101 battled the idea of finding better tracking for the PlayStation Eye Camera by changing the height in which it was set up. He argues that, as a man who is over 6 feet tall, that his tracking has improved since he has raised his camera well above his head level. So we did some experiments to confirm or deny this based on the heights of different people. So, if you’ve been curious go on below to see if this would work for you!

    Your height makes a difference

    While conducting this experiment I tested the tracking problems on the height range of three different people; An 8-year-old child, a 5″0 adult, and a 6″3 adult. This was to test the theory that maybe the camera doesn’t need to be at a 7″0 height for everyone, and perhaps just a little above your head in general.

    This theory was proved right correct. A person of 6″3 had the best tracking performance when the PlayStation …

  • How often do you use the S Pen on the Galaxy Note 8?

    According to the AC forums, the S Pen is a must.

    Samsung’s Galaxy Note series is iconic for a lot of different reasons, but perhaps its biggest differentiating factor is the S Pen.

    The S Pen has seen a laundry list of improvements since the original Galaxy Note debuted in 2011, including a sturdier design, increased pressure sensitivity, and plenty of new software features.

    There’s no denying that the S Pen is convenient to have, but do people really use it all that often? According to the majority of our forum members, the answer is a resounding “Yes!”

    03-21-2018 02:32 AM

    I use it for almost all interaction with the phone. Fingers too big and imprecise.

    The handwriting recognition works quite well most of the time too.

    03-21-2018 08:58 AM

    All day, every day. Type with it, dial with it, …

  • Why smart doorbells are great for people with disabilities

    Because getting up to see who is at the door isn’t always as simple as it sounds.

    I was late on the “smart doorbell” craze. I’ve dabbled with home automation for almost 20 years and have seen it go from very expensive, very complicated, and very poorly implemented to something as easy as buying two things from Amazon and plugging them in the next day so they can just work. “Hey Google, turn up the stereo. Louder. LOUDER.” But when the Ring Doorbell first became a thing, it was a thing that I couldn’t find a reason to spend the money on.

    I’ve since picked up a Ring Doorbell (thanks to a crazy-cheap deal from Thrifter) and have had it out front for a while now. It was kind of cool for the first week, I could say hello to my wife as she walked to the door or tease my dogs, but it just didn’t seem practical. I wrote it off as a fun toy. All that changed recently when my wife switched shifts at her job; she’s no longer there in the mornings to tend to whoever may be ringing the bell, so…

  • Mobvoi’s Ticwatch S and E are available in the UK from today

    After a successful Kickstarter campaign, Google-backed Mobvoi launched the Ticwatch S and E in the US last year, following on from the impressive TicHome Mini Google Assistant speaker. The stylish Ticwatches now run Wear OS 2.9 out of the box (Android…

  • [Update: Live now] NVIDIA prepping Spectre vulnerability patch for SHIELD Tablet

    NVIDIA launched the SHIELD Tablet way back in the summer of 2014. Most device makers would have long since abandoned a tablet from that era, but NVIDIA has kept it reasonably up-to-date. The tablet is running Nougat and got the KRACK patch late last year.

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    [Update: Live now] NVIDIA prepping Spectre vulnerability patch for SHIELD Tablet was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

  • [Che grande!] Italian Google Store shows the Google Home and Home Mini, but they’re still on a waitlist

    The signs have been accumulating over the past few weeks: Italian showed up among the languages supported on the Google Home, then it also was listed on third-party Assistant speakers, and just this morning plenty of Google Home support pages (like th…

  • Samsung’s Exynos 9610 chipset brings AI and 480fps video recording to the mid-range segment

    Samsung’s mid-range Exynos 9610 chipset is built on the 10nm node, the same as the flagship Exynos 9810.

    Samsung has announced the latest chipset in the mid-range Exynos 7 Series, the Exynos 9610. Naming irregularities aside, there’s a lot to like in the Exynos 9610. The chipset is built on the 10nm node — much like the Exynos 9810 and the Snapdragon 845 — and comes with a host of new features that include AI-based image processing, 480fps slow-motion video recording, and increased performance.

    The marquee feature is the upgraded multimedia capabilities, with the Exynos 9610 featuring a neural network engine for “enhanced face detection, as well as single camera out-focusing and augmented low-light images.” Samsung says the face detection algorithm detects faces that are partially covered (with a hat or a sizeable beard, for instance), and that its smart depth sensing algorithm allows for portrait mode with a single camera, similar to what Google offers on the Pixel 2…

  • Here’s the list of Xiaomi phones that will receive the MIUI 9.5 update

    Over 30 Xiaomi phones will receive the MIUI 9.5 update.

    Xiaomi has started rolling out the MIUI 9.5 update, bringing a host of new features and system-wide optimizations along with bug fixes. The OTA update will be making its way to over 30 Xiaomi devices over the course of the next month, including the likes of the Redmi Note 5 Pro, Mi Mix 2, Redmi Y1, and more.

    Xiaomi has shared a broad timeline for when eligible devices will receive the OTA update on the MIUI forums. The first wave of devices will start receiving the update later this week, with the update hitting a majority of phones next month. Here’s when you can expect to get the MIUI 9.5 OTA update on your Xiaomi phone:

    Late March

    Redmi Note 3 Special Edition
    Redmi Note 3 (Qualcomm version)
    Redmi Note 4 (Qualcomm and MediaTek models)
    Redmi Note 4X
    Mi Max
    Mi Max Prime
    Redmi 4 Prime
    Redmi 4A
    Redmi 3S
    Early April

    Redmi Note 5 Pro
    Redmi Note 5
    Mi Max 2
    Mi 5
    Mi 6
    Mi Mix 2
    Redmi Note 5A/5A Prime
    Redmi Y1/Y1 Lite
    Redmi 5A

  • MIUI 9.5 stable build is now rolling out — here’s the full changelog

    Xiaomi starts rolling out the stable version of MIUI 9.5, with over 30 devices slated to receive the update.

    A few months after the release of MIUI 9.2, Xiaomi is now rolling out the stable build of MIUI 9.5. The latest version of MIUI includes a laundry list of bug fixes along with a ton of new features, including a new start page and kernel optimizations for the built-in browser, ability to automatically turn off the Wi-Fi hotspot when you exceed your cellular data limit, transfer app data from within Mi Mover, and more.

    The OTA update is starting to roll out, and Xiaomi has mentioned that MIUI 9.05 will be making its way to over 30 eligible devices, including the likes of the Redmi Note 5 Pro, last year’s Redmi Note 4, Mi Mix 2, and others.

    While you’re waiting for the update to hit your phone, here’s the full changelog for the MIUI 9.5 release:

    New – Resume interrupted transfers in Mi Mover without starting over (11-30)
    New – Revamped start page and optimi…

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