Pixel Watch may cost less than an Apple Watch, but more than a Galaxy Watch 5

It looks increasingly likely that the Google Pixel Watch will fall short of its premium price expectations.

We were shown Google Pixel Watch at the Google I/O earlier this year, but the event left us surprisingly clear on the details. Rumors have consistently suggested this would be a premium device, and now a price leak confirms that Google’s new watch won’t be cheap, but it won’t be the most expensive wearable either. our friends in 9to5Google (opens in new tab)let’s say a font gives the watch a price of $399 when you add a cellular connection. From there, we can extrapolate additional pricing and details.

Hey esports fans, the Samsung Odyssey OLED G8 is the monitor you’ll want to buy

Samsung is entering new territory by unveiling its first OLED gaming monitor. the aptly named Odyssey OLED G8 and it’s packed with features.

The majority remarkable appearance of the G8 (opens in new tab) It’s incredibly fast response rate, which is just 0.1ms, or 1/10th of the typical 1ms response rate of some of the best gaming monitors on the market. Not only that, the ultra-thin form factor and high-quality display output make this one of the best ultra-wide monitors you’ll find.

Xiaomi Notebook Pro 120G with 120Hz Display and 12th Gen Core i5 Processor Launched in India

Xiaomi has launched a new premium laptop in India, Xiaomi Notebook Pro 120G. It is a productivity focused laptop and its price starts at Rs. 69,999.

Seeing the name of the laptop, you might be wondering what ‘120G’ is; if you guessed it is about 120Hz refresh rate, you are correct. The Xiaomi Notebook 120G comes with a refresh rate of 120Hz.

Xiaomi Notebook Pro 120G: pricing and availability

Exciting smartphones launched in August 2022

The month of August saw a lot of smartphone launches in India. There have been back-to-back launches and announcements of smartphone brand launches.

We have seen smartphones from iQoo, OnePlus, Moto, Realme, Samsung and Infinix released. We’ve seen flagship phones to budget phones, with the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 phones taking center stage. August was the month that also saw the introduction of Samsung’s latest foldable phones in both Indian and global markets.

Oppo reveals exciting new technology – All the details here

Kicking off the Oppo Developer Conference (ODC 2022), the Chinese brand unveiled its multi-platform Pantanal smart system, Oppo Carlink solution for enhanced smartphone-car integration and Oppo Sense health algorithm, along with a Rs 23 billion plan to support developers and creators who work with it.

One of Oppo’s plans is to build an open, symbiotic and thriving ecosystem for all types of devices. Pete Lau, senior vice president and chief product officer at Oppo, said, “We will live in a world where smart devices are everywhere. These smart devices must not simply be connected, but integrated to serve users and help realize the future of the Internet of Experience.”

Oppo’s Newly Revealed Technologies Explained

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During ODC 2022, Oppo presented Pantanal, which is its first cross-platform system designed to break down the boundaries between different devices and systems. It can understand and anticipate users’ needs and deliver services at the right time and in the right way. “As a cross-platform system, Pantanal will make it easier for developers to develop and deploy services on multiple platforms, reducing costs and increasing efficiency,” said Oppo.

Oppo’s Carlink solution offers smartphone and car integration. The idea is to help users access a smartphone’s computing power and application ecosystem without altering existing in-vehicle infotainment systems, while smartphones can deliver services through the car via software pushes.

Oppo Developer Conference 2022

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Oppo also announced a partnership with SAIC Motor to work together on the integration of smart devices and automobiles. Oppo had previously signed an agreement with Tesla China to use its smartphones as digital keys for the Tesla Model 3 and Model Y in China.

Redmi A1 is coming, but it is not the successor to the Mi A series

Redmi India has launched a new smartphone on social media, the Redmi A1. The device name might sound like the beloved Xiaomi A series is making a comeback, but it’s not.

The Redmi A1 could be a budget smartphone that could be together with the Redmi 10A and Redmi 9A or replace it.

Xiaomi leads the chart with smart TV shipments from India up 74%

Xiaomi dominated India’s smart TV market in Q2 2022 with a 13% share, followed by Samsung with a 12% share. But the most impressive performer of the quarter was OnePlus, which took third place for the first time with an 8% share. The brand grew 187% year over year with the popularity of its Y1 series.

Overall, India’s smart TV market grew 74% YoY in Q2 2022, according to the latest research by Counterpoint IoT Service (opens in new tab). The launch of smaller smart TVs in the range below R$ 20,000 is among the reasons for the good show in the market. The top five brands contributed 45% of the smart TV market.

The detailed world of The Rings of Power is a gold mine for Tolkien fans

The Rings of Power isn’t ready to give up its plot-based secrets for a while – but it’s willing to reward eagle-eyed Tolkien fans who can spot some unexpected Easter eggs and references to Middle-earth during its first season. .

The upcoming Prime Video series, which is on track to be the most expensive TV show ever made, counts many Tolkienites among its extensive cast and crew. Unsurprisingly, then, there are plenty of intricate details and flashing secrets you’ll miss hidden in The Rings of Power’s various sets, costumes, and weapons.

Here’s Your First Look at Logitech’s Steam Deck Rival

The first images of Logitech’s upcoming handheld console have surfaced online, and it looks like a Steam Deck and Nintendo Switch have had a baby.

Following the release of Valve’s Steam Deck, Logitech is trying to break into the handheld gaming space with a console of its own. It is expected to release a portable cloud gaming system later this year, although it has not officially released any images of the system.

Now Mozilla users under threat – Indian government issues warning

The Indian Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In), which belongs to the IT Ministry, last week warned users about several vulnerabilities in Google Chrome. And now the same agency has issued a warning to Mozilla users, saying that multiple vulnerabilities in Mozilla Firefox products could allow hackers to compromise devices and systems.

“Bugs in the Mozilla Firefox browser could allow a remote attacker to bypass security restrictions, execute arbitrary code and cause a denial of service attack on the target system,” CERT-In said in its latest statement (opens in new tab). It’s almost a similar word-for-word warning that was issued to Chrome users last week.