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JAYS f-Five True Wireless review

The f-Five True Wireless are the latest wireless earbuds from Swedish audio brand JAYS. They feature a truly wireless design and come in at an affordable $79 price tag while claiming to offer much of the same quality and performance as more expensive products. Design f-Five have a typical in-ear truly wireless design, where the…

OPPO Enco W51 wireless ANC earbuds coming to Malaysia soon

If you’re in the market for a pair of wireless earbuds, OPPO is launching the Enco W51 – a follow-up to the Enco W31 launched recently –  in Malaysia soon and touts true noise cancellation technology.  More specifically, the Enco W51 comes with Hybrid Active Noise Control tech which allows the earbuds to reduce surrounding…

Realme Buds Wireless Pro Review: Most Affordable Wireless Neckband With Active Noise Cancellation

        | Published: Thursday, October 15, 2020, 17:29 [IST] Active Noise Cancellation has always been associated with high-end audio products. Audiophiles love it as ANC guarantees immersive listening experience even in the noisiest environment by canceling excessive outside noise. With the advancement in audio technology, brands have now started offering ANC at…

Android Auto Wireless is now available in Russia

Out of the countries where Android Auto is supported, there have been two major holdouts that have not allowed Android Auto Wireless — Japan and Russia. Today, it seems Android Auto Wireless has now become permitted in Russia. Last month, Google shared that Android 11 is bringing Android Auto Wireless — previously a Google Pixel…

Cricket Wireless starts offering 5G but only for one device

AT&T-owned Cricket Wireless is enabling 5G support on some of its plans, the company announced. But oddly, even though the appeal to most customers of prepaid plans like Cricket is a lower price, the company’s only 5G compatible device so far is the $1,199 Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus. And getting access to 5G on Cricket…

Xiaomi Mi True Wireless Earphones 2 Basic review

Introduction Here's a mouthful - the Xiaomi Mi True Wireless Earphones 2 Basic are a cheaper version of the Mi True Wireless Earphones 2 announced earlier this year. They lack support for LHDC high-def audio and that's the only difference between the regular and the Basic models. The Mi True Wireless Earphones 2 Basic are…

Oppo Enco M31 wireless earphones review

The Enco M31 are the latest pair of wireless earphones from Oppo. On paper, the Enco M31 seem fully featured, with LDAC, Hi-Res Wireless Audio certification, IPX5 certified water resistance, and Ai-powered noise cancellation for voice calls, all at a relatively affordable price. The inclusion of LDAC alone should put a smile on a few…
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How retailers are using technology to survive

Thank you for joining!Access your Pro+ Content below. 1 December 2020How retailers are using technology to survive In this week’s Computer Weekly, with high street retailers struggling to survive, we look at how technology can keep stores relevant. Everyone is focusing on flash storage, but hard disk drives are still an essential part of the…
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A new horizon: Expanding the AI landscape

The pandemic has taught a similar lesson about artificial intelligence (AI): Organizations are either on the right track with their AI strategies or, if anything, need to dramatically step up the pace of investment. Children’s Hospital chief information officer Dan Nigrin points out that AI applications that promote telehealth, for example, “are not necessarily covid-related,…

Lypertek Levi review

Lypertek is a small Chinese audio manufacturer that shot to prominence last year with its in-ear TWS earbuds, the Lypertek Tevi. The Tevi received rave reviews from critics for its audio quality despite its budget-friendly $90 price tag and remains one of the most well-regarded product in its price range. The Levi that we are…

Week 48 in review: Poco M3, Redmi Note 9 trio official

Welcome to another week's recap. The biggest story is the European Parliament's vote in favor of users' right to repair. Starting in January, countries like France will begin labeling smartphones, laptops and other electronics with a repairability score of 1 through to 10. This new label will help buyers find a device they'll be able…

Weekly poll results: Realme 7 5G gets a lukewarm reception, its Black Friday gambit fails

The need for 5G is a contentious topic with many still not being sold on the next-gen network technology – or just plain not having access to it. Which doesn’t bode well for the Realme 7 5G whose defining feature is... well, it says it right in the name. However, the results from last week’s…