The biggest news stories this morning: Intuitive Machines’ Odysseus lander tipped over at touchdown, but it’s still kicking, Some Apple Vision Pro units reportedly developed a similar hairline crack on the front glass, The first phone reveal at MWC 2024 is this official Barbie Flip Phone.
After teasing it (again) yesterday, Samsung has finally shown off the Galaxy Ring in physical form.
Google announced a slew of Android updates at MWC 2024, including the addition of Gemini to the Messages app and AI summaries for texts received while using Android Auto. There are also new accessibility features and casting controls for Spotify.
Google announced a new annotation feature for Google Docs at MWC that will allow Android users to make handwritten notes using a finger or stylus.
As part of its MWC announcements, Google said it's bringing Google Wallet passes to Wear OS. It means you'll finally have easy access to boarding passes, event tickets and more on your Android watch.
Motorola and Lenovo announced a new cross-device management tool called Smart Connect at MWC 2024. It allows users to sync notifications across multiple devices, move apps from one device to another without interruption and seamlessly navigate between them.
At MWC 2024, Lenovo showed off a new concept device called Project Crystal which the company claims is the world's first laptop with a transparent microLED display.
Lenovo announced several new laptops at MWC, including two T-series ThinkPads, a ThinkPad X12 detachable and a Thinkbook. These computers boast Core Ultra processors and a dedicated Microsoft Copilot key.
Nokia phone-maker HMD (or Human Mobile Devices) announced its official collaboration with Mattel at MWC. Its Barbie Flip Phone will be a feature phone and is set to be released this summer.
Samsung announced today that it will publicly display its Galaxy Ring for the first time at MWC in Barcelona. The company teased the ring at its Unpacked event in January. It'll also show off its Galaxy AI.
Intuitive Machines revealed in a press conference Friday evening that the lander tipped over upon reaching the moon. It's on its side, but is able to communicate and sunlight is reaching its solar panels.
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X is slowly rolling out audio and video calling to users that don't pay for its premium subscription service that's formerly known as Twitter Blue.
After promising to fix Gemini's image generation feature and then pausing it altogether, Google has published a blog post offering an explanation for why its technology overcorrected for diversity.
Amazon will pay out $1.9 million to settle claims that migrant workers suffered human rights abuses due to exploitative labor contracts in Saudi Arabia. This follows an Amnesty International report that painted a grim picture for these laborers.
This week's deals include discounts on gear from Apple, Bose, Anker, Logitech and Dyson.
Some Apple Vision Pro units have reportedly developed a similar hairline crack on the front glass without being damaged. The cause of the problem is not yet known.
Apple’s newest iPad mini is on sale for $120 off. You can get the 256GB version of the 6th-generation iPad mini for $529 — a record low. If that’s more storage than you need, the 64GB model has dropped to $400.
You can snag a bundle of four AirTags for close to a record low price. The pack has dropped by $20 to $79.
The Apple HomePod is on sale for $285 at B&H, a modest $14 discount that still brings the smart speaker down to one of its lowest prices to date.