You can change the Android 12 square clock on Google Pixel lock screen

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Android 12, the most recent version of Google’s operating system, brought many aesthetic and functional changes. While the new features are attractive, the design changes are not appealing to everyone.

Android 12 changed things like system base colors, widget shape/size, and lock screen clock. It appears that the new lock screen clock is somewhat confusing for some Google Pixel users, according to reports.

Android 12’s new lock screen clock design is a

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Apple working on a software update to enable Face ID after third party iPhone 13 screen repairs

Last week iFixit found out that unauthorized screen repairs on the brand new iPhone 13 series render Face ID useless. This is due to a tiny new control chip implemented in the flex cable connecting the screens on the phones that links each display to its unique motherboard. This meant that all repair shops not part of Apple’s Independent Repair Program would be forced to desolder the small chip from the broken screen and then re-solder it on the new display – a process which would take plenty of time and effort as well as special equipment not available in

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InWin’s New PC Case Has a Screen to Play Games On

InWin has announced the most gaming-oriented case you’ll come across called the InWin 309 Gaming Edition. This chassis is a literal gaming machine with a full ARGB LED front panel that can be used to play simple 2D-based video games.

The front panel is by no stretch of the imagination a screen that has any decent resolution, with a total of just 144 ARGB LEDs. So the games you can play on it are as simple as can be.

InWin provides you with three games to choose from: 309 Racing, Magi Jump and Blox, the latter of

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Nokia C20 Plus announced with Android Go, 6.5″ screen, and 4,950 mAh battery

HMD Global introduced the Nokia C20 in April, and today the company follows it up with the Plus variant.

Like the vanilla C20, the Nokia C20 Plus runs Android 11 (Go Edition) and has a Unisoc SC9863A SoC at the helm. It comes with 3GB RAM and 32GB storage, and you also get a microSD card slot, allowing storage expansion by up to 256GB.

The Nokia C20 Plus comes in a one-piece polycarbonate shell with a 3D corrugated design, which the company says makes it strong and sturdy.

The smartphone packs a 6.5″ HD+ LCD having a waterdrop notch for

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ONEXPLAYER gaming PC handheld comes with a bigger screen

Handheld gaming computers are nothing new and there have been quite a few models from different companies, most of them hailing from China, for almost every generation of Intel processors. It isn’t until the 11th-gen Intel “Tiger Lake”, however, that the chip maker’s graphics technology could truly be considered worthy of gaming on its own. Unsurprisingly, there have also been new attempts at putting that Intel chip into more portable forms, and the ONEXPLAYER is not only the latest but also the biggest in that category.

One Netbook has long been making small portable computers but has so far focused

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One Netbook’s next mini-laptop packs a 10.1 inch screen, Tiger Lake processor

One Netbook has released a line of mini-laptops with display sizes ranging from 7 inches to 8.4 inches and a variety of features including pen support, 360-degree hinges, full-sized ports, and detachable game controllers.

So what’s next? The company is going bigger and faster.

One Netbook has begun teasing its next mini-laptop, although the new One Mix 4 will be a little less mini.

Here’s what we know so far about the upcoming device:

  • Display: 10.1 inch display surrounded by slim bezels (16:10 aspect ratio, 300 pixels per inch, 320 nits brightness)
  • Processors: 11th-gen Core Y-series processor
  • Storage
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iOS 15: Major iPhone software update will change how notifications and home screen works, report claims

An upcoming update to Apple’s iOS will change how its notifications and home screen works, according to a new report.

It will allow people to customise their notifications, redesign the home screen on the iPad, as well as bringing new privacy protections, according to a new report from Bloomberg.

The iOS 15 update is expected to be unveiled this summer ahead of a full release around September, as in previous years.

But the new report claims to reveal some of the key features that will be introduced to that upgrade, both for the iPhone and iPad.

Perhaps chief among them

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