Is your startup heading to MWC? TechCrunch wants to hear from you

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Nature is healing, the tech show is returning to in-person events. I’m not sure I’m entirely over CES less than a month after returning from Vegas, but we’re already in full planning mode for TechCrunch’s return to Barcelona. We’ll be sending an extremely scaled down team to this year’s event, but while we’re in Catalonia, […]

Is your startup heading to MWC? TechCrunch wants to hear from you by Brian Heater originally published on TechCrunch

Nothing’s second phone will take on the US this year

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It there’s one thing Nothing’s first phone excelled at, it was bringing a bit of excitement to the staid world of smartphones. Shipments have been stagnating, slowing and contracting for the past several years, and are now at some of their lowest numbers in roughly a decade. The Phone (1) wasn’t a revolution, but it […]

Nothing’s second phone will take on the US this year by Brian Heater originally published on TechCrunch

Samsung’s new Galaxy S23 Ultra arrives with a 200-megapixel camera

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Common wisdom in digital photography says that megapixels aren’t everything. They matter to an extent, but smartphone makers have a long history of leaning too heavily on those numbers as a kind of shorthand for camera quality. In other words, they play an important role but need to work in concert with a number of […]

Samsung’s new Galaxy S23 Ultra arrives with a 200-megapixel camera by Brian Heater originally published on TechCrunch

Samsung has the MacBook Pro in its sights with the $2,400 Galaxy Book 3 Ultra

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The new MacBook Pros are a lot of things, but cheap isn’t one. Performance, it seems, comes at a price. It’s certainly a philosophy Samsung has long subscribed to with its highest-end products. Take the group of laptops it announced alongside the Galaxy S23 at today’s Unpacked event. There are, fittingly, three primary SKUs for […]

Samsung has the MacBook Pro in its sights with the $2,400 Galaxy Book 3 Ultra by Brian Heater originally published on TechCrunch

Check Twitter in paradise with Iridium’s new ‘executive’ satellite hotspot

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Everyone’s talking about unplugging these days – climbing a mountain, trekking through the forest, finding your way to a truly secluded beach. Central to that concept is turning off notifications, uninstalling work apps or even — if you’re feeling especially brave — leaving the phone at home for a week or two. But is paradise […]

Check Twitter in paradise with Iridium’s new ‘executive’ satellite hotspot by Brian Heater originally published on TechCrunch