Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra Review: Earning Ultra
This week, I take a look at the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra. This is Samsung's super-phone, the best of everything, but does it earn that title? There's a lot to look at on this phone. Plus we take a look at NASA's big day, landing Perseverance on the surface of Mars. It's been a really good week.
Canon launches 'Photo Culling' iPhone app to intelligently keep your best photos and delete the res (9 to 5 Mac)
Canon launched an iPhone app to help you sort your photos.
US President Joe Biden 'pauses' TikTok and WeChat bans (BBC)
Now that the crybaby in chief is out of office, it's suddenly a lot less important to ban the platform that made fun of him.
Facebook Meets Apple in Clash of the Tech Titans—‘We Need to Inflict Pain’ (Wall Street Journal)
Facebook is really mad at Apple, and Apple really doesn't care.
LastPass free users now have big limit: PC or mobile? (Android Authortiy)
Lastpass decided to screw over its user base.
Carl Pei's Nothing now owns the Essential brand (Android Authority)
Nothing bought Essential's branding for some damn reason.
Apple M1-native malware has already begun to appear (Ars Technica)
The first malware designed for Apple's M1 chip surfaced.
The world’s second-most popular desktop operating system isn’t macOS anymore (Ars Technica)
ChromsOS now holds the number 2 slot.
Oppo patents a smartphone with a selfie camera sliding sideways (GSM Arena)
Oppo patented a selfie camera that slides from one side of the phone to the other.
Deep in the heart of Texas’ collapsing power grid (Ars Technica)
A deep look at power outages in Texas. IT's not pretty.
Clean-Energy, No-Cost Skylight Makes Seawater Drinkable (Interesting Engineering)
A designer created a bowl-shaped skylight that converts seawater into drinking water and light.