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Phillip Prado

Phillip Prado is a writer, movie lover, coffee addict, and avid follower of all things tech.

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Sony PlayStation 5: Everything we know, and what’s rumored (Updated: June 1)

The PS5 promises to be Sony's best gaming console to date. Here's a roundup of all the rumors surrounding it.
Phillip PradoJune 1, 2020262 shares
 

Samsung Galaxy Note 20: Everything we know so far (Updated: May 29)

Everything we know so far about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series.
Phillip PradoMay 29, 2020878 shares
 

Here’s when Amazon Prime Day 2020 is rumored to take place

Amazon could delay its yearly Prime Day 2020 shopping event from July to sometime in September, according to a new report.
Phillip PradoMay 21, 202068 shares
 

Google and Apple announce exposure notification API (Update: Now public)

The API is only available to official public health authorities, but several US states have already agreed to adopt it.
Phillip PradoMay 20, 2020136 shares
 

Android 11 DP3 gesture lets you undo cleared apps (Update: Not anymore)

In Android 11 Developer Preview 4, Google removed the ability to bring back recently dismissed apps in the multitasking menu.
Phillip PradoMay 6, 2020137 shares
 

Disney’s Star Wars movie sale will help relieve lockdown blues (Updated)

Disney's new sale, which runs until May 4, lets anyone buy the live-action Star Wars movies for $10 each.
Phillip PradoApril 28, 202055 shares
 

Most Huawei phones will support Google and Apple’s exposure notification API

It will only work on handsets released before the US trade ban. That means no Huawei P40 or P40 Pro.
Phillip PradoApril 24, 2020207 shares
 

Xiaomi may have a new selfie camera design, and it could be the craziest one yet

Xiaomi could be working on a horizontally twisting selfie camera, but who knows if it will make it to market.
Phillip PradoApril 24, 2020253 shares
 

This phone delivers 5G and a 120Hz display for less than $300

The Realme X50m 5G packs one hell of a punch for the price.
Phillip PradoApril 23, 20201243 shares
 

T-Mobile’s 5G network expansion leaves Sprint customers behind

Sorry, Sprint OnePlus 7 Pro, LG V50, and Galaxy S10 5G owners.
Phillip PradoApril 22, 2020107 shares
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