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Haroun Adamu

Haroun became an Android enthusiast in 2014 and has been avidly following the industry since then. He's into many things, but when not scouring the net for the latest tech news, you can find him on his website geeking about cars and car accessories.

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How to report a missing Amazon package

Report a missing package regardless of whether it was sold by Amazon or a third party


Amazon may be one of the largest retailers in the world, but it's not above mistakes. With over a million packages shipped daily, it's understandable that packages are delayed occasionally or go missing entirely. But as nightmarish as this can be, the online shopping giant has a system to help you deal with the situation.


The Samsung Galaxy Tab A8 marked a turning point for the company’s A-series tablets. It launched with a refreshed, more modern design reminiscent of a 2020s device. Its sharp, boxy corners and prominent circular camera bump in the top right corner of the back are quite similar to the iPad Air/Mini. Similarly, the logo placement in the top right corner is reminiscent of the Galaxy Tab S7 FE and Galaxy Tab S8 series. If you’ve been looking to snag one, Amazon Prime Day presents the perfect opportunity as the device is $80 off for the 64GB storage option and $110 off for the 128GB storage model.

Never worry about battery again with this $150 Moto G Power Prime Day deal

Get a good chunk off one of the best budget phones you can buy right now


The Moto G Power (2021) launched with a solid mid-range chipset, the Snapdragon 662. It retailed for $200 for the 3GB/32GB model and $250 for the 4GB/64GB version. For the price, it wasn’t a bad phone by any means. But the existence of similar-priced budget devices like the Samsung Galaxy A13 5G with a better display, longer-lasting software support, and slightly better cameras made it hard to recommend. However, you’d be hard-pressed to find a better deal on a budget phone at a whopping $100 off the 4GB/64GB model for Prime Day.

10 tips every Amazon shopper should know

The best Amazon tips to supercharge your online shopping game


Amazon is the go-to platform for millions of people looking to shop online, and for a good reason. The internet behemoth has an unbelievable selection of products in almost any category you can think of. But it gets even better for those who know the ropes of the platform. On that note, here are 10 tips and tricks to save you money and overhaul the way you use Amazon.


How to contact a seller on Amazon

You can ask about products you'll like to order or drop complaints/queries about the ones you've already bought


Amazon is the largest online retailer by far, with millions of products and sellers worldwide. From digital content to physical goods, its product listings cut across almost any industry you can think of. So, you're sure to find whatever you need most of the time.

Samsung’s July 2022 security patch starts arriving for unlocked phones in the US

The July update jumped over carriers to debut on an unlocked Galaxy Z Flip3


Less than a week ago, Samsung started rolling out the July 2022 security update to international markets, starting with its home country South Korea. It arrived right on cue, as has been the case for years, but on the midrange Galaxy A32. While we wonder at the oddity of the tech giant beginning with a midranger and not a flagship phone, the update is already making its way to US devices, starting with the Galaxy Z Flip3.

Where to buy Amazon gift cards

All the best places to buy Amazon gift cards from to third-party retailers


Shopping for gifts isn't easy. You’re looking up great ideas online, shuffling through tons of products, and battling tough choices. But sometimes, the best gift is to let your loved ones choose what they want. Amazon gift cards are a good way to give them that luxury.

You can now manage your Google storage straight from Gmail

One more app is bringing your Google One storage to the fore


Your Google One cloud storage is shared across a bunch of apps like Gmail, Drive, and Photos — whether it’s the free 15GB you get by default for all new accounts or you’ve paid to get extra, it can easily get spread thin. But for some of us, we sometimes forget it’s even there until we can't back up another photo or we're being urged to delete emails. Now, Google is adding one more place where you can keep track of your storage by incorporating a reminder of sorts in Gmail.

Qualcomm may launch the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 slightly earlier than usual

Qualcomm mistakenly revealed dates for its next Snapdragon Summit


Qualcomm has historically released its flagship chipsets at the tail end of the year, usually holding a press junket in Hawaii during the first week of December. The Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 was announced last December 1, the Snapdragon 888 went public the same date a year before while the Snapdragon 865 did not come to the fore until December 4, 2019. However, new leaks suggest that Qualcomm might break tradition and release the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip a few weeks earlier.


Don’t get your hopes up for an incremental Android 13 release

There will be no Android 13L because there’s no need for it


Android has continuously improved, with every new version introducing features to enhance the user experience. But being a mobile-first OS, it has shown little love to large screen devices like tablets (and more recently, foldables) with interfaces that stretch across the display without any care for optimization. Google eventually took a different route last year with Android 12L, which is basically Android 12 for large screens. But with Android 13 already in beta, there’s been some confusion as to whether this is a one-time spin-off or if there’ll be an Android 13L. In case you were still wondering, the former is as good as officially confirmed.


The Nothing Phone 1 has garnered a lot of attention for a phone that's still not here, not least because of the company’s PR tactics to get everyone constantly talking about the phone. Now we're starting to get close to launch, and some phone hardware has finally entered the picture, with reviewers like MKBHD getting to play with it, giving us another tease. However, if all this has you tempted to pick one up, be advised that getting your Nothing Phone 1 won’t be as easy as picking one off the shelf, as the company shares news of an invite-only system — at the beginning, at least.

A new Wear OS 3 smartwatch has finally launched, and it's not from Samsung

The Montblanc Summit 3 might offer a stock-like Wear OS 3 experience


Wear OS 3 launched last year, promising what is basically a full reset for Google's operating system for smartwatches. It has been limited to the Samsung Galaxy Watch4 series, though, which Google and Samsung launched with much fanfare following last year's Google I/O. That's finally changing now. Wear OS 3 is launching on the first non-Samsung watch, the Montblanc Summit 3.

EU code will force social companies to crack down on disinformation

Social media created this mess, and social media will have to fix it


The internet revolutionized the way we search for information, but it also opened a world of new possibilities for mischief-makers. Disinformation is everywhere you look, and often just a few clicks away. The industry has been practically begging for regulations of some kind, and now the European Union (EU) is updating its code of practice to push companies like Google, Facebook, and Twitter to take measures to counter lies on their platforms.


Samsung Galaxy Watch5 FCC docs hint at one super-charged upgrade

The Watch5 could last longer and charge faster


The Samsung Galaxy Watch5 series is edging closer to release, and this time around we're expecting to get three distinct models. Before new electronics can go up for sale, that hardware needs to pick up the proper certifications, and that's just what we're seeing now: Samsung's smartwatch trio has passed through the halls of the FCC, emerging with news of a nice little surprise in the charging department.

This year's Galaxy Watch5 series could get one big unexpected downgrade

It might be the end for Samsung’s age-old clicky rotating bezel


The Samsung Galaxy Watch5 series has been in the rumor mill for months now, with many features and upgrades in store. Some, such as better battery life, are no-brainers, while others, like the rumored built-in thermometer, present a bit of a head-scratcher as to how the company would implement them. Amidst all the leaks, new reports suggest that the Galaxy Watch5 series will lose a key physical feature that’s been present in at least one variant of Samsung’s smartwatches since the Gear S2.

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