New Pixel Watch leak reveals watch faces, band styles and more

We expect the Google Pixel Watch to make its full debut on Thursday, October 6th – alongside the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro – but in the meantime, a major leak has revealed a lot more about the upcoming smartwatch.

experienced informant @OnLeaks (opens in new tab) posted the release, which showcases some of the color choices and band styles we can expect in the coming week. We also get some shots of the watch face and a photo of it being synced to a smartphone.

Google Pixel 7 pre-order gifts may include Pixel Watch, Pixel Buds Pro

If you’re looking for reasons to buy the Google Pixel 7 or Google Pixel 7 Pro when they launch next week, consider this: You can get a free Google Pixel Watch or some Google Pixel Buds Pro headphones with your pre-order. .

This is according to the informant Roland Quandt (opens in new tab), which is generally trusted with the information it provides. The Pixel Watch will apparently be included in Pixel 7 Pro pre-orders, with Pixel Buds Pro on offer for Pixel 7 buyers. There’s a catch though – Quandt indicates these deals will only be available in the UK.

Intel Arc A770 GPU Leak May Worry Some Gamers – But It Shouldn’t

Intel’s high-end Arc graphics cards, the A7 series, have been spotted in a few leaked benchmarks with interesting results – which we admit we need to sprinkle liberally with the usual caveats.

So treat this as a rumor but VideoCardz (opens in new tab) reports that Geekbench results appeared for the Intel Arc A770 and A750 GPUs (the Limited Edition versions, i.e. those made by Intel themselves, very similar to Nvidia and its Founders Edition cards).

5G Services Launched in India – Which Cities to Get First?

Prime Minister Narendra Modi kicked off the official launch of 5G services in India at India Mobile Congress 2022.

While it will take some time for 5G services to reach all parts of the country, some cities will experience 5G services in India from today.

Nvidia RTX 4090 GPU Benchmark Leak Leaves Some People Disappointed

Nvidia’s RTX 4090 graphics card, which will hit shelves in less than two weeks, has been spotted in new leaked benchmarks that have caused a touch of disappointment among some people.

The GPU was tested in the Geekbench CUDA test, as flagged by Benchleaks on Twitter (which Wccftech (opens in new tab) sighted through VideoCardz (opens in new tab)).

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Apple may update the original AirPods Pro with a major new feature

We were very impressed with the new Apple AirPods Pro 2, and that’s partly due to the Adaptive Transparency technology they offer. Now, it looks like the same feature could also be heading to the original Apple AirPods Pro.

as seen in reddit (opens in new tab) (through Apple Insider (opens in new tab)), the latest iOS 16.1 beta brings a software switch to Adaptive Transparency to the first generation AirPods Pro. Apple hasn’t said anything officially, and it’s just in testing for now, but it looks like the feature is on the way.

14 new movies and shows to stream on Netflix, Disney Plus, HBO Max and more in October 2022

Spooky season has arrived. That’s right, the month of October has muscled September out of the way and, with it, comes a slew of Halloween-inspired content on the world’s biggest streamers.

From new Netflix movies to highly anticipated Disney Plus shows, there’s plenty to get excited about in October 2022. There’s lots coming to other streamers, such as fascinating Prime Video shows and tantalizing HBO Max series, too, and we’ve gathered the best of the bunch in this handy ‘what to stream in October’ guide.

Latest Google Pixel 7 leak includes face unlock and eSIM details

We’re just days away from the big reveal of the Google Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, but the leaks are unlikely to dry up until the launch event is underway. The latest information to surface on flagship phones covers details of face unlock and eSIM features.

This comes from the Android expert Mishaal Rahman (opens in new tab) (through Android Police (opens in new tab)), which is looking up the code on the Google Play Console – this is the platform developers use to manage the availability of their apps on Android.

Exclusive: How The Rings of Power Episode 6’s Explosive Ending Came To Life

Full spoilers for episode 6 of The Rings of Power follow. You have been warned.

The Rings of Power have officially arrived. Sure, the high fantasy show Prime Video actually launched on September 2nd, but it takes an extremely significant episode to really announce itself on the prestigious TV stage.

Twitter edit button is finally here – but not for everyone

Twitter has finally started rolling out its long-awaited edit button after months of beta testing.

The new feature, which gives users the ability to edit their own posted tweets within a 30-minute window, is limited to Twitter Blue subscribers for now.