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🌄 Good morning, Daily Authority readers, and a very Happy New Year to you all. We’ve kickstarted January with a bang as CES 2023 formally opens its gates tomorrow. Yes, the world’s largest tech show is underway, and there’s plenty of tech news to go around. So without further ado, here’s everything you need to catch up on.
OnePlus has finally launched the OnePlus 11 after those incessant leaks and teasers. There are no surprises to be unpacked, honestly. The phone has only dropped in China for now, with a global release set for February 7. So what does the new “flagship killer” pack? Let’s take a look.
As I said earlier, the Consumer Electronic Show, or CES, is in full swing. It’s a place where tech companies large and small, from around the world gather to showcase their new wares. This year, pre-CES unveils this year included a number of new laptops from Dell, Acer, LG, and more. Here’s what’s launched so far.
🎮 Solving modern gaming problems: Dell unveils second-gen Concept Nyx, the gaming controller of the future (Android Authority).
🖥️ Keeping with gaming, Samsung announced the perfect OLED displays for gamers (Android Authority).
🏠 A smart home hub to rule them all: The new Homey Pro aims to be the one smart home hub you need for everything (Android Authority).
🔋 Battery life for weeks: Fossil announces Gen 6 Hybrid Wellness Edition (Android Authority).
🔌 In related news, there’s a new Qi2 wireless charging standard coming in 2023 (Android Authority).
📱 It’s time to update your Pixel phones with the January security patch (Android Authority).
🤔 Meanwhile, Motorola is officially teasing the ThinkPhone as a “Business-grade upgrade” (Motorola, Android Authority).
💬 Microsoft and OpenAI are aiming for a ChatGPT-backed Bing version to compete with Google (The Information).
📺 Samsung has announced its new 2023 Neo QLED, MicroLED, and OLED TV lineup (Samsung).
🚗 Your car cockpit of the future: Chrysler previews a screen-packed, button-less vehicle cabin (The Verge).
Withings has a new device, and the company wants you to pee on it. You read that right! No, it’s not a pregnancy test. It’s a noninvasive device that you stick in your toilet to monitor metabolic and reproductive health.
Have a nice rest of the week,
Adamya Sharma, Editor