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Pebble’s compact phone ambitions

The Verge

Pebble was a pioneer in the tech space, releasing the crowd-funded Pebble Watch line back in 2013 and effectively popularizing the smartwatch. The company may have been discontinued and acquired by Fitbit back in 2023, but Pebble’s founder is officially working on a compact phone.

What should we expect?

Pebble founder Eric Migicovsky previously expressed a desire to make a small Android phone, also posting a wishlist.

Now, it looks like he’s taking on this challenge himself, along with some former Pebble team members as part of a community effort.

The team outlined their vision for the phone in an interview with The Verge.

We got a look at a variety of potential camera bump designs, for one (see the image above).

It won’t use a ~100MP camera, though. Expect something around 50MP for the main shooter.

The team is also looking at using either the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 SoC or an unreleased mid-tier Snapdragon chipset.

It’s unclear if the latter is the brand-new and beefy Snapdragon 7 Plus Gen 2 chip that was just announced on Friday.

What about the all-important screen size, though?

Finding displays under six inches in size seems to be a problem, while one option looked too similar to Apple’s Mini displays.

So the team thinks it’ll need to get a custom screen for this phone, although this could delay the phone’s debut.

Finally, the former Pebblers think the phone will end up costing $850.

Is there still an appetite for small phones?

That’s the big question, isn’t it?

Apple stopped production of the iPhone 12 Mini and iPhone 13 Mini, purportedly due to low sales.

That says a lot about demand for phones with screens smaller than six inches.

Things aren’t much better on the Android front. Asus has the Zenfone 9, bringing a 5.9-inch screen, though.

But the pocket-friendly Zenfone 8 and 9 had limited availability and didn’t seem to sell massive numbers.

Then again, our list of the best small phones also contains notable entries like the Galaxy S23 and Xperia 5 IV.

So between Asus, Samsung, and Sony, there are indeed options out there. And in Samsung’s case, it’ll be available in your market.

We’re also seeing more clamshell foldables out there too, like the Galaxy Z Flip 4 and Oppo Find N2 Flip.

They might not have small folding screens, but the form factor is still exceptionally pocket-friendly.

Will this even see the light of day?

The other challenge for this Pebble team is sourcing cash. They’ll need up to $50 million.

That’s a big ask, and it’s suggested that the team won’t use Kickstarter for this endeavor.

So there’s a real possibility that this phone will remain a pipe dream.

Maybe the company needs to keep things small at first, like fellow crowdfunding-focused brand Unihertz.

Yes, the same company that recently offered a Nothing Phone 1 clone.

Unihertz generally uses crowdfunding to drum up some interest, while offering niche, budget-priced handsets.

Its wares include the ~$200 Jelly smartphone, which has a 3-inch screen, as well as keypad-toting phones.

So perhaps the team behind this Pebble Phone needs to walk before it can run by offering a budget phone first.

After all, the industry is littered with the remains of upstart high-end brands like Red and Essential.

But hey, I’m happy to be proven wrong.

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Thursday Thing

The Unreal Engine is the framework for a ton of video games today, and Unreal Engine 5 already powers the likes of Fortnite. Now, Epic Games has revealed a gorgeous tech demo for Unreal Engine 5.2. Check it out in the YouTube clip above, courtesy of IGN.

The video, which sees someone driving a car through a jungle environment, shows off some beautiful visuals. But we also see some fantastic features like fluid physics when driving through water, rocks being crunched out from under the car’s wheels, and procedural generation of high-quality environments. Can’t wait for this tech to come to real games.

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Daily Authority: Why Samsung Wearables With Blood

Essentially, this is the level of sugar (in the form of glucose) available in your bloodstream at any one time. Steady rates are great, high or lows are bad and cause both short-term and long-term complications.

Monitoring these levels useful for people who are undiagnosed is being able to understand if you show a consistently higher-than-normal blood-glucose level, or for diabetics to track the body’s reaction to food, exercise, and so on.

Active monitoring can lead to discovering anything from the onset of Type 1 diabetes (directly related to the loss of insulin-secreting cells in the pancreas through an auto-immune response) or Type 2 diabetes (more related to problems with insulin sensitivity), or other forms like gestational diabetes.

In any case, tech and diabetics aren’t always friends. Over-promises from tech are to be expected. Healthcare is hard, understanding the endocrine system and hormones is not easy, and finger pricking for rapid, fairly low-cost blood testing is still the gold standard even if it can be painful and generally a PITA. Or PITF, as it were.

However! Smart devices do exist now: I wear a BG device with a teeny-tiny little flexible needle/wire sensor(Engadget). It that sticks to the skin and lasts two weeks at a time, tracking changes to interstitial fluid.

It’s by no means perfect, but its reports are easily good enough, and it connects to Android and iOS phone apps, although it has limitations. 

But, it’s FDA approved, and health insurances may contribute to the ongoing costs depending on what you pay for. It’s still expensive and tricky, even if it’s very good compared to occasional readings via finger pricks.

But as we talked about previously, companies are trying to go one step further: wearables that can sense blood-glucose levels.

In brief, we’ve seen:

Apple CEO Tim Cook reportedly wearing a prototype Apple Watch with BG-monitoring in years gone by, with reports the next Apple Watch (Series 7?) may offer it as a feature.

Fitbit, now owned by Alphabet, bought promising technology back in 2023 in BG-monitoring. 

Most significantly in recent times, CES 2023 saw a first prototype from Tokyo-based startup Quantum Operations of a non-invasive wearable glucose monitor that doesn’t require a needle to be inserted into the skin.

The tech here is spectroscopy, using mild lasers to track chemical composition changes, which present on the skin. 

Samsung talked about a form of this called Raman spectroscopy about a year ago.

The new news:

Jimmy Westenberg / Android Authority

What’s new is that there are signs Samsung is close to offering blood-glucose monitors via spectroscopy in its flagships wearables, not as a speciality device, but in its next Watch release: either the Galaxy Watch 4 or the Galaxy Watch Active 3, or possibly both. 

Korea’s ETNews had the scoop:

Quote: “…[Samsung] is now getting ready to include a blood glucose level measurement feature and cause the global healthcare market based on wearable devices to be in full swing [sic].”

And so, Samsung will “[…] introduce three new wearable devices that can be worn on wrist during Galaxy UNPACKED 2023 that will be held this second half [sic]. It is reported that the name of the smart watch with an ability to measure blood glucose level will be either “Galaxy Watch 4” or “Galaxy Watch Active 3”.

That detail goes further than reports I’ve seen of the Apple Watch Series 7, and may set up 2023 to be the year where blood-glucose levels are tracked both by Type 1 and Type 2 diabetics, but the general population as well.

It’s unclear if these devices will be FDA approved or if they’ll be wellness devices that offer insight, without promising to deliver accuracy.

I started to write this sentence: “It’s unclear how this will be marketed,” but wait, I do know. Levels is a startup revolving around the promise that people dedicated to fitness and regular folks worried about their health can get answers.

That may eventually lead to discretion around sugar intake. 

Or, overcaution — a big bowl of pasta will raise your blood-glucose levels, but for healthy people that’s completely normal. How will that be communicated?


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How To Keep A Track Of Daily Habits Using Your Phone

Developing good habits is everyone’s dream but keeping a track on them might be a problem. It is said that it takes roughly 21 days to develop a habit but with our fast-moving lifestyle can we cope up with that? That’s where Habit trackers come into play.

Habit trackers are basically a medium where you can note down whether you’re following your desired habit or not. Many of us have a ‘habit’ of tracking down the habits on paper but let’s make that handy. Loop – Habit Tracker is an app that lets you create and track your habits on a daily basis with ease. The app supports both daily habits and habits with complex schedules, such as three times every week, one time every other week, or every other day. Loop also has various ways through which you can track and share your habits.

Let’s take a look at how the Loop – Habit tracker app works and explore its features:

Add multiple habits

You can add as many habits as you want and set reminders to complete those tasks.

Step 1: Download the Loop – Habit Tracker app from the Play Store.

Step 3: Create a habit from the pop-up window, add details along with a reminder. You can schedule your habits according to your preferences.

Step 4: Add multiple habits. Press and hold to check or uncheck the habits according to the consecutive days.

How to change the color and batch edit the tasks

Step 1: Tap on the color palette to change the color of the activities

Step 2: Long press on multiple habits, this will allow you to edit their colors together, archive them or even permanently delete them.  

Track and find best streaks and history of your habits

After adding your habits and maintaining a proper routine, its time to see your progress. The app continuously keeps a track of your progress as it shows you the precise data. With the provided data you can; track your habit more precisely and sort it according to day/week/month/year, see the history calendar and check for streaks and frequency. Let’s check it out:

Step 2: Scroll down to check your best streak and the frequency of your habit.

Share your progress

Share your progress

The app allows you to share the data on various social media platforms or you can take a back up on your phone or in cloud servers.

Step 3: Select your preferred option to share the data.

Dark mode theme

The dark mode is trending on the mobile platform lately, many apps are in competition in launching a dark theme on their app. For the Loop app, there’s a night mode available and a Pure black night mode which looks even more amazing. All you need to do is:

Step 1: Select the Night mode option from the main screen. The theme is set.

Hide the completed task

Once a task is completed, and you don’t see it around anymore (for the time being) is truly relaxing. Loop enables you to hide the tasks that have been completed. This can actually boost your motivation and urge you to complete the left over tasks.

Here’s how you can do that:

Step 2: Select Hide completed from the option. This will auto-hide your tasks once you have checked them as completed.

Adding widgets of the habits

The app is flexible with widgets and has to offer pretty decent widgets you can add on your home screen, making the tasks even easier to track. Here’s how:

Step 3: Customize your home screen. You can simply check and uncheck your daily habit through the widget and also their data such as, frequency, habit strength, history and streaks to the home screen.

How To Make Microsoft Great Again, One Nokia Phone At A Time

Devices and services. Devices and services. Until a new chief executive says differently, this is Microsoft’s mantra. But the success of the Xbox aside, the company still has a lot to learn about hardware devices and their attendant ecosystems.

And let’s face it: Before Nokia signed on as a Microsoft partner, we mostly associated the Finnish company with its nearly ubiquitous candy-bar phones, including the Nokia 6110—a descendant of which, the Nokia 301, was launched at Mobile World Congress in 2013 (yes, candy-bar phones persisted as late as last year).

So what does the Nokia acquisition actually offer Microsoft? Both companies plan to announce their respective earnings today—an ideal time, some say, for the companies to announce that the deal has closed and to begin talking about their combined direction.

Before they do, here’s our take on what Nokia and its stable of talent bring to Redmond.

1. The camera’s the thing

Nokia recognizes that the camera is now a smartphone selling point. Microsoft needs to follow suit.

As TechHive’s review of the Nokia 1020 notes, the highlight of Nokia’s phone is its 41-megapixel camera, which at least on specifications alone blows away anything else on the market. The things that make for a great smartphone camera—a large sensor size with high resolution, high-quality optics, and superlative image processing—aren’t out of reach for either Nokia and Microsoft. Samsung’s Galaxy Camera was one of the few attempts at placing a serious “professional” camera inside a smartphone body—but it lacked a phone. Until Nikon or Canon tack a phone onto a point-and-shoot, Nokia has a real opportunity to establish itself as a “serious” camera manufacturer.

2. Location, location, location

In September 2009, I remember wandering through the back streets of Alameda, California, trying to find the location of the USS Hornet with my BlackBerry. Two months later, Google released Google Maps Navigation for the Motorola Droid—for free. The GPS market imploded, sales of Android devices soared, and smartphone buyers started worrying about whether their phone’s battery would last the length of a car trip. But until 2013, neither Apple iOS nor Windows Phone offered a free, turn-by-turn navigation app worth using. Even Nokia’s own turn-by-turn app, known as Here, botched the first attempt. 

Nokia’s Here technology is one of the gems in Nokia’s pouch.

3. Asha offers a path into emerging markets

Although Nokia’s Asha phones are often dismissed, they represent an opportunity for expansion.

So far, the Asha lineup runs on its own Asha OS. Microsoft has two options here: to bring Windows Phone to the Asha lineup or to encourage existing Asha owners to “trade up” to a Windows Phone. In July, Nokia brought its Here traffic app to the Asha line, helping to build a bridge between the two platforms. But knowing how to design, buy components for, market, and sell a low-cost phone is invaluable knowledge that could be used to expand Microsoft’s market share.

4. The more software engineers, the better

Of the 32,000 employees that will transfer to Microsoft by way of Nokia, an undisclosed number of those will be software engineers. Microsoft needs as many as it can get, for three reasons:

Windows Phone’s apps ecosystem is still an obvious shortcoming.

Support: As the latest botched Surface update demonstrates, Microsoft still struggles to provide a seamless upgrade experience. (Microsoft’s servers also strained under the load of the Windows 8.1 upgrade, but that’s slightly different.) Consumers tolerate Google’s perpetual betas and shrug off Apple’s iOS 7 “quirks.” But if Microsoft screws up—just once—geeks eagerly dogpile on its lack of technical competence. Microsoft has little margin for error these days.

Ecosystem services: The i-mate Intelegent isn’t the future of Windows Phone-Windows 8 integration. Neither is the reported Android-Windows Phone “Normandy” device. (Ugh.) But until Windows 8 and Windows Phone come closer together, Microsoft is going to have to do as much as possible to share data between platforms. Some of that is as simple as communicating common Bing searches between platforms, sharing location, remote PC access, and second-screen apps. Tie a customer’s data to the Windows ecosystem, and you tie Windows to the customer, too.

5. A solution to Microsoft’s “fun problem”

Nokia? Fun?! Yes, fun. Finns know fun, too, right?

Bright, bold, beautiful: Nokia’s hardware and the Windows Phone UI go hand in hand.

How? Nokia’s brightly colored Lumia hardware already complements the Windows Phone and Windows 8 user interfaces. This should continue, so that the Lumia (not Nokia) brand becomes synonymous with Microsoft’s efforts in the consumer space. 

That, in turn, will free up Surface to become Microsoft’s business brand. And this is already happening, as our review of Nokia’s Lumia 2520 tablet demonstrates: “Sitting next to the Surface 2, the Lumia tablet looks like Andy Warhol sitting next to Darth Vader,” Jon Phillips wrote. Exactly.

In a conversation at International CES in Las Vegas, Surface executives showed me poker faces when I asked about a possible Surface two-in-one and a smaller, entertainment-focused tablet. But in reality, the Lumia 2520 should spearhead a line of consumer tablet products, leaving Surface to serve the business market.

Stephen Elop is ready to take over an expanded Devices division at Microsoft. But what are his plans for Windows Phone?

Done right, Microsoft could carve Lumia and Surface into two distinct brands, each with its own identity yet sharing a common hardware, software, and services platform. Bingo.

Ideally, Microsoft would discover and promote some visionary genius within Nokia, who would guide Windows Phone back to prominence. Instead, that looks to be the role of Stephen Elop, who has already unsettled Microsoft faithful with reported plans to sell the Xbox division.

On Thursday Nokia will deliver its final earnings report before its devices business is handed over to Microsoft. That afternoon it will be Microsoft’s turn in the hot seat. Eventually, Microsoft will need to justify its $7.17 billion purchase price for the handset maker. These five reasons are a good place to start.

How To Make And Receive Phone Calls From Your Mac

Configure Your Phone

Each phone provider is different, so your settings might vary slightly. This series of steps should apply to the broadest collection of wireless providers. For some, you might be able to get away without enabling WiFi Calling (step 2). Other providers require WiFi Calling to reveal the “Calls on Other Devices” menu.

2. If you see a menu labeled “Wi-Fi Calling,” tap it.

3. In the next screen turn on the toggle. This will allow your iPhone to make calls over a WiFi network.

If you’re in the United States, once you press this toggle, you may have to enter an address for the Emergency 911 system. This allows 911 operators to attach your phone call to a location while you’re calling from that network. Make sure the address is accurate.

4. If you see a menu labeled “Calls on Other Devices,” tap it.

5. In the next screen turn on the toggle. This is the switch that actually makes it possible to call from your other devices. You can manually enable or disable specific devices in the toggle list at the bottom of that screen.

Configure Your Mac

Once you have your phone configured properly, you can set up your Mac to make phone calls.

3. Make sure “Calls from iPhone” is checked in the middle of the dialog box.

Make and Receive Phone Calls from a Mac

Once you have your Mac configured, there are a variety of ways you can make calls.

7. In Calendar, look for underlined blue phone numbers associated with events.


Once your system is configured, you’ll be able to make and receive phone calls from your Mac anytime. This integrates deeply with the many places you can call a phone number inside of macOS.

Alexander Fox

Alexander Fox is a tech and science writer based in Philadelphia, PA with one cat, three Macs and more USB cables than he could ever use.

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The Best Wallpaper Apps For Android To Make Your Phone Stand Out

The ability to communicate through voice has been around ever since Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone, but what made mobile phones so great is the fact that you can personalize them. A large part of this personalization came with Android OS, which continues to allow users to push the boundaries of customization and enjoy a truly personal mobile experience.

Wallpapers are an essential part of this customization experience, which helps you give your Android device a facelift that suits your style. While Android OEMs and Google itself is always keen to include some stock wallpapers with the device, they simply don’t cut it for most of us. This is why there are some of the best wallpaper apps for Android, and we’ve tested the top ones to help you make a smart choice.

Related: Download stock wallpaper of Android phones

An unlikely contender in the world of wallpaper apps, Google Wallpapers has risen to fame based on its ability to bring you a refreshing piece of scenery every time. You can start off by setting different home and lock screen wallpapers, but what makes the app truly special is the fact that it automatically cycles a daily new wallpaper. In regard to the wallpapers itself, you get to enjoy a mammoth collection of images based on landscapes, seascapes, textures, cityscapes, geometric shapes and even more.

The wallpaper you set on your mobile device is a direct reflection of your feelings, which don’t stay the same all the time. Backdrops is a wallpaper app on steroids that help you achieve this by becoming a hub of the coolest background images you can possibly imagine to find on the internet. The social element of the app allows you to like creations, follow creators, upload your very own high-quality images, and more. With features like Wall of the Day and separate sections for AMOLED, Trinity, Earth, and other types of wallpapers, you’ll never fall short with Backdrops.

Microsoft has released a new Bing Wallpapers on Google Play offering users a variety of beautiful images from around the globe that usually get featured on the Bing homepage. You can browse through the app’s wide catalog by choosing which color, category, or location of images you want to set a wallpaper from. The app also automatically changes your wallpaper every morning and supports both portrait and landscape mode. In addition to a plethora of images present in the library, Bing Wallpapers also lets you choose solid color wallpapers with custom colors of your choice.


You can have the coolest futuristic designs on the show with wallpapers, but nothing beats the mosaic feel that the most famous artworks from the past offer with the Muzei Live Wallpaper app. Sourcing paintings from around the world in high definition, the artwork blends into the home screen and lock screen of your Android device. The wallpaper artwork is refreshed daily, and while the wallpaper remains blurred and dimmed to help you view icons easily, simply tapping an empty space on the home screen reveals the artwork for a couple of seconds in all its glory.

WalP offers a slew of stock wallpapers that are preinstalled on recently launched and popular smartphones. You can choose stock wallpapers from 30+ brands at high resolution, scrollable and crop functionalities. You can browse through different wallpapers using the Popular, Recent, and Shuffle tabs and also search them through brands and their phone models.  The app also comes with an Auto Wallpaper Changer option that changes wallpapers after a preset interval automatically and you can get notifications when new wallpapers are added.

Considering that ZEDGE is almost 4 years older than the Android OS itself, it demands a certain amount of respect for being one of the oldest services that have helped millions of users to customize their mobile devices. Apart from the fact that the app comes with a gigantic collection of ringtones for you to get your groove with, you get separate sections for wallpapers and live wallpapers to choose from, with over a dozen categories and a Featured section to find the trending ones right away.

One issue that several mobile users face when finding good quality wallpapers is the varying resolutions that they are available in. WallpapersCraft solves this issue completely by automatically detecting the screen resolution of your device and offering only choices based on that. Keeping the interface simple, the HD wallpapers are divided as New, Rating, and Popular categories, where you can simply tap on them to download or set as the device wallpaper right away.

A brainchild of the Google Creative Labs initiative, Meter was created to bring simplified geometric wallpapers that do more than just look pretty. You can enable the Circle (battery), Triangle (Wi-Fi + Cellular), and Square (Notifications), which will then be displayed on your home screen as wallpaper. However, what makes them interesting is the fact that the geometries of each shape will change based on the battery percentage of your phone, available mobile and wireless networks, and the unread notifications.

While AMOLED displays have existed for years now, they’re finally becoming an industry-standard among Android devices, offering deeper blacks and more vibrant hues. For all the Galaxy smartphones and other devices that pack an AMOLED display, this wallpaper app is the ultimate solution. Making sure that every single wallpaper in their catalog comes with more than 50% black color hex code, AMOLED Wallpapers start at a minimum of 1080p Full-HD resolution, come separated based on categories like Super Hero, Landscape, Minimal and so many more.

Related: How to create a minimal home screen

Unlike most of the best wallpaper apps we’ve highlighted above, what makes Wallrox Wallpapers different is that it does not come with submissions from the community. After looking closer, we noticed that most of the contributions come from the app developer himself, but that does not change the fact that Wallrox Wallpapers comes with some the most unique offerings out there. Breaking it all down into Trending, AMOLED, Blur, Space and so many more, almost all of the images we came across are enlisted in 4K UHD resolution, so even devices like the Galaxy S9 and S9+ can make the most out of it.

Up until now, you’ve had to depend severely on the internet to not only find the best wallpaper apps but load new ones from the contributors. However, Tapet is one app that hopes to change all of this by becoming a wallpaper generator for your Android device. You get to choose from dozens of different free and premium patterns, which can then be customized in an unlimited manner. The app even gives you a Randomize app shortcut which helps you set a different wallpaper design with the tap of a button.

Another interesting wallpaper app is called Artwalls. As you guessed, this one is inspired by artistic work from various artists to deliver high-quality minimalistic wallpapers. Top features of Artwalls app include high-quality self-made wallpapers, an ever-growing collection of AMOLED wallpapers, different collections of wallpapers each with different styles, notifications for new wallpapers, and so on.

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