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As the launch date draws closer, new information about the Galaxy S22 series appears.

The Galaxy S22 Ultra will be the new top model and, according to rumors, it will have an integrated compartment for the S Pen for the first time in the Galaxy S series. The phone will also be equipped with an upgraded 108MP quad camera.

Now leaker Dohyun Kim has shared a black and white photo of the Galaxy S22 Ultra retail box via Twitter. It is not clear what the origin of said image is, although it appears to be an Instagram post in Spanish.

The photo doesn't look too good, but Technizo Concept has created a few renders of the Galaxy S22 Ultra box from that image.

The box looks very similar to that of the Galaxy S21, which is not a big surprise since there are no big differences in the design of the new series compared to its predecessor.

With this leak, we have already lost count of the amount of data that has been leaked about the Galaxy S22 family in recent days.

The Galaxy Unpacked launch event will take place on Wednesday, February 9, 2022, so we will clear all doubts… if there are any.

One of the most hyped features of the latest iPhones is MagSafe, which allows you to magnetically attach accessories and wireless chargers.

Although rumors suggest that it could come to more Apple devices like the iPad Pro this year, it seems that the iPhone SE 3 might not bring this feature.

This information comes from the Japanese publication Macotakara, which has provided accurate information on future Apple products in the past.

Apparently, the new mid-range iPhone is going to have the same design as the iPhone SE (2020), and it will have wireless charging but no MagSafe.

What the next model will bring with respect to the 2020 model is 5G connectivity, which is an improvement over the previous model.

Rumors point to the iPhone SE 3 coming out sometime in 2022, two years after the last model.

Perhaps in the future, when our electronic devices carry almost inexhaustible batteries made of "graphene" or some other unexplored material, we will fondly remember the days when we carried portable batteries.

Until that happens, however, Handy Geng has chosen to create the ultimate power bank, a 27,000,000 mAh monster that uses an electric car battery to store and deliver electrical power through various plugs on its end.

To give you an idea, this capacity is enough to fully charge an iPhone 13 daily for more than 15 years.

The vehicle's battery is mounted on a wheeled cart along with what appears to be the car's charging unit or a grid inverter.

The set looks like a giant version of an external battery, with a curved sheet metal casing and white hard cardboard panels.

In the video we can see that, after charging a huge number of phones, he recharges an electric scooter, just before settling down by a river to fish, next to his washing machine, his television and his electric pot for cooking.

Google has announced that the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro are available from today in Spain and Italy, in a limited quantity and only in the Google Store.

The devices are equipped with Google Tensor, Google's first processor, and Android 12. They have a very original design and have the most advanced cameras that Google has ever made.

You can buy the Pixel 6 or Pixel 6 Pro for €649 and €899, respectively. Both are available on the Google Store, in Stormy Black color and 128GB versions, while supplies last. In May there will be new stock.

How are the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro?

The Pixel 6 has a 6.4-inch Full HD+ Smooth Display with a 90Hz refresh rate, while the Pixel 6 Pro features a larger 6.7-inch QHD+ LTPO screen with a 120Hz refresh rate.

Both phones feature Gorilla Glass Victus on the front for scratch protection while the Pixel 6 swaps Gorilla Glass Victus for Gorilla Glass 6 for the glass back.

The Tensor processor is Google's first smartphone chip. The SoC has 2 high-performance cores, 2 mid-performance cores, and 4 high-efficiency cores. It also has a 20-core GPU.

The chip is paired with 12GB of RAM and 128, 256, or 512GB of storage on the Pixel 6 Pro, while the Pixel 6 has 8GB of RAM and 128 or 256GB of UFS 3.1 storage. There is no possibility of expansion for storage.

The Pixel 6s have an in-display fingerprint scanner and a Titan M2 security chip. The Tensor chip also has a built-in security core that works with the Titan M2 to protect phones from attacks.

They have dual SIM support (one nano-SIM and one eSIM), WiFi 6E, stereo speakers, IP68 water and dust resistance, and a fingerprint-resistant coating.

There is a 5,003 mAh battery inside the Pixel 6 Pro and a 4,614 mAh battery inside the Pixel 6. Both devices support 30W fast wired charging, fast wireless charging (21W on the Pixel 6 and 23W on the Pixel 6). Pro using the Pixel Stand) and reverse wireless charging.

They do not ship with a charger. You can also charge wirelessly with a Qi-certified EPP charger, but the charging speed will be limited to 12W.

The Pixel 6 series will run Android 12 out of the box and will receive 5 years of security updates.

Both phones feature a 50MP main camera with an 82° field of view, f/1.85 aperture, and 1/1.31″ sensor size. We also find a 12MP f/2.2 ultra-wide-angle camera with a 114° field of view.

Google says that the phones capture 2.5 times more light than the Pixel 5. The Pixel 6 Pro has a third rear camera: a sensor of […]

Microsoft and Sony have gone shopping. A few days ago, Microsoft bought Activision Blizzard for $67.8 billion, and Sony responded by buying Bungie, creators of Halo and Destiny.

Could either company try to buy Nintendo? Microsoft tried a long time ago, but Nintendo had no interest in being bought.

According to Bloomberg, Microsoft tried to acquire Nintendo 20 years ago, but the company laughed at Microsoft as it did not entertain the idea of being bought.

“Steve had us meet with Nintendo to see if they would consider being acquired. They laughed out loud. Imagine an hour of someone laughing at you. That's how the meeting went," says Kevin Bachus of Microsoft.

Is Nintendo now too big to be bought?

Nintendo has a market capitalization of $57.93 billion. That means Nintendo is actually smaller than Activision Blizzard, which has a market cap of $61.56 billion.

Even if Nintendo were to sell for more than its market capitalization (as Activision Blizzard did), the company would still be sold for around $60 billion, something Microsoft has shown is not out of reach.