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Andrew Heinzman

About Andrew Heinzman

Andrew Heinzman has written about technology for more than half a decade. He originally joined the How-To Geek team in 2018 and served as News Editor of its former sister site, Review Geek.

Outside of work, Andrew enjoys music, good food, and spending time with his cats.

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Hisense’s New Mini Projector Can Do 4K Dolby Vision

The Hisense C1 boasts a 4K resolution, high color accuracy, and screen sizes up to 300 inches.

A ChargePoint station with an NACS connector and a Tesla EV. 1
ChargePoint Will Add NACS to Its Electric Charging Stations

The move comes as NACS, the charger used by Tesla, becomes the de-facto EV charging standard.

Tesla Cybertruck Gets a New Delivery Date, Plus Some Bad News

"Temper your expectations," says Musk.

A BMW 5-series vehicle on the road. 1
BMW Will Adopt NACS and Join Tesla's Supercharger Network

This change affects BMW, Rolls-Royce, and MINI electric vehicles.

Google Maps logo on a colorful background. 1
Google Maps Gains Real-Time Weather Data on Android

This feature was previously an iOS exclusive.

Someone using the Logitech Mixline software on their comptuer. 1
Logitech's New Audio Mixer Software Enters Open Beta

MIXLINE makes it easy to route audio for livestreaming and monitoring.

The revised Fitbit app redesign. 1
Fitbit Step Streaks Are Coming Back

Fitbit is tweaking its app redesign to address customer complaints.

Signing into Amazon with a passkey. 1
You Can Now Sign Into Amazon with Passkeys

The company's passkey implementation is still a bit clunky, though.

Repair technician working on a Samsung Galaxy foldable.  1
Samsung Now Offers Same-Day Repairs at Batteries Plus

It's better than mailing in your phone for in-warranty repairs.

Alienware Aurora R16 desktop on someone's desk. 1
Alienware's Aurora R16 Has 14th Gen Intel And RTX 4090 GPUs

New hardware configurations boost the capabilities of Aurora R16.

The Google Wallet logo on a gradient background. 1
Google Wallet Now Supports Barcode and QR Code Passes

There's also a new toggle for Google Wallet's holiday animations.

Using a MacBook with an external monitor. 1
Why Your Mac Shows the Wrong Resolution on a 4K Monitor

If you're lucky, you're just looking at the wrong menu.

Tor Browser app icon introduced in version 13.0 1
Tor Browser 13.0 Finally Adds a Landscape Aspect Ratio

It also fixes the "red screen of death" and offers new app icons.

Google Pixel Watch on display on a table 1
The Original Pixel Watch's Charging Speed Just Got Downgraded

Google quietly lowered the Pixel Watch's charging speed in a firmware update.

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You Can Now Generate AI Images in Google Search

This feature is only available to users who enable AI experiences in Search Labs.

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T-Mobile Is Pushing Customers to More Expensive Plans, but You Can Opt Out

This only applies to customers on Simple Choice, Select Choice, One, Magenta, and Magenta 55 Plus plans.

The Starlink logo with a smartphone using Direct to Cell service. 1
SpaceX's Starlink Cellular Service Launches in 2024

Coming in 2024, the satellite-based phone service works on all LTE phones.

Raspberry Pi logo on a blue background. 1
Raspberry Pi OS Gets the Debian 12 "Bookworm" Upgrade

This is the first Raspberry Pi 5-compatible operating system.

Google Nest Mini 1
Google Brings Back Multiple Speaker Groups for Nest and Chromecast

A patent dispute with Sonos forced Google to disable the feature in September.

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Moto Razr Is the Most Affordable Foldable in North America

It costs $700, though special pre-order pricing clocks in at only $600.

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