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Tech Addicts Podcast – Throttled Red Nipples and Sensitive Pictures

Gareth and Ted discuss the posability of Samsung throttling devices, Lenovo and TCL tablets at MWC 2022 including a 5G Tablet, new rules around Cyberflashing and reminiscing about recording to VHS.

With Gareth Myles and Ted Salmon
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Feedback and Contributions:

Adrian Brain on Vertical scrolling app drawer on Samsung

…for Ted & Myriam Joire…

Personally I think it makes logical sense to swipe left & right in the app drawer, as that’s what you do to swap between home screens, but…to get it up and down, install “Good Lock” from the Samsung Galaxy Store & then from within that install the module called “Home Up”. Open up “Good Lock” again, go into “Home Up > Home screen” and toggle on “Apps List”. Open the app drawer and Bob’s your giddy Aunt, you can scroll up & down. Sort alphabetically or in custom order using the hamburger menu. Don’t forget to explore other Good Lock options, there’s loads of fun stuff there. The more the stuff is used, the more likely it is to get rolled into the base firmware.

Chris Kelly

My free Galaxy Buds Pro arrived yesterday. I tested them watching the WU Assassins on Netflix via the Roku remote app on my Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra. I thought they sounded a bit “thin”.

Playing with the equaliser didn’t make much difference. Then I remembered that the S22U has Dolby Atmos. This made a huge difference – the sound was perfectly adequate. However, when there were gaps in dialogue, the volume of the background sounds was low. It felt like the Atmos system disabled itself and they reverted to their, rather thin, output. As soon as the dialogue restarted the Atmos system kicked back in and raised the  background volume and warmth. Moral of the story, you don’t get somethin’ for nuthin’ and at the very least, use Dolby!

Hardline on the hardware:

Samsung fesses up to throttling, but says non-gaming apps weren’t affected

Geekbench just banned the last four years of Samsung flagships over throttling debacle

Samsung’s Galaxy Book2 Pro, Pro 360 laptops bring Intel 12th gen, AMOLED screens 

The Lenovo Tab M10 Plus is a budget Android tablet that promises three years of security updates

Lenovo debuts 11-inch IdeaPad Duet 3 with slimmer bezels, Chrome OS, $399 price tag

Lenovo Chromebook Duet 3 Hands-On Impressions – video

Lenovo unveils a super slim 5G ThinkPad with 28 hours of battery life

New II: Apple’s new patented desktop/keyboard hybrid could signal a classic twist on next-gen portable Mac design

TCL now has the cheapest 5G tablet you can get, and it has Android 12

J20 rugged Android 11 5G smart phone

Ricoh Announces Limited Edition GRIIIx – Urban VersionSpecs

Flap your trap about an App:

Google 1 VPN now available for iOSGoogle’s VPN

Google is killing Assistant’s Snapshot feature, the Now replacement that never took off

Microsoft warning: Some files might not be deleted when you reset a Windows PC

Microsoft could finally be bringing tabs to the File Explorer in Windows 11

Samsung’s Smart Widgets on your One UI 4.1 phone

The UK is about to introduce a ‘cyberflashing’ law that makes unsolicited dick pics a crime

ChromeOS News

Chromebook USI hits 2.0 with NFC wireless charging support

Chrome OS Diagnosis

Chrome Extension Reminder

Hark Back

VHS tape lengths

Bargain Basement: Best UK deals and tech on sale we have spotted

Bose 752195-0100 SoundLink Color II – Now £89.99 Was: £129.95

HyperX SoloCast – USB Condenser Gaming Microphone, half price at £33.49 – USB-C, lovely design

Samsung 980 1 TB PCIe 3.0 (up to 3.500 MB/s) NVMe M.2 Internal Solid State Drive – Now £86.87 Was: £110.99

JBL Tuner 2 Portable Radio – Bluetooth speaker with DAB and FM radio, 12 hours of wireless music, in black DAB and FM IPX7 12 hours LCD display USB-C £10 off now £79.99 

Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ – Was: £799.00 Now: £599.25

Sony Xperia 5 III with Free WH-H910N Noise Cancelling Headphones – £797.99 (£100 off) + 12 x £66.50

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