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Over the past few weeks, I’ve been using the new Chipolo ONE item tracker as a replacement for my old Tile tracker that recently died (I had one of the ones with a non-replaceable battery). Chipolo ONE launches today with a number of features that make it worth considering over competitors. Despite the rumblings of Apple releasing AirTag sometime in 2023, Chipolo ONE is an affordable item tracker that is worth checking out.

Item trackers have one single goal: to help you find something you’ve lost. For me, it’s always my keys. I don’t really know why I lose them, but I just do. I especially lose them at home. In the few days between my Tile dying and receiving the Chipolo ONE, I lost them three times. Since I park in the garage, you’d think I’d remember to leave them in the car, but I don’t.

So what makes Chipolo ONE different than other item trackers? The main thing is that all the features are included in the purchase price. For only $25, you get out of range notifications (a reminder that you might have left your keys somewhere), a 120dB ring, a two-year replaceable battery, unlimited sharing of your Chipolo ONE with anyone, integration with the Lost & Found community, and integration with Siri, Alexa, and Google Assistant. The key thing that I came away with was that out of range alerts are available as part of the standard purchase price. With many other vendors, these features required an ongoing subscription. Chipolo has spent considerable time make sure its out or range alerts aren’t giving false positives. They are leveraging Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and intelligent learning software to identify on a per-situation basis whether or not you’ve actually left your item behind

The range on Chipolo ONE can extend up to 200 ft, but that also depends on your surroundings (walls can limit the range). In my experience, the only time I couldn’t find my keys was the time I accidentally left them in the car in the driveway. One of the things I’ve really appreciated about the device is how polished the iPhone app is in day to day use. It’s never crashed on me, and it has a well thought out user interface. My colleague Michael Potuck experienced Chipolo when he reviewed Ekster’s Siri-enabled wallet that uses a solar-powered custom slim Chipolo card.

“We are building products to give each item the power to be found, making people’s lives easier and supporting them in an affordable, collaborative manner. We know from our community that the most misplaced items are extremely valuable wallets, keys and phones; this is why we have updated our product line to enhance the features we offer our customers,” explains Primož Zelenšek, CEO and co-founder of Chipolo.

If you are at CES, Chipolo will be showing off the Chipolo ONE along with their existing products at the Sands Expo (Tech West), Level 2, Hall A-D, Booth number: 44352. Chipolo ONE can be purchased for $25.

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Airtag Vs. Tile Mate Vs. Chipolo One Spot: Which Should You Buy?

While Bluetooth trackers have been around for quite some time now, Apple AirTags brought the industry to the spotlight like never before. But can AirTag become a real threat to the current market leaders like Tile’s Mate and Chipolo’s all-new and Find My-exclusive ONE Spot?

Let’s compare all three to find out which is the best Bluetooth tracker to buy right now.

Apple AirTag vs. Tile Mate vs. Chipolo ONE Spot: A competitive analysis

Before we dig deep into the features, strength, and weakness of the three devices, let’s quickly check out their general specifications:

AirTag vs. Tile Mate vs. Chipolo ONE Spot: Market dominance

Bluetooth trackers employ BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy) to connect and transmit data like location to mobile devices wirelessly. In turn, the mobile uses the corresponding app to upload the location onto the cloud.

And when you ping or search the tracker, these location coordinates come in handy. Now, to complete a successful loop, a nearby mobile must have the corresponding app.

In simpler terms, more trackers sold = more mobiles with apps = more chances of finding the app.

The Tile app vs. Find My

Over the years, Tile has built a wide user base on iOS and Android devices, giving it a slight edge over its competitors.

However, when you compare it to the number of iPhone/iPad or Find My users, the scale tips heavily towards AirTags and ONE Spot.

And while Tile may continue leading the Android market, its throne in the iOS market seems to be shaking with the release of AirTag.

AirTag vs. Tile Mate vs. Chipolo ONE Spot: Design

The trio looks quite different from each other. Tile Mate stands apart with a plastic body and square form factor. In contrast, both AirTag and Chipolo ONE Spot sport a circular design.

While Chipolo ONE Spot employs durable plastic, AirTag uses precision-etched polished stainless steel. Further, Apple has designed everything considering the environment. Thus, staying true to its 100% carbon neutral pact.

Apple takes the cake in this department with sleeker looks, better water resistance, and customization options. Oh yes! You can personalize AirTags with your initials or favorite emojis.

A feature missing in AirTags and boasted both by ONE Spot and Tile Mate is the handy built-in keyhole. This will push you to buy some third-party accessories like cases, building up the cost.

AirTag vs. Tile Mate vs. Chipolo ONE Spot: Compatibility

Here’s where the tale takes an interesting twist. AirTag and ONE Spot are designed to work with the Find My app exclusively and are limited to Apple devices.

Whereas, Tile offers separate apps for both iOS and Android devices. And because of Apple’s restricted access to a third-party app, it does not integrate with iOS as seamlessly.

So, you’ll have to choose between seamless integration and multi-platform compatibility.

AirTag vs. Tile Mate vs. Chipolo ONE Spot: Connectivity

While we know that Tile Mate and ONE Spot offer a range of up to 200 ft, Apple has not yet disclosed the range of AirTag. So, we can’t compare the trio on that scale.

However, AirTag sheepishly steps ahead of all its competitors by incorporating the following features:

AirTag vs. Tile Mate vs. Chipolo ONE Spot: Features

The basic features like two-way finder, proximity alert, lost mode, voice command are standard in all three devices.

Tile Mate

Along with Siri, Tile also offers support to Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa.

However, to get all the benefits of Tile Mate, you’ll need a subscription ($2.99/month). This will eventually be a costlier affair.

Chipolo ONE Spot

ONE Spot is the loudest amongst the three and can reach up to 120dB.

It supports Apple’s anti-stalking feature via the Find My App,

Since it works exclusively with the Find My app, the ‘out of range’ alert feature is not supported.

Further, it does not have NFC or U1 wideband, so no proximity sensor.

Apple AirTags

Our verdict: Which Bluetooth tracker is best for you?

Quite like AirPods, AirTag is so well integrated into Apple’s ecosystem that it is the perfect match for any and every iPhone user. More so, if you own multiple Apple devices.

Plus, there isn’t a massive price difference between the trio. And my mind and heart are heavily tilted towards AirTag.

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Meizu M6S Announced With Interesting Specs And Features

Design & Appearance

The Meizu M6S comes with a simple design. This smartphone has a full-metal rear and a bezel-less display which gives it a flagship look. The mBlu branding is lodged at the rear of the phone which is contrary to what we saw before its launch. With a full-screen display and a U shaped nano injection antenna design, this smartphone could easily be confused with a flagship model at first glance. 

To increase the appeal for this device, Meizu has added a lot of lovely cases, and the smartphone will be available in Gold, Gray, Black, and Blue.


The Meizu M6S is powered by a Samsung Exynos 7872 processor (first device to use this chip) coupled with 3GB of RAM and 32GB/64GB of internal storage. This Soc is developed with the 14nm process, and it comes with two Cortex A73 cores and four Cortex A53 cores. It is equipped with an 18:9 5.7-inch HD+  display with 1440 x 720p resolution. The lights of this smartphone are powered by an acceptable 3000mAh. However, the interesting part of this smartphone battery is that it is compatible with 18W fast charging which can deliver 100% in about an hour.

We have seen a couple of manufacturers, especially Sony, use the side-mounted fingerprint sensor. The Meizu M6S also uses a side mounted fingerprint scanner, and the company believes that it is natural for day to day operation.

Gizchina News of the week Camera

In the camera department, the Meizu M6S is quite impressive. It comes with a 16MP snapper on the rear and an 8MP selfie shooter. The rear snapper is a Samsung CMOS sensor with HDR which is designed by ArcSoft for this smartphone. This camera comes with a f/2.0 aperture and 5P lens. Similarly, the 8MP front camera comes with special features like Intelligent facial brightness and adaptive beauty mode. It has a similar aperture like the rear camera, and it also uses ArcSoft algorithms.


This smartphone comes with Flyme 6.2 version coupled with Meizu’s OneMind AI engine. During gameplay, the frame rate stability can be increased by 20% with the game mode. As of now, there is no mention of an Android version.

Special Features

Meizu has expunged the mBack button thus navigation is handled by the Super mBack feature. Users can get perfect control of this device using the dedicated circular pressure sensor chip and linear vibration motor. With this, a tap will execute different functions depending on the part of the circle that is tapped. This coupled with other gestures makes this device very appealing. However, we will have to wait for some good reviews before we can indeed determine the correct operability of this feature.

Price & Availability

The Meizu M6S has two variants – the 3GB + 32GB version and the 3GB + 64GB model. While the former costs 999 Yuan ($155), the latter will go for 1199 Yuan ($186). As for the lovely cases, each will be sold for 49 Yuan ($7.5), but if you are buying it together with the smartphone, it will be sold for 39 Yuan ($6). As for its availability, users can start booking from 4:30 PM today.

Next Year To Be A Big One For Office 2010: Survey

Microsoft’s Office 2010 was only released last May and, in less than six months, 4 percent of corporate IT organizations have already fully deployed it, according to a new study.

Further, 2011 is looking like a banner year for the latest version of Microsoft’s (NASDAQ: MSFT) premier Office productivity application suite. Some 18 percent told Dimensional Researchthat they plan to deploy Office 2010 “broadly” by the end of the year, but a much larger number — 42 percent — said they plan to do the job in 2011.

That should put smile on Microsoft faces.

The Dimensional Research survey, which polled 953 IT professionals in September, was funded by Dell KACE, a systems management appliance vendor that Dell acquired earlier this year.

“Customers [have been] moving slowly and then, next year — boom — they’ll pull the trigger,” Rob Meinhardt, Dell KACE president, told chúng tôi in regard to the bottom line analysis in the report. KACE has funded a number of surveys in the past, mostly regarding Windows adoption, including Windows Vista and Windows 7.

An additional 18 percent of survey respondents said they plan to broadly deploy Office 2010 within the next two years. Only 7 percent plan to wait past 2012, although another 15 percent said they have no plans to deploy Office 2010 at all.

Despite what appears to be a largely positive response to Microsoft’s latest productivity suite, though, respondents weren’t without serious concerns.

According to the survey report, 78 percent of those who answered the poll have concerns about the package. A whopping 45 percent said that they have training issues regarding the Office “ribbon” user interface, which was first introduced with Office 2007.

At the same time, 36 percent have other user training issues with deploying and supporting Office 2010. Additionally, 33 percent cited “incompatibility with add-in applications” and 33 percent said they have concerns about “incompatibility with Office 2003 file formats.”

Meanwhile, deployments of Windows 7 have also picked up.

For instance, in September, the survey found, 6 percent of IT professionals said they were already done deploying Windows 7, while an additional 38 percent said they have achieved a partial rollout.

Indeed, the Windows 7 figures appear to agree with the number of licenses that Microsoft announced for the systems’ first year last week — 240 million, counting both consumer and corporate sales. That’s up from 175 million at the end of June.

Meantime, one of the issues that still haunts Microsoft — a resistance by many users to move off of Windows XP — is still very real. The survey found that 49 percent will deploy Office 2010 on machines running an operating system other than Windows 7 — that is, Vista or XP. Although the percentage that will deploy Office 2010 solely on Windows 7 came in at 51 percent, one thing is clear.

IT professionals will need to plan to support Office 2010 on multiple operating systems for the time being.

Stuart J. Johnston is a contributing writer at chúng tôi the news service of chúng tôi the network for technology professionals. Follow him on Twitter @stuartj1000.

Huawei P30 Pro One Year Later: Is It Still Worth Buying?


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HUAWEI P30 Pro review recap

Before we get started, why not take a trip down memory lane and read our original written HUAWEI P30 Pro review and watch our video review below!

The smartphone industry moves fast and a year feels like forever when it comes to new technology. However, you don’t always have to be on the bleeding edge to end up with a high-end experience, and the HUAWEI P30 Pro still packs in competitive flagship hardware that can compete with the best of phones of 2023.

The phone boasts a snappy in-display fingerprint scanner, IP68 dust and water resistance rating, fast-ish 15W wireless and reverse wireless charging, Bluetooth 5.0, aptX HD wireless audio, a huge 4,200mAh battery, up to 8GB of RAM, and 128GB or 512GB of storage. These specs and features have aged well and work just as wonderfully as in modern flagships. You can also upgrade the P30 Pro to Android 10 and EMUI 10 via an OTA update. What more could you expect from a 2023 flagship phone?

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The P30 Pro camera is still one of the best around

Of course, the HUAWEI P series is all about photography prowess. The HUAWEI P30 Pro set a high bar back in its day, with the industry’s first large 1/1.7-inch 40MP RYYB sensor, a wide-angle shooter, a 5x optical zoom lens, and time-of-flight sensor for accurate bokeh. That’s a package that still keeps up with many 2023 flagships. But has its quality been surpassed by more recent handsets like the Galaxy S20 Plus, the Google Pixel 4, or even the latest P series phone, the HUAWEI P40 Pro? Let’s take a quick look at a few Vs camera samples to find out.

Broadly speaking, the HUAWEI P30 Pro is a pretty accurate shooter. It aims for natural rather than oversaturated colors, produces high levels of detail, and offers accurate edges for bokeh blur. The only real drawback is that the camera’s white balance is often a tad too warm compared to Samsung and Google’s latest phones. This is something HUAWEI rectified with the P40 series.

The P30 Pro’s big win versus even 2023 handsets is that it can take a great low light picture in a single shot, thanks to its RYYB sensor. Meanwhile, other phones rely on four to five second exposure night modes for comparable luminosity but often inferior smudged details.

Camera shootout: OnePlus 8 Pro vs Galaxy S20 Plus vs HUAWEI P40 Pro

The consistency and range of options keep the HUAWEI P30 Pro as one of my favorite smartphone cameras of all time. It’s certainly not strictly the best across every segment, at least not anymore, but it’s good in virtually every scenario. The P30 Pro is still an unquestionably great camera package for the price, offering great detail, low light shots, and zoom functionality.

HUAWEI P30 Pro vs HUAWEI P30 Pro New Edition: What’s the difference?

The P30 Pro was a great phone in its day and still holds up well enough for HUAWEI to launch an updated version with the HUAWEI P30 Pro New Edition.

Hardware changes with the New Edition are virtually as small as they come. The updated version is equipped with 8GB RAM and 256GB of internal storage, instead of the 6GB/128GB and 8GB/512GB variants HUAWEI originally offered. It features the same Kirin 980 SoC, 4,200mAh battery, and the same camera package. The New Edition ships with EMUI 10.1 out of the box, but that update will head to regular models too.

HUAWEI P30 Pro New Edition

The P30 Pro New Edition offers all the great features and design of the original P30 Pro with a minor specs boost.

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If you want a great camera, battery life, or just a really good all-around smartphone, the HUAWEI P30 Pro is still a fantastic buy.

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Are Game Subscription Services Worth It?

Modern media consumption is all about subscriptions. Services like Netflix, Spotify, Kindle Unlimited and Marvel Unlimited are commonplace now. Movies, TV shows, books, music and more can now be had for a small monthly fee. 

Video games haven’t escaped this trend either. It seems like every major company involved with the industry is now offering some form of game subscription service. Are game subscription services worth it? Let’s look at the nuts and bolts of this new way to play.

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The “Netflix Of Games”?

When we refer to game subscription services, we’re talking about a very specific model. These services charge you a fee and then give you access to a library of titles that you can play. This excludes a subscription service such as PlayStation Plus or Games with Gold, which reward you with games on a piece by piece basis.

 A new subscriber to PlayStation Plus does not get access to the entire library of games that have been offered by the service in the past. If you want to know if PlayStation Plus is worth it, check out our article on how it works.

In this article, we’re talking about the Netflix-style all-you-can-eat game subscription services. So let’s break down the value proposition and some of the caveats you should take into account.

Streaming Vs Local Play

Video game streaming services are another development in the video game industry which is taking off in parallel with subscription services. These services let you play games that are running on a remote computer. In other words, your local machine doesn’t do any of the processing or graphical work.

Sometimes these services also offer a number of games as part of the subscription, while also selling game licences for streaming on a title by title basis. PlayStation Now, as an example, offers hundreds of PlayStation games that can be streamed over the internet, included in your package.

A more common form of subscription service lets you download your games to your console or computer just as you would if you bought it the traditional way. Which means you still need a computer capable of meeting the minimum requirements, in the case of PC gaming.

In our opinion, streaming games are a neat idea. However, you can’t play them if your internet is either too slow or disconnected. Something to keep in mind.

You’ve Got No Choices

Just as with Netflix, you don’t have any control over which games are offered in the library of the subscription service. Most of these services do a good job putting together a game library that will have something for everyone, but if you want specific franchises or games, your only option is to buy them.

Games Can Come And Go Older Titles Are More Common

Most of these subscription services build their libraries out of older games. This is not a problem in and of itself. Though many gamers are mainly interested in the latest titles. Still, it stands to reason that the latest and greatest AAA titles are not going to show up immediately on subscription services.

There are exceptions to this. Where the subscriptions are offered by companies that also develop or publish games themselves, their own first-party titles may well end up on the service. This isn’t the norm however, so you’ll have to accept that your affordable game subscription service means playing older games.

It’s a Great Way To Expand Your Horizons

One of the great things about game subscription services is that you get to play games that you otherwise would not have bought for yourself. Since the subscription is a fixed cost, there’s no reason not to experiment and try everything in the library.

You may find that a game you didn’t think would be any fun is actually perfect for you. It’s also a good way to avoid building up a giant gaming backlog. 

There Can Be Additional Perks

The main appeal of a game subscription service is, of course, the games you get to play as a member. However, you should also take into account whether there are extras to sweeten the deal. 

The most common type of perk is the always-welcome discount. Games that are part of the library may be available for permanent purchase at a lower price. Likewise, subscribers might get better deals for downloadable content than non-subscribers. Consider these extra perks and how valuable they are to you, that could tip the scale on whether the service as a whole is worth it.

A Few Good Subscriptions

With so many subscription services out there, it can be hard to know where to look. The good news is that there are only so many worth mentioning. Let’s go through some of the premiere options on various platforms.

For PC gamers, the number #1 service at the time of writing is Xbox Game Pass for PC. This offers a huge selection of games, including 1st-party triple-A juggernauts such as Forza Horizon 4, Halo and Microsoft Flight simulator. If you also own an Xbox One, you can pay for a subscription tier that covers both platforms.

Publisher-specific subscriptions such as those from EA via Origin Access or Ubisoft via Uplay+ are worth looking into. However, they only make sense for gamers who are fans of those publishers in general. If you’re a big Assassin’s Creed or Far Cry fan, for example, Uplay+ will be worth more to you.

On macOS and iOS, the most compelling game subscription services are without a doubt Apple Arcade. These games are curated by Apple and offer a wide variety of quality experiences. Being able to play the same games across your Mac, iPhone and iPad is pretty great. It also supports Family Sharing! Read more about Apple Arcade here.

Google has something similar for Android in the form of Play Pass. It offers hundreds of premium games as well as non-game apps. An incredible deal for Android gamers, but not available worldwide as Apple Arcade is.

PlayStation fans will want to look to PlayStation Now. This service started out as a way to stream older classic PlayStation games to other platforms. You can still do this, but it also offers downloadable PlayStation 4 games.

As mentioned, Xbox One users can have GamePass or opt for the Ultimate tier, which includes GamePass for PC as well as the Xbox Live service. 

The Best Deals in Gaming

While there are plenty of debates on whether game subscriptions are good for the game industry as a whole, there’s not doubt that they are incredibly good deals for gamers. Clearly, if you don’t actually play the games, they are worth nothing.

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