Smartphone Launch Events Are Silly

On Tuesday of this week Samsung impounded its annual Galaxy Unpacked event in San Francisco. It did what most tech fellowships set out to do when they host a big event: Announce shiny new products( Galaxy S2 0! Another folding…

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Samsung skips nine numbers, announces the Galaxy S20

The world will likely never verify the Galaxy S1 1. Or the Galaxies S12-S19, for that matter. At an occasion this morning in San Francisco, Samsung announced that it was skipping a decade’s worth of handsets and going straight-shooting to…

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Huawei can buy from US suppliers again but things will never be the same

U.S. President Donald Trump has sided Huawei a lifeline after he said that U.S. business are permitted to sell goods to the embattled Chinese tech firm following more than a month of uncertainty. It’s been a pretty frightful past three…

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TikTok parent Bytedance is reportedly working on its own smartphone

It’s been a busy couple of months for Bytedance, one of the world’s most valuable startups and the operator of globally popular video app TikTok. The Beijing-based company has continued to grow its list of apps to include the likes…

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Rolands tiny R-07 recorder is better than your phones recorder app

In an period when the smartphone can do everything, why do you need a standalone audio record-keeper? Roland, makers of music gear, might have an answer. Their R-0 7 articulate recorder is about as big as an original iPod and…

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Xiaomis Mi 9 includes a triple lens rear camera and wireless charging

Mobile World Congress, the mobile industry’s annual shindig, is next week, but Xiaomi can’t wait to divulge its newest top-end phone. The Chinese busines instead picked today to unveil the Mi 9. Once again Xiaomi’s design ethic closely resembles Apple’s…

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TCL leaks foretell a weird future for foldable phones

Foldables are going to get mysterious. And I’m now for it. Simply check out these divulged TCL renders from CNET. All nature of strange and terrific folding devices — two tablets and three smartphones, including one that flip-flop all the…

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In case of a no-deal Brexit, roaming charges could be reintroduced for UK customers

In action of a no-deal Brexit, you better check your phone invoice when wandering Image: Getty Images In case of a no-deal Brexit, Brits who love exerting their telephones when out of the country might have to start factoring in…

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Apples increasingly tricky international trade-offs

Far from Apple’s bothers in developing groceries and China, the company is attracting the ire of what has truly be a core follower demographic naturally aligned with the pro-privacy stance CEO Tim Cook has stimulated into his public soapbox in…

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Google still claimed to be blocking search rivals on Android, despite Europes antitrust action

Mobile licensing changes made by Google this autumn, where reference is tweaked expressions for OEMs had wished to permission its Android smartphone platform on maneuvers destined for the European market, don’t appear to be offering succour to scour competitors —…

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