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Samsung kicks off new “Galaxy Sanitizing Service” to disinfect phones against coronavirus
Mar12

Samsung kicks off new “Galaxy Sanitizing Service” to disinfect phones against coronavirus

In apparent effort to help curb the spread of the coronavirus, Samsung has kicked off a new Galaxy Sanitizing Service across 19 countries. This is in addition to existing preventing tips already put in place by the World Health Organization. The coronavirus as you already know, does not have a vaccine yet, but can be prevented if certain hygiene-related steps are taken that include using hand sanitizers, washing of hands, and now...

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How is Plastic Used in Manufacturing Tablets?
Feb28

How is Plastic Used in Manufacturing Tablets?

When a new tablet comes out, the first thing you hear about is its fancy new specifications. Display size and resolution, pixel density, camera quality, processor speed, and storage space are all huge selling points—but what you are rarely told is what all of those hardware components are made out of. High-quality plastics and plastic sheet materials are used for shielding, heat resistance, and conductivity in many tablet parts. Let’s...

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Huawei Mate X Launched, Starts Foldable Phone War Against Samsung Galaxy Fold
Feb25

Huawei Mate X Launched, Starts Foldable Phone War Against Samsung Galaxy Fold

  Huawei launched on Sunday a new foldable smartphone at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. It now competes with the Samsung Galaxy Fold, the first consumer-ready foldable device. The Chinese tech giant said the Huawei Mate X will start at 2299 euros (roughly $2600) and ship by mid-2019. It tops even the $1980 high-end Samsung Galaxy Fold and the most expensive Apple iPhones. U.S. officials have warned consumers against...

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Apple will require all apps in the App Store to have privacy policy
Aug31

Apple will require all apps in the App Store to have privacy policy

Apple’s hammer is about to come down heavily on apps that have no form of communication to users whatsoever about how their data is being used. The company posted the announcement to developers through the App Store Connect portal—the company said all apps, including ones still being tested will from October 3 be required to have a privacy policy. “Starting October 3, 2018, App Store Connect will require a privacy policy for all new...

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Samsung launches Exynos 5100 5G modem with 2Gbps per second speeds
Aug16

Samsung launches Exynos 5100 5G modem with 2Gbps per second speeds

Samsung has launched a modem it claimed is the first 5G enabled one in the industry. Its new Exynos 5100 modem, according to Business Wire, supports multi-mode communication, which ensures high efficiency in terms of transmission of data. The Exynos 5100 modem is fully compatible with 3GPP, and is built on power-efficient 10-nanometer process technology. The modem supports both the sub-6GHz and mmWave portions of the electromagnetic...

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Apple launches pocket-friendly iPad for students
Mar28

Apple launches pocket-friendly iPad for students

Apple has launched its pocket-friendly iPads and education software targeted at students. Apple’s effort is aimed at winning back the hearts of stakeholders in the educational sector—a place it has lost to Google and Microsoft in the last couple of years. The launch marks the company’s first major product event of the year. The last time Apple did an education product launch was in 2012, and that was when the Cupertino-based company...

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