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MobileSyrup 02/22/2019 13:34
India-based leaker Ishan Agarwal ‘@ishanagarwal‘ has shared the first leaked image of Huawei’s upcoming foldable display smartphone, the Mate X. The image, courtesy of one of Agarwal’s Twitter followers, shows workers assembling a billboard at what I imagine is one of the conference halls in Barcelona that’s set to host Mobile World Congress next week.
More from MobileSyrup: 02/22/2019 13:08
The connection was established using Keysight’s 5G network emulation solutions and OnePlus’ flagship 5G smartphone, powered by the Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 855 Mobile Platform with Snapdragon X50 5G modem and antenna modules with integrated radio frequency (RF) transceiver, RF front-end and antenna elements.
PC Perspective 02/22/2019 13:01
You may remember news back in the summer of 2018 about Facebook's Onavo Protect VPN , when it was pulled from the Apple store due to the fact it collected an impressive array of information and sent it home to Ryan's clone. It had been available since 2013 and it took five years of this behaviour before Apple finally pulled it. If you were still desperate to overshare your phone habits with Facebook then Google was happy to help you out, until today that is . While the VPN is still available on the Play Store, Ars Technica has been assured it no longer collects usage data to send back to Facebook; though one should probably go cold turkey just in case. There are a number of Facebook employees that suggest these moves from Facebook are not i.
Lifeboat News: The Blog 02/22/2019 12:02
Glass lenses, used in everything from smartphone cameras to microscopes, are bulky, heavy, and expensive. Now, a team of U.S. researchers has created high-power lenses from thin, flat arrays of nanosized towers of titanium dioxide that are thinner than a sheet of paper. The novel lenses are made from so-called metamaterials, engineered to control the […]
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24/7 Wall Street 02/22/2019 11:40
Getting a new smartphone for $0 is not only possible but can be done at nearly any wireless carrier. The cost of "free" varies though, depending on which phone you choose.
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WebWire 02/22/2019 11:34
MediaTek mobile solutions operate on a range of mobile devices, including smartphones, feature phones, tablets, wearable devices and IoT devices.
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FeedNavigator 02/22/2019 09:30
Our aim was to assess the effect on CVRFs such as hypertension, dyslipidemia, diabetes and global CVR, of adding the use of a smartphone app to an intervention consisting of standard counseling on physical activity and the Mediterranean diet.
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PR Newswire 02/22/2019 08:45
Smartphones are Eating the Consumer Tech World.
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CNET News 02/22/2019 08:40
MWC traditionally offers you a window into what the smartphone world will look like over the next year.
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NDTV News (India) 02/22/2019 08:05
The leak shows images and some of the main specifications of all the six smartphones, which appear to be part of the company's budget or mainstream lineup.
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SlashGear 02/22/2019 06:20
But if these phones are really that great and they offer the best value for your money, why have they failed to establish themselves as the smartphone brands to beat.
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ITWeb (Africa) 02/22/2019 05:41
GfK found that while the high-end smartphone segment (R6 000 and above) accounted for 9.7% of smartphone unit sales during 2018, it contributed almost 50% in value.
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MyBroadband (Africa) 02/22/2019 05:25
Smartphone hacking is a very real threat, as are man-in-the-middle attacks and malware which can be used to steal your airtime and information.
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