Foldable phone looks to be the next big thing that is going to flood the market very soon, and Samsung is expected to be the first major vendor to launch a foldable smartphone as early as 2018. Though Samsung has filed numerous patents for foldable phones in the past, new sketches of the Samsung phone that is foldable have surfaced online.
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Microsoft Windows 10 mobile is dead and has even confirmed that Windows 10 Mobile and new hardware no longer a focus. However, latest we hear that company isn’t entirely pulling out the mobile altogether. It is said that Microsoft is now working on a foldable device with Pen and digital ink in focus.
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Since the first batch of Pixel 2 XL review units has gone out, we have been hearing two major issues with the display of the Pixel 2 XL one being the screen burn-in issues and the other is the unsaturated colors. Google was quick to respond, and on 23rd October it mentioned that it had started actively investigating the differential aging or the screen burn-in.
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After confirming that it is actively investigating reports of screen burn-in issue of the Pixel 2 XL, Google today has announced that both the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL come with a two-year warranty at no extra cost. Users who have already purchase the Pixel 2 or the Pixel 2 XL will also be eligible for the two-year warranty.
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After a slight downfall in the Q2 2017, smartphone market in India has recovered quickly with shipments growing 23% year on year in Q3 2017. A total of 40 million units were sold in India just in Q3 2017 and for the first time, India has overtaken the U.S. to become the second largest second largest smartphone market after China, according to the latest report from Canalys.
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One year after the launch, Facebook’s Workplace for Desktop, Android, and iOS gets updated with new design, look and feel of the platform, easy navigation and better conversations that will make the Workplace much easier to use.
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Aircel has launched new Mobile backup solution which enables customers to backup contacts and other essential data like messages, images, videos, audios and other files to the cloud storage and use it on multiple devices.
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Google introduced Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL earlier this month. Though initial reports said that there might be total three Pixel smartphones, Google only launched two variants of the new Pixel phone canceling the third Pixel device.
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Amazon has introduced a new way of a delivery system for prime users in the USA called the Amazon Key service which will allow the courier to open your front door and put your package inside your home. It also launched a new Cloud Cam security camera which has support for Alexa voice assistant.
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Microsoft has officially confirmed that it has killed off the Kinect and stopped manufacturing it. The Microsoft Kinect is a watershed depth camera and voice recognition microphone accessory which was originally created for the Xbox 360 back in November 2010.
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HMD Global has launched the Nokia phones beta labs which will allow Nokia smartphone users to test the Android 8.0 Oreo beta before the final OTA update rolls out. The company has started the beta testing with the Nokia 8, however, the Nokia 3, 5 and 6 will follow soon.
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Update: Apple has issued a statement to Business Insider saying that the Bloomberg report is completely false and the quality and accuracy of Face ID haven’t changed. Continue reading “Apple lowered Face ID spec to speed up iPhone X production: Report [Update]”
The Sony Xperia XZ1, XZ1 Compact, XZ Premium and XZs that were launched this year feature a new camera sensor that has a bit wider angle lens compared to the most smartphones. While that is a good thing, many users have started complaining about the camera has distortion effects when taking pictures.
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Lenovo in partnership with Intel has introduced first PCs with built-in FIDO authentication system for better and safer online authentication when logging into popular websites like PayPal, Google, Dropbox, and Facebook.
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Earlier this year Google had announced that it would allow Add-ons for Gmail, and finally today, the company has launched native Add-on for Gmail. This will make the email service more engaging and business friendly.
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