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Computing, Hardware

Apple MacBook Air (2019) review: the new normal

July 17, 2019

Via: The Verge

The biggest difference for most people is that Apple has cut the price down by $100, so a model with 128GB of storage and 8GB of RAM now costs $1,099. That’s much closer to what I think this laptop should […]


Mobile, Smartphones

Xiaomi Mi A3 unveiled with 720p+ OLED screen, S665 chipset, €250 price tag

July 17, 2019

Via: GSM Arena

The stock Android-running Xiaomi Mi A3 is official, but it’s not what we were hoping for – it’s based on the Mi CC9e with no upgrades. This means the Android One phone has a 6.1” OLED screen with 720 x […]


Mobile, Smartphones

Half of all smartphones sold in 2023 ‘will be 5G’

July 17, 2019

Via: Techradar

5G smartphones will account for more than half of all mobile phone sales by 2023 as manufacturers seeking to arrest the ongoing contraction of the market. According to Gartner, sales of devices (PCs, tablets and mobile phones) will fall by […]


Apps & OS, Mobile

Samsung phones to get One UI 2.0 along with Android Q, Galaxy S11 series to receive One UI 2.1

July 16, 2019

Via: Phone Arena

Samsung is reportedly releasing the second version of its relatively-fresh One UI interface to eligible Samsung devices alongside with Android Q later this year, says SamMobile. One UI 2.0 will be released with the next big major software update for […]


Apps & OS, Mobile

Bixby Routines vs Siri Shortcuts: Samsung and Apple switched roles?

July 16, 2019

Via: Phone Arena

We are slowly but surely getting to the point where we will have some wicked automation options on our smartphones. It all started years ago with apps like ITTT (If This Then That), which allowed users to choose and automate […]


Apps & OS, Mobile

Vulnerability in iOS 13 beta gives unauthenticated access to stored passwords in Settings

July 16, 2019

Via: TechSpot

Currently in beta, Apple’s iOS 13 gets a few iterations before its gold release in fall as developers and curious users get to test new features and give feedback on their experience. A recent flaw that was first reported on […]


Internet, Wireless & Cloud

It Is a Multi-Cloud World, Says VMWare COO

July 16, 2019

Via: WebPro

“VMWare allows the datacenter to act like a public cloud,” says VMWare COO Sanjay Poonen. “It is a multicloud world. While AWS will be first and preferred for us, we want every customer that has VMWare in the private cloud […]


Gadgets, Mobile

Amazfit GTR unveiled in 42mm and 47mm versions, has up to 24 days battery life

July 16, 2019

Via: GSM Arena

As expected, Huami unveiled the Amazfit GTR smartwatch. It features a round OLED display like the Amazfit Smart Watch 2 and comes in two sizes – 42mm and 47mm. Both have sharp screens with 326ppi pixel density. The smaller model […]


Apps & OS, Mobile

WhatsApp and Telegram media files aren’t so secure after they reach your phone

July 15, 2019

Via: The Verge

While they’re known for strongly encrypting messages in transit, apps like WhatsApp and Telegram may not always be able to keep files safe after they’re on your phone. Today, researchers from Symantec explain how hackers could use a malicious app […]


Mobile, Smartphones

The HTC Wildfire E could mark the brand’s return to the budget segment

July 15, 2019

Via: Phone Arena

As HTC’s smartphone business has shrunk in size, the company has retreated from unprofitable segments and switched its focus over to the flagship and upper-midrange markets. But according to sources, the brand could soon make a surprise return to the […]