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    Permanently connected laptops with Windows promise, but still need work

    Laptops with integrated cellular communications may become relevant for consumers this year, after many years of availability only for business customers. One of the biggest successes for these connected computers is from Qualcomm, which advertises its Snapdragon platform as the future of mobile laptops. Windows on Snapdragon computers that run on Qualcomm smartphones processors and modems will finally appear on store shelves this spring. The Windows on Snapdragon platform is more than just a

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    OnePlus 7 Review: Designed to Make You Want to Buy OnePlus 7 Pro

    OnePlus called the OnePlus 7 series its dexterity. He announced 7 Pro, as if this is a new addition to the lineup - and this is indeed a phone full of new things - but the novelty of the OnePlus strategy is that the company is currently doing accelerated processing of old Apple-esque models as its input. What OnePlus 7 is: OnePlus 6T upgradeable to a Snapdragon 855 processor and a 48-megapixel camera, and nothing more. I am complaining? Just a little. Before the advent of the OnePlus 7 Pro,

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    The destruction of the Galaxy Fold by iFixit shows the biggest design flaw

        Although technically this is not the first time we see the insides of the currently deferred Samsung Galaxy Fold, the analysis of the iFixit folding device is absolutely the most informed and detailed of all that we have seen. Following the publication of our reasoning about the possible causes of various screen breaks that we observed in the review blocks, an analysis of the dismantling of iFixit, apparently, revealed a fundamental design compromise that Samsung had to do - the

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    Samsung and Huawei end a multi-year patent battle

        Samsung and Huawei agreed to settle a lengthy lawsuit, which resulted in the two companies fighting for patents on smartphones in more than 40 lawsuits, according to Nikkei, who reports that the settlement was reported in the local Chinese media. The terms of the settlement were not announced, but the companies seem to have reached a general agreement, which should bring them closer to an agreement on the cross-licensing of their patents. They will also reject all lawsuits against

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    IPad Pro Review

        When I first took the iPad Pro at an Apple event in September of this year, I could not help laughing. On the one hand, its size: it is big, just crazy. And with a price that easily rises to a thousand dollars, this is the most expensive iPad ever. There is also the fact that Apple lay back again and watched others launch a new product category before rushing in and claiming it. The company did it with MP3 players, phablets, smart watches. Now he represented a powerful tablet PC

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    The man who predicted Antennagate is no longer at Apple

        In recent years, Apple has had a few public embarrassment — AirPower, the unreliable MacBook keyboard, and the iPhone slowdown saga — but since the advent of the Antennagate technology scandal, when the iPhone 4 tended, it took a minute to reject calls if you kept it in a certain way. . Today The Information reports (and AppleInsider confirms) that Apple’s vice president of wireless technology engineer Ruben Caballero left the company, which is remarkable for several reasons.

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    ASUS ZENBOOK FLIP 14 OVERVIEW: PORTABLE FORCE

        This is the future of ultra-portable laptops: a machine capable of 3D-editing and Photoshop, without bending under pressure and not giving up anything in portability. Everything about the Asus ZenBook Flip 14 looks and sounds standard for a 2-in-1 laptop - a slim case, a powerful processor, and excellent battery life - except for this: a discrete graphics chip. This is what makes the ZenBook Flip 14 unique from a variety of other 2-in-1. Intel and AMD are still working on creating

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    The company behind the two-screen YotaPhone went bankrupt

        We have been following the Russian YotaPhone since 2012, but it seems that the saga of a powerful two-screen phone with E Ink support has come to an end. Yota Devices went bankrupt, Cnews.ru and Liliputing reported, pointing to a notice of liquidation published in the Cayman Islands newspaper (PDF). Poor sales delivered the company According to Russian media reports, this was a lawsuit that eventually bankrupted the company. The manufacturer Yota for the first two phones YotaPhony

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    Samsung announces two new mid-range Galaxy A phones focusing on cameras

        Samsung announced two new mid-range phones in the Galaxy A, A30 and A50 series. Phones were first discovered on the Samsung website in India, and it looks like invitations were sent to a press conference in Mumbai, Hyderabad and Calcutta on February 28th. This is Samsung's push against the market share lost in India for Chinese manufacturers such as Xiaomi, whose cheaper phones with competitive features are becoming increasingly popular in the country. Cameras are one of the main

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    This is what folding phone cases will look like.

        Companies involved in phone cases are already beginning to figure out what the case looks like for the coming wave of folding phones. Spigen is one of the first to develop a design, and he shared the layouts of the three products he plans to launch for Samsung's Galaxy Fold. All enclosures have a similar design: the front covers protect the top and bottom panels of the 4.6-inch external display and the cutouts for the system with three rear-facing cameras. In total there will be

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