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Samsung Announces Their Galaxy S20 Flagship Phones for 2020

Samsung has launched their 2020 Galaxy S range at their Unpacked 2020 event. Many of us were expecting the phones to be labelled the Galaxy S11 which logically continues the naming method they have used since the original Galaxy S. But Samsung has skipped a few (10 to be precise) and gone straight to the S20 for 2020. As expected there have been big improvements in spec over the Galaxy S10, the S20 line up has been given a significant increase in processing power, battery and the camera. The processor in all three is a 7nm 64-bit Octa-Core unit. All ...
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Berlin Streets Go Red Courtesy Of an Artist’s Hack

99 Smartphones Used To Create Virtual Traffic Jams In Google Maps Globally, there is a sizeable number of drivers who will never leave their offices or homes without first finding out about the traffic situation on the routes they plan to use. That is why Google Maps is an almost indispensable tool for such drivers – at a glance, they can instantly tell the roads to use and the ones to avoid. Since Google Maps collects and relays traffic data in real-time, time-conscious road users are heavily dependent on it. The ability to provide the latest and most reliable info ...
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From Classic to LE: The Revolutionary Improvements Envisioned For Bluetooth Audio In 2020

Users of Bluetooth-powered audio devices should look forward to exciting changes once the revolutionary improvements envisioned by the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (BSIG) get implemented. While devices in current use operate on Bluetooth Classic radio, the BSIG envisions a future where a new technology will not only bring improvements to the gadgets currently in use but also make it possible for the development of new products. This was one of the big announcements at CES 2020. LE Audio, or Low Energy, is the name of the new technology, and it comes with changes that are radically different from the Classic ...
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Powering tomorrow: world’s most powerful Lithium-Sulphur battery

Monash researchers develop the world’s most efficient Lithium-Sulphur battery Associate Professor Matthew Hill, Dr Mahdokht Shaibani and Professor Mainak Majumder with the lithium-sulphur battery design. Image courtesy of Monash University. Researchers from Monash University are on the verge of commercializing what is said to be the world’s most efficient lithium-sulphur (Li-S) battery. This new technology could reportedly outperform current batteries by more than four times, as well as powering Australia and other global markets well into the future. How to best power up machines and electric devices remains a challenge. Smartphones that have brought great convenience and made it possible ...
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What Is OPPO VOOC Flash Charge?

Smarthone charging speeds have come close to being doubled in the last two years. And now Oppo, a China based phone manufacturer, has upped the challenge. Oppo has been at the front of this race with VOOC and now they have levelled up with massive improvements to their VOOC Flash Charge Technology. All mobile devices such as smart phones use batteries as their source of power and keeping the battery charged and the device operating has been a challenge until the introduction of Oppo VOOC Flash Charge. What Does OPPO VOOC Mean? OPPO VOOC stands for Voltage Open Loop Multi-Stage ...
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Everything to Know About Apple Arcade

Apple isn't a company that's known for video games! Apple is known for phones shops made entirely of glass and a frustratingly disagreeable level obsession with removing all the holes from solid pieces of aluminum (I mean the MacBooks). That's about to change though with Apple hoping to take a serious claim in the gaming biz with its own games platform Apple arcade. We've got our hands-on Apple arcade and several of the games playable and found it's unlike any other game service out there at the moment the better and for worse. Here's what you need to know about ...
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Google Pixel 4 And Pixel 4XL Announced

It’s 2019 and leaks are given but nothing quite like the Google Pixel 4 which is probably the most leaked phone in the history of leaks. Despite all the controversies surrounding its design, features and hardware, Google Pixel 4 and Pixel 4XL seems set to please its fans with a fresh look and squarish back camera model. In terms of updates the new Pixel 4 and the Pixel 4XL has a lot worth talking about. Design In terms of design, this new Pixel iteration seems rather disappointing at first because it does not seem to be a unique experience for ...
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iPhone 11 Pro Review

Apple has never labeled “Pro” on an iPhone as it would on iPads or MacBook’s. But they broke this trend this year. Pro essentially implies enhanced processors and larger screens. Although the iPhone 11 Pro has the same processor as the iPhone 11, its screen is larger. One advantage of the Pro over the iPhone 11 is that a supplemental camera is available on the iPhone 11 Pro and is included in the compelling 3-camera design behind the iPhone 11 Pro.  In contrast, there is no telephoto camera on the iPhone 11. iPhone 11 Pro is the finest iPhone this ...
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2019 iPhones: iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro And iPhone 11 Pro Max

Everything Announced At The Special Apple Event Today By John Hansen Apple held a special event at the Steve Jobs Theater in San Francisco today. Among other things, a new iPhone was announced. Here is everything that was shown at the event. 2019 iPhones The big draw of this event is the new iPhone 11 which will have three different models. The base model starts out at $1,199 in Australia. Preorders begin on September 13th with the 20th being the launch day of all three models. The new iPhones come in six different colors: Purple, White, Yellow, Green, Black and ...
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How Does The Galaxy Note9’s S Pen Charging Work?

The Galaxy Note9’s S Pen is Bluetooth compatible and its remote functions are operated via Bluetooth. Because of this the S Pen does need to be charged to keep working. Samsung say on their website that when the S Pen is fully charged it will last for about 30 minutes, or let you make around 200 clicks. When the S Pen is fully depleted or discharged, Air command and Writing/Drawing can still be used. When the S Pen falls below 20% charge capacity you will see a notification on the Note9's screen. Below is how you can see the exact ...
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