Huawei Aims To Retain Smartphone Camera Crown Via Traditional Zoom

Huawei appears eager to hold onto its place at the top of DxOMark’s best smartphone camera list via the inclusion of traditional zoom. That’s based on a recent patent filing pulled from the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) by Tiger Mobiles. The exact details of the patent aren’t readily made clear by the filing […]

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OnePlus Reveals Yet Another Data Leaking Flaw It’s Had To Fix

OnePlus has now fixed yet another data-leaking flaw in its system, reports indicate. This flaw, in particular, was found in the out-of-warranty repair invoicing system on June 30. There’s been no clear indication as to how long it was in place. But, as with other OnePlus flaws, it was exploitable to allow access to a […]

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Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Screen Protectors Appear In Confusing Leak

Two screen protectors said to be for the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 have now leaked via Twitter tipster Ice Universe. Both of the coverings are described as “protective film” and showcase razor-thin bezels. That implies that these are not glass protectors but film. And that likely comes back to trouble Samsung has had in the […]

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64-Bit Chrome For Android Is Finally Coming This Year

Google is finally ready to launch its Chrome browser for Android in a 64-bit configuration, reports indicate. The updated version of the app can currently be seen in the Dev and Canary Channel for Chrome. Those are presently on version Chrome 85 and Chrome 86, respectively. That means users on Android can download those versions […]

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Galaxy Note 20 Series Price Leaks & It’s Unsurprisingly Expensive

Leaked price and release date information for the Samsung Galaxy Note 20, Note 20 Ultra, and Galaxy Fold 2 suggest this will be the most expensive series yet. Originally reported by Greek site Tech Maniac, the information here is said to have come from a “very reliable” source. So it shouldn’t be taken as the […]

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Global E-Waste Problem Mounts Following Record-Setting 2019

2019 was a record-setting year for global e-waste accumulation, following a 21 percent increase since 2014. That’s based on a newly-reported release from the Global E-waste Statistics Partnership (GESP). According to GESP, the amount of global e-waste in 2019 grew to 53.6 million metric tons. That’s the total amount of waste left behind by discarded […]

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Samsung Is Reportedly Skipping 4nm Chips With 3nm In Mind

Samsung will reportedly be skipping right past 4nm chip processes and aiming for 3nm chips. That’s according to reports out of China citing unnamed industry insiders. The move could potentially position Samsung ahead of its rivals, such as TSMC. But it isn’t at all without risks. Samsung is said to have made its decision to […]

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European Police Hacking Of Encrypted Phones Aided In Mass Crime Sting

European police have arrested thousands of criminals following a sting operation and the hacking of phones from subscription-based provider Encrochat. The massive operation has been ongoing since April 1, with arrests occurring in Norway, Sweden, France, Netherlands, and the UK. Reports indicate that the actual encryption was broken by police a month prior to the […]

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UCLA Debuts 98-Percent Accurate Sign Language-Translating Glove

UCLA researchers have now reportedly developed a new tech-driven glove that not only works for translating American Sign Language. It’s also inexpensive and accurate enough to be feasible for real-world use once fully developed. That’s according to research led by Jun Chen, an assistant professor of bioengineering at the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering. Others […]

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‘Default Positions’ Held By Google Search Face Challenges In The UK

A Google practice of paying others to remain in default positions on search is now facing scrutiny in the UK. That’s following a report revealed by the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority, now making headlines. According to the report, the company pays out around £1.2 billion, equating to roughly $1.5 billion, in the UK alone. […]

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