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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip Selfie Camera reviewed on DxOMark

Exactly last month, we said that the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip received decent scores on DxOMark. The numbers were for the main rear camera system. Its average score of 105 put the smartphone in the top 15. It’s now down to 17th place a number of phones have since been reviewed. Now DxOMark tests the […]

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Mort de George Floyd: 8 minutes, 46 secondes de silence et de colère à la cérémonie d’hommage – 20 Minutes

La cousine de George Floyd, Shareeduh Tate, aux côtés d’autres membres de la famille, lors d’une cérémonie d’hommage, le 4 juin 2020 à l’université North Central de Minneapolis. — Jack Gruber/Imagn/Sipa USA/SIPA « Get your knee of our necks » («Enlevez vos genoux de nos cous »). Le révérend et leader des droits civiques Al Sharpton l’a martelé […]

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Lenovo Chromebook Flex 3i rolls out as an affordable option

The last Chromebook we featured here was one from Lenovo. The Lenovo Chromebook Duet was made ready for pre-order at Best-Buy. Before that, HP also introduced new Chromebook models ideal for remote work setup a few months after Chromebooks for education and digital teaching were revealed. More from Samsung and ASUS were also unveiled at […]

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Apple Supplier Broadcom Expecting iPhone Launch Delays

Broadcom, a company that makes components for Apple’s iPhone, today suggested some 2020 ‌iPhone‌ models could see a delayed launch this year due to the ongoing global health crisis. As relayed by Bloomberg, Broadcom CEO Hock Tan today discussed a “major product cycle delay” at a “large North American mobile phone” company. There was no […]

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Apple Implementing COVID-19 Prevention Measures as Employees Return to Work

As employees begin returning to work at Apple’s Apple Park and Infinite Loop campuses, Apple is implementing COVID-19 prevention measures that include testing, social distancing, and temperature checks, reports Bloomberg. Some employees, such as hardware and software engineers, began returning to ‌Apple Park‌ in May. Some of the people who are working at the campus […]

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Apple Working on iPadOS Shortcuts for Changing iPad Keyboard Brightness

Apple appears to be working on keyboard shortcuts that will allow users who have a Magic Keyboard or other attached keyboard with key brightness settings to adjust the brightness level. Signs of Apple’s work on the shortcuts were found in iOS 13.5.5 code by 9to5Mac. The site says the beta has references to keyboard shortcuts […]

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Samsung’s Hand Wash App now available for all Galaxy Watch users

While there’s still no known vaccine for the coronavirus, one of the best ways that we can protect ourselves is by practicing basic personal hygiene. Unfortunately, not everyone is in the habit of washing their hands regularly. It may seem common sense for some but for those who still need to develop this habit, there’s […]

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Windows 10 Build 19640 est disponible en téléchargement, quoi de neuf ?

Microsoft a publié une nouvelle version de prévisualisation de Windows 10. Proposée dans le cadre du programme Windows Insider, elle s’adresse aux utilisateurs inscrits sur l’anneau rapide. Il n’y a pas de nouveauté seulement des améliorations et des corrections de bugs. L’un des changements à noter concerne l’assistant de stockage.  Sa fonction de nettoyage automatique […]

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Slack joins forces with Amazon in bid to challenge Microsoft Teams

Slack and Amazon announced a new partnership today that is meant to appeal more to enterprise customers. Through the partnership, Slack will take advantage of Amazon’s Chime infrastructure for Slack calls, giving it a “high-quality” backbone for audio, video, and screen-sharing capabilities through Slack’s integrated calling experience. “The future of enterprise software will be driven […]

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$5B class suit filed against Google for violation of privacy laws

When you browse the internet using the Incognito mode, do you really believe that Google is not tracking what you’re seeing? Well, apparently there are “millions” of Google users that do not believe that and are in fact wanting to hold the tech giant accountable for violating privacy laws. A class-action lawsuit has been filed […]

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