Huawei, once Samsung’s rival, may be deleting China protest videos

You may have probably heard about the recent protests in China. Foxconn employees took to the streets to protest the company for misleading claims on wage increases and other benefits that never came to pass. Most other protests in China are reportedly happening due to recent COVID lockdowns and restrictions. Amid all this, a report […]

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Surface Duo may be getting its own Insider Program for Android betas soon

What you need to know References to an “Insider Program” have been spotted in the latest Android update for Surface Duo. The flighting functionality is used internally by engineers currently.  An Insider Program for Duo would allow Microsoft to flight new features and Android updates in beta to enthusiasts earlier. Microsoft is a big fan […]

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Samsung may release a Self Repair Assistant mobile app for DIYers

A new trademark application filed by Samsung may have revealed the company’s future plans related to its Self-Repair program. Judging by the filing, Samsung appears to be working on a new mobile app called “Self Repair Assistant.” The app’s icon, shown in the trademark application, consists of a stylized cogwheel and wrench on a blue […]

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Report: The FTC may try to block Xbox’s Activision Blizzard acquisition

What you need to know The United States Federal Trade Commission, or FTC, is currently investigating Microsoft’s $69 billion acquisition of games publisher Activision Blizzard. According to a new report, sources familiar with the investigation suggest an antitrust lawsuit isn’t an impossibility. The FTC commissioners have yet to vote or even to meet with lawyers […]

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Samsung may supply NAND for future iPhones destined for China

Apple is reportedly making changes along the supply chain for parts destined for iPhones in China. And instead of acquiring NAND flash modules from local supplier YMTC (Yangtse Memory Technologies Co), Apple supposedly intends to buy these memory chips for future iPhone models from Samsung. These plans are reportedly set in motion for iPhones to […]

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Samsung may supply NAND for future iPhones destined for China

Apple is reportedly making changes along the supply chain for parts destined for iPhones in China. And instead of acquiring NAND flash modules from local supplier YMTC (Yangtse Memory Technologies Co), Apple supposedly intends to buy these memory chips for future iPhone models from Samsung. These plans are reportedly set in motion for iPhones to […]

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Twitter may shut down, but Windows Central readers are split on if Microsoft should buy it

What you need to know Twitter has been in turmoil since Elon Musk purchased the social media platform a few weeks ago. Recent reports suggest that Twitter could shut down permanently following a mass departure of employees. Windows Central readers were split almost 50/50 on if Microsoft should purchase Twitter. Since Elon Musk purchased Twitter, […]

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India May Force Apple to Adopt USB-C on iPhone After EU Passes Similar Law

Wednesday November 16, 2022 11:37 pm PST by Sami Fathi India is making progress on a government proposal that would enforce a standard charger, USB-C, across all smartphones, tablets, and laptops, following in the footsteps of the EU, which just recently passed a similar law. In a government press release, India’s Ministry of Consumer Affairs, […]

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Upcoming Google Pixel 7a may feature an upgraded display from Samsung

Google released the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro high-end phones last month without saying much about a possible sequel to the mid-range Pixel 6a. Nevertheless, the company is developing the so-called Pixel 7a to fill the gap in the mid-range segment. And according to a new report, Google’s upcoming mid-range handset will feature a […]

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Countries Hit Hardest by Climate Change May Finally Get Their Due

Speakers have frequently invoked the phrase “climate reparation” to describe the responsibility to compensate future generations based on past harms. That reflects a tradition as old as World War I, when certain nations were held responsible for paying for the clean-up, explains Lisa Vanhala, a political scientist at University College London who studies loss and […]

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Huawei Super Device: What it is and why you may want to use it

We’ve seen Huawei Super Device thrown around since the company unveiled its fancy new ecosystem wireless capabilities earlier this year. Like other brands, Huawei makes everything from smartphones to desktop PCs, and as such is now in a position where select devices are able to communicate with one another. This is no mere file transfer […]

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Samsung may not pursue slidable phones, but its rivals might have to

Even though Samsung Display has been experimenting with various form factors and use cases for its state-of-the-art foldable display technology, at least one analyst believes that the company has no interest in developing commercial slidable phones. Furthermore, because Samsung has a tight grip on the foldable phone market as it is, Chinese smartphone manufacturers might […]

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The Honor 80 Pro+ may have a 160MP camera on the back, dual 50MP cams on the front

Previously, leakster Digital Chat Station detailed three Honor 80 models – vanilla, Pro and Pro+ with Dimensity 1080, Snapdragon 778G and Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset. That last one was supposed to have a 200MP camera. Now the leakster reports new details – the Honor 80 Pro+ may actually have a 160MP camera. Allegedly, a […]

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Samsung may have expanded its Galaxy S23 Ultra camera supply chain

All rumors indicate that the upcoming Galaxy S23 Ultra will feature four rear-facing cameras, including a 200MP primary sensor, a 12MP ultra-wide shooter, and two 10MP telephoto cameras — one with 3x optical zoom and the other boasting 10x capabilities thanks to folded-lens technology. According to a new report, China’s Sunny Optical will supply two […]

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Halo Infinite’s Forge mode may get campaign AI after all

What you need to know Halo Infinite developer 343 Industries has announced that it’s possible to implement campaign AI spawns into Forge mode, Halo’s beloved map-making tool. Since Halo Infinite already supports navmesh pathfinding and AI-controlled bots, the studio has a “head start” in regards to pursuing this feature. Forge mode is being introduced with […]

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Samsung may start developing chips for smart homes on wheels this year

Samsung might be developing a new series of chipsets designed for home appliances and future self-driving cars that may share some commonalities with the smart home. The company will reportedly start development on these so-called home appliance chips before the end of 2022. Samsung announced back in August that it wants nearly all future home […]

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Carrier may have “confirmed” Galaxy S23 design, availability, pre-order bonus

An alleged leaked promotional poster from KT may have confirmed the Galaxy S23 and the Galaxy S23+ design, along with pre-order bonuses and the date when customers might get the option to pre-order the next flagships. According to this new information, Samsung’s next Unpacked event for the Galaxy S23 series could take place on January […]

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Microsoft breach may have affected 65,000 companies in 111 countries

What you need to know Microsoft was alerted by security researchers at SOCRadar about a misconfigured endpoint that had exposed some customer information. Microsoft had quickly acted to correct its mistake to secure its customers’ data. Though Microsoft would not reveal how many people were impacted, SOCRadar researchers claimed that 65,000 entities across 111 countries […]

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Galaxy S23 Ultra may have slightly thinner metal frame and rounder corners

New bits of information concerning the Galaxy S23 Ultra’s exterior design emerged today, clarifying some of the finer details regarding the phone’s bezels, the active display area, and the shape of the phone’s corners. These small details may go unnoticed by most future Galaxy S23 Ultra customers, but here they are. According to the latest […]

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Samsung may build new foundry plant in Europe and outsource more chips

Samsung may have developed a new strategy to reduce the risk of supply disruptions to its semiconductor clients. For one, the foundry division is reportedly considering building a new chip manufacturing plant. In addition, Samsung’s chips business may be looking for new partners to rely more on outsourcing. Samsung officials cited by the Korean media […]

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