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Don't let that 90-day reprieve fool you, the Trump Administration still doesn't trust Huawei. According to AFB, Acting Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan says that Huawei cannot be trusted because of how close it is to the communist Chinese government.
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Three in four adult consumers in India constantly use more than one device simultaneously and spend almost 90 percent of their workday interacting with devices, said an Adobe study on Friday.
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For those unaware, Uber drivers can also give their riders rating in a way similar to how riders can rate their drivers. The rider ratings appear just below their name in the settings menu on the top left.
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5G is coming very soon – in fact, in a few places it’s already here. It’s the next generation of mobile networks, following on from 4G/LTE, and it promises much higher speeds, lower latency and more reliable connections, so you can browse, play, stream and download faster, or in higher quality.
At Computex 2019, major tech companies are showing off their newest products and visions for the future of computing. Microsoft is also sharing its vision for the future in a blog post that highlights the path forward for the future of Windows 10 – or another operating system (OS) entirely.
A new term started creeping up in manufacturers' phone specs listing, making a cameo way back with the Xiaomi Mi 8 but still not as widespread as we'd like. Xiaomi even came out with the video you see above to brag about its virtues.
In June 2018, the World Health Organization (WHO) proposed adding “gaming disorder” to its list of globally recognized diseases, and now the Organization has officially agreed on the addition.
A couple of weeks ago, my SIM card found itself inside a phone quite unlike the rest. I switched to the Asus ZenFone 6, a Snapdragon 855-powered phone that stands out with its no-notch display, flippy camera module, and $499 starting price.
There are now so many reasons why you might want to record a video screen capture of your desktop or even your smartphone or tablet display. There are clear business reasons for doing so...
Last Friday the US Commerce Department added Huawei to the “Entity List”, aka the blacklist. Essentially, this meant that US companies are banned from exporting hardware and software to Huawei. The full impact of this became clear just days later.
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Just because messages and videos on Snapchat sent in Chat disappear after being read doesn't mean that this content is safely hidden from prying eyes.
Sure, Huawei owners are concerned right now that their phones might not receive any more updates (either for the Android operating system or for Android apps) after August 19th. And Huawei products are certainly not welcome in the U.S. by lawmakers.