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Honor 10 Is Like A Cheaper Version Of Huawei P20

The Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei has just introduced the new top model of its subsidiary brand Honor. As expected, it is a kind of “cheap Huawei P20”. It has a “notch” at the top of the screen and the back of the phone is very colorful. Honor 10 also has a lot of features previously seen

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Samsung Has Less Than 1 Percent Market Share In China

The Korean electronics giants Samsung has a problem: in one of the largest markets in the world, it has now relegated to an even lower position, because the market share of the company has fallen to under one percent, according to analysts in China.

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Eurasian Economic Commission Filings Indicate iPhone SE 2 Might Launch Soon

The US computer company Apple could surprisingly present new iPhone models very soon. Recently, the documents for a whole range of new Apple smartphones have been published at an Eastern European regulatory agency, which now fuels the speculation around new, cheaper models, particularly iPhone SE 2.

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Facebook has different standards for ordinary users and senior leaders

The world’s largest social network Facebook apparently has different standards for ordinary users and senior leaders. The company now admitted that it had deleted messages written by company founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg via its in-house messenger from recipients’ inboxes.

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Apple Is Working On Touch-free Gestures And Curved Displays For iPhone

Seems like Apple has a lot of plans under the hood. The company really seems to be making efforts to differentiate itself from the competition in the smartphone market with new technologies and changed design. For this purpose, it is currently working on new concepts for controlling the iPhone with non-contact gestures and the idea to use inward-curved

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McAfee Says That Gamers And Gamification Are The Future Of IT Security

Virtually every week we hear of a company that is experiencing serious security problems or has been the victim of an attack. This is also because it is sometimes not easy for the companies to find suitable experts to prevent and tackle these problems. According to McAfee, the solution may be particularly simple: get gamers into the