Launched at the same time as iPhone 11, smartphones such as Galaxy Note10, P30 Pro, Xperia 1 have now stopped selling, appearing in drops on the second-hand market.
Apple did not mention the metaverse during the WWDC 2022 event while Google and Microsoft are also being more timid about the virtual universe.
If you feel that the webcam of the MacBooks from Apple is still poor, users can completely use their iPhone to improve the quality of video calls. This will happen later this year when Apple starts selling a Belkin mount that allows users to clip an iPhone to the top of a MacBook . Then, while making a FaceTime
The standby screen feature, also known as Always on Display, will appear on the iPhone 14, but it is unclear if it will be available on older iPhones.
Stop sharing information with the outside, Chinese supercomputer loses the top position of Top500 despite super powerful performance
An unnamed source said that China is afraid that sharing information will lead to harsh US sanctions.
Products that have been around for more than 5 years such as the first generation iPhone 6s, 7 and SE will not be supported by Apple to upgrade to the new iOS.
Samsung Isocell HP1, the first 200-megapixel camera sensor for a smartphone, demonstrates its ability to capture high-resolution images.
AnTuTu's ranking of the most powerful Android smartphones is strongly mixed compared to the beginning of the year when there are 7 devices with performance above a million points.
Google is famous for its ambitious projects, ahead of its time such as AR platforms, 'jigsaw puzzle' phones... but most of them have been discontinued.
Despite the disruptions caused by the pandemic, 2021 will see the growth of the financial technology (Fintech) industry. According to CB Insights ' State of Fintech report , the third quarter of 2021 recorded an increase of 147%, a record increase of the Fintech industry compared to the same period last year.
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