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Huawei P30, P30 Pro smartphone design leaks online

Huawei is working toward its next premium smartphone launch, the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro which it will be launching this year. The smartphones are the successor of the company’s flagship P20 and P20 Pro which the company introduced last year for the masses. Like every other upcoming smartphone, both …

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Raspberry Pi Foundation opens its first physical store

The storefront will house some exclusive products from the foundation, though it didn’t provide any details regarding those devices. The shop is cash free and will only accept cards, and it won’t accept any orders over the phone or online — the foundation is continuing to leave those sales to …

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From selfie taker to lifesaver: The smartphone grows up

Image copyright Peek Vision Image caption In the Masai Mara, Kenya, the smartphone is becoming an essential piece of equipment As the smartphone falls in price while its capabilities improve, it is becoming a valuable tool in the diagnosis of a growing number of diseases and ailments around the world. …

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Apple releases fix for the Group FaceTime bug

The FaceTime bug saga isn’t over quite over yet, as the House Energy and Commerce Committee wants Apple to explain what it knew about the problem and when, after it emerged a 14-year-old and his mother tried to sound the alarm a week before the bug became public knowledge. The …

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A bunch of BioWare classics are coming to console this year

The selection of titles that will be making the move to console includes several originally published by BioWare. Games from the Baldur’s Gate series including Baldur’s Gate, Baldur’s Gate ll and Baldur’s Gate: Siege of Dragonspear will all come to consoles. Neverwinter Nights will also make the jump. Icewind Dale …

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Smartphone use risks eye examination misdiagnosis

Clinicians who use smartphones to capture photographs of patients’ eyes risk misdiagnosis if they base their decisions on objective data extracted from non-calibrated cameras, according to new research published this week in the Nature journal Scientific Reports. Clinicians increasingly use smartphones in conjunction with ophthalmic imaging equipment, such as the …

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