Daily Archives: March 18, 2020

Samsung Working On A 150MP Image Sensor For Q4 2020 Launch

Samsung Working On A 150MP Image Sensor For Q4 2020 Launch

The race for more pixels is back and Samsung is once again on the forefront. Following the launch of the first 108-megapixel image sensor for smartphones, the South Korean company is now working to further increase the pixel count. According to a new report from Korea, Samsung is working on …

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Partygoers in Seattle, a Suburban D.C. Mom: Coronavirus in the Community

Partygoers in Seattle, a Suburban D.C. Mom: Coronavirus in the Community

That afternoon, the patient saw the nurse practitioner at her doctor’s office. She was wheezing and her lung exam was abnormal, the N.P. told her. A rapid flu test was negative. The slower but more reliable test would take a day to come back. In the meantime, the nurse practitioner …

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Best Buy Limiting Store Hours And Foot Traffic, Coronavirus To Blame

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Best Buy is limiting store hours today and its foot traffic to 10-15 people at a time on March 23rd, due to the coronavirus pandemic. America’s favorite retailer says that it will reduce its store hours to 10am-6pm local time starting today, March 18th. On March 23rd, Best Buy will …

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Don’t Trust Memes That Promise Coronavirus Cures

Don’t Trust Memes That Promise Coronavirus Cures

There is no known cure for the new coronavirus. Scientists are scrambling to find treatments and vaccines for the virus, which causes the illness Covid-19, and health care professionals are working to stop the spread of misinformation. It’s a tough battle. On social media, memes have become efficient vectors of …

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Amazon Echo Studio vs. Apple HomePod | Which is best?

Amazon Echo Studio

The original Amazon Echo was released back in 2014 with sound quality that could be considered less than stellar and a price tag of $179. In contrast, Apple’s first foray into the world of connected speakers featuring a virtual assistant was aimed squarely at the world of premium audio with …

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No New Features For Chrome, Chromebooks Until Coronavirus Subsides

No New Features For Chrome, Chromebooks Until Coronavirus Subsides

Google is putting a temporary stay on feature updates to both its Chrome browser and Chromebooks for the foreseeable future due to ongoing coronavirus concerns. That’s based on a recently spotted official announcement from the company. The search giant’s statement doesn’t specifically mention coronavirus or COVID-19. But Google uses language …

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Coronavirus ‘my most serious hurdle at Spurs’, says Daniel Levy | Football

Daniel Levy has described the coronavirus pandemic as the greatest challenge he has faced during his 19 years in charge at Tottenham as the club announced their most recent financial figures and said they had spent £184m on new signings since last July. Levy made the point that it felt …

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What Is Apple CarPlay? Here’s Everything You Need to Know

What Is Apple CarPlay? Here's Everything You Need to Know

In the car infotainment wars, there are three camps: Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and that stuff you get by default when you buy a car that doesn’t support the first two. Increasingly, CarPlay and Android Auto are the only true contenders in this contest. And frankly, that’s for the best. …

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Samsung Shuts Down US Stores To Battle Coronavirus

Samsung Shuts Down US Stores To Battle Coronavirus

In obeying the call of global governments to fight coronavirus and keep people safe, Samsung is shutting down all its US stores temporarily. Samsung shuts down all US stores to battle coronavirus “As we continue to navigate these uncertain times, the health and well-being of our employees and customers are …

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Android 11 Developer Preview 2: What’s new?

Android 11 Developer Preview 2: What’s new?

Google has just rolled out the second developer preview of Android 11. The latest developer-facing build of Android 11 brings a host of new features for both developers and end-users such as native screen recorder, per-app refresh rate preference, resume on reboot, and more. Here’s a quick breakdown of the …

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