Amid a leadership shake-up last month, the Australian government blocked Huawei Technologies, a Chinese company whose technology underpins mobile broadband for about half of all Australians, from building the country’s 5G network.
Samsung’s new Galaxy A Series claims back the mass market
Samsung’s Galaxy A series brings premium features at affordable prices. The new Galaxy A series namely the A70, A50, A30 and A20 are classic examples of mid-range phones packing premier innovations and features.
Yes, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be unpacked on 7th of August at the Barclay Centre in New York. The launch venue is the same as last year’s Note 9 event.
Oppo has unveiled its first 5G smartphone, the OPPO Reno. Everyone was eager to see the side-swinging, shark-fin front facing camera. Inside the fin is the 16MP front-facing camera with flash, earpiece, rear flash and more. Flipping out only 11 degrees in 0.8 seconds OPPO say that the sliding is elegant with a great design sense.
5G wireless is a radically faster wireless internet that ideally is up to 20 times faster with 120 times less latency than 4G, setting the stage for IoT networking advances and support for new high-bandwidth applications. Though it will be years before the technology reaches its full potential worldwide.
5G is still in its infancy stage, here in Australia and it will be quite sometime before the coverage reaches everyone. Telstra will be rolling out the 5G network first to major capital CBDs and other high traffic areas before moving onto other areas. Telstra had announced in January that it had made exclusive 5G deals with some of the world’s biggest phone manufacturers.
How would you feel if you knew that a caller could eavesdrop on your conversation even if you hadn’t answered their call? Well a 14-year-old boy in Arizona discovered this when he was group Facetiming his friends and he could hear someone who hadn’t answered their phone.
Apple has hit the ball out of the park yet again. They have revamped the way customers think about a ‘store’ and have put themselves ahead of retailers by leaps and bounds. They want to sell an ‘experience’ at these ‘Town Squares’ not just products. Yes, it is very millennial and that’s precisely why it will work!
Facebook Privacy Breach. Again.
Facebook was in the news again for a data privacy breach. The company ran a programme wherein they were paying adults and teens $20 per month to allow the company to track their phones including browsing history, physical location and private messages. The scheme, Facebook said, was intended to improve its products.
The news did not go down well with Apple and they blocked Facebook from installing its internal apps on iPhones.