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Huawei names Mate 10 slim bezel screen EntireView Display

The latest trend of naming screen technologies reached Huawei. The company trademarked the name EntireView Display for the Mate 10 screen that is going to be launched on October 16. This is the third major manufacturer that patents a nickname for its screens after LG with FullVision and Samsung with Infinity Display. The Huawei Mate 10 is coming with a bezel-free display similarly to the LG G6 and the Galaxy S8 duo. It was confirmed by Richard Yu, chief of Huawei consumer division and the patent listing at the EU Intellectual Property Office backs the affirmation. The new...



Moto Z2 Play leaks again inside its retail box, announcement coming on June 1

The upcoming Moto Z2 Play is hardly a secret anymore. We've already seen official-looking press renders of it, it's been spotted in a benchmark database revealing some specs, it's had other specs outed through the TENAA certification process, and even Lenovo itself confirmed its battery capacity. So you'd assume that at this point we are very close to its unveiling - and you'd be very right indeed. The Moto Z2 Play will be showcased officially at an event in Brazil on June 1, according to a new leak. The source of this information has also posted the photos you can see below, showing the...



Apple expected with a new improve in China to lift the court ban on old iPhones gross sales

It’s been a couple of days since the court in China has banned the sale of old iPhones. It is a case that is a part of the global dispute between both the Apple and Qualcomm. In China, Qualcomm has accused Apple that their old iPhones use few software animations or options which infringe on their patents. In order to overcome this scenario in China, the Cupertino giant is now set to push a fresh improve to old iPhones starting early upcoming week. In order make it compliant with court’s order, iPhones will be having few overhaul in the design and functioning of few apps. In a declaration to Reuters, Apple said, “to address any possible concern about our compliance with the order”, they will supply an update to all the infringed gadgets. In detail, a Chinese court has ordered Apple to ban gross sales of some Apple iPhones what are violating the two Qualcomm patents. The skin can be considered as a part of the global dispute between both the companies. There are more than a dozen lawsuits around the globe that both the companies are meddling with each other. Very, Qualcomm argued that Apple infringed patents on features related to resizing images and managing apps on a touchscreen. Well, whatever the thing is, the new order from the court has the potential to disrupt Apple’s business in China. In response, Apple is saying that “Based on the iPhone models we suggests today in China, we believe we are in compliance,” and “Early next week we will deliver a software improve for iPhone users in China addressing the minor functionality of the 2 patents at issue in the case.” Despite the efforts from the Qualcomm, Apple has once more filed a request to reconsider the order in the court. Currently, all the models of the iPhone are in the world in China. Nicely, Apple has prepared to eliminate the infringed features from the iPhones by promoting an update.

Microsoft thinks it’s a good idea to put ads in your Windows 10 File Explorer

Microsoft has been trying to make the concept of ads in operating systems acceptable for a while now, using Windows 10 as its testbed. We've seen lock screen ads, notification ads telling you that Chrome is eating your battery and you should switch to Microsoft Edge, and even some weird targeted pop-up ads for Chrome users informing them about Microsoft's Personal Shopping Assistant. So by now you should have gotten used to this. That said, Microsoft is ready to take things to the next level - specifically, the Windows 10 File Explorer. That's a pretty essential app that we assume most...



Sasmung Galaxy Note9’s price and release date revealed

A Polish website has published a small piece revealing the upcoming Galaxy Note9's price and release date in the country. According to the media, the information comes from a Samsung employee who attended a pre-briefing for the device. During the pre-brief, the spokesperson mentioned a price of PLN 4,299 ($1,158/€990) for the base version with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage - it appears that the Note9 will cost about the same as its predecessor when launched. It's expected to hit the Polish market on August 24 with pre-orders starting on the same day of the annoucement -...