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  • Best smartphone 2019: Which mobile phone is best?

    Best smartphone 2019: Which mobile phone is best?0

    There are so many good phones to choose from in 2019 but which one is the king of the castle? Is there even a winner? There’s no one choice for everyone, so bear in mind the best phone for you might not be number one in our chart. Phones come in all shapes, sizes and prices. Here,

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  • SMOS Android smartphone gaming controller

    SMOS Android smartphone gaming controller0

    Do you do a whole lot of work on your Android-powered smartphone, or is it more of your primary mobile gaming device? If you happen to get most of your gaming kicks via your Android handset, then perhaps it is time you check out the SMOS. The SMOS is deemed to be the most advanced

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  • Katim R01 ultra-secure smartphone » Coolest Gadgets

    Katim R01 ultra-secure smartphone » Coolest Gadgets0

    by Edwin – on March 6th, 2019 Ever wondered just who is listening in to your conversations or simply checking out the kind of messages that you have been sending back and forth on your smartphone? A secure device might seem to be something that is within the realm of science fiction, but DarkMatter Group

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  • Moto Razr foldable will have lacklustre specs for a £1,200 smartphone

    Moto Razr foldable will have lacklustre specs for a £1,200 smartphone0

    Boring smartphone, boring logo MORE DETAILS have emerged about Motorola’s bendy Razr reboot, and, er, prepare to be underwhelmed. The leak comes of XDA-Developers, which also got its mitts on Motorola’s reworked Razr logo (above), and reveals that while the Moto Razr reboot will feature a dual-display foldable design, the handset’s specifications won’t be quite as exciting.  Under the

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  • Infectious diseases could be diagnosed with smartphone in sub-Saharan Africa

    Infectious diseases could be diagnosed with smartphone in sub-Saharan Africa0

    A new Imperial-led review has outlined how health workers could use existing phones to predict and curb the spread of infectious diseases. The review, published in Nature, outlines how healthcare workers in low-income countries, like those in sub-Saharan Africa, could use existing smartphones to diagnose, track and control infectious diseases inlow-income countries. There are already

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  • Chinese OEMs claimed a third of smartphone sales in Europe last year

    Chinese OEMs claimed a third of smartphone sales in Europe last year0

    Huawei claimed almost a quarter of European smartphone sales last year CHINESE MANUFACTURERS now account for almost a third of smartphone shipments in Europe, with Huawei leading the way. That’s according to the latest figures from the beancounters at Canalys, whose figures show that Chinese OEMs accounted for 32 per cent, roughly a third, of smartphone sales in Europe

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