An ad accidentally aired in Norway reveals Samsung has a different solution for its new phone’s screen.
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Don’t fret too much when Apple fails to introduce a 5G iPhone this year; it’s not terribly important that it does. Wi-Fi 6, on the other hand…
Hybrid network capacity
The latest edition of Cisco’s Mobile Visual Networking Index (VNI) Forecast (2017 – 2022) makes several predictions around 5G.
What seems most critical about these predictions isn’t so much that 5G connections and devices will amount to 3 percent of global mobile devices and connections by 2022, but that the fast network will be part of a parcel of wireless technologies designed to keep a heavily connected planet online.
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Apple confirms that Group FaceTime ‘add person’ feature is hobbled after eavesdropping patch in iOS 12.1.4.
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Microsoft may not have a mobile OS any more, but that doesn’t mean it’s abandoned the mobile market. Instead it’s taking a different approach: building on its platform to integrate Windows and Microsoft 365 with the devices we’re all using. That has meant a refocus on its own tools, with iOS and Android versions of the Edge browser, the Microsoft Launcher for Android, Office apps everywhere, and the new Your Phone Windows app that replicates device content onto your PC.
Zoho has updated its office productivity suite, adding AI capabilities and introducing a new note-taking app, Notebook.
Zoho has been rolling out AI features under the Zia brand in recent years; Zia now acts as a smart assistant in Zoho’s sales and customer support tools, for instance.
Last week, the Chennai, India-based firm announced that Zia AI has been incorporated into its office productivity tools, too.
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