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400 Qualcomm Snapdragon DSP chip bugs put phones at risk

The size of smartphones often runs counter to the performance they possess as well as the complexity of their construction. Phones can be said to come from this or that country or manufacturer, but the truth is that different parts can be traced back to different sources and suppliers. Of course, all smartphones have many components in common, and Qualcomm’s …

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Galaxy Z Fold 2 Unboxing, leaked hands-on, is building the foldable hype

Samsung definitely had a packed Unpacked 2020 and every single one of the announced products is remarkable in itself. Yes, including accessories. Of course, many expected a word on Samsung’s next foldable phone and it didn’t disappoint, although the details are still thin at this point. Samsung has promised more will be announced on September 1st, but there seems to …

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Qualcomm is aiming for a license to sell 5G chips for Huawei phones

It seems that Huawei is quickly running out of time to prevent its cellular business from being significantly affected by the dispute with the U.S. government. It has just confirmed that its upcoming high-end flagship Mate 40 series will be the last of its kind to carry its equally high-end systems on chip, the Kirin processors from subsidiary HiSilicon. While …

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Surface Duo could come next week

Despite the global health and economic climate, August seems to be fast becoming the month for smartphones. The first week was marked by no fewer than three major announcements, ignoring the slightly smaller ones, and the train has not yet stopped. In just a few days, one of the next most innovative devices in the Android world could finally be …

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2021 Aston Martin DBX First Drive Report: Risky Business

A big SUV on one track? Well it is After all, an Aston Martin. Aston Martin It is definitely a risk. It’s a risk that has paid off (and continues to do) for Porsche with the Cayenne, but that doesn’t mean it does for Aston Martin. It didn’t feel like such an ideological leap for Bentley or Rolls-Royce to produce …

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