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5G Could Interfere With Weather Satellites, Scientists Warn

5G networks are already here, and more are coming. This advanced form off wireless connection could possibly reaching speeds 100 times faster, support 100 times more devices, and feature five times lower latency than today’s 4G networks. Early versions of 5G are rolling out at a small scale with parts of Chicago and Minneapolis playing guinea pigs with mixed results, but there’s been an unexpected hitch: some scientists are worried that 5G networks could interfere with weather satellites used for crucial Earth observations. The closeness of a natural frequency to…

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Samsung Galaxy S11 leak points to new iPhone beating masterpiece

Samsung really has been on a roll as of late, with the South Korean maker’s Galaxy S10, Galaxy S10 Plus and Galaxy S10e dominating  best phones and best cheap phones guides. Premium phones with powerful internals have been delivered, and the level of fit and finish has been amazing – the Galaxy S10 handsets are truly special objects to hold and use. However, judging by a fresh new leak about the Samsung Galaxy S11, it looks as though Samsung wants next year’s flagship to not just be a premium handset…

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Clever hidden iPhone camera trick helps you capture the perfect action shot

The iPhone has lots of useful features to help you improve your photos – from filters and brightness controls to “Portrait mode”, which automatically blurs the background to make your pictures pop. But even with these tools at your disposal, capturing the perfect shot when you’ve got a dog running around or an impatient toddler who refuses to sit still is no mean feat. Enter “Burst Mode” – a feature that is often forgotten about, because it’s not very obvious how to access it in the iPhone’s camera app. As…

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iPhone 11 to come in two new colours that we’ve never seen from Apple before

We’ve had a lot of different smartphones over the years, but the diversity of products on sale usually relate more to the specs of the individual phone rather than how they look. For the most part, iPhones look kind of the same, with similar colours and the changes mostly resulting from how thin they are or how large the screen is. Usually, we’re stuck with white, silver, or black. It’s fine for most of us, but a little variety goes a long way – and would save us from having…

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Bose launches SUNGLASSES with built-in speakers and ‘audio AR’ features

From speakers to headphones, Bose is usually known for its audio systems. Now, the tech giant has moved into the world of wearable technology , with the launch of its latest product, Bose Frames. With UVA and UVB ray protection, Bose Frames both look and act like regular sunglasses . But while it may not be immediately obvious, the sunglasses also have tiny speakers cleverly built into the arms. Users can sync the sunglasses up to their smartphones via Bluetooth, and play music, just as they would through Bluetooth headphones. While you might think that the…

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OnePlus 7 Pro launches with POP-UP camera – and it’s much cheaper than iPhone XS

Since it launched its first smartphone back in 2014, OnePlus has become known for its high quality, yet affordable models. Fast-forward to today, and this is still the case with OnePlus’ latest premium flagship smartphone, the OnePlus 7 Pro. The smartphone has many of the same impressive features as its competitors, including a triple-lens rear camera and stunning curved glass display, but at £649, is a fraction of the cost. The tech firm unveiled the smartphone at an event in London today, alongside the OnePlus 7 smartphone, and new Bullets Wireless 2 headphones. READ…

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iPhone XI COLOURS leak – including two shades we’ve never seen from Apple before

Apple is rumoured to be adding two new colours to its iPhone lineup this year, in an attempt to entice customers to upgrade. The iPhone maker notoriously sticks to fairly safe colours for its devices, like, black, white, silver, gold and rose gold. However, it has been known to add a splash of colour now and then – with the iPhone 5C and iPhone XR ranges, for example. The iPhone XR, released in 2018, is available in six colours: White, Black, Blue, Yellow, Coral and Red. This year, Apple is reportedly planning to replace…

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Google Maps gets new augmented reality feature that will change how you use the app

Google Maps is getting a new augmented reality feature that could completely change how you navigate using the app. The feature allows you to see walking directions overlaid on the world itself, rather than looking at a blue dot on a map. This helps you know precisely where you are, and exactly which way to start walking. It works using Google Street View data, combined with the usual GPS location tracking, to identify what you’re seeing in front of you and point you in the right direction. READ MORE Pixel 3a launches…

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Pixel 3a launches with very attractive price tag – and it’s got a headphone jack

Google has unveiled its first mid-market smartphone, the Pixel 3a, offering many of the same features as the premium Pixel 3 for around half the price. Physically, the the Pixel 3a is very similar to the Pixel 3, featuring the familiar two-tone unibody design, fingerprint reader on the rear, and brightly coloured power button. Like the Pixel 3, it has a bright, colourful OLED display, with an always-on function so you can see the date and time even when the phone is in sleep mode. The Pixel 3a also comes with…

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Samsung Is Making a Vertical TV Because of Millennials

Today, Samsung revealed a new TV tailor-made for young people: Meet the Sero, a 43-inch QLED TV that flips around 90 degrees from landscape to portrait mode. If you’re wondering why this thing exists, consider that 70 percent of millennials don’t bother turning their smartphones horizontally to watch videos, according to marketing research. The Sero takes our rampant love for vertical to its next logical step. Samsung studied the mobile viewing habits of millennials and set out to create a TV that serves them. The Korean tech giant “will continue…

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