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India is becoming a bigger, more important market every day, and now it's getting its own trade show from the brains behind Mobile World Congress.

Samsung is planning to launch its Galaxy S8 handset on March 29th, but we’ve already seen photos, videos, and even press images leak ahead of its debut. A fresh round of hands-on images have leaked today, and they give us a slightly better look at some big design changes Samsung is making to its 2017 flagship smartphone.

by محمد جمعة
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يبدو أن واتس اب تعمل على ميزة جديدة للشركات الصغيرة ستطلق قريباً في الهند التي تعتبر السوق الأكبر للتطبيق، وسيساعد هذا التطبيق الشركات التي يبلغ عدد موظفيها 10 أو أقل لإدارة التعامل مع العملاء بشكل أفضل، كما تشكل هذه الخطوة المحاولة الأولى للشركة للاستفادة بشكل مادي بعد 8 سنوات من الخدمة المجانية.

by Tom-Link
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I finally realized that Google Docs isn't the best note-taking app. It's too clunky for quickly jotting down notes about a project or interesting things I come across throughout the day.

So, I went to the Chrome Web Store and searched for a solution that was simple, easy to access, and had only the features I needed (syncing and sign-in were not important). Skeuomorphic designs were immediately disqualified.

by ALI
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If you thought that desktop computers had fallen by the wayside at Apple, then think again, because Tim Cook has spoken out regarding his firm’s plans to do more with PCs in the ‘pro’ market.

In a Q&A at Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino, the CEO said the company hasn’t forgotten about its professional customers (as opposed to consumers), and as MacRumors reports, Cook stated: “You will see us do more in the pro area. The pro area is very important to us. The creative area is very important to us in particular.”

by menarate
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Japanese tech giant has recently announced the SF-G UHS-II SD card claiming it will be the world’s fastest one. The maximum write speed for the SF-G series will reach 299 MB/s, while the read speed will hit 300 MB/s. For comparison, Amazon’s current bestselling SD card can only handle 80 MB/s read and write speeds. The SF-G cards are waterproof, temperature resistant, shock proof and X-ray proof. The cards optimized for professional photographers, DSLR and mirrorless camera users will be available in 32GB, 64GB and 128GB variations. 

Not only iPads and iPhones have appended accessories, sometimes such accessories have their own ones, too. For example, the Apple Pencil has recently got a special leather grip made by Pad & Quill. Even though the Apple Pencil itself is a great piece of technology, its design leaves much to be desired — it’s made of cold and harsh plastic and the cap for the Lightning port is easy to lose. Pad & Quill is going to make your Apple Pencil easier to hold and harder to lose.

by Astral Electronics Technology Co.,Ltd
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Tesla screen car navigation system is future trend

There is no doubt that Tesla-screen car navigation is leading the current trend. Currently for the traditional horizontal screen, the size is from 7 to 9 inch, and will be upgraded to be around 10 inch.  During the developing process of our new vertical screen devices, beautiful appearance, installation and other factors have been fully considered and verified already.

by Ahmed Dubai
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It’s hard enough being tied to your cell phone without having to worry about getting the “Low Battery Icon of Death” right in the middle of an important task – and charging up via wall outlets takes forever. Eesha Khare of Saratoga, California has invented a device that could wipe away battery bothers with a supercapacitor that can charge your phone in 20 seconds. Her research won her a $50,000 prize in 

by Smartmon
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Uber is known for having a corporate culture that reveres aggressive attitudes and stepping on toes. CEO Travis Kalanick appears to also bring that same credo to his interactions with drivers.

In a dashboard video, published by Bloomberg on Tuesday, Kalanick is shown arguing with his driver over fares. The argument gets heated and ends with Kalanick telling the driver to stop blaming Uber for his problems.