They did it again, but this time there is no need for a class-action lawsuit! Apple has admitted that some devices have issues. It seems that last year’s iPhone X and a specific MacBook Pro model are now eligible for free repairs.
Huawei’s new Y9 (2019) features a massive 6.5″ display with a screen resolution of 1080 x 2340. The device packs an octa-core processor (Hisilicon Kirin 710 – 2.2 GHz quad-core, 1.7 GHz quad-core) paired with a 4 or 6 GB RAM, and a 64 or 128 GB storage. The Y9 is priced at about $270Continue reading “Huawei’s 2019 Y9 – First Look”
Nuummite Consulting, a digital transformation consulting company based in Dubai, has announced last week its partnership with Automation Anywhere, a world leader in RPA (robotic process automation). AI and Automation have been redefining the way business is done globally and it’s about time that businesses in the region start adopting the technology.
Xiaomi, just like many other Chinese companies, is well-known for providing flagship specs at affordable prices along with well-performing budget phones. So let’s put this to the test… I have used Xiaomi’s Mi A2 Lite as my daily driver for about 3 weeks, and here is my review of what it has to offer!
Since the Note 7 debacle, we have seen Samsung take the safe road with their Note line-up, but here they are again pushing boundaries again like we’ve known them to do. The company is slightly behind competitors, but they should continue on this track with next year’s Galaxy S10 if they expect to remain aheadContinue reading “Galaxy Note 9 – specs and features”
A month ago it seemed like Samsung was going to launch the Note 9, codenamed the Crown, ahead of time this year, but that doesn’t seem to be the case anymore. Samsung’s Vice Chairman, Lee Jae-Yong, has recently demanded the reduction of the display’s thickness by 0.5mm. That does raise one concern, will a thinnerContinue reading “Galaxy Note 9 launch and Apple’s mid-range phone delayed”
If you own an Android tablet then you probably know how neglected it is, receiving very few software updates throughout the year, while many apps not being optimized to run correctly on the tablet. Well, we can now with all confidence, officially say goodbye to Android tablets. Google has recently updated the Android website andContinue reading “No more Android Tablets?”