Tag Archives: May

Samsung Galaxy S9 Successor May Be Called Galaxy X: Report

HIGHLIGHTS The Galaxy X moniker has already been trademarked by Samsung The move might be to avoid a confusion in the naming scheme This change is expected to come into place with the 2019 flagship Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are right around the corner, but rumours for the next-generation in the Galaxy S series are already… Read More »

Click fix: Web-design tweak may end BRS opt-in confusion

Defense officials appear to have shifted the position of the links on the myPay website, after some service members raised concerns that troops could making an irrevocable decision about the Blended Retirement System with one mistaken click. A Military Times reader provided information about the new configuration. The “Opt Into the Blended Retirement System” link has been moved down the… Read More »

Nokia 1 May Have Been Spotted in Newly Leaked Photos

It was recently reported that HMD Global is working on its first Android Go smartphone, likely to be called Nokia 1. An entry-level handset, this model will run the stripped-down version of Android Oreo, and will come with apps that consume fewer resources, such as Google Maps Go, Files Go, Google Go, etc. The Nokia 1 will be positioned below the Nokia 2,… Read More »

Android May Let Carriers Hide Signal Strength: Report

HIGHLIGHTS Android P likely to get signal strength restriction feature Code based on AOSP already features some early signs The initial change won’t bound access for third-party apps Android P may be set to give telecom carriers the ability to hide the signal strength in Settings. Signs of the new development have already surfaced through a piece of code… Read More »

Mobiles and laptops may soon sport a new nanotech display device

  In a feat comparable to the fable of blind man who carried a lame man on his back, lending him his feet and borrowing from him his eyes, researchers at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bangalore have combined light emitting but poor conductor quantum dots with good conductor, but non-light emitting graphene to produce a novel… Read More »

Mobiles and laptops may soon sport a new nanotech display device

   In a feat comparable to the fable of blind man who carried a lame man on his back, lending him his feet and borrowing from him his eyes, researchers at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc) Bangalore have combined light emitting but poor conductor quantum dots with good conductor, but non-light emitting graphene to produce a novel… Read More »

Huawei May Launch a Foldable Smartphone Next Year

ZTE’s Axon M smartphone, which features foldable displays, could mark the beginning of a trend in the smartphone industry. In an interview with CNET, Chinese smartphone maker Huawei said it already has a working sample of a foldable phone, which it could launch as soon as next year. Aside from Huawei, Samsung has confirmed that it is working on foldable smartphones. Richard… Read More »

Nokia 8 May Get Android 8.0 Oreo Update by October End: Report

HMD Global’s Nokia 8, the premium offering in the company’s portfolio, is finally being announced in different markets. While announcing the Nokia 8 in Taiwan, a company manager reportedly revealed that the smartphone may receive Android 8.0 Oreo update by end of October. At this moment, there are no specific dates or release schedule for the Nokia 8’s Oreo update.… Read More »

Einstein’s letter may fetch over USD 60,000 at auction

A unique and very personal letter written by German physicist Albert Einstein to his close friend Michele Besso, discussing about various topics including God, is expected to fetch over USD 60,000 at an auction in the US. Datelined from Princeton, April 15, 1950, the letter by Einstein melds the philosophical with the scientific and gives insight into the… Read More »

Infosys shares rise on reports co-founder Nilekani may return to board

Shares in Infosys rose for a third straight day on Thursday, following reports that former chief executive Nandan Nilekani could return to the board to help the software services exporter ride out its latest controversy. The board has been locked in a dispute for months with the company’s founders, led by former chairman Narayana Murthy, who have accused the directors… Read More »