Mobile Phones

Bolivian parents take classes to help children study

When the COVID-19 pandemic closed their sons’ school, Bolivian parents Angela Poma and Lorenzo Gutierrez made big changes. They wanted to give their boys Willy, 9, and Carlos, 11, the opportunity to take online classes. The move to online education has forced the family to buy cell phones, for example. …

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From apple pie to the man with a mask. What are the changes? WhatsApp It is one of the apps that brings the most changes to its platform for Android and iOS (iPhone) devices. For example, from now on, you can try the tool which allows you to use the …

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The big Samsung Galaxy phones that no one can buy

The Samsung Galaxy M51 has a massive 7,000mAh battery Samsung You might think that the Samsung Galaxy S21 is the best smartphone in the Samsung line or even the Galaxy Note. However, there are two phones in Samsung’s lineup that I think are the best of all. There is only …

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Home Office waits for telecommunications department to approve continued mobile tower services in areas affected by naxalism, Telecom News, ET Telecom

Over 2,200 telecommunications towers have been installed in Chhattishgarh and nine other naxalism-affected states that form the “Red Corridor” to provide communication between security forces and state police services. As security forces fight to end the violence in Naxal, the Home Office wants the mobile phone towers installed in the …

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Russian lawmakers introduce bill banning lawyers from recording meetings with detainees

A group of lawmakers from the lower house of Russia’s parliament, the State Duma, introduced a bill that would ban lawyers from recording meetings with their convicted clients inside penitentiaries, a move that sparked sharp criticism from human rights activists as a way to muzzle such prisoners. as opposition politician …

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open up the cruise industry

The cruise industry finds itself in uncertain waters as the global pandemic continues to present uncertain and ever-changing situations. New technology designed to support passenger safety could get the industry back on the water. The introduction of contact tracing apps has made it possible for healthcare professionals to track the …

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Samsung Galaxy user reportedly unlocked phone with cut finger

Being able to bypass a phone’s fingerprint reader with a severed finger raises questions and concerns about the security of these solutions. A Samsung Galaxy A20 user in Spain who lost their fingertip in a crane accident, according to a report, was still able to register and use the cut …

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Call of Duty Warzone could be coming to mobile

COD Mobile has shown quite a bit since its inception in 2019. It has managed to take a rather competitive game and give it a fun arcade twist without taking away that feeling that Call of Duty has. It was fast paced, sometimes brutal, and filled with kids who are …

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Payment innovation is key to closing the financial gender gap

For many of us, it’s easy to overlook the immense impact digital financial services have on our lives. Paying bills digitally or receiving money on a mobile phone is often taken for granted. Yet although more than 100 countries are adopting mobile money services, 1.7 billion people worldwide – most …

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Android Exodus: More and more phone makers could turn to Huawei’s HarmonyOS

When it comes to smartphone operating systems, Android is the big name on campus, with around 87% of all smartphones running Google’s operating system, according to statistics from 2019. However, Android may be. being about to face its biggest threat yet, and we’re not talking about iOS. HarmonyOS, Huawei’s home …

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