Mobile Phones

Huntkey launches its new 20W PD charger

Huntkey is a well-known electric power company in China, which mainly produces power supplies, adapters, chargers and other categories of products. In 2020, Huntkey became the first batch of companies in China to obtain CCC and CQC certifications. At the same time, Huntkey Group, as one of the leading CQC …

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Android 12.1 prepares Android for future foldable phones

One of Android’s strangest flaws has been the lack of native support for large screens, but Android 12.1 could fix it, according to a new report from XDA Developers. Google has yet to officially release Android 12, but the company is already reportedly working on a mid-size version that would …

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Chinese automaker Geely launches premium smartphone business

Logo of Chinese car manufacturer Geely Auto. Zhang Peng | Getty Images GUANGZHOU, China – Chinese automaker Geely Holding is entering the smartphone business after its founder established a new company. Hubei Xingji Shidai Technology Co. Ltd., founded by Eric Li, signed a strategic cooperation agreement with Wuhan Economic and …

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Galactic Britain goes boldly into space

This article is an on-site version of our #techFT newsletter. Sign up here to receive the full newsletter straight to your inbox every day of the week Captain Kirk, boldly going where no man had gone before, in the 1960s, must have inspired a generation of rocket scientists. It therefore …

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Millions of phones will be blocked from Google Maps, YouTube and Gmail TODAY in massive update

MILLIONS of phones will no longer be able to use Google Maps, YouTube and Gmail in a massive update TODAY. The search giant has confirmed that some Android devices will lose access to popular apps. Devices running Android 2.3 will lose access to YouTube, Google Maps and more Unless users …

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Mobile phone museum to launch online in November

A new online museum dedicated to the history of mobile telephony is due to launch in November, containing more than 2,000 unique handsets from 200 different manufacturers. The Mobile Phone Museum, which will trace the evolution of the mobile phone from 1984 to the present day, was also supported by …

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German regulator opens investigation into Chinese mobile phones – POLITICO

Germany launches an investigation into the cybersecurity of certain Chinese mobile phones. A spokesperson for the German Federal Office for Information Security confirmed the launch of the investigation to DPA newswire, according to the Tagesschau news portal. The move comes after the Lithuanian Defense Ministry released a report earlier this …

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‘Very reprehensible’: Taliban defense minister annoyed by fighters taking selfies in government offices | World news

Taliban Defense Minister Mullah Mohammad Yakoob, son of Mullah Omar, reprimanded in an audio message the misconduct and abuse committed by some fighters. By hindustantimes.com | Edited by Kunal Gaurav, New Delhi POSTED ON SEPTEMBER 25, 2021 1:45 AM IST As the Taliban transition from insurgency to administration in peacetime, …

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Why Lithuanian Government Warns Against China’s Use of Cell Phones

This was the warning given to my citizens of Lithuania Those who own a smartphone made in China. He also advised the government not to buy a new device from that Asian country. “Our recommendation is not to buy new Chinese telephones and to get rid of those which have …

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EU plans mobile charging port for all, down for Apple

A view of a harmonized mobile phone charger is seen during a press conference at the European Commission headquarters in Brussels on February 8, 2011. REUTERS / François Lenoir BRUSSELS, Sept. 23 (Reuters) – The EU aims to have a common charging port for mobile phones, tablets and headphones as …

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