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Smartphone Market ResearchA new market study, titled “Smartphone Market Research ” has been featured on Market Research Future.Smartphones are objects of our daily lives that were once considered a luxury but now are in possession of almost every individual on the plant, linking them in a seamless manner.Since the earlier period, smartphones have altered the manner in which we live our lives.They are present in almost every area of our lives, whether it’s checking the weather to operating a business; the human race has become reliant on these little controlling devices to fulfill our tasks on a daily basis with no difficulty.The introduction of the smartphone in our daily lives has done away with certain things such as letters, calculators, and phonebooks, to name a few that have become obsolete in human society.Smartphones have time and again changed to better meet our rising needs in the shape of quicker wireless connections, sharper images, and superior memory storage, to name a few.More [email protected] Market by Type, Trend, Growth and Analysis – 2025 | MRFRSmartphone Market is projected to grow at a 16.4% CAGR over 2025, Global Smartphone Market ResearchRead moreThe real smartphone revolution is believed to have started when Steve Jobs revealed the first iPhone.
The iPhone 12 series is launching next week and rumors are flying in hot!
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The Apple Pencil is fantastic if your iPad is a drawing or note-taking tool. But do you know which Apple Pencil you need for your iPad? Here's our guide.
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As more streaming devices drop in price and increase in features, Apple's media streaming device is starting to have a hard time justifying its price tag.
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The vice presidential hopeful and former prosecutor has ties to Silicon Valley, but that doesn't mean she'll go easy on it.
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The future of the iPhone is once again at stake as Apple defends its App Store policies.
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The Ather 450X is ready to begin shipping across India. Here's how it was developed and what's next.
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Commentary: It took almost five years for the Apple Watch to win me over.
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I’m an optimist at heart. I want to love foldables — but I just don’t see the point. Take, for example, today’s launch of Royole‘s latest foldable: the FlexPai 2. It’s a fine bit of kit, but all I feel is an overriding puzzlement with what it’s meant to achieve. First though, let’s actually talk about the phone, as the FlexPai 2 is undoubtedly a technical marvel. According to the company, the display was folded over “1.8 million times during Certified Display Folding Reliability Tests by National Institute of Metrology” in China. As a comparison, the Samsung Galaxy Fold was promised to… This story continues at The Next Web
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Forget email drafts, notes apps and to-do list managers: Taskade does all that and moreEverything I need to keep my life running is stored online.In reality, the internet has a way of fragmenting our lives.But it is the best life-organization tool I’ve tried.Taskade combines the features of a note-taking app, a task-management app and a spreadsheet tool the way that Steve Jobs combined an iPod, a cellphone and a web browser into the iPhone: All these tools work together to create something more than its parts.I should mention that Taskade is fairly expensive: It has a limited free tier and costs $8 a month for heavy use.Still, it might pay for itself in the apps it replaces, and I’ve found it easily worth the cost.I made databases with all the movies, books, TV shows, and YouTube videos I need to get to—each cell opens to a rich document with my notes and thoughts.The app’s basic element is the block, which could be a paragraph of text, a bulleted list, a table, an image, a code snippet, a YouTube video, a PDF and more.
"Elon's more of a hands-on engineer; Steve was a genius at design and picking people and marketing."
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When did something like us first appear on the planet? It turns out there’s remarkably little agreement on this question. Fossils and DNA suggest people looking like us, anatomically modern Homo sapiens, evolved around 300,000 years ago. Surprisingly, archaeology – tools, artifacts, cave art – suggest that complex technology and cultures, “behavioral modernity,” evolved more recently: 50,000-65,000 years ago. Some scientists interpret this as suggesting the earliest Homo sapiens weren’t entirely modern. Yet the different data tracks different things. Skulls and genes tell us about brains, artifacts about culture. Our brains probably became modern before our cultures. The “great leap”… This story continues at The Next Web
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Apple Even though Apple didn’t announce new iPhones yesterday, the event was a jam-packed hour. Apple announced four new hardware products, a major new service, and a new bundle. By any objective standard, that’s a big day. As I’ll note below, the most important products might not be the hardware, but Fitness Plus and the ability to make an Apple Watch a kid tracker. Besides those announcements, the main thing that struck me is that Apple seems to be making a subtle but important shift in its product strategy this year. You may have heard of the “Good, Better, Best” pricing strategy — it’s been applied to Apple a bunch. I think what Apple is doing this year is making the “better” option ...better — and also a little more expensive. It’s the... Continue reading…
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The new Apple iPhone wasn't at the September Apple event, but we fully expect it to show up in a couple of weeks. Here's when.
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