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You can take a screenshot on any ZTE phone by pressing and holding the Power and Volume Down buttons at the same time.
After taking a screenshot, you can find it in the Gallery app, in the Albums tab.
This technique works for any ZTE handset, as well as most other Android phones.
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Taking a screenshot is a surprisingly routine task. Whether you're sending someone an image from the web, an Instagram photo, or documenting a bug in a program, you'll want to commit the process to memory.
Thankfully, it's easy to do on any ZTE phone, as well as most handsets from other Android brands.
How to take a screenshot on a ZTE phone
ZTE has embraced the standard method of taking a screenshot that most Android phones share. That means you can take a screenshot this way:
1. Open the app or go to the screen you want to screenshot.
2. Press the Power and Volume Down buttons simultaneously. After a moment, you should see the phone take and save a screenshot. This can be tricky to do since on many ZTE phones, the Volume and Power buttons are on the same side of the handset.
Then, to find the screenshot:
3. Start the Gallery app.
4. In the Gallery, tap "Albums" at the top of the screen, and then tap "Screenshots."
You should find your screenshot in this folder. You can now do anything you want with it, such as share it or send it to another device.
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This week: Microsoft's play for TikTok, Netflix's new secret weapon, and takeaways of the Facebook ad boycott.
Microsoft is interested in advertising again
People who know their Microsoft history are scratching their heads when it comes to its planned deal for TikTok's US business, and not just because it would plunge the tech giant into the unfamiliar territory unknown of teen-driven social media, with all its potential messiness and drama.
It's also because Microsoft all but abandoned its ad business in 2015 after its display ad revenue eroded over several years.
In recent years, it's focused on going after Amazon and Google on sponsored products, but still holds only an estimated 1.4% of the display ad market, according to EMarketer.
And while TikTok's own ad business is nascent, it has big potential, with its growing, young user base that advertisers are salivating over.
A successful takeover could help Microsoft erode Facebook and Google's stronghold on digital advertising. But it would also help solidify tech giant's control over advertising and the rules that govern it.
And the losers? Old-guard media companies, for one, none of which has the means to bid for a company some valued at $50 billion, and whose voice at the advertising table will only continue to diminish.
Bozoma Saint John is Netflix's new secret weapon
Media coverage of Bozoma Saint John has largely focused on her glamour and charisma, but Tanya Dua and Patrick Coffee examined the ex-Apple and Uber marketer's record in this insightful profile as she starts as Netflix's CMO.
Saint John's approach runs counter to the trend of data-driven marketing, which has made her a target of some. But consider what her hire signals about how Netflix sees its challenges as its field becomes more competitive. From their piece:
Forrester principal analyst Jim Nail said co-CEOs Reed Hastings and Ted Sarandos have recently begun emphasizing Netflix's ability to influence pop culture through a steady stream of original hits like "Bird Box," which helps it retain subscribers and sign up new ones who don't want to miss out on the latest cultural phenomenon...
Nail said Netflix's goal of influencing culture lined up with Saint John's record of helping companies stand out by co-opting trends beyond their industries.
"It's almost a repositioning. They're certainly enhancing and enriching their positioning with the idea of being a key part of culture," he said.
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Facebook's ad boycott: An accounting
More than 1,000 advertisers boycotted Facebook in a historic backlash against the company. But did any of it matter? Here are some key numbers, per Tanya Dua:
Some advertisers, convinced by Facebook's promises to do better monitoring hate speech, or need to make their sales numbers, are returning, and some are staying away, but the biggest impact may have been to its reputation among some users.
Facebook's ad revenue in the first three weeks of July grew about 10% year over year, the same rate as its second quarter.
It reminded us that it's mostly reliant on small advertisers who continue to spend there, with its top 100 advertisers accounting for 16% of its over-$70 billion ad revenue.
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Elon Musk tweeted Tuesday that Tesla would consider licensing its self-driving software and supplying battery technology to other automakers.
"We're just trying to accelerate sustainable energy, not crush competitors!" Musk said.
Musk's comments came in response to a blog post about German automakers looking to close the technological gap between them and Tesla.
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Tesla CEO Elon Musk said the electric automaker is considering getting into the business of lending software and supplying hardware to its competitors, floating the idea in a tweet Tuesday.
"Tesla is open to licensing software and supplying powertrains & batteries. We're just trying to accelerate sustainable energy, not crush competitors!" Musk said.
Tesla is open to licensing software and supplying powertrains & batteries. We’re just trying to accelerate sustainable energy, not crush competitors! — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 29, 2020
The comments came in response to a tweet linking to a report from Teslerati about German automakers' plans to catch up to Tesla in their development of electric vehicles.
Automakers have been fairly transparent about its technological head start, with one Volkswagen executive saying Tesla has a 10-year jump on rivals, according to Reuters. Audi's new CEO, Markus Duesmann, also told Reuters that Tesla has at least a two-year advantage "in terms of computing and software architecture, and in autonomous driving as well."
When pressed further by a Twitter user about whether Tesla would consider licensing its flagship self-driving software, Autopilot, Musk replied: "Sure."
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