Monthly Archives: October 2018

  • Is Lenovo’s New Smart Tab Range going to shake up the tablet market?

    In the last few months, Lenovo has made a flurry of announcements around its new Smart Tab tablets and the accessories that work with it. Here, we take a look at the new products by Lenovo and think about what it could mean for the future of tablet technology.

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  • Patent Lawsuit Filed Against Apple’s Dual Camera Technology

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    Apple is seen by many as the flag bearer for the modern world of technology, ever since the original iPhone was released all the way back in 2007. In the incredibly fast and unbelievably rich technology race, Apple is currently the leading brand, a claim backed by them becoming the first trillion-dollar public company earlier this year.

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  • Samsung Announce Galaxy S10 Phones

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    A couple of weeks ago, Samsung confirmed their new Galaxy devices. While this hasn’t been announced by the company at any major event quite yet, it was confirmed after Samsung submitted the new devices – SM-G970F, SM-G975F and SM-G973F – to the China Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, better known as CMIIT.

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  • iPhone 8 Plus Receives Unlikely Sales Boost

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    This year, Apple made economic history by becoming the world’s first public company to reach a valuation of one trillion dollars. A reward for decades of pushing the aesthetic boundaries of technology before redefining what our devices are capable of has left Apple on top of not just the technology market, but all markets in general. Much of Apple’s boom through the course of this century has been thanks to the iPhone – released in 2007, the brainchild of legendary CEO Steve Jobs reinvented portable technology, and since that moment Apple has been the leading name in the continually evolving consumer technology race.

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