There has been a lot of talk about Samsung building a foldable smartphone for the past couple of years. However, we’ve yet to see anything tangible from the company. It’s certainly not the only major company that might be working on something like this. At least Huawei has officially confirmed that it has a working prototype of its foldable smartphone. Huawei is expected to launch its foldable smartphone at some point next year.
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Facebook Messenger has allowed users to send and receive money since 2015. However, that implementation is a bit different. The latest allows users to use one of the most popular payment services on the planet to send and receive money in Facebook Messenger. The social network’s messaging service now allows its users to do this via PayPal.
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The Huawei Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro were announced by the company in China over the weekend but the new handsets aren’t the only hardware that it has unveiled. Something that flew under the radar completely for the past couple of weeks has also been unveiled. Huawei has launched the new Watch 2 Pro in China. This smartwatch comes with eSIM support. This was a surprising announcement, given that Huawei didn’t talk about a new smartwatch at the international launch event in Munich.
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You can already use the “OK Google” command to fire up the Google Assistant on your compatible Android smartphone. The “Hey Google” command wasn’t supported on smartphones as it was only used for Assistant-powered hardware like the Google Home smart speaker. That changes today, though. Google is now rolling out support for the Hey Google keyword for smartphones.
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Pre-orders for Apple’s new flagship smartphone will finally be live later this month. Apple is going to start taking pre-orders for the iPhone starting October 27th. The company is offering a “head start” to those who are already members of its iPhone Upgrade Program. Apple says that they will be able to speed through checkout on October 27th if they have decided to upgrade to the iPhone X.
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As you might have heard, Sprint and T-Mobile are apparently working towards merging together. It was previously reported that the merger, or at least plans for the merger, could be announced later this month. However according to a report from Bloomberg, it seems that the merger’s announcement could be delayed to November. Read full post →Sprint, T-Mobile Merger Might Only Be Announced In November


Different countries have different rules and regulations, so what might be legal and allowed in one country might not be in another country. Take for example VPN apps which used to be widely available in the iTunes App Store in China, but in recent times have been removed following China’s new law that requires such apps to be approved by the government first. Read full post →Tim Cook Questioned Over Apple’s Removal Of VPN Apps In China


Bug bounty programs aren’t new and usually most companies have something similar in place where rewards are offered to users, developers, and/or hackers who discover a bug or a security flaw in their services or software. The amount will range depending on the severity of the bug found. Read full post →Google Launches Bug Bounty Program For Third-Party Android Apps


If you’re hoping to get your hands on the iPhone X come 3rd of November, you might have heard reports that Apple is facing some supply issues and that there might not be many units available at the start. This seems to be further reinforced by analyst firm KGI Securities who indicates that Apple will have about 3 million iPhone X units at launch. Read full post →3 Million iPhone X Units Expected To Be Available At Launch


Facebook definitely wants to be more than just a place where you connect with your friends and family. We’ve seen the company explore various new features and services, and earlier this year there was a report that Facebook was testing out a new “Explore Feed” feature which as its name suggests, lets users find new posts that Facebook thinks they might be interested in. Read full post →Facebook’s ‘Explore Feed’ Feature Is Now Rolling Out To Users