Indian brand CENTRiC launches smartphone with pop-up selfie camera

Indian brand CENTRiC launches smartphone with pop-up selfie camera

Barcelona: Domestic smartphone-maker CENTRiC on Monday launched “S1” smartphone that features an 8MP pop-up selfie camera and in-display fingerprint scanner, costing $310 (approximately Rs 22,027). The device, showcased at the MWC 2019 here, comes with a 6.39-inch full-screen FHD AMOLED display, 16MP +5MP dual rear camera, fast charging and wireless[Read More…]

Nokia unveils world's first penta-camera smartphone

Nokia unveils world’s first penta-camera smartphone

Barcelona: The Finnish company HMD Global, which makes Nokia smartphones, unveiled the “Nokia 9 PureView” — the world’s first smartphone with a five-camera array with ZEISS Optics to put next generation computational imaging technology into the hands of photography and technology enthusiasts. The device was unveiled on Sunday at the[Read More…]

Apple fires 190 employees from self-driving car project: Report

We do not want to be elitist company: Apple COO

San Francisco: Apple does not want to be known as an elitist company any more owing to the high iPhone costs and wants to become a brand accessible to all, company COO Jeff Williams has said. Apple has already begun reducing the price of the iPhone for third-party distributors in[Read More…]

OPPO wants to do a OnePlus, enter US market: Report

OPPO wants to do a OnePlus, enter US market: Report

San Francisco: Chinese handset maker OPPO is now aiming to foray into the US market, similar to what premium smartphone maker OnePlus did in October 2018. “Another Chinese phone maker wants to take a crack at the US market. But this one already has a foot in the door in[Read More…]

Apps still sharing user data with Facebook without user-consent: Report

Facebook’s internal conversations, memos leaked online

San Francisco: Internal conversation between Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and other company executives were leaked online that contained a highly confidential 2012 memo detailing several policy matters. “About 60 pages of un-redacted exhibits from a lawsuit between Facebook and Six4Three, an app developer, were posted anonymously on GitHub,” the Guardian[Read More…]

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