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  [ June 1, 2017 ] Smartphones and your eyes You and Eye
Posted by: dannel harriett - 06-06-2017, 07:03 AM - Forum: smart phone 2017 - No Replies

[ June 1, 2017 ] Smartphones and your eyes You and Eye : [ June 1, 2017 ] Smartphones and your eyes You and Eye
Smartphones and Your Eyes You and Eye If you asked me to name the most useful handheld device in every home in Nigeria today, I would say, it is the mobile phone. A smart phone is a mobile phone that performs many of the functions of a computer. It usually has a touch screen and is able to access the internet. The Communications Commission of Nigeria (NCC) has revealed that the number of telephone lines connected in Nigeria is approximately 216 million (May 2016). The average Nigerian uses the phone several times a day. Therefore, it is not surprising that a number of users are asking questions about the security and health challenges posed by these phones. "Can it damage the computer's eyes screen?" Asked Yomi. Keep in mind that smartphones are mini computers. Some computer users have complained of uncomfortable eye-related symptoms such as eye fatigue, dry eyes, headache, fatigue, difficulty focusing, blurred vision, double vision, itching, sandy sensations and eye irritation as well as Shoulders and neck after staring Your phone or computer monitors for hours on end. These are genuine complaints caused, not by the computer, but by abuse or excessive use of their eyes. Focusing on anything (whether a digital device or a book) for long periods without taking a break at all could cause similar symptoms. This can be solved in three ways. First, try more often by blinking. Second, close your eyes for a minute or take a look at a distant object every half hour. Lastly, be sure to wear a pair of suitable glasses (if you are supposed to) and make sure your phone or computer is at a suitable working distance. The preferred viewing distance is between 50 and 100 cm from the eyes. You can increase the size of the text for smaller screens. "How bright should my computer screen be?" Asked Toye. The brightness of your computer screen is usually not a major concern. It is good to keep the phone screen bright. This reduces the blinking speed of the computer and reduces fatigue, visual fatigue and headaches. In addition, a bright screen makes your pupil contract, giving you a wider range of focus, reducing the need for your eyes to accommodate and allowing you to work longer and more comfortably. However, it is desirable to create equal brightness in the room or around your workstation to avoid strong contrast between your computer screen and the i

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  Andy Rubin's Essential Phone to go on sale in late June; Ambient OS to follow
Posted by: linea valentijn - 06-01-2017, 05:43 AM - Forum: public news - No Replies

Andy Rubin&#39 s Essential Phone to go on sale in late June Ambient OS to follow Android&#39 s open ... : Andy Rubin's Essential Phone to go on sale in late June Ambient OS to follow Android's open ...
Andy Rubin, co-founder of the mobile operating system for Android, introduced this week the essential product line, which includes a high-end smartphone and a home assistant loudspeaker, among others. While smartphone pricing details, Essential PH1, have already been announced, Andy Rubin has now provided information on when the smartphone will hit the shelves. While speaking at the 2017 Code Conference, Rubin revealed that the Essential PH1 aka Essential Phone will begin shipping later this month. It is worth noting that the smartphone has already gone on sale in the US. The smartphone costs $ 699, which is approximately Rs 45,000. Andy Rubin's company seems to be focusing on the western market right now and there is no news on when the smartphone and other smartphone devices will be available in international markets, including India. ALSO READ: The essential handset of the Android creator checks the correct boxes, but would India even care? In addition to the availability details, Andy Rubin has also elaborated more on what to expect from the smartphone. Although the essential phone has front-line hardware, the smartphone will include a new AI and will be open to include third-party AIs such as Google Assistant and Microsoft's Cortana in the near future. RELATED: Andy Rubin assumes Android establishment Also talked about Ambient operating system. Rubin reveals that Ambient OS will also be an open source. It is worth noting that the open source strategy had paid off for Android to a great extent. Currently, Android is the largest mobile operating system in the world. However, the biggest headache of Android has been fragmentation with a large number of users who are missing out on key updates and new features. Rubin, however, played the apprehensions about a potential fragmentation problem for the environmental operating system. He pointed out that "no one gets 100 percent updates, it 's impossible ". Rubin also took the dig at Apple's claims of 80 percent modernization rate, stating that the rate is actually around 60 to 70 percent. Also read: Andy Rubin Essential PH-1 vs Samsung Galaxy S8 vs. Sony Xperia XZ Premium for OS Ambient, Rubin said the company had a solution to address the upgrade issue. While he did not elaborate what the solution was really, he just pointed out that he turned the management service into the back end. There is more information on how the Ambient operating system will work and how it will evolve in the future. You can

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  Vintage Motorola Mobile Phone Cell Phone Original
Posted by: saidee valerie - 06-01-2017, 05:35 AM - Forum: mobile phone - No Replies

Vintage Motarola Mobile Phone Cell Phone Original : Vintage Motorola Mobile Phone Cell Phone Original
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  Essential
Posted by: jimmie krystal - 06-01-2017, 05:35 AM - Forum: public news - No Replies

Essential : Essential
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  Microsoft is reportedly developing a new phone – and the software to go with it
Posted by: udale aigneis - 06-01-2017, 05:31 AM - Forum: public news - No Replies

Microsoft is reportedly developing a new phone – and the software to go with it : Microsoft is reportedly developing a new phone – and the software to go with it
As for reducing compatibility with Windows 10 Mobile over the past year, combined with the fall in sales of Windows phones, we would not blame you for thinking that Microsoft's latest big push in the mobile space would be its, well, last .However, it seems The bigwig technology is heating up for another crack in the mobile bat as industry sources say Thurrott.com that Microsoft is actively developing something new for Windows Mobile. According to the report, Microsoft is testing not only the hardware, But also an extension of Windows Mobile Software. Although few details were given, it may be a completely reinvigorated operating system that could cut support for Silverlight & mdash The Microsoft mobile development tool that is already in life support. Change Windows (Mobile) While we take this report with a grain of salt & mdash Not a lot of difficult details could be given at this time, with Thurrott.com adding that the alleged Microsoft project is "still in early development and plans can change dramatically " & mdash We have heard of Microsoft's continued interest in the mobile from a much more official source. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said in a podcast last month that the company had not put the smartphones behind it - Adding the caveat that what the company has in mind may "not look like the phones there are today ". Nadella continued to describe the success of Microsoft's Surface 2-in-1 line, possibly suggesting that what we see A hybrid device than a conventional phone. While the long rumored Surface Phone is still far from being confirmed, we can not help but wonder if a successor to Windows Mobile (perhaps running on a modified Windows 10 S) is not far Behind.Small Wonders: The Best Compact Phones You Can Buy now

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  'Lack of awareness' among mobile phone users about cybercrime threat
Posted by: kirbee phoebe - 06-01-2017, 05:31 AM - Forum: mobile phone - No Replies

&#39 Lack of awareness&#39 among mobile phone users about cybercrime threat : 'Lack of awareness' among mobile phone users about cybercrime threat
A single third of consumers have installed anti-virus software on their mobile phone even though 94% appreciate the importance of data security, a survey has found. Nearly 24 million Britons use their mobile to buy, and nearly 23 million use Internet banking services, according to the survey. Nearly 24 million Britons use their mobile to buy, and nearly 23 million use Internet banking services. 34% have protected your phone with the software. Meanwhile, 17% of Britons admit to storing their passwords on their mobile phone. Of these, 43% keep passwords in the Notes application, 28% keep them as the organization's names in their contact list and 26% keep them under celebrity names. 43% do not use a numeric code to ensure access to their phones, while 11% admit that they have never changed any of their passwords online. Even among those considered to take data security seriously, 7% have used public WiFi to send bank details. Despite the increasing levels of cybercrime, (17%) do not think anyone will steal information Of its phone, while nearly one in three (29%) believe that security applications are not necessary on mobile phones. Virgin Mobile commissioned the survey when it launched a mobile security package, Including a password manager service, For all customers for free during the first year of use. Jeff Dodds, Managing Director of Virgin Mobile, said: "While Brits spend more time surfing the web on their smartphones than on laptops," British citizenship is increasingly aware of cybersecurity and overwhelming Cyber-crime situation, "said Cyber.uk director Jessica Barker.Most agree that it is important.However, there is a gap between this awareness and behaviors." One driving factor in this is that cyber security May seem difficult and overwhelming. However, it does not have to be that way, and online security is increasingly important. "Powerful and connected, people use them to do internet banking, buy, share content on social media and even Send close

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  Samsung Galaxy S8 or HTC U11: Which smartphone is worth your money?
Posted by: colver monro - 06-01-2017, 05:23 AM - Forum: samsung galaxy - No Replies

Samsung Galaxy S8 or HTC U11: Which smartphone is worth your money? : Samsung Galaxy S8 or HTC U11: Which smartphone is worth your money?
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  Digital Turbine Partners with Indus OS to Monetize 1 Billion Smartphone Users in
Posted by: lamar eirena - 06-01-2017, 05:23 AM - Forum: smartphone - No Replies

Digital Turbine Partners with Indus OS to Monetize 1 Billion Smartphone Users in Emerging Markets : Digital Turbine Partners with Indus OS to Monetize 1 Billion Smartphone Users in Emerging Markets
Digital Turbine, Inc. (Nasdaq: APPS) today announced a multi-year agreement with Indus OS, India's second most popular smartphone platform, outperforming Apple's iOS. Indus OS is available on eight million smartphones in 80 smartphone models and aims to add 100 million users by 2020. The Indus Turbine Digital Ignite platform is now in the pipeline to drive its mid-range mobile app campaigns May 2017. India is the world's fastest growing smartphone market with an estimated 125 million smartphones expected to be sold in India in 2017. In addition, over the next three years, it is estimated that 500 million people in India transition to smartphones and an overwhelming majority of these people will be users who do not understand English. Indus OS is built to the core to meet the needs of the local market and currently supports 12 major languages. It currently has alliances with 8 major Indian manufacturers and has made great strides in its vision is to help connect one trillion smartphone users in emerging markets. "Our mission is to develop technology to address the region's economic, social and regional diversity," said Rakesh Deshmukh, co-founder and CEO of Indus OS. "We are the first to deeply customize a smartphone experience that meets the real needs of the citizens of emerging markets through innovation, simplification and localization. By using Digital Turbine, we are able to provide recommendations tailored to the application To adapt to the local market and enhance the global experience of end customers. "The Ignite platform provides mobile ecosystems with an easier way to scale and offers a relevant set of end-user application campaigns leveraging our extensive advertising network And exclusive partnerships with leading mobile advertising agencies, "said Bill Stone, CEO of Digital Turbine." Our patented application recommendation engine uses data science to optimize and track campaigns for a user experience Final more attractive. We are very excited to partner with the Indus operating system in i

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  Andy Rubin's Essential PH-1 smartphone: How it stacks against Apple iPhone 7 Plus,
Posted by: isidro hillier - 06-01-2017, 05:19 AM - Forum: smartphone - No Replies

Andy Rubin&#39 s Essential PH-1 smartphone: How it stacks against Apple iPhone 7 Plus, Galaxy S8+ : Andy Rubin's Essential PH-1 smartphone: How it stacks against Apple iPhone 7 Plus, Galaxy S8+
Written by Shruti Dhapola | New Delhi | Andy Rubin's essential smartphone is a premium one with a titanium body, an edge-to-edge display with no bezel and the option of adding a 360-degree camera. Related news Apple will launch its new MacBook Pro next week, official announcement to be made at WWDC 2017The Indian tablet market declines 18 percent annually: IDCSamsung Notebook 9 Pro with Windows 10, S Built-in Pen released in -creator Andy Rubin is back with a new smartphone called Essential. The essential smartphone sports a superior design and look, and a price tag of $ 699. While Rubin's blog says they want to offer "top quality materials and true craftsmanship ", and this should not be limited to a few People, the price of this handset places it clearly in the league of high-end smartphones in the world. The Essential smartphone is a premium device with a titanium body, an edge-to-edge display with no bezel and the option to add a 360-degree camera that will fit into the phone. How does the Essential smartphone compare to the two premium smartphones on the market, namely the Apple iPhone 7 Plus and the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus? Here's a quick look at the detailed features. Essential PH-1 vs. Apple iPhone 7 Plus vs. Samsung Galaxy S8 +: Show, Design Now, when it comes to display and design, essential PH-1 smartphone has something new in the cards. The PH-1 smartphone has a 5.71-inch edge-to-edge display with "rounded corners" and a resolution of 2560 x 1312 pixels, which is QHD and the aspect ratio is 19:10. This has a brightness of 500 nits. The dimensions of the Essential smartphone are 141.5 mm (5.57 inches) x 71.1 mm (2.79 inches) x 7.8 mm (0.3 inches). Despite the large screen, the phone is only 5.5 inches in size, thanks to the non-bezel display. Essential PH-1 also comes with no case, because the company is so design safe. The other interesting aspect of the PH-1 smartphone is that it has a "Titanium" body and not the normal aluminum body we see on devices like Apple's iPhone 7 Plus, or a whole of glass and metal like the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus. Essential

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  Smartphone Displays Are the Next Competitive Battlefield
Posted by: sibyl rosalind - 06-01-2017, 05:19 AM - Forum: smartphone - No Replies

Smartphone Displays Are the Next Competitive Battlefield : Smartphone Displays Are the Next Competitive Battlefield
This year, major launches of new products from Samsung and Apple are expected to help reverse some of the upside winds that the smartphone market has been experiencing lately. According to IDC, the market grew to a lukewarm 2.5 percent, the slowest growth rate for the device category. This year, the technology research firm expects shipments to reach 1.52 billion units, an increase of three percent. This momentum is expected to reach 2018, when the market will see an additional gain of 4.5 percent, with shipments concentrated around units with screen sizes of 5 to 6 inches. A number of factors will help raise the fortunes of smartphone manufacturers over the next year and a half, including improving the economies of some emerging markets. Sellers are also doing their part to stimulate demand by launching devices with dazzling displays. "With the ongoing struggle at the top end, suppliers will have to find a way to innovate ahead of the curve to attract new users and increase shipments while driving profits. The screen looks like it could be The next battleground for the smartphone in the next two years, "said Anthony Scarsella, research manager at IDC, in a statement. "We have seen Samsung and LG opt for new screens without boundaries 18: 9 and Apple could be set to join the party later this year ". In late March, Samsung officially unveiled its latest star phone, the Galaxy S8. In driving the company's mission to banish bezels, the Galaxy S8's OLED screen dominates virtually the entire front of the device and tilts on its sides. Although less daring than its Korean competitor, LG's new G6 smartphone features a similar 5.7-inch screen with slim bezels. Scarsella predicts that savvy smartphone screens are on the way. "As smartphone owners continue to consume media on their devices, the screen (larger, brighter and bolder) will be an integral part of each provider's overall design language," he continued. "From flexible to foldable and everything else, the 18: 9 screens seem to be just the beginning of what's to come." Apple, meanwhile, is preparing its 10th anniversary iPhone. Initial leaks indicate that the device manufacturer in Cupertino, Calif., Will switch the display technology from iPhone to OLED (LCD currently) and the display will practically extend from corner to corner. The mechanical start button, an iPhone accessory since it was released in 2007, is said to make way for a home screen button. Pedro Hernández is a contributing editor for Datamatio

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