ELECTRONICS 

The new Huawei P40 Pro+ with an Ultra vision, SLR quality camera

IT’S NICE TO see TNW still offering similar flexibility to the innovative communities that get younger and more diverse and globally active today. The most interesting New product that I have seen is the new Huawei P40 Pro+. It’s an Android phone and, in the company’s “typical” way, gets creative and innovative with features. The stunning thing about this phone is that it adds a smartphone SLR-like camera to it. It’s like being able to use a phone as a real SLR camera. If you haven’t seen this yet, watch…

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ELECTRONICS 

Arm to transfer IoT Businesses to SoftBank, focuses on core semiconductor business

Arista really just an emerging growth company, or was it a takeover target? For what it’s worth, a new report out from Bernstein suggests that investors are better off if they believed that Arista was a growth company from the start. As Bernstein analyst Stacy Rasgon explains, none of the five major semiconductor companies that Arista competes with actually have businesses with a similar level of gross margin, and all of them except one have significantly higher operating expenses. The real attractive aspect of Arista, as you can see from…

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ELECTRONICS 

Oracle launches fully-managed cloud services on-premises

The cost of cloud computing is coming down, but it remains an expensive proposition. Oracle Corp. thinks it can build a better model, starting with an effort to establish services-as-a-service for customers who want to run Oracle software on-premises. Many vendors, including Oracle and Microsoft Corp., already offer SaaS — usually for their software and tools — in one form or another. However, SaaS generally requires a monthly fee or cloud-hosting charge from the customer. Oracle is offering managed services that, in effect, are a mix of SaaS and on-premises…

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ELECTRONICS 

Covid-19 may prove to be a blessing for the tablet market in 2020

Samsung´s clunky Galaxy Tab S4 is a highlight of the event yesterday.The press conference yesterday in New York was deeply confusing, although the principles behind it were clear. It had all the hallmarks of a company developing a communications strategy, but a massive product range. Had Facebook or Google been in that position, they would probably have said the same. The world is undergoing a digital transformation and companies like Samsung are responding aggressively. The fundamental challenge they face is that the business has shifted from a “take what people…

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ELECTRONICS 

Oppo, Realme, OnePlus face inventory issues due to factory shutdown

In January 2016, Xu Bin was unimpressed by Xiaomi Corp’s smartphone – good for basic photo and video taking but nothing to write home about. Its design was long, its features were lacking, and it was just as expensive as other top-end rivals. Xu, then an investor in Xiaomi – alongside the Chinese government’s sovereign wealth fund – decided it was time to sell his shares and move on. Xu had what might be called the Joan of Arc syndrome. When a company launched a consumer product – especially one…

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ELECTRONICS EMERGING NEWS 

Apple reveals new developer technologies to foster next generation of apps

Here’s a bit of news that’s been under the radar but has the potential to bring new meaning to our apps. Apple has been pushing out notifications that show off new app features – like a new feature that compresses data – that are in the works. Here’s a bit of news that’s been under the radar but has the potential to bring new meaning to our apps. Apple has been pushing out notifications that show off new app features – like a new feature that compresses data – that…

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ELECTRONICS 

Oppo Reno 4 Pro Indian Variant to Sport Faster Refresh Rate, Tipster Claims

Oppo had a pretty good year in 2018, with many of its devices hitting the top end of market dominance in some areas, and across the board with success with flagship products. One of the most recent models of this once humble Chinese brand is the Oppo Reno 4 Pro, with a price tag of 1699 Yuan. By itself, that would be enough to get any proud owner excited. Well, a Chinese tipster claims to have a sneaky ahead-of-the-curve insight into what they claim to be a few new details…

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ELECTRONICS 

As signals collide, it’s important for 5G safety to come first, argues

In the United States some analysts claim that there is some worry, or anxiety, over battery life and interference from 5G antennae One small-arms group could potentially send down information which could slow down a huge city. This latter possibility has prompted some concerns that anyone trying to use 5G in public might be harmed. For example, the radiation from small-arms weaponry would have to be detonated to emit an effective burst of radiation and since power lines are often switched off, at this point the potential impact would be…

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ELECTRONICS 

Oil Prices Extend Climb to Highest Level Since March as Demand and Supply Seen Taking Steps Toward Recovery

Oil prices have continued their recent bullish momentum, hitting their highest level since March yesterday. Markets are currently cheering surging demand, as evidenced by the number of weekly refinery restarts, expanding the number of gasoline-selling days in the US to the highest level in nine years, and record refinery utilization — all being delivered to market at the same time. This is adding significant upward pressure to prices, especially as market participants are seeing signs of a recent uptick in oil supply. Global supplies are consistently rising, but at a…

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ELECTRONICS 

Apple Lunch iPhone 11 Pro vs. iPhone 11: You Should Buy

While we at the “Rich and Famous Food & Beverage” channel, ywbc.org, take great pride in providing regular on-air updates on cool, new cool food and beverages on the market today, let’s also get out in front of the curve when it comes to recent market research. The latest and greatest research on nutrition, safety, and the safety of food manufacturing makes it very clear that food and beverage companies are going to have to do a whole lot more to take care of themselves if they’re going to be…

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