Just over a year ago, an Israeli judge ruled against a couple for “misleading” their prospective landlord based on a series of texted emoji. The emojis to be blamed: dancing lady, two people dancing, a peace sign, a champagne bottle, a chipmunk, and a smiley face.Read more
In Fast Company’s annual ranking of the 50 most innovative companies in the world, Apple drops from the top spot in 2018 to 17th position this year.
This may come as no surprise to anyone, but the Chinese Brand Xiaomi and the South Korean giant Samsung hold the lion’s share in India’s smartphone market. Together they govern 50% of the Indian Market!Read more
The issue of cell phones emitting radiation has always been a heated topic of debate. And according to the latest research conducted into leading smartphones by the German Federal Office for Radiation Protection (Bundesamt für Strahlenschutz), there’s still some reason to be concerned. Out of the 16 featured smartphones in the list, eight are of popularly selling brands – Xiaomi and OnePlus.
After launching for Android users last summer, Netflix has finally introduced the long-awaited feature for iPad and iPhone owners: Smart Downloads.Read more
Originally decided to be effective this month, the Indian government has officially postponed the tax on the imports of touch panels that would have affected smartphone brands like Apple and Samsung big time.Read more
Apple has reclaimed the title of the most valuable publicly traded company, which it had first achieved in December 2018 but temporarily lost