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Samsung Announces UL-Certified Unbreakable OLED Panel for Smartphones

Samsung Display today announced an unbreakable OLED smartphone panel that’s been certified by Underwriters Laboratory (UL), an official testing company for the Occupational Safety and Health Administration of the U.S. Department of Labor. The UL test indicates that Samsung’s unbreakable display withstood 26 drops from 1.2 meters (4 feet) with ...

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Disrupt SF 2018 early-bird prices extended for one more week

The tech gods and goddesses must adore procrastinators, because we were suddenly compelled to extend our early-bird pricing on passes to Disrupt San Francisco 2018. It kills us to see folks paying more than necessary, so you now have until August 1 at midnight PST — another full week …read ...

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Nanotech powers this super-sensitive microphone

The trouble with microphones is that they don’t just hear — they have to listen. Powering the mic and its signal processor means using energy, and energy means a battery, and a battery means charging. This new microphone-like system hears more like the way our own ears do, requiring little ...

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Qualcomm Expects Apple to 'Solely' Use Intel Modems for 2018 iPhones

Apple does not have plans to use Qualcomm’s LTE chips in its next-generation devices, Qualcomm’s CFO said today during Qualcomm’s second quarter earnings call. As relayed by CNBC, Qualcomm CFO George Davis told investors Apple will use a competitor’s chips in its 2018 iPhones, likely speaking of Intel. “We believe ...

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Land Rover Trademarks ‘Road Rover’ Name

It might be just Land Rover looking to keep prospective or like-sounding names in the corporate fold, but a moniker rumored to herald a new Land Rover model line has shown up in a trademark application. Spotted by Autocar, the “Road Rover” trademark is the best sign yet that the ...

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