With the competition to finally invent the best foldable devices starting, Samsung looks set to prove it can still deliver the best of them. The next Unpacked event will introduce a new generation of foldable phones, along with smartwatches and tablets. That’s what we hope for.
While it doesn’t mention new hardware, the company is expected to unveil the Galaxy Z Flip 5 and Galaxy Z Fold 5. However, this year the priorities are reversed. Where the book-style fold is usually the main attraction, the flip clamshell is probably getting the most attention this year, with a front screen big enough to take on the competition. Both the Galaxy Z Flip 5 and Galaxy Z Fold 5 may use a “waterdrop” hinge, which narrows down the opening when closed. Why should we care? It curves thinner and has a smaller opening when the device is closed.
On the wearables front, the company is not-so-subtly suggesting that the Galaxy Watch 6 will come unpacked, and reports also point to the Classic or Pro version bringing back the physical rotating bezel. (Some people are crazy about smartwatches with rotating bezels.)
Samsung’s latest premium Android, the Galaxy Tab S9 is expected to round out. We expect better screens and perhaps IP67 dust and water protection in the Base, Plus and Ultra versions of the laptop.
Samsung will stream the event starting at 7AM ET on the 26th. If you want to stay up late, don’t worry – we’ll be live blogging and hopefully getting some work done with the new equipment. stay tuned.
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After prison, Mitnick became a white hat hacker and cyber security consultant.
Kevin Mitnick, once the world’s most wanted computer hacker, died on July 16 at the age of 59. Mitnick first broke into computer systems in 1979, but was not convicted until 1988 when he was sentenced to 12 years in prison. Months in jail for copying a company’s software. He broke into Pacific Bell’s voicemail computer while under surveillance and continued to hack mobile networks as well as corporate and government websites into the 1990s as a fugitive.
Mitnick was also involved in the theft of thousands of files and credit card numbers, but his obituary states that he “never took a cent from any of his victims.”
This is a significant increase of $2 without any official announcement.
I mentioned this yesterday, but here are the finer details. YouTube Premium increased significantly by $2 from $12 to $14, while the annual price went from $120 to $140 per month, a savings of approximately $28 compared to paying month-to-month. Last year, Google increased the Family Premium plan to $23 per month and charged existing customers a monthly new subscription fee.
The tech giant has pitched it to “The New York Times” and other publications.
According to the new York TimesGoogle is testing a new AI technology, codenamed Genesis, that can generate news articles. The tech giant has reportedly showcased the device many times and officers Washington Post and News Corp., owner of wall street journal, Based on reports from people watching the pitch, Genesis may make a copy of the data entered into it, whether current events or other types of information. Google believes journalists can use it as an assistant to automate tasks and free them up for other things. Some journalists fear that this could cost them their jobs.
But the bots haven’t gotten there yet: cnet After becoming aware of substantial errors in most of the 77 machine-written articles cnet money From the line And just earlier this month, Gizmodo io9 A piece of Star Wars is riddled with errors thanks to a Gizmodo bot.
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