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How Samsung DeX updates improve the Galaxy enterprise experience

Last year Samsung launched the DeX dock solution with the Galaxy S8. Later in 2017 it improved the DeX experience with video conferencing support, Samsung Focus support, and more. With the new Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus, we also receive improvements in DeX software and in hardware, the new DeX Pad. The DeX dock was an innovative solution, but ...

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Fitness post on social media may impact others too

New York: When people post photos of their fitness pursuits on social media they may be influencing, for better or worse, the health of their pals too, a new study suggests. The more exercise-related posts a person sees on social media, the more concerned they feel about their own weight, the researchers said. “Our results were mixed. Good can come ...

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Talat’s cameo carries Islamabad home in low-scorer

Islamabad United 117 for 5 (Talat 48, Tahir 3-19) beat Multan Sultans 113 (Malik 35, Raees 3-14) by five wickets Asif Ali is congratulated by Luke Rochi upon catching Kumar Sangakkara PCB/PSL Not often, in T20s, does a Powerplay decide the direction of a game. When it does, it’s almost always solely down to underfoot or overhead conditions. Under atypically overcast ...

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MWC 2018: Huawei unveils first 5G customer premises equipment

Huawei has announced the launch of its first 5G customer premises equipment (CPE) at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018 in Barcelona. The CPE involves a commercial terminal device supporting 3GPP 5G standards with a Huawei-developed Balong 5G01 chipset, which it labelled as being the world’s first commercial 3GPP 5G chipset supporting download speeds of up to 2.3Gbps across sub-6GHz and ...

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Why Logan Director James Mangold Hates PG Ratings

It is certainly true that violence is rarely lacking in PG action movies. There are plenty of guns, plenty of fights, and potentially as much death as a similar rated-R title. However, for the PG film, there is little to no blood, death often happens off screen, and we never see the pain that these people feel as a result ...

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New Zealand beat England by three wickets in first ODI

Ben Stokes made an impressive return here on Sunday when he took two wickets that inspired a dramatic fightback but it was not enough to give England victory over New Zealand in a thrilling first one-day international at Seddon Park. Stokes appeared to have sealed victory for England with his intervention just when New Zealand were seemingly cruising home. But he ...

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MWC 2018: Intel and NTT DoCoMo partner for 2020 Tokyo Olympics

Intel has announced that it will partner with Japanese telecommunications carrier NTT DoCoMo on providing 5G coverage and technology for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo. “The Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 were a successful qualifying trial for even bigger, more dramatic arenas: The Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 and widespread global rollout of 5G commercial standards and networks by that ...

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Mamata Banerjee condoles Sridevi’s death

Kolkata: Expressing grief over the sudden demise of veteran Bollywood actress Sridevi, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Sunday said she was “one of the most popular actors of a generation”. “Saddened at the untimely passing away of Sridevi, one of the most popular actors of a generation. Condolences to her family, her colleagues in the industry and fans,” ...

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