Posts Tagged: past

Samsung looks to the past with this Galaxy S10 teaser video

With just over two weeks to go until Samsung officially unveils its Galaxy S10 smartphones to the public on February 20th at an Unpacked event in San Francisco, the Korean electronics giant has posted a teaser video on its YouTube channel. The Galaxy S10 will be the tenth iteration of the Galaxy S series of […]

Come comment on this article: Samsung looks to the past with this Galaxy S10 teaser video

Visit TalkAndroid


TalkAndroid

Xiaomi surges past 2017 revenue target setting up for IPO bid

When 2017 opened, Xiaomi was getting over the bump in the road that 2016 had been for the company. Like so many technology companies, Xiaomi succeeded in generating a lot of buzz when they first launched and translated that early success into positive financial results. As they transitioned out of their start up phase though, […]

Come comment on this article: Xiaomi surges past 2017 revenue target setting up for IPO bid

Visit TalkAndroid


TalkAndroid

To find its future, Hasselblad had to look back to its past

Hasselblad has left a difficult few years behind it, and launched a camera that takes its founder’s original vision and brings it right up to date. We visited the company and discovered the passion driving it forward.

The post To find its future, Hasselblad had to look back to its past appeared first on Digital Trends.

Mobile–Digital Trends

Snapchat turns to the past with Memories, a searchable camera-roll replacement

Snapchat may be known for its disappearing messages, however the social media app now wants you to save pictures to look at later using Memories, its attempt at a camera-roll replacement.

The post Snapchat turns to the past with Memories, a searchable camera-roll replacement appeared first on Digital Trends.

Android Army–Digital Trends

Encryption’s a thing of the past in Amazon’s Fire OS 5

In the most recent update for its Fire tablets, Amazon has removed device encryption, a move that could be seen as backwards thinking. But the company has since backtracked and says full-disk encryption will return in a spring update.

The post Encryption’s a thing of the past in Amazon’s Fire OS 5 appeared first on Digital Trends.

Android Army–Digital Trends