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  • - IDC Report on Wear Market in the Third Quarter 2021 - Bracelets Replace Watches

    The IDC Research Institute released its report on the state of the wearables market in the third quarter of 2021 on Monday, December 6, 2021. According to the report, a total of 138.4 million wearable devices entered the global market in the last quarter, which is a 9.9% increase compared to the wearables offered in the third quarter of 2020 (ie 125.9 million devices). IDC attributes a significant

  • - Introducing the Motorola Edge X30, the world's first phone with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1

    As already known, Motorola was the first company to introduce a new smartphone with a 4-nanometer Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor; The Motorola Edge X30, some of the specifications and features of which have been unveiled by Motorola over the past few days, was finally officially unveiled in China today, Thursday, December 9, 2021. The phone is available in two versions, including the regular X30 and

  • - Introducing the Motorola Edge S30 with Snapdragon 888 +, 108-megapixel camera and 144Hz display

    Apart from introducing the Edge X30 and Edge X30 Special Edition, Motorola on Thursday, December 9, 2021, also unveiled another phone called the Edge S30, which, although it does not mention the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor, relies on The Snapdragon 888 + chipset and advanced specs such as a 108-megapixel camera and 144Hz display still look quite interesting. Naturally priced lower than the Edge X

  • - Introducing Y55s 5G with Dimensity 700‌ ​​processor and 6000 mAh battery!

    Vivo has unveiled several different handsets in recent weeks, mostly in the low-end market; The company on Wednesday, December 8, 2021 (17 Azar 1400) unveiled another phone called Y55s 5G, which can be classified in the downward middle category. This phone should be considered a continuation of the two models of the company Y53s and Y54s, which were unveiled in June and November last year, and bot

  • - Reuters reported: Organizational changes in Samsung's structure with new mergers and appointments

    Reuters reported on Tuesday, December 7, 2021 (December 16, 1400) important organizational changes in the structure of Samsung. According to Reuters, in a strategic move, Samsung has merged the two parts of mobile and consumer electronics products. Another major change is related to new management appointments in several parts of Samsung. Apparently, these appointed managers have been working in t

  • - Nikkei Asia: iPhone production stopped for the first time in more than a decade!

    At the beginning of October, when most parts of China stopped working for the Golden Week holiday, the situation was reversed in Apple product lines, and factories such as Foxconn, Pagatron and the like went into overtime and shifts to speed up production of Apple's latest iPhone. The clock is ticking. This year, however, not only is there no overtime, but the workers are on leave! For the first t

  • - Investigating the roots of the global chipset crisis: from China warehouses to coronavirus!

    The global chipset crisis has gripped all IT activists these days and even led to the cessation of iPhone production for the first time in more than a decade. Apart from mobile manufacturers such as Samsung, Xiaomi and Oppo, this crisis has hit computer manufacturers such as Dell, HP and Acer, game console makers such as Sony and Nintendo, and even home appliance makers such as Dyson and LG Electr

  • - Apple's litigation with a Russian entity over forcing an alternative method of in-app payments in Appostor

    Apple's package approach and Appestor's monopoly rules have always been controversial. You probably remember the difference between Epic Games and Apple over in-app payment methods. In this conflict, after Epic Games disobeyed the rules of the App Store and enabled the direct payment option in Fortnite, Apple immediately reacted to this action and removed this popular game from its app store. Appa

  • - GT Master Edition in the eyes of the media - strengths and weaknesses from the perspective of professionals

    Riley, which split from Oppo‌'s parent company in 2018, is now an independent brand that offers a variety of handsets, mostly mid-range, and occasionally sneaks into the higher echelons of the market. Realme GT Master Edition is one of these phones that has recently appeared in the Iranian market. With a high-refresh OLED display, Snapdragon 778G processor and 64-megapixel main camera, the GT Mast

  • - IDC forecasts slight growth in smartphone supply in 2021 - 117% upgrade of 5G handsets

    The IDC research suite has released its latest forecast for the overall smartphone supply in 2021. According to the report, the number of handsets introduced to the market in 2021 will increase to 5.35 billion with an annual growth of 5.3%. IDC, of ​​course, has cut that figure on issues such as lower-than-expected third-quarter performance, the continuing global chip shortage crisis and so-called

  • - HMD Global five years later; The story of Nokia's lost opportunities

    Five years ago, on December 1, 2016, a group of former Nokia employees announced their decision to revive Nokia phones and make the brand one of the leading players in the field as part of a series called HMD Global; The decision turned Nokia back into a "reliable" brand with "entertaining" products that were "beautifully crafted". Nokia's continued commitment to both feature phones and low-end to

  • - Introducing the Snapdragon G3x Gen 1 - Qualcomm's first proprietary chip for handheld consoles

    Qualcomm claims to use Snapdragon chipsets to make the best gaming phones. Of course, one of the major markets that Qualcomm has missed so far and has not yet produced a dedicated chip for it is handheld game consoles (like the Nintendo Switch). These devices are actually located between smartphones and home consoles. But on Wednesday, December 1, 2021, Qualcomm unveiled its first proprietary chip

  • - Revolution in DNA Storage - Storing All Internet Information in a Shoe Box!

    Magnetic data storage devices, which are used in a wide range of applications today, have a long history, but do not occupy a high position in terms of durability and strength. Researchers are now talking about using a new method for one of the most advanced methods of information storage, namely DNA storage, which could change the future of the industry; Storing information in the form of DNA mol

  • - FTC sues Nvidia over $ 40 billion deal to buy Arm

    Last September, Nvidia announced a final $ 40 billion deal with SoftBank to buy the Arm suite; The deal, arguably the most expensive purchase in the industry, was met with strong opposition from countless Arm partners from the start, with companies such as Qualcomm, Google and Microsoft seeking a change in the US Federal Trade Commission, the European Commission, the Competition and Market Organiz