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Samsung Slashes OLED Production on Slow iPhone X Sales

Samsung Slashes OLED Production on Slow iPhone X Sales

Samsung Electronics is to slash production at its OLED panel plant in response to customer Apple's decision to reduce output of the iPhone X following weak demand. Despite Apple claims of iPhone X sales that surpass expectations and top the charts week after week, the numbers don't seem to add up for Samsung .


Swype+Dragon for Android reaches its end, support discontinued

Swype+Dragon for Android reaches its end, support discontinued

Nuance has confirmed that it is no longer supporting Swype, and has redirected all efforts into working on the direct-to-business Dragon dictation technology. The Swype keyboard revolutionized how mobile phone users input text through an easy "Swype". But all good things must come to an end. Besides, there are plenty of "swiping" style keyboards to choose from.


Google is testing a bottom nav bar in the Phone app

Google is testing a bottom nav bar in the Phone app

As 9to5 Google reports, the company started testing this new built-in screenshot editor for its app back in April past year. The new tool will be released with version 7.21 of the Google application which is now in beta build. You can also crop the screenshot and draw on it. As you must have guessed it, the tool offers a preview of an immediate screenshot for a couple of seconds, within which time users can edit and share it from whichever app they are on.


SpaceX's Satellite Broadband Plans Gets Key Endorsement From FCC Chair

SpaceX's Satellite Broadband Plans Gets Key Endorsement From FCC Chair

Federal Communications Commission (" FCC ") for operating authority for a constellation of non-geostationary orbit ("NGSO") satellites for provision of broadband services". Space X intends to use the Ku Band, 12 GHz to 18 GHz, for its test. Three commercial satellite operators - Arabsat, Inmarsat and Viasat - have also signed on to fly with the 27-engine vehicle, according to Space Exploration Technologies Corp's launch manifest.


Rainbow Six Siege is getting a pick and ban phase

Rainbow Six Siege is getting a pick and ban phase

The most notable of the changes is the new Pick & Ban mode, a system that'll allow pro players to ban away problematic operators that they don't want to play against. The uppermost objectives on Clubhouse, the cash room and bedroom, will now be connected by a new area, completely altering the rooftop flanking play currently available to defenders.