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Samsung Unpacks Galaxy Note 4 And Note Edge At IFA 2014

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Samsung Unpacked Episode 2 just concluded at IFA 2014, Berlin. The Korea-based company finally announced the much awaited successor of the Samsung Galaxy Note series, Galaxy Note 4 and Note Edge.

The new galaxy note comes with a numerous upgrades including some chains of the Galaxy S5 such as fingerprint security and Quad HD Super AMOLED display. On the other hand, the Note 4 is also resistant to water and dust. However, the device still sports 5.7-inch screen same as its antecedent.

Galaxy Note 4 is integrated with 16MP of rear-facing camera sporting a highly functional 8X digital zoom along with some improved light sensors. On the front side, the selfie tunnel comes with a wide-angle view which details from 90 to 120 degrees of panoramic selfie.

The Note 4 comes in four color variants including Frosted White, Charcoal Black, Bronze Gold and Blossom Pink. And, also introduces an improved version of the S-Pen with some really cool features. This flagship of Samsung flies on Google’s latest Android 4.4.4 KitKat. Linear to that, Note 4 comes with a rapid-charging mode which boosts the phone’s battery from 0% to 50% just in 30 minutes.

Galaxy Note 4 is set to launch on four major U.S. carriers which tags AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile. And, varies from country to country for price tag and availability.

Galaxy Note Edge:

Right after the Note 4, Samsung linearly unveiled Galaxy Note Edge, the first smartphone of its kind which features the super cool bent display. With a 5.6-inch AMOLED display sporting 2560×1600 pixels, the phone screen is bent on the right side of this toy. This bent is specially integrated for some curated add-ups such as notifications, clock, stock ticker and few others.

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The Note Edge features a 2.7 GHz Quad-Core Snapdragon 805 processor along with a 3GB RAM accompanied by a 32GB storage stack. This bent phone also supports SD card slot which is definitely not bent. And, the same 16MP camera as the Note 4. Well, these were all Unpacked at the Samsung’s not-packed event at IFA 2014, Berlin under the Smartphone label.

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Xiaomi unveils the Mi 9 flagship

First flagship of 2019.

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Xiaomi has announced the 2019 flagship Mi 9 today. The handset is first in line to be this year’s premium android flagship phone, with specs that could rival last year’s Huawei offering.

The Mi 9 raises the bar for this year’s upcoming Android phones in terms of specs. The 6.39-inch FHD phone is powered by Qualcomm’s first 7nm Snapdragon 855 processor, coupled with either 6GB, 8GB, or 12GB of RAM — that’s absolutely on your preference. Fueling the device is a 3,300mAh battery with Qualcomm’s Quick Charging technology; that’s 27W for wired charging, and 20W for wireless. There’s also an under-the-display fingerprint sensor to use.

Interestingly, the Chinese smartphone maker has made noticeable improvements on the camera front. The Mi 9 carries along a triple-camera setup on the back, and a ‘Dot Drop’ look on the front. On offer is a 48-megapixel camera sensor on the rear, but there’s a catch! It uses Sony IMX586 sensor, which will render the photos you take with a 0.8-micron pixel size at 48 megapixels, and will be a bit noisy. The best you can get from this lens is at 12 megapixels with a 1.6-micron pixel size. DxOMark score for the Mi 9 is 107 points, for the record.

Pricing starts at 2,999 RMB ($446) for the base 6GB/128GB variant, and goes up to 3,999 RMB ($595) for 12GB/256GB configuration. There’s also a middle-tier that will cost you 3,299 RMB ($490) for 8GB/128GB. Availability of the Mi 9 remains in China for now. Given the history Xiaomi has with product launches, International release should take some time.

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Apple’s latest iPhone ad is Bokeh​’d

Did you bokeh my child?

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Apple has posted a new iPhone ad that shows off Portrait Mode Depth Control in action. The ad highlights how you can bokeh and unbokeh photos shot on iPhone even after you’ve captured them.

After a long time, we have seen Apple coming up with such a hilarious ad. In the clip, two parents are having an uncomfortable talk over the use of bokeh in their children’s photo. One blames the other of ignoring Jacob (her child), referring to the blurred effect which we all know as bokeh. You can watch the iPhone ad in full length below.

Depth Control on iPhone XS and iPhone XR lets you adjust the bokeh effect on backgrounds before or after you shoot. So you can turn a cute portrait of two kids into a stunning portrait of one kid.

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Apple acquires digital marketing startup DataTiger

With iPhone sales coming lower than expected, this might actually help.

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Apple has acquired digital marketing startup DataTiger, reports Bloomberg. The report cites a regulatory filing from December that quotes Apple as the controlling body for Operatedata Ltd., the legal name of DataTiger.

DataTiger’s CEO Philip Mohr writes “we’re re-thinking the whole marketing experience,” on LinkedIn.

DataTiger is a set of tools that enables you to build marketing software that puts your data to work. Using DataTiger is the fastest and easiest way to increase retention & monetisation. With our platform you can individually optimize the marketing flows for your customers in real-time across all channels.

DataTiger can be used as an online tool, importing your data and set up user flows in minutes, with all of your data living in the cloud – or it can be fully customized in-house, building your own marketing solution via our APIs + open-source front-end components.

Founded in 2017, DataTiger is relatively a small company, with 2-10 employees, headquartered in the UK. Apple hasn’t disclosed financial terms of the deal yet, however, it should be considered as a small-scale acquistion.

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