BlackBerry and TCL will end their handset partnership in August 2020
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BlackBerry and TCL will end their handset partnership in August 2020

Big changes are ahead for BlackBerry and TCL as the smartphone market continues to see slowing growth. The pair announced today that they would end their four-year brand licensing and tech support partnership in August 2020, with TCL ceasing to make new models of BlackBerry handsets after then. TCL — which has only a 1% share of the whole smartphone market today — will continue to support models that are already in the market until August 31, 2022. “We… regret to share… that as of August 31, 2020, TCL Communication…

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Evernote- Best Notes Apps Android
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5 Best Notes Apps without Ad for Android

Gone are the days when people used to carry around a notepad to log down things they want to remember. All the work, including taking notes or adding to-do lists, can now be done on smartphones with ease. However, when it comes to note-taking apps, there are hundreds of options available in the market, which makes it quite difficult choosing one. Therefore, we are here with a list of five best Notes apps for Android that are completely ad-free and available on the Play Store. Best Ad-Free Notes Apps for…

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Canon EOS M6 Mark II initial review: Mirrorless evolution
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Canon EOS M6 Mark II initial review: Mirrorless evolution

It’s been interesting to watch Canon’s approach to the mirrorless market: from the early days its EOS M series cameras failed to impress us, while in 2018 it launched a brand new full-frame series, the EOS R. Learning from its early weaknesses in the M line-up, however, has seen the company evolve its offerings, with the M6 Mark II expanding its design for easier use. That’s not all, though. For 2019 Canon is going all-in when it comes to resolution, with the M6 MkII packing in the same 32.5-megapixel CMOS…

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This ultrasonic gripper could let robots hold things without touching them
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This ultrasonic gripper could let robots hold things without touching them

If robots are to help out in places like hospitals and phone repair shops, they’re going to need a light touch. And what’s lighter than not touching at all? Researchers have created a gripper that uses ultrasonics to suspend an object in midair, potentially making it suitable for the most delicate tasks. It’s done with an array of tiny speakers that emit sound at very carefully controlled frequencies and volumes. These produce a sort of standing pressure wave that can hold an object up or, if the pressure is coming…

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