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The rise, fall and return of the smartphone megapixel race

Sony recently unveiled a smartphone camera sensor with the highest resolution yet, a jaw-dropping 48 megapixels. That's more than the resolution of its $3,000, 42.4-megapixel A7R III mirrorless camera, which has a sensor eight times larger. It sounds… Source: Engadget | The rise, fall and return of the smartphone megapixel race

Huawei Targets 200 Million Phone Sales Globally in 2018, Closing in on Apple

Chinese mobile maker Huawei expects to ship 200 million smartphones globally by the end of the year, bringing it within range of Apple as the second-largest vendor worldwide behind Samsung (via The South China Morning Post). The target was announced by mobile chief Richard Yu Chengdong as the Chinese company launched the latest additions to …

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Data-stealing router malware bypasses web encryption

A recently discovered strain of router malware appears to be much worse than thought. Cisco Talos has learned that VPNFilter can not only render devices unusable, but can bypass the SSL encryption you often see on the web. A module in the malware i… Source: Engadget | Data-stealing router malware bypasses web encryption

After dropping $18,000 worth of phones, these are the toughest

We all know that feeling. You're walking along the street, answering a text message, when someone bumps you, and your phone goes flying onto the concrete. Will your phone hold up, or will it crack under the pressure? Source: Engadget | After dropping ,000 worth of phones, these are the toughest

Apple Facing Struggle to Convince Chinese Smartphone Users to Switch Allegiance [Updated]

Apple is facing an uphill struggle in its attempts to wean Chinese smartphone users off cheaper rival devices in a saturated mobile market, according to a new Bloomberg report. With Apple gearing up to sell its most ambitious but most expensive iPhone yet, local competitors like Huawei, Oppo, and Xiaomi are already poised to compete …

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Apple May Briefly Drop to World's Third Largest Smartphone Maker For First Time Since 2011

Chinese company Huawei will likely become the world’s second largest smartphone maker in the third quarter, based on shipments from July through September, according to Taiwanese publication DigiTimes. The report, citing sources from Taiwan’s handset supply chain, said sales of Huawei’s high-end smartphones like the P10 and Mate 9, as well as its more affordable …

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