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Samsung Galaxy Fold 'ready' for launch after screen fix
Samsung Galaxy Fold 'ready' for launch after screen fix

Gaza post- Agencies Samsung's first foldable smartphone will go on sale in September after problems with the device delayed its initial release. The April launch of the Galaxy Fold was postponed after early reviewers reported broken screens.Samsung said it had made "improvements" to the nearly $2,000 (£1,603) device which...More

Facebook kids app flaw let strangers into chats
Facebook kids app flaw let strangers into chats

Gaza Post-Agencies A flaw with Facebook’s app for under-13s meant children came into contact with unapproved strangers, the company has confirmed. Messenger Kids, launched in 2017, was pegged as a safe space for children who were too young to use the “grown-up” version of the social network. The app was meant to only...More

Technique reveals depression of tone voice
Technique reveals depression of tone voice

  Gaza Post/Gaza Researchers at the University of Alberta, Canada, said it is now possible to use artificial intelligence techniques to determine a person's depression by analyzing the tone of his voice during conversation. Researchers Maschura Tasnem and Elena Strollia have developed a new technique based on many algorithms of...More

A new Pokémon Game is on the way
A new Pokémon Game is on the way

Gaza Post-Agencies The Pokémon  cartoons is the favourite for many people for several years , The Pokémon Company is teaming up with Chinese giant Tencent's Timi Studio Group to release yet another new game for the series, it has been confirmed.   No specific details for the game have been shared as of yet,...More

Stay clear of these Google Play Store apps which stalk you
Stay clear of these Google Play Store apps which stalk you

Gaza Post-Agencies Android is the most poplar pieces of software in the world, with it used by more than two billion people each month. Android fans are being warned to stay clear of a number of apps found on the Google Play Store which stalk users of the Google mobile OS.   However Android users are no strangers to security alerts,...More

Huawei says its upcoming OS software won't replace Android
Huawei says its upcoming OS software won't replace Android

Gaza Post-Agencies Huawei is working on deep inside its software labs  Ark OS possibly  or Harmony OS but the company says the operating system it's building is being designed for industrial use rather than as a direct Android replacement.   That's as per the state-backed Xinhua news agency, which reports a Huawei...More

 How  trademark feature stops innovation in Samsung Galaxy Note 10?
How trademark feature stops innovation in Samsung Galaxy Note 10?

Gaza Post-Agencies In the eight years since the Galaxy Note made its debut, expansive screens have become the norm. However, the S Pen stylus remains unique – despite a steady stream of rumours Apple will add Apple Pencil support in a future iPhone model. When you think of the Samsung Galaxy Note series, you probably think of two...More

How to prevent Google from spying on your smartphone?
How to prevent Google from spying on your smartphone?

Gaza Post/Gaza   Google collects data on Android smartphone users for subsequent use in targeted advertising, which is an embarrassment to many. The German magazine "connect" said that the user can prevent Google from spying on his smartphone through the appropriate settings, which can disable synchronization of unused...More

Tips to protect Android phones from viruses
Tips to protect Android phones from viruses

Gaza Post/Gaza   Technology portal "Mobile Zischer.D" recommended the owners of Android phones to download applications exclusively from the store "Google Play", to protect against viruses and malware. There are other alternatives to the Google Play store that are as reliable as the F-Droid store, which offers...More

Google to fix Chrome loophole that gives you away when browsing incongnito
Google to fix Chrome loophole that gives you away when browsing incongnito

Gaza Post-Agencies Google has promised to shut down a loophole in Chrome that allows websites to see when visitors are browsing in Incognito Mode. The change will be introduced in the next update for the popular web browser, which is set to arrive on 30 July.   Google wrote in a blog post  "we want you to be able to access...More

A US senator is demanding an investigation on
A US senator is demanding an investigation on "Face App" for security reasons

Gaza Post/Gaza US Senator Chuck Schumer, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Federal Trade Commission, called for an investigation into national security and privacy concerns on the application of FaceApp, which can change face features in a photograph, an app which is developed by Russia. The application that works on smart phones...More

YouTube returns to Amazon Fire TV
YouTube returns to Amazon Fire TV

Gaza Post/Gaza Amazon has announced the return of the YouTube application to its broadcasters Fire-TV after several years of downtime so that the user can enjoy again all the content on the famous video site.   Amazon explained that YouTube application is back to work again on the units of Flash Fire-TV 4K accuracy, as well as flash...More