Disturbing iPhone Photo

Disturbing iPhone Photo Causes Flight Problems

So there are a lot of iPhone/social media wiseguys out there (that's not a compliment). I think we all know of the 'food licking' challenge on social media. But what I'm talking about is far worse. This disturbing iPhone photo causes flight problems. The flight is Jet Blue Flight 573 from Newark to Tampa. This occurred Sunday July 14. They scheduled take off was for 7:45 am. But those plans changed quickly when somebody sent pictures of suicide vests [...]

The App That Cleans Your Photos

The App That Cleans Your Photos

So have you ever taken a photo with your smartphone? It's 2019, the height of the IT service age, so of course. But then you got all these people in your photos you don't want there. Apparently, there's an app for that now. Here's the app that cleans your photos. They call this app the Bye Bye Camera. This app removes human beings, including yourself, from photos you take with your smartphone. The organization behind this is Do Something [...]

Introducing the Foldable Laptop

Introducing The Foldable Laptop Despite Foldable Phone

So the foldable phone is supposed to be the next IT service big thing. But it's not looking good. Huawei's trade war and Galaxy Ford's issues keep getting in the way. Despite these setbacks, computer companies are moving on. Introducing the foldable laptop despite phone. Because now, Lenovo shows off it's ThinkPad X1. Their foldable display can make this thing look more like a tablet than a PC laptop. Yes, it's 13.3 inches, but once you fold it, the [...]

Apple and Google CEO's Lose Favor

Google CEO Sounds Off on Apple.

So Google CEO Sundar Pichai wrote quite an article for the New York Times. It criticized Apple for using something we all crave and need...privacy. This Google CEO sounds off on Apple. So let me explain. Pichai criticized Apple for selling privacy protection as a luxury item. This stems from new...ahem...budget smartphones from Apple and Google/Android. Because both offer privacy features. However, the Google smartphone starts at $399. But the new Apple one cost $749, almost twice as much. [...]

Uber adn Lyft Threaten Strike

Uber and Lyft Drivers Threaten Strike

So, do you take Uber or Lyft to and from work every day? Then you should start looking for other ways to get there. Because Uber and Lyft drivers threaten strike. Yes, drivers are planning on striking this weekend. The reason in because of low pay and poor working conditions, according to the IPO filing. Also, drivers demand better pay, better job security, and better proceeds. For example, they want 80-85% of proceeds to go to the driver. So [...]

New York City Teenager

New York City Teenager Files Lawsuit Against Apple

So a New York City teenager files lawsuit against Apple. At the heart of this fight is Apple's facial recognition. The young man is sewing for $1 billion. So the young man's name is Ousmane Bah, and he is 18. His lawsuit says Apple's facial recognition made him a target of false accusations. The suit also says that last year, a Boston court summoned him on theft charges. The summons claimed he stole over $1,200 worth of Apple products. [...]

Is The Samsung Galaxy Fold Worth $2,000?

Is the Samsung Galaxy Fold Worth $2,000?

So several times now, I talked about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Fold phone. This could be a revolutionary event in the smartphone and IT service game. Or it could be the biggest flop since 2013's Google Glass. But let me ask you. Is the Samsung Galaxy Fold worth $2,000? So yes, it's here and it's available now. Off the bat, this mammoth has 12 gigs of RAM and 512 and six cameras. That's enough to literally, hold data on a [...]

Samsung Galaxy S10 Fingerprint Breach

Samsung Galaxy S10 Fingerprint Breach

So, many people think fingerprint technology guarantees them security on their smartphones. It doesn't. Look at the Samusung Galaxy S10 fingerprint breach. So this new smartphone is supposed to lead the world in crypto IT service. Some in the IT support community said this phone is totally hack-proof. But it isn't. Because according to this telling video, anyone with determination can break into the allegedly super-secure fingerprint scanner. Then, they can get all your 'crypto' info, even what's in [...]

Huawei vs USA Part Two

Huawei vs USA Part Two. The Lawsuit

So round one of Chinese smartphone giant Huawei vs the US government actually took place in Barcelona, Spain. This showed up at the last Mobile World Congress. It's not over yet. In fact, it's moving to this country. This is Huawei vs USA part two. The lawsuit. So now, Huawei sues the US government, claiming the USA is limiting them on doing business. The Chinese smartphone firm claims what they're doing is unconstitutional. Their lawsuit complains about import tariffs the Feds [...]

Samsung Galaxy S10

Introducing the Samsung Galaxy S10

So let's start by wishing the Samsung Galaxy franchise a happy 10th anniversary. However, look at how they celebrate. They do so by introducing the Samsung Galaxy S10. The size doesn't change much. This one is 6.4 inches, not that different from old Samsung Galaxys. But here is a huge difference: under display fingerprint technology. They say this is even more secure that facial recognition. Because this uses Qualcomm 3D Sonic Sensor to check your unique pores of your fingertip. [...]

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