Oppo Find X2 will feature the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC and a QHD+ display with 120Hz refresh rate support. Other rumoured specifications include a 6.5-inch AMOLED display with a layer of Gorilla Glass 6 on top. The device is expected to come with 8GB RAM and 256GB UFS 3.0 internal memory. There were speculations that the 4,065 mAh battery would feature support for 30W wireless fast charging and 65W wired fast charging. … [Read more...] about Oppo Find X2 launch date rescheduled to March 6: Report
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It’s an increasingly common scene on the jumbotron at major sporting events: a row of spectators, all staring enrapt—at their phones. It’s a sight that architect Bill Johnson, a design principal at HOK who works on large-scale sports and entertainment venues, struggles with constantly. “The reality is, you might be watching a replay or you might be watching the game on your phone,” he said, but acknowledged that the optics are not good: to most people, this looks like a group of people whose minds are far away from the action on the field. … [Read more...] about Stadiums, smartphones, and the future of fun
While MWC 2020 may have been called off because of the coronavirus outbreak, but this hasn't stopped February from being a mega-month for smartphones. Samsung and Xiaomi have unveiled their flagship smartphones, while Realme, Vivo, iQOO, Oppo, and Huawei are gearing up to follow suit. The latest comes from China's biggest smartphone player’s camp. … [Read more...] about Huawei could take the lid off P40 series and Mate Xs during February 24 launch event
For the medical industry, the annual JP Morgan Healthcare Conference is like the Super Bowl. Last week, an embarrassment of blue-suited entrepreneurs, insurance executives, and lobbyists descended on the Westin St. Francis hotel in downtown San Francisco to hobnob, trade business cards, and watch panels of experts discuss the inner workings of America’s $4 trillion healthcare-industrial complex. Despite the upcoming election and a certain fervor around a single-payer nationalized health insurance plan, the main conference hall displayed no signs of anxiety. While voters may be torn between upgrading a broken healthcare system or replacing it with Medicare for All, the healthcare industry seems certain about where the future is headed. What does that mean for patients? They’ll have to navigate an increasingly complex system as they try to find care that is both affordable and high quality. … [Read more...] about Can high-tech capitalism fix the healthcare industry?
The report, prepared with Goldsmiths? Centre for Research Architecture, in London and the attorney Michael Sfard, supports claims that soldiers fired tear-gas grenades directly at protesters, fatally wounding 30-year-old Bassem Abu-Rahmeh. Originally, soldiers contended — and authorities believed — that the death was accidental. Now, after reading Situ’s report, Israel’s judge advocate general has ordered an official investigation, according to the human-rights group B’Tselem, which cosponsored the report. … [Read more...] about Architects Use 3-D Tools to Uncover a Murder