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Earlier this month, Microsoft announced the new products that will be released throughout the holiday season and talked about their plans for their new Surface Duo phone, set to be released next year.

With a promise to deliver a higher quality product than Apple’s current MacBooks, Microsoft’s annual hardware event saw a total of seven new products in development:

  • Surface Laptop 3: It uses Intel’s latest 10th generation processor, said to be 3x more powerful than a MacBook Air. It also charges up to 80% in less than an hour and its made out of aluminum with a larger trackpad than its predecessor. It comes in 13.5-inch and 15-inch sizes.

  • Surface Pro X: It features a 13-inch tablet with a detachable keyboard. This elegant device is very light and runs on the Qualcomm chip which has 7W of power.

  • Surface Pro 7: While similar in appearance to last year’s moder, this tablet/laptop hybrid has a new USB-C port and improved microphones. It can also charge up to 90A% in one hour and runs on Intel’s 10th generation chip as well.

  • Surface Earbuds: A direct competition to Apple’s AirPods, these headphones offer 24 hours of battery life and can be controlled by gestures to play, pause, skip or change the volume.

For next year, we shall keep our eyes open for the upcoming foldable Surface Duo phone with two screens which runs on Android. It will feature two 5.6 inch displays and has a 360-degree hinge. Also the Surface Neo, a two-screened laptop which will also run on Google’s Android operating system -rather than Microsoft Windows- shows that Microsoft is aiming towards mobile and cloud-based products for their future!

What’s going on with everyone’s favorite Apple?

Last week, the tech giant hosted this year’s big “By Innovation Only” event on Sept 10 and unveiled the new generation of iPhones - the 11, 11 Pro and 11Pro Max, a new iPad and the Apple Watch Series 5.

So, what’s new?

All three of Apple’s new iPhones will be available on September 20, and will start at $699 for an iPhone 11 64 GB model. It features a 6.1-inch Liquid Crystal Display, the A13 bionic chipset and 12-megapixel dual cameras on the back. The 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max versions feature three cameras on the back and also include a fast 18-watt power brick charger. The 11 Pro starts at $999 for the 64 GB version and the 11 Pro Max at $1099.

Can I afford any of this?

Yes, you can. Starting at $329, the seventh generation iPad is the most affordable to date and features a 10.2-inch retina display, the advanced A10 Fusion chip and a modern camera and sensors, plus an all-day battery life. This gadget will be available in stores and online on September 30.

What about my time-telling machine?

The all-new Apple Watch Series 5 brings a larger screen and features an always-on display. This won’t eat up your battery, though, as Apple says you can expect an 18-hour charge. The Series 5 is starting at $499 on September 20.

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Finally, Samsung flip-phone fans get an official unveil date of the long-awaited W2019. The W-phones are flagship flip-phones for the South Korean electronics company and while the availability of these phones is usually limited to China and Korea, the official word from Samsung is that the W2019 will be released on November 9th with hopes of it being released elsewhere in the world before the year ends.

Specs

According to the latest news about the specs of the W2019, this Samsung phone should feature a USB-C port, a Bixby button, no headphone jack, a Galaxy S10-like dual-camera setup, two 4.2-inch Super AMOLED displays, a Snapdragon 845 chip with 6GB of RAM and a 3,000mAh battery.

Price & Look

The launch will be a China exclusive event held on November 9th but we already know that the price shouldn’t be less than $2,000. Plus, given the invitation, the W2019 flip-phone should come in a red and blue version along with the rose gold that’s been leaked already on the Internet.

 

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It’s hard to think that a device that plays such an important role in modern everyday life could be considered an addiction. The truth is that around 60 to 70 per cent of smartphone owners describe themselves as “too reliant” on them, and the average adult spends approximately from 2 to 4 hours on their smartphone every day.

From drivers using phones behind the wheel and an increase in injuries on pedestrians related to their mobiles to it impacting their social life and even mental health, smartphone addiction is a very real issue. It can also worsen our concentration, as frequent distraction from our smartphones affects the capability of the brain to maintain a longer focus in any activity.

Don’t get hooked! Social Media apps are designed to produce short-term, dopamine-driven loops on their users, so they can crave them at any time and any place. Social media stimulates the brain’s pleasure centers as much as what food and sex do. This can be especially valuable for social media platforms, as they can sell advertisers the attention of millions of people.

While there is nothing inherently addictive about mobile phones, potentially being in contact with 2 billion people around the world, and thousands of games and movies being at the reach of a person’s pocket can create a strong attachment between the owner and the smartphone. Increased levels of smartphone use can ultimately relate to anxiety and depression, poor sleep quality and risk or car accidents.

Shock! Horror! It’s time to stop and think just how much time we actually spend on our smartphones. Stop for a second there and enjoy the greenery!

Best Gadgets of 2018 Mid Year

Technology: it’s what seems to keep the world turning. One could argue it’s love, but let’s face it; technology is a big deal in our every day lives too. With every passing year, technology just seems to keep getting better and edgier; at times it even seems a little scary. But if it weren’t for technology, where would we be? Communicating with our loved ones wouldn’t be as immediate and buying plane tickets would depend on a physical trip to the travel agency. Long gone are the days when we had to go to a saloon or a brick and mortar casino to place bets on our favorite games. Now, it seems, the world is truly in the palm of our hands. And 2018 has continued to impress with the many technological advances we’ve seen thus far with some of the most interesting and cutting-edge gadgets ever.

The iPhone X as well as the Google Pixel 2 were released in 2018 and have already become two of the most superb models on the market this year. While they run on opposite operating systems, iOS and Android, both have proved to be fantastic devices with outstanding graphic features perfect for photography and gaming.

When we’re not talking about phones in the technological era, here come the home devices such as Google Home and the Amazon Echo. These so-called voice activated assistants aim to make everyday life easier and more entertaining. You can schedule appointments, play your favorite tunes in one single voice command, program reminders and much more – and in the near future, these devices might just do laundry for you, too!

Technology has also come a long ways in the gaming area with devices such as the Nintendo Switch and the Sony PlayStation 4. Both are fantastic for kids as well as grow-ups, with an unbelievable range of games that help make gaming as realistic as possible without getting into Augmented Reality.

With 6 months more to go this 2018, we can only imagine what more interesting and powerful techy devices will come out. Perhaps a device that helps us get to our jobs faster without having to use cars or public transportation. Teleportation? Sounds like a plan!

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