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Reuters TechnologyDec 10, 2018
China ruling could ban some Apple iPhones sales amid Qualcomm fight
Chip supplier Qualcomm Inc on Monday said it had won a preliminary order from a Chinese court banning the sale of several older Apple Inc iPhone models in China due to two patent violations around software features, though Apple said its phones remain available in the country.

PC World Latest NewsDec 10, 2018
The new Samsung A8s could be our first look at the Galaxy S10's notchless 'hole-punch' display
If you've been following along with the Galaxy S10 rumors, then you know Samsung is planning something very different for its 2019 flagship: A display with a hole in the front rather than a notch. And we may have just gotten our first look at it.

Samsung has taken the wraps off the Galaxy A8s, a mid-range China-only phone that's likely to cost hundreds of dollars less than the Galaxy S10. However, the two phones might not look too much different: the A8s is the first phone to feature Samsung's new Infinity-O display, a near-edge-to-edge screen that has a small hole in the right corner for the selfie camera, rather than a notch. At 6.4 inches, it has a bigger screen than the 6.2-inch Galaxy S9 but without the bulk of a camera-hiding strip above the screen.

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PC World Latest NewsDec 10, 2018
Intel vs. Snapdragon: We test HP's Envy x2 with both on speed, battery life and more
We just spent a week hearing about the future of Qualcomm's PC chips. Now it's time to return to the present. Until the Snapdragon 8cx comes out around Q3 2019, the battle of Intel vs. Snapdragon is being played out in stores and online, with the scrappy Snapdragon 835 and 850 facing a small army of Intel mobile CPUs.

Should you buy a laptop with a tried-and-true Intel chip, or an upstart from mobile leader Qualcomm? While it's generally accepted that the Intel chips offer better performance, and the Snapdragon chips offer better battery life, we had a unique opportunity to dive deep into the differences when we tested two versions of HP's Envy x2: one with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835, the other with Intel's 7th-gen, low-power, Core i5-7Y54. Both are shipping products still being actively sold by HP today.

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Computer World Security NewsDec 06, 2018
5 handy Google Fi features you shouldn't forget
Got Fi? Google's unusual wireless service may have shifted its name from Project Fi to Google Fi this fall, but its core proposition remains the same: Pay only for the data you use, and avoid all the traditional carrier gotchas and nonsense.

For the right kind of person, especially among those of us on Android, Fi can be a real cost- and hassle-saver. And aside from its most prominently promoted perks — the seamless network-switching, the public Wi-Fi use, the fee-free roaming and hotspot capabilities, and so on — Fi has some pretty interesting out-of-the-way options that can really elevate your experience.

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