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In the news … Friday, June 21, 2019

Forget the iPhone 11 and Pixel 4, the smartphone display we want is coming next week

The second half of the year will bring us a bunch of exciting high-end smartphones, including the Galaxy Note 10, iPhone 11, Pixel 4, Huawei Mate 30 Pro, and OnePlus 7T. We already have an idea of how some of them will look, especially the first three in the list thanks to a large number of leaks, and it’s unlikely that any of them will deliver the smartphone design we all want. However, that no-compromise screen tech will be unveiled as soon as next week by a smartphone maker from China.


Apple Struggles To Find Quick Fix For Major iPhone Problem

Countless smartphone manufacturers will be releasing 5G handsets this year alongside the launch of the 5G networks, but Apple will be late to the party. If you want the latest and greatest, the iPhone is not for you.


Strategy talk: How strategy differs for nonprofits

Many leaders of nonprofits think that strategy is for profit-seeking businesses, not mission-oriented enterprises. But consider the following excerpts from actual mission statements of organizations that are seeking to:


Israeli tech company says it can unlock all iPhones ever made, some Androids

Cellebrite, believed to be the company hired by the FBI to hack into San Bernardino killer’s phone in 2016, has faced criticism for hiding phones’ vulnerabilities from Apple


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