Samsung sold the most smartphones in 2019

Analysts from Counterpoint Research, Canalys and Strategy Analytics have published their annual smartphone sales reports. Individual results differ, but the positions in the ranking match. For the second time in a row, global sales of smartphones were lower (1.48 billion units) than a year ago (1.50 billion units). This may mean that the market is […]

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Elon Musk – this time as a singer

A composer, inventor, constructor, visionary – in a word, a Renaissance man, or rather a man-orchestra. The ideas of Elon Musk are surprising, but ultimately, who will prohibit a rich man to record and publish an average song, since Tesla's shares are rising. Elon Musk is no longer just a designer and visionary. The millionaire […]

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Rustler: Medieval GTA landed on Kickstarter

"Rustler" is an action game with a top view, offering an open world and inspired by old, good gameplay in the style of GTA 2. The Polish studio Jutsu Games, which previously released "911 Operator", is responsible for production. Rustler article: Medieval GTA landed on Kickstarter comes from allthingsblogging.com.

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Unicode showed a set of new emoji

The new batch of 117 symbols includes, among others symbols depicting men in wedding dresses and gender-neutral Santa Claus. But the set also includes graphics depicting a polar bear and a lung symbol. Unicode showed a set of 117 new emoji. In addition to the polar bear, there are also symbols depicting hugging people, Ninja […]

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PESEL should be protected at all costs

Our data is circulating in the network whether we like it or not. Addresses, account numbers, email addresses, tax identification numbers, and even credit card numbers. For the puzzles needed to assemble them into the full picture of a specific person, only the PESEL number is missing. With all this data, anyone can go online, […]

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How Microsoft was surprised in 2010

Former head of the Microsoft branch of devices, he tells how Apple completely surprised his company with the launch of the iPad and why it happened. Steven Sinofsky, who in 2010 managed the division of Microsoft devices on the occasion of the upcoming tenth anniversary of the launch of the iPad decided to tell the […]

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