The impact of smart phones on children's mental health

Children who spend more than two hours daily in social media are depressed and anxious.

In Britain, more than 40 percent of boys under the age of 11 have smart phones, but a recent survey has confirmed that 67 parents will support any government decision that legally determines the age at which their children can own a smartphone.

Preliminary specifications of the Galaxy phone "Notot 9"

Samsung posted a video clip of its Galaxy Note 9, but immediately pulled it out of its website.

These specifications have been identified:

Stylish design

3.5 mm headphone jack.

Yellow touch pen

The fingerprint sensor is placed under the dual rear camera.

A number of users have expressed concern about transferring the sensor fingerprint to the back of the phone due to difficult access, especially for the left user.

Last year, Samsung introduced the Galaxy Note 8 for less than $ 900, but the memory capacity of the device did not exceed 64 GB.

However, Samsung plans to raise the price of the phone "Galaxy Note 9" to unprecedented levels, which will put an obstacle to the sale.

Samsung will sell the phone from $ 1230 in Europe for 128 GB, and the 512 GB of memory will cost $ 1460.

"Honore View 10" light version of the phone "Huawei P20"

Honor Phone Features "View 10":

A body made of sparkling metal and the front and back side of the glass.

5.8-inch IPS screen with 2280 x 1080 pixels resolution.

"Apple" will offer for the iPhone SE 2, the most expensive price

Apple may announce the new phone for the iPhone SE 2 at Apple's global developer conference in California, according to the British newspaper Express.

For iPhone SE 2 will be cheap, and Apple seeks to target a new segment of smartphone users, especially after the iPhone "iPhone X" criticized for the high price.

Wait for Pixel 3 phones from Google

Google will launch the third generation of its Pixel 3 smartphones, including a model with an almost edge-to-edge screen, according to a new Bloomberg report based on its sources' comments.

The company plans to launch at least two models of the phone. These devices are likely to be called Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL. The larger handset is designed with a semi-complete edge-to-edge screen, except for a thicker underside on the phone. The top edge of the front, while the smaller model looks similar to last year's Pixel 2 phone, so it will not include a bump or screen extending from edge to edge.

HTC launches its U12 Plus with 24 premium features

HTC launched its flagship U-12 Plus, the first flagship smartphone with a dual-camera since the company introduced the One M8 phone.

The new phone has 24 distinct specifications, the most important of which are:

The latest processors of Qualcomm "Snape Dragon 845" eight-core, and the graphics processing unit Adreno 630.

Apple: a serious problem in the "iPhone X"

Apple has admitted to a serious problem with its new iPhone X phone, where it sent a document to authorized retailers identifying what to do when customers face problems with face recognition technology.

A number of customers expressed anger at the fact that the property, on which Apple was building, had not set high hopes for stronger protection.

Users post topics on forums and technical sites where they assert that the feature is not always able to recognize the face.

US investigation with Huawei of China

The US authorities are investigating China's Huawei Technologies for violating sanctions against Iran, where Huawei is alleged to have shipped US products to Iran and other countries in violation of US export and sanctions laws.

News of the Justice Department investigation follows a series of US measures aimed at halting or reducing Huawei's and ZTE's access to the US economy amid accusations that the two companies may be using their technology to spy on Americans.

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