• TechPhoto of Why the coronavirus epidemic threatens the new technology industry

    Why the coronavirus epidemic threatens the new technology industry

    In recent weeks, everyone has been talking about the “coronavirus”. If this qualifier actually designates a large family of respiratory infections, it is precisely SARS-CoV-2 that worries the whole world (and Covid-19, the infectious disease which results from it). France is also one of the countries affected by this epidemic. Beyond the disastrous health consequences that the Covid-19 could have in the coming months, many industries are preparing for a difficult 2020 year. Among them is the new technology sector. 01net.com explains why. Slow production The most obvious consequence of the epidemic, the production of smartphones, televisions, computers and…

    Read More »
  • TechPhoto of Google now offers three alternative search engines on Android

    Google now offers three alternative search engines on Android

    Since March 1, 2020, users who will start an Android smartphone for the first time will see a new form appear where they can choose the search engine that will be used by default on the home screen and in the Chrome browser. Besides Google, three other engines will be offered to them: DuckDuckGo, Info.com and Qwant. The order of appearance on the form will be random for each device, just to not favor one over the other. If this choice now exists, it is not because Google suddenly wants to play the card of free and undistorted competition,…

    Read More »
  • TechPhoto of Manufacturing of future iPhones would be hindered by Coronavirus

    Manufacturing of future iPhones would be hindered by Coronavirus

    In an article, Reuters reveals some economic consequences of the coronavirus epidemic. For Apple employees, the impossibility of traveling to China is blocking the development of future iPhones. A few days ago, Apple announced that iPhone production was slowed by the Covid-19 coronavirus epidemic. The Californian brand explained that it expected its quarterly results to drop due to the slowdown in the Chinese economy. Many stores are now closed and only a small number of its partner factories have returned to work, at a slower pace. In an article, Reuters reveals behind the scenes of the relations between Apple…

    Read More »
  • TechPhoto of Samsung Galaxy Buds + review: true wireless headphones smash all-time battery records

    Samsung Galaxy Buds + review: true wireless headphones smash all-time battery records

    The Korean manufacturer is winning in the race for autonomy … but completely misses the level of sound quality offered by the new version of its Galaxy Buds +. A real disappointment. Can Samsung carve out a place in the world of true wireless? On February 11, the Korean manufacturer formalized at the same time as its Galaxy S20 and Z Flip, an improved version of its Galaxy Buds headphones presented in 2019. We were impatiently awaiting it, as the first version had left us hungry, especially in terms of sound quality. Despite the AKG logo affixed to these…

    Read More »
  • TechPhoto of Xperia 1 II: Sony’s 21: 9 smartphone switches to 5G and takes inspiration from its photo hybrids

    Xperia 1 II: Sony’s 21: 9 smartphone switches to 5G and takes inspiration from its photo hybrids

    The cancellation of the MWC in Barcelona will not have been right with Sony announcements on February 24. The Japanese unveils its new flagship. The Xperia 1 II 5G smartphone becomes the most high-end model of the manufacturer. Nostalgia for a 3.5mm jack port found, combined with long-awaited 5G connectivity, this is the recipe chosen by Sony for its new high-end smartphone. The Xperia 1 II 5G (pronounced Mark II, as in the photo) is in line with the huge, lengthy 21: 9 smartphone released last year. It is therefore the first 5G compatible smartphone from the Japanese manufacturer…

    Read More »
  • TechPhoto of Kindle 2019 test: finally the integrated lighting on the cheapest Amazon e-readers

    Kindle 2019 test: finally the integrated lighting on the cheapest Amazon e-readers

    The new Amazon Kindle 2019 corrects the main criticism of the entry-level reader. It is finally adorned with integrated lighting and becomes simply essential on the market of low-cost reading lights. With a reader for less than 80 euros, with front lighting, Amazon is completely revising its entry-level proposal. Previously, this equipment alone was enough to place a reading lamp above 100 euros. But faced with increasingly fierce competition and insistent rumors of Xiaomi’s arrival on the market, the e-commerce giant wanted to take the lead and densify its catalog. Design in the purest Kindle tradition Abduction alert: we…

    Read More »
  • TechPhoto of Test: Chuwi Hi9 Plus, the Android tablet less than 180 euros worth its price

    Test: Chuwi Hi9 Plus, the Android tablet less than 180 euros worth its price

    A high-end Android tablet, the Hi9 Plus from Chinese Chuwi is not an iPad-Killer, but an imperfect tablet not without appeal. Starting with its price. By spreading its range of tablets over a wider spectrum, by stretching its premium approach to the very high-end, from the 12.9-inch iPad Pro to the entry-level iPad updated in March 2018 and sold from 358.40 euros, Apple imposes a strong constraint on its competitors. They have only two choices. Come and rub your products and suffer the comparison. Or exercise their talents in areas not covered by the iPad in the deserted segment…

    Read More »
Back to top button
Close
Close