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Anyone Need OLED Panels? Poor iPhone X Sales Leave Samsung with Surplus

Samsung Electronics is to slash production at its OLED panel plant in response to customer Apple's decision to reduce output of the iPhone X following weak demand. It means we could see more mid-range Android smartphones with OLED screens in the near future. Unofficially dubbed the iPhone X Plus, the smartphone is believed to keep the overall design of the current model but increase in both physical and screen size, replacing the iPhone 8 Plus in the process.

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Swype Keyboard App for Android, iOS Discontinued by Nuance

Bad news for anyone that's having issues with it on a new phone. Shortly after this, XDA Developers received a statement from Swype's PR department confirming what the Reddit user was told. However over time as more keyboard apps introduced similar features, Swype slowly faded into the background and it looks like it has since been officially discontinued.

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Getty Images Slammed After Google Bows To Pressure Over Image Indexing

Does it tie in with their new multi-year global licensing deal with Getty Images for usage rights within various products and services? If you were upset about the recent removal of the "View Image" button on Google's image search engine, you'll be happy to know a workaround has recently popped up.

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'Annihilation' star Jennifer Jason Leigh responds to whitewashing accusations

In Annihilation , Isaac plays Kane, a soldier who goes missing inside Area X, which is a mysterious phenomenon expanding across the American coastline. Garland himself first addressed the situation on the Nerdist podcast back in December, claiming he only read the first novel and adding, "It would not be in my nature to whitewash anything".

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Mayer wins super-G for speed gold double

Mayer, who won gold in the downhill in the 2014 Olympics at Sochi, was the favorite to repeat on Wednesday but instead crashed into a camera operator. "But today to get the silver medal in a discipline where I was nobody's favorite is better still". If you're an Austrian skier competing in an Olympic super-G event, you might consider mixing in a nasty crash three days before your big race.

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Apple's new HomePod destroys wood furniture, users complain

A few presses later, and the HomePod vacuums up Wi-Fi passwords and Apple Music settings, offers a quick voice-command tutorial, and that's it. If so, that could hamper Apple's efforts to catch up to less expensive internet-connected speakers from Amazon and Google that had a head start in the still nascent market.


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