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UAE hosts its first-ever social media healthcare summit

A whopping 99.06% of the UAE population is active on social media. With social media becoming an integral part of our lives, healthcare professionals are using social media platforms effectively to engage with patients, share experiences and also creating awareness. To discuss how this social network can be an important health resource, the UAE is holding the first of its kind healthcare social media summit in the region at the Health Sciences on December 9-10. The UAE’s social media usage statistics as per Global Media Insight reveals that a whopping 99.06…

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Apple 

Apple’s new Mac Pro will be available for pre-orders starting 10 Dec

SAN FRANCISCO : Apple’s all-new Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR will be available for pre-orders starting December 10 in the US, according to an email that the iPhone maker has sent out to customers. The email was spotted by popular YouTuber Marques Brownlee on Twitter, The Verge reported. The company first announced the new Mac Pro as well as the Pro Display XDR in June at the annual Worldwide Developers Conference. According to the media reports, the company had originally announced that the Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR would…

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samsung 

Samsung’s Galaxy A51 press renders leak ahead of Dec 12 launch event

The year 2019 has been crazy in terms of smartphone releases and now, it seems like Samsung is going to cap off the present year by launching new smartphones at an event in Vietnam. We know about a few Samsung smartphones that are in the offing – the Galaxy Note 10 Lite, Galaxy S10 Lite and the new flagship Galaxy S11 series. But the news is that the company has confirmed to launch a new Galaxy A-series phone, that is, Galaxy A51. Samsung Vietnam had posted a video announcing the…

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Apple 

Analyst: Apple Could Remove Charging Port from 2021 iPhone

Apple has always tried to forge its own path and develop many of the technologies it incorporates into its products, but that sometimes means ignoring existing standards. The company adopted its custom Lightning connector on mobile devices in 2012, and the industry has come a long way since then. While Apple has moved to USB Type-C on some devices, noted Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims Apple won’t do that with the iPhone. Instead, it will just remove the port altogether. Lightning was a major step forward for Apple back in 2012.…

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Samsung Leak Confirms Surprising New Galaxy Phone

The Samsung Galaxy S10 Lite is coming. Not satisfied with popping up in patents, on online benchmarking, and getting signed off by the FCC, the device has been confirmed by Samsung’s own website. Samsung Galaxy S10+ smartphone is displayed at a telecom shop in Seoul on April 30, 2019. – … [+] AFP/GETTY IMAGES Popping up in the support pages of the website is not confirmation of a release date or availability, but is another important step towards an unveiling, as SamMobile reports: “In France, Samsung is now listing the support pages for the SM-G770F,…

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No, Samsung Galaxy Fold is not getting a discount of Rs 7,000 in India

Samsung Galaxy Fold is not getting a discount in the offline retail stores in India. Earlier this week a report suggested that Samsung’s foldable display smartphone – the Samsung Galaxy Fold – which was launched in India in October this year for Rs 1,64,999 would be getting a discount of Rs 7,000 when purchased via the brick-and-mortar stores in the country. However, Samsung tells us that it is offering no such discount on the purchase of the Samsung Galaxy Fold in India. This means that the Korean electronic giant’s foldable…

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Apple Loop: New iPhone Leaks, Apple’s Missing MacOS Ports, Latest MacBook Pro Problems

Taking a look back at another week of news and headlines from Cupertino, this week’s Apple Loop includes the latest iPhone 12 leaks, weak iPhone 11 sales, secrets of the smart battery case, the iPad steals a MacBook Pro superpower, Apple’s missing ports, the latest MacBook Pro boot problems, a demand for AirPods, and why Apple still dominates podcasting. Apple Loop is here to remind you of a few of the very many discussions that have happened around Apple over the last seven days (and you can read my weekly…

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