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According to the latest reports and rumours coming from South Korea, the South Korean giant Samsung could advance the presentation of the Galaxy S10 to the month of January and would announce its folding mobile at MWC 2019

According to the rumours coming from South Korea, Samsung could advance the presentation of the Galaxy S10 to the month of January and would announce its folding mobile at MWC 2019.

This is stated by the sources of The Bell, who point out that with this movement the company intends, on the one hand, to anticipate the competition, and on the other to prevent its flagship products from dismantling each other.

Therefore, the calendar of presentations of new smartphones of Samsung for next year would be as follows: the launch of the Galaxy S10 would occur at CES 2019 in Las Vegas, which is celebrated between 8 and 11 January, while the announcement of the folding phone, popularly known as Galaxy X, would take place at the MWC in Barcelona from February 25 to 28.

It is still early to know the details of both terminals, although rumours have already been advancing some of the features that we could find in Samsung smartphones by 2019. The Samsung Galaxy S10 said it could integrate the fingerprint reader under the screen and 3D facial recognition, as well as a 5.8-inch Infinity Display for the S10 and 6.3 inches for the S10+. In addition, The Bell leaked yesterday the possible code name of the device, which would be “Beyond”.

As for the Galaxy X, Samsung’s folding mobile phone, the latest rumours indicated that the final design could be ready for next June. In its new report, The Bell reveals that the code name of this device is “Winner”, which replaces Valley, which was the name that the project received internally when it was launched there in 2015. Industry sources indicate that parts for the terminal would start arriving in November.

At the moment there is nothing firm and the South Korean giant Samsung has not made any confirmation, so we will have to wait to know if the date of presentation of the Galaxy S10 is going to advance and if finally, the folding mobile will be a reality at the beginning of next year.

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Domain names are Web addresses that tell visitors where to find your online business. Yet did you know that domain names are also one of the most powerful tools used to build successful online businesses?

1. Registering Alternate Domain Name Extensions

Choosing a memorable, relevant domain name is only the beginning. In order for your domain name to really go to work for your business, it will need to help you attract visitors and search engines alike while also supporting your brand. Network Solutions Domain Name Scorecard is an online quiz that’s designed to help you determine how well your domain name is performing — and help you find ways to improve it. This quick, informative quiz addresses the six key areas of domain name registration, including:

2. Registering Domain Names to Protect Your Brand

Why stop at registering a domain name such as janesbagels.com when registering multiple extensions – such as janesbagels.net and janesbagels.org – can help you capture a wider audience? When visitors arrive at the alternate extension domains, you can redirect them to your website.

3. Registering Descriptive Domain Names

A visitor may intend to visit janesbagels.com, but mistakenly type jansbagels.com instead. By anticipating these typing errors and registering them as domain names, you can catch visitors before they are led astray by a competitor who may use the same strategy to lure your visitors to their own site.

Registering domain names that describe your products and/or services is another helpful domain name strategy. In the example janesbagels.com, relevant descriptive domains may include references to breakfast or catering. Adding a geographic element, such as a city name, is also a good way for local businesses to capture visitors in their immediate area.

4. Extending Your Domain Registration Term

While many people renew their domain name registration annually, it is possible to renew for an extended term. This option, along with auto-renewal services, can help you avoid losing your domain name due to forgetfulness. Also, search engines may view a long-term domain name commitment favorably when indexing your site.

5. Electing Private Domain Registration

In today’s world, private domain registration is more of a necessity than a luxury. Yet many continue to neglect this critical component of domain name registration. For a small monthly fee, private domain registration can keep your personal contact information out of the WHOIS database, where it is available to the public through a simple domain search.

6. Securing Your Domain Name Registration

By locking your domain name, you protect it from both unauthorized activity and human error – your own. When your domain is locked, a third party cannot transfer your domain to a different registrar without your consent. Domain locking also prevents you from making accidental changes to your domain name servers, which can disrupt your website and business email.

In as little as 30 seconds, Network Solutions’ Domain Name Scorecard quiz can give you an overall score based on your domain name’s rating in these six key areas. You can then use this information to unlock your domain name’s full potential as a business building tool.

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Facebook has lost $119 billion off its market value.

It was the company’s worst trading day since going public in 2012, and among the biggest one-day losses of market value in U.S. stock market history.

The loss came a day after Facebook revealed that its user base and revenue grew more slowly than expected in the second quarter as it grappled with privacy issues.Those revelations stunned investors, who believed the company had weathered the recent scandal over users’ privacy and pushed the stock to an all-time high Wednesday of $217.50

 

In midday trading Thursday, the company’s market value , fell by more than $122 billion.

That means that in one day, just the decline in Facebook’s market value is roughly the entire market value of McDonald’s or Nike, give or take a few billion.

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Tech giant Google says it has launched its free Wi-Fi service for Nigerians, the Google Station, in Ikeja, Lekki and other parts of Lagos.

Juliet Ehimuan-Chiazor, Google’s Nigeria Country Director, stated this in Lagos on Thursday at the second Google for Nigeria event.

“It is live in some locations already like the MMA 2, Ikeja City Mall, The Palms Lekki, Computer Village and the University of Lagos (UNILAG),” Channels Television quoted her as saying.

She also stated that Google is open to collaborations with partners within the telecoms space, adding that it has already launched the Google Station with Nigeria’s largest fibre network providers, 21st Century.

“We are launching Google Station in Nigeria and we are open to working with partners within the telecoms space; telecom operators and ISPs,” she said. “We’re kicking it off with a partnership with 21st Century to launch Google Station in Lagos.”

Ehimuan-Chiazor added that by the end of 2019, the free Wi-Fi service would have been launched in 200 locations in five cities across Nigeria.

She also revealed Google was launching a search experience in Nigeria that allows users to explore health conditions based on symptoms, as well as recipe search for anyone who needs a little food inspiration.

The company said the developments are aimed at helping more Nigerians and Africans benefit from the opportunities available on the web.

Listing some of its other achievements, the company said it has trained over 2.5 million of the 10 million Africans it had promised to train by 2022, under its Digital Skills Programme.

It also said it has trained 9,000 Africans in mobile app development, adding that the Launchpad Accelerator Africa initiative graduated 12 promising startups from across the continent in June.

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