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Samsung Galaxy S9 focuses on the camera4h Samsung Galaxy S9 focuses on the camera
BBC
New flagship offers super slow-mo videos, less noisy low-light photos and animated selfie emojis.
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Samsung Galaxy S9 hands-on review: A stunning phone with an impressive camera4h Samsung Galaxy S9 hands-on review: A stunning phone with an impressive camera
The Independent
The new handset looks very similar to last year's model, but the more you explore it, the bigger the differences seem
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Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ launched with first dual-aperture camera4h Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ launched with first dual-aperture camera
The Guardian
Revamped all-screen design brings new AR emoji, stereo speakers, new 960fps slow-mo and potentially game-changing camera Samsung has launched its latest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S9, with a familiar all-screen design but its re-invented camera system could be a game-changer.
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Samsung Galaxy S9: Release date, price, camera, specs – everything you need to know4h Samsung Galaxy S9: Release date, price, camera, specs – everything you need to know
The Independent
The company has introduced major camera improvements and a much-needed fingerprint sensor tweak
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Vero down: New app taking on Instagram not working amid huge amounts of interest10h Vero down: New app taking on Instagram not working amid huge amounts of interest
The Independent
The company has spent much of the last few days thanking its early users for their 'understanding and support'
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10h Vero: What is the app that is luring people away from Instagram, and why are users worried about it?
The Independent
The social network appears to be taking off, but the app has been down or not working for much of the time since it did
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Smart speakers: a buyer’s guide12h Smart speakers: a buyer’s guide
The Guardian
They can do everything from playing your favourite tunes to turning on the lights. But which should you get? We test the four leading models
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Wearable tech could help stroke patients with recovery20h Wearable tech could help stroke patients with recovery
BBC
US scientists are developing wearable sensors to speed up the recovery of stroke patients.
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26h Can you have a healthy relationship with your phone? Mindfulness could be the key to stopping technological misery
The Independent
'I don't expect we will be able to magically turn Instagram into a positive mental health platform. But at least it can be less s***'
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33h Apple to move iCloud storage to China, prompting fears over government access to personal data
The Independent
Humans rights campaigners concerned dissidents could be targeted after tech giant caves in to government demands
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Mobile World Congress: Why do smartphones look so alike? 23 Feb 7:01pm Mobile World Congress: Why do smartphones look so alike?
BBC
Smartphone sales are falling - could the fact they increasingly have similar designs be why?
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MWC 2018: Smell-sensing CAT 61 smartphone sniffs out glue 23 Feb 7:00pm MWC 2018: Smell-sensing CAT 61 smartphone sniffs out glue
BBC
A phone that can detect the "smell" of chemicals has been unveiled at Mobile World Congress 2018.
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