As many of you are probably aware, we’re about to see quite a few foldable smartphones released in 2019, and even though only Royole’s offering launched up until now, I do believe that you will want to stay away from foldable devices altogether in 2019. Why is that? Well, there’s a good chance that neither of the devices that become available this year will be worth the asking price, and there are a number of reasons why, many of which will probably stick around for many years to come. We will talk more about those reasons in this article, even though neither of them will stop some of you from getting what Samsung, LG, OPPO, Huawei, or any other company plans to release, as it’s hard to argue that those phones will be unique, and quite innovative. Before we get into it, it’s worth saying that quite a few smartphones manufacturers already confirmed that they’re planning to release a foldable smartphone in 2019. Samsung showed off its demo device at … [Read more...] about Foldable Smartphones In 2019 Will Not Be Worth Your Hard-Earned Money
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Drew Costley Published 1:36 pm PDT, Saturday, October 6, 2018 Albert the mural painting robot paints a test print of a digital image designed after brainwave data on human communication. Albert the mural painting robot paints a test print of a digital image designed after brainwave data on human communication. Photo: Drew Costley/SFGATE Mihkel Joala, the inventor of the mural painting robot Albert, stands in front of a mural in San Francisco. Mihkel Joala, the inventor of the mural painting robot Albert, stands in front of a mural in San Francisco. Photo: Drew Costley/SFGATE Mihkel Joala fixes Albert, a robot that paints murals, during a test print. Mihkel Joala fixes Albert, a robot that paints murals, during a test print. Photo: Drew Costley/SFGATE Two members of the … [Read more...] about Bay Area company invents robot that paints giant murals on the sides of buildings
Joe Perticone, provided by Published 3:18 pm, Wednesday, June 13, 2018 Shannon Finney/Getty Images for Capitol File Former aides and officials from the Trump administration are finding new value stumping for Republican candidates, from the establishment wing to the fringes of the party. Having worked for Trump is a valuable commodity in a political climate where allegiance to the president is becoming a paramount issue for most Republicans. After being fired or leaving on their own accord, former officials and aides in the Trump administration are finding a new life as key figures on the campaign trail for candidates who need to run on one of the most important pillars of the Republican Party: loyalty to Donald J. Trump. There is no small list of individuals who started with Trump either during his 2016 presidential campaign or in the early days of the new administration who are no longer working for the commander in chief. Despite the internal turmoil, many are … [Read more...] about GOP candidates are hitting the trail with an all-star cast of former Trump aides as his grip on the party is more intense than ever
(Image courtesy Amelia Holowaty Krales, The Verge) OnePlus at a flashy media event last week in London unveiled its new OnePlus 6, a premium handset that starts at $529. The device goes on sale from today at select pop-up stores around the globe ahead of a general rollout tomorrow. It’s reasonably priced as far as today’s high-end flagships go yet in a market that’s also flooded with entry-level gems, it can just as easily be viewed as being a bit pricey. Does OnePlus’ latest represent a solid value? What’s improved over the last model? More importantly, should you drop your hard-earned money on the OnePlus 6 or take your business elsewhere? To answer those questions and more, we turn to the first round of reviews hitting the web today. The TL:DR summary from Dan Seifert with The Verge: Here’s what the OnePlus 6 has going for it: a bigger screen, a refreshed and modernized design, the latest processor from Qualcomm, upgraded cellular capabilities, … [Read more...] about OnePlus 6 reviews hit the web: Is it worth your hard-earned money?
Tanza Loudenback, provided by Published 4:00 am, Saturday, May 12, 2018 Airbnb Buying a rental property is a good way to earn passive income and build wealth. Some American real estate investors prefer to keep their portfolio local, but you can also earn money as a landlord if buy rental property abroad. The three best countries to buy rental property outside the US are the Philippines, UAE, and Costa Rica. Buying a rental property is a wise way to earn passive income. As a landlord, you're getting paid to own something, rather than paying to own it. The mortgage is often covered by rental income from tenants, and if you play your cards right you'll profit after covering insurance, taxes, and maintenance costs. LATEST BUSINESS VIDEOS Now Playing: Now Playing Drones are Being Used to Restore the Great Wall of China Buzz 60 Should You Save for Retirement or Pay Down Debt? Money Talks News These Companies are Blockchain Superstars Fortune Old Planes New … [Read more...] about The 25 best countries to buy rental property and make money on the side