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Samsung Galaxy Fold: A Smart Phone or A TV Remote?

This week The South Korea electronics company has revealed Samsung Fold to media. Bloggers and YouTubers have got their hands on the device but it is not yet released for customers. The phone comes with novel technology, a foldable screen. Although it is a huge move to make smartphones smarter but customers feedback has yet to be seen. Prior to the release of the phone, it is hard to say whether Samsung Galaxy Fold is something that users wanted or something that users needed.
MAYA (Most Advanced, Yet Acceptable), a theory by Raymond Loewy who has designed almost everything says that the most advanced design should be given to users, but not more advanced than what they are able to accept and embrace. An innovation is more likely to be welcomed by its user if it lies at the intersection of novelty and familiarity. If the product is full of astounding innovation but people are not familiar with it and vice versa, the chances of failures are high. As people have seen foldable phones an…

Who made Facebook decide to buy WhatsApp and to steal SnapChat Stories feature? 'You'

A fresh report claims that Facebook is spying on its users. It knows what millions of people do on their phones. It knows what do you browse, what apps do you use, how frequently and for how long. It is gathering all the information and detailed insights of your online behavior and habits.
This information has been used to shape Facebook's product roadmap. Facebook perceived from its data analysis that its users are using WhatsApp much more frequently and for a long time so it will be a big deal to buy it. It also led Facebook to rip Snapchat's stories feature.
It's so precise that it allowed Facebook keep tabs on how many Snapchat posts users sent each day, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Onavo Protect, a free VPN app that claims to help "keep you and your data safe when you go online", has been the spying tool for Facebook for all this time. It was created by a company which is now owned by Facebook.
The app is very popular among Android and iOS users and has …

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Google Code Jam 2017

Hello Geeks! Once again Google is inviting you (and me too) to participate in its most challenging, exciting and mega programming contest Code Jam 2017 where you will get a chance to test your cerebration and intellection by solving algorithmic puzzles.