Daily News – 6th of November 2018
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What’s new

Samsung will reveal foldable phone features this week

Across Twitter, Facebook, and other social platforms, Samsung has updated its profile picture with a folded version of its logo. The company is preparing to release some details of its “foldable phone” during a developer’s conference in San Francisco, which will take place on November 7 and 8.
You can read more here. 

Chrome will ad-block an entire website if it shows abusive ads

Chrome 71 will be launched in December and will improve the browser’s ability to block intrusive and misleading advertising, Google said. The browser plans to block all ads on websites that feature “abusive experiences”.
More info are available here. 

New products

Xiaomi Mi 9

The phone will have Qualcomm Snapdragon 8150 processor and a triple-camera setup on the back, with the main camera being a 48MP Sony sensor. It will be launched in the first half of 2019.
More info here. 

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Uber will triple the number of employees on food delivery in Europe

The company will also expand how users can pay for food and looking to generate more business via its website rather than its app, said Rodrigo Arévalo, head of Uber Eats in the EMEA region. Uber Eats represents more than 10 percent of gross bookings across the business.
You can read more here. 

Volkswagen will use quantum computing for traffic management

Volkswagen announced that it has developed a traffic management system with a little help from a quantum algorithm. Its goal is to help public transportation to deploy their vehicles to places that need it, reducing wasted time for providers and also reducing wait times for passengers.
More info can be found here. 

Fun stuff

Oppo has launched a 10000mAh Pikachu Edition SuperVOOC Power Bank

While using the Pikachu Edition SuperVOOC Power Bank to charge SuperVOOC compatible smartphone, the user will get special animations on the lock screen. It is priced at $58.
You can read more here. 

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