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Samsung confirms to unveil Galaxy S21 smartphone next week

Samsung's Galaxy S21 smartphone series will be introduced at the Galaxy Unpacked online event at 10 am (Eastern Standard Time) on January 14 under the theme of "Welcome to the Everyday Epic."

Chinese astronomers discover 591 high-velocity stars

Of the newly discovered stars, 43 may escape the gravitational constraints of the Milky Way galaxy in future and fly into intergalactic space.

Samsung tops Russian smartphone market in Q3: Report

According to market researcher Counterpoint Research, Samsung accounted for 28.4 per cent of smartphone sales in Russia in the July-September period, edging out Huawei by 2.9 per cent points.

Vivo V20 Pro confirmed to launch in India on Dec 2

"Sleek is fast too! #vivoV20Pro #Slimmest5G coming your way to #DelightEveryMoment. Launching on 2nd December. #StayTuned," the company said in a tweet.

Huawei patents smartphone temperature measurement tech

Huawei filed a design patent (CN306175428S) titled 'Mobile Phone with Graphical User Interface for Temperature Measurement and Display Results' on March 31 and it was officially published on November 17, reports GizmoChina.

Realme 7 5G smartphone with quad rear cameras launched

The Realme 7 5G will retail for 279 pounds in its base 6/128GB trim but a limited Black Friday offer will shave off 50 pounds, bringing the price down to 229 pounds between November 27 to November 30, reports GSMArena.

Questions on state of democracy

Growing intolerance and hostility towards diversity across nations show failure of democratically-elected governments, not democracy

After eight months on hold, international table tennis is back

Almost every day during the past several months, I've been dreaming of returning to the court and playing matches," the world number one women's singles player said after winning the World Cup title on Tuesday

US judge again blocks Trump’s executive order to ban WeChat

A judge in California rejected a request from the US Department of Justice to reverse a previous decision allowing WeChat, owned by the Chinese company Tencent app, to remain active in app stores, The Verge reported on Friday.

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