Day: September 2, 2020

How to connect an Android smartphone to Microsoft Windows 10

Connecting your Android smartphone to Windows 10 using the built-in app can improve your productivity. This tutorial shows you how to make the connection.

For many businesses, the modern workforce is mobile. Employees are expected to get work done while they are on the move. Ideas are brainstormed, working teams are formed, collaborative documents are started, and email is exchanged–all from the confines of a smartphone.

But once that workforce reaches the office, the work performed on the mobile device must be transferred to the desktop. With ubiquitous cloud computing that transfer process is relatively easy, however, employees will often have to navigate to the working point where they left off on their smartphone.

Connecting your Android smartphone to your Microsoft Windows 10 workstation can simplify the transfer of working environments even more by allowing employees to resume work exactly where they left off on their smartphone. This quick tutorial

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Redmi 9A With MediaTek Helio G25 SoC, 5,000mAh Battery Launched in India: Price, Specifications

Redmi 9A has been launched in India after the Xiaomi phone made its global debut back in June. It is another addition to the Redmi 9 series that includes the Redmi 9 and the Redmi 9 Prime in the country. The Redmi 9A comes at an entry level price point and offers features like an octa-core processor, a large battery, and expandable storage. The Redmi 9A has a single rear camera and a single front-facing selfie shooter. The phone will be offered in three colour options.

Redmi 9A price in India

The Redmi 9A price in India is set at Rs. 6,799 for the 2GB + 32GB variant and at Rs. 7,499 for the 3GB + 32GB variant. The phone will be offered in three colour options namely, Midnight Black, Nature Green, and Sea Blue. It will go on sale starting 12pm (noon) on September 4 via, Amazon, Mi

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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold2: A cheat sheet

The second generation of Samsung’s foldable smartphone is here. While the 5G device seems to be a better investment than last year’s model, the $1,999 price is still prohibitive for many users.

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Samsung has announced the second generation of its vertically-folding smartphone line: The Galaxy Z Fold2. Like the groundbreaking model released last year, the Galaxy Z Fold2 is hinged from top to bottom and sports internal and external screens. Compared to last year’s model, the Galaxy Z Fold 2 reportedly has a better screen that’s more scratch resistant, an improved hinge, and 5G connectivity.

While the Galaxy Z Fold 2 does provide a bit of flash for professionals in industries where appearance matters, the skepticism about foldable devices for business use won’t go away with this model.

SEE: Galaxy Z Fold 2 first look: 5 features that make it a good business phone and two that

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