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Samsung debuted a handful of new products this week, including a new foldable phone, the Z flip, as well as a trio of S 20 phones that include the S 20 Ultra is the company's new flagship phone that promises wild specs like 100 times zoom They're calling space zoo.
Samsung's popular wireless buds also got an update the galaxy buds plus with better sound and battery life.
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MWC 2020 is canceled, GSNA the organization responsible for the Barcelona mobile show announced it was calling the event off on Wednesday.
Due to the number of companies withdrawing following the outbreak of coronavirus.
A CEO John Hoffman said the global concern regarding the coronavirus outbreak, travel concern and other circumstances make this show impossible.
And finally, Uber no longer requires a smartphone to hail a ride.
Company unveiled a new service.
Its piloting in Arizona that lets people book a ride by making a phone call.
Although it was originally designed for seniors, anyone can use the service.
After someone calls the number of the company will then connect the caller to a live operator who will book the ride.
You know, kinda like how a taxi works.
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