Samsung Galaxy Fold gets torture tested, Tim Cook rules out Apple cryptocurrency
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CNET has put Samsung's Galaxy fold to the test, measuring how the device performs through repeated folds.
Samsung says it expects users to fold the phone up to 40,000 times a year and that the device is designed to survive 200,000 folds, seen it torture tested the phone over 14 hours and that client came close The phone survived until just short of 120,000 folds when the hinge started to fail and half the screen went dark.
To see the full test head to cnet.com.
Apple CEO Tim Cook says the company has no plans to launch a Cryptocurrency, saying money, like Defense, must remain in the hands of the States.
In an interview with the French publication Lezeco, on Friday, Cook said he was uncomfortable with private groups creating currencies.
The comments come as Facebook faces increasing scrutiny of its cryptocurrency, libra.
With PayPal withdrawing its support from the labor association.
And finally days after Microsoft's October event, questions still remain over the Surface Duo phone, Microsoft's new dual screen device.
It's the first phone Microsoft has made in years but there is still no word on 5G compatibility Where it will sell, and importantly, how much it will cost.
The Surface Duo is set to launch for the holidays in 2020.
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