TCL's concept phone folds into smartwatch, Facebook slammed in new UK report
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Chinese company TCL is working on at least five new flexible display devices.
Including affordable phone that could curve into a smart watch.
According to company renderings and patent image [INAUDIBLE] obtained by CNET, the design include flexible tablets and phone The fold inwards and outwards as well as a phone that appears to curve into a wristcuff.
British politicians have called for a new code of ethics for social media companies saying companies should face legal action from regulators if they fail to comply.
In a new report released on Sunday, a UK parliamentary committee accused Facebook of intentionally violating data privacy laws but the report calls for a near compulsory quality social media giants.
Facebook denies, has it broke the law?
And finally, Huawei have been thrown a lifeline by the UK on 5G.
According to a report in the financial times, the UK National Cyber Security Centre says Huawei would pose a manageable risk in 5G networks.
Despite the US State Department warning China could use Huawei equipment for spying.
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