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In a twist on flexible screens Cnet's has learned that TCL is working on a phone that has a slide out display instead of one you can bend in half like the galaxy's Zed flip and the Motorola razor.
The point to give you as much screen space as a tablet without having to carry one around Based on images that CNET attained, this concept phone looks like a standard phone, which then turns into a tablet after you pulled out the screen.
According to a trusted source.
This expandable phone is the device journalists would have seen it on NW see this month, but with the show canceled due to Corona virus There's no saying when we'll be able to get our hands on this dazzling device now.
Billionaire Jeff Bezos announced on Monday he will launch a $10 billion fund to fight climate change.
The Amazon CEO said in an Instagram post that Bezos' Earth fund will fund any effort that offers a real possibility to help preserve and protect the world.
Bezos, the world's richest person, has promoted his company's many climate change initiatives over the years.
In September Bezos announced the climate pledge.
A plan to make the sprawling e-commerce and tech company carbon neutral by 2040.
And reach a goal of the Paris climate agreement ten years early.
The coronavirus is taking a bigger toll on Apple's operations than thought.
An iPhone buyers around the world could see a shortage.
The electronics giant warned on Monday that it will likely miss the quarterly revenue guidance it gave last month.
It cited two reasons for the update.
The Corona virus is hurting festive month from Chinese customers and production capabilities inside the country.
China is one of Apples biggest markets and the primary location where these devices at the iPhone are assembled.
Because factories are coming online later, there will be iPhone shortages around the globe Apple said.
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