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New way to fight crop diseases with a smartphone
Late blight is a common disease of plants such as tomatoes and potatoes, capable of wiping out entire crops on commercial-scale fields. Caused by a fungus-like pathogen, it first appears as black or brown lesions on leaves, stems, fruit or tubers. If conditions are favorable, it can quickly spread to other plants through wet soil and as wind-scattered spores.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10: Not all models will be created equal
Samsung typically launches a number of different versions of its flagship Galaxy S smartphone model.
Study: New smartphone app may help you quit smoking
Researchers said they have created a smartphone app that offers real-time monitoring of smoking-induced ageing, and may help smokers quit the habit.
Smartphone technology can spot breast cancer tumors
The same smartphone technology that can recognize a user's face and voice can now identify breast cancer tumors, a recent study said.
China's Xiaomi enters UK with phones, wristband and scooter
Xiaomi - the world's fourth bestselling handset maker - has added the UK to its growing list of markets.
Samsung unveils foldable phone as it tries to regain edge on Apple
Samsung has unveiled its much-anticipated foldable phone and urged Android developers to start writing apps for the new device.
Japan's inflation stalls, cuts in smartphone fees may threaten BOJ goal
Japan’s annual consumer inflation stalled in July and government pressure on carriers to cut smartphone charges could undercut prices ahead, further hindering the central bank’s efforts to achieve its elusive price target.
Why you should beware of your smartphone — and blue light it emits
Blue light is everywhere. It’s emitted by computers, televisions and smartphones.
Is your smartphone spying on you?
Some popular apps on your phone may be secretly taking screenshots of your activity and sending them to third parties, according to a new study by a team of Northeastern researchers.
Quarter of children under six have a smartphone
One in four children under the age of six has a smartphone, a survey has found.
Using a laser to wirelessly charge a smartphone safely across a room
Although mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones let us communicate, work and access information wirelessly, their batteries must still be charged by plugging them in to an outlet.
S Korea denies smartphones to Iran, N Korea players
South Korean officials said they will not provide Iranian and North Korean players with Samsung smartphones which are available free to all other athletes at the Winter Olympics starting Friday.
Global smartphone market drops 9% in biggest ever fall
The global smartphone market fell nine percent in a year this quarter, the biggest fall in smartphone history, with even Apple’s iPhone sales down one percent as users hang on to their phones longer.
All that smartphone time may be making teens unhappy
Teens who are glued to their smartphones and other devices are unhappier than those who spend less time on digital media, new research found.
Smartphone app can alert drowsy driver
Scientists have developed a new smartphone app that can alert a car driver if they are sleeply, an advance that may help avoid fatal accidents caused by fatigue driving.

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