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ZTE launches crazy, foldable, dual-screened smartphone | Ars Technica
Open it up, and you have two side-by-side, 5.2-inch 1080p displays.
Budget Android company ZTE is launching what has to be its craziest-looking smartphone ever, the Axon M. The M looks like someone took a Nintendo DS, removed the controls, and stuck two big smartphone screens on each side.
The Axon M is a whopping 12.1mm thick. A hinge runs along the long side of the phone, and it opens up, just like a Nintendo DS. On each side of the phone, you get a 5.2-inch, 1080p TFT LCD. Open the whole thing up, and when combined the screens sort of become a 6.75-inch, 8:9 aspect ratio, 1920x2160 display. I say "sort of" because of course there's a big seam down the middle.
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yesterday by rgl7194
The Smartest Americans Are Heading West - Bloomberg
Three cities in Colorado — a state whose fortunes have been tied to the boom and bust of oil, gas and other commodities — are among the top 10 leading destinations for the nation’s best and brightest as old cow and mining towns morph into technology hubs, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Another Colorado city is plotting a 21st century revival.
this-week-400  Around-the-web  Matt  colorado  mountain-states  tech  technology  high-tech  workforce  economic-development  innovation 
yesterday by areadevelopment
Tesla’s New Car Smell – Monday Note
A pessimistic take on Tesla, based on its manufacturing practices, from former Apple executive Jean-Louis Gassée.
tesla  car  manufacturing  technology 
yesterday by robmiller
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Exciting! We’re launching The Watercooler
signalvnoise  technology 
yesterday by slogger
Microsoft bug-tracking database was hacked by Wild Neutron gang
Microsoft bug-tracking database was 'hacked by Wild Neutron gang'
grahamcluley  technology 
yesterday by slogger

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