Galaxy S21 Ultra’s camera goes head-to-head with iPhone 12 Pro Max – Video

The Samsung Galaxy S 21 ultras camera absolutely destroys the iPhone 12 Pro Max’s in one key way.
Let’s take a look.
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So Samsung’s new flagship phone is here and sure it’s got a powerful processor and a lovely screen and 5G and it supports a stylus now, but I’m a photographer.
What I care about are the images it can take.
Well, there’s a whole casserole of cameras on the back to take your photos, including a Standard zoom, a three times telephoto zoom, a 10 times telephoto zoom, and a super wide angle lens as well.

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Nokia 1.4, Nokia 6.3, and Nokia 7.3 May Launch in Late Q1 or Early Q2 This Year

Nokia 1.4, Nokia 6.3, and Nokia 7.3 could launch in Q1 or early Q2 of this year, a new report claims. All three of these Nokia phones have been in the news in the past with speculations around their release. While Nokia 1.4 is relatively new, Nokia 6.3 and Nokia 7.3 were originally expected to launch in the third quarter of 2020. It is also possible that whenever these two Nokia phones launch, they could also be named Nokia 6.4 or Nokia 7.4.

Starting with Nokia 1.4, the phone has made its way through multiple listings, as per a report

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Galaxy S21: Samsung copies Apple again, and both Android and iPhone fans suffer

Samsung’s Galaxy S21 line no longer comes with a power adapter, headphones or microSD card slot. 


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Samsung’s Galaxy S21 line has plenty going for it. The displays have been improved, the processor has gotten faster and the cameras have been upgraded to take sharper photos and videos. And at a $200 cheaper starting price than the Galaxy S20, they are once again an enticing alternative to Apple’s latest iPhones. 

Read more: Check out CNET’s Galaxy S21 review and Galaxy S21 Ultra review

But in seemingly taking a page out of Apple’s playbook, Samsung is scaling back on

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Google Search on Mobile to Get Redesign With More Focus on Important Information, Rounded Overall Aesthetic

Google Search on mobile is being redesigned to give it a fresh look and make it easier for users to find what they are looking for. The search giant shared the development through a blog post with some insights from the designer who led the visual redesign. Google Search redesign on mobile will allow people to focus on the information, make text easier to read, have an edge-to-edge design, deeper use of colour, and feel “bubblier and bouncier.”

“Rethinking the visual design for something like Search is really complex. That’s especially true given how much Google Search has evolved. We’re

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Linux 101: How to copy files and directories from the command line

Jack Wallen continues his Linux 101 series, with an introduction on how to copy files and directories from the command line.

Are you new to Linux? If so, you’ve probably found the command line can be a bit intimidating. Don’t worry–it is for everyone at the beginning. That’s why I’m here to guide you through the process, and today I’m going to show you how to copy files and folders from the command line. 

Why would you need to copy files and folders this way? You might find yourself on a GUI-less Linux server and need to make a backup

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Linux 101: Renaming files and folders

In your quest to migrate to the Linux operating system, you’ve found the command line interface a must-know skill. Fortunately, Jack Wallen is here to help you with the basics.

I’m going to help you learn a bit more about Linux. If you’re new to the operating system, there are quite a few fundamental tasks you’re going to need to know how to do. One such task is renaming files and folders. 

You might think there’s a handy rename command built into the system. There is, but it’s not what you assume. Instead of renaming a file or folder, you

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