Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G Video Promo Leak Showcases It From All Sides Ahead of Launch

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G video promo has been leaked online that purportedly shows off the foldable phone from all sides. The new Samsung phone appears to have an identical look and feel to the LTE version of the Galaxy Z Flip that was launched back in February. Separately, some key specifications of the new Samsung phone have surfaced on the Web that suggest even some minor changes on the part of internals as well. The Galaxy Z Flip 5G is rumoured to come with an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ SoC. There would also be slight changes on the dimensions

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8 photo-editing apps for iPhone and Android that photography geeks will love

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Maybe you’re spending more time at home these days as part of coronavirus lockdown, or maybe your city is reopening and you’re taking a few more photos out and about than you have been. Either way, I have just the thing — it’s simple, satisfying and doesn’t have to cost you a penny. Your phone’s gallery is bursting with new pictures and photos you’ve taken over the years, desperate to see the light of day again and get a fresh new makeover. The iPhone app store on iOS and Google Play store on Android

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Natural language processing: A cheat sheet

Learn the basics about natural language processing, a cross-discipline approach to making computers hear, process, understand, and duplicate human speech.

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It wasn’t too long ago that talking to a computer and having it not only understand, but speak back, was confined to the realm of science fiction, like that of the shipboard computers of Star Trek. The technology of the 24th century’s Starship Enterprise is reality in the 21st century thanks to natural language processing (NLP), a machine learning-driven discipline that gives computers the ability to understand, process, and respond to spoken words

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Combine GAP and SWOT analysis to improve business performance

These two types of analysis are both valuable techniques that can be used in tandem to help your company increase visibility, better support strategy, and reach company goals.

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Knowing your company’s strengths and weaknesses, as well as gaps in performance can help take your organization to new heights. During a crisis–such as a worldwide pandemic– it’s even more important to stay on top of your company’s needs.

SEE: Return to work: What the new normal will look like post-pandemic (free PDF) (TechRepublic)

GAP analysis compares your company’s actual business performance to a desired level of

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Hiring developers: While coding is important, there are other things to consider

Lemon.io and Stack Overflow offer two vastly different recruiting approaches, and a survey reveals the factors that are most important to developers.

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Must-read developer content

Hiring a developer is about more than writing good code–that’s certainly important, but soft skills play a critical role too, and a resume usually doesn’t convey a person’s personality.

SEE:
Top IT certifications to increase your salary (free PDF) (TechRepublic)

At least, that’s the way Aleksandr Volodarsky, co-founder and CEO of Lemon.io, a freelance platform for hiring developers, sees it. Volodarksy advocates for what he calls the “Falafel Test,” an informal,

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Software as a Service (SaaS): A cheat sheet

SaaS replaces the need to physically purchase, install, and deploy application software throughout an organization. Learn more about SaaS, which is now a mainstay for businesses large and small.

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With few exceptions, the IT business tools of the modern enterprise, whether a multinational conglomerate or a one-person operation, revolve around cloud computing and the “something-as-a-service” delivery method. Network infrastructure, platforms, application software, and everything in between can all be accessed from anywhere, at any time, with nothing more than an internet connection.

While much of the cloud services available replace the need to purchase expensive hardware,

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