Since he first realized a paper-cup phone gives a better signal when covered in tin foil, Damjan has known that his future will be connected to communications and encryption. A SIGINT specialist and counterintelligence expert here at KommandoTech, Damjan is on a constant hunt for the best smartphones and other communication devices. In his spare time he enjoys beer, parties, and music.
Facebook Building Its Own OS to End Dependence on Android
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Video Gaming Statistics: From Basements to Maseratis
The year is 2019. A man who plays video games has a net worth of $30 million. No, I don’t mean a professional gamer who competes in tournaments - just a guy who plays video games and makes YouTube videos of himself playing. He’s worth $30 million. The successes of Pewdiepie - and other YouTub
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Chrome Usage Statistics for 2020: Ride Eternal and Bring Lots of RAM
Dear reader, If you’re reading this article etched on a large stone in a post-apocalyptic wasteland, then these Chrome usage statistics won’t be much use to you. Someone has wasted a perfectly good stone. However, if the End of Days has not yet befallen you, then there’s a 64.92% chance
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A long time ago in a Samsung Galaxy far, far away, Android OS changed the way we use mobile phones. Okay, that’s not exactly true. It was only 11 years ago, it happened in California, and the Samsung Galaxy hadn’t even been invented yet. But we stick by our main point; the release of Android
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Chances are your phone has already vibrated a few times since you started reading this article. Messaging apps statistics also tell us there’s a huge chance that some of those messages came to your phone through an app owned by Facebook. Corporate consolidation in the tech sector is particularl
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It never rains but it pours. Or in Samsung’s case, it leaks. Just days after renders of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S11 were leaked online, images of the cheaper variant appeared as well. The leak reveals that the S11e will have triple rear cameras, no headphone jack, and a center-aligned punch
Apple Music for Business lets retail shops play licensed tunes
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