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Samsung Free replacing Samsung Daily on your Galaxy phone

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Samsung Daily provides you access to your favorite apps, headlines, music, and more by just swiping right from the home screen of your Galaxy smartphone.

Recently, Samsung started sending a notice to its users with an announcement to rename Samsung Daily to Samsung Free.

This new service brings changes in the user interface and will show the content such as news and games in a new format. It is also easy to navigate through the multi-tab structure.

Read More: Samsung to launch Galaxy W21 5G smartphone in China on November 4

The Samsung Daily team announce this change on the company’s official page. This is what it said:

As a part of our ongoing product development and our effort to deliver quality content, we are introducing a few changes and updating to a new service called Samsung free.

Samsung also discontinued some cards with the release of this service and the content offering will also be realigned. Users can access this service by swiping from the left on the home screen.

This service was first introduced as the Bixby Home and afterward, it was named Samsung Daily and now this is also replaced by a new name called the Samsung Free. According to Samsung, It is working on to provide a simpler and more efficient content experience to its users.

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Telegram rolling out Sticker Editor, 16 more new features on the way!

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Telegram announced the launch of a powerful Sticker Editor feature. This upgrade allows all Telegram users to create their own stickers without the requirement of any other application.

According to Telegram, the new Sticker Editor feature allows users the ability to quickly create stickers and entire sticker sets. All this will be done within Telegram – you don’t have to even switch the application.

Notably, WhatsApp recently released a custom sticker creator feature for customers. A step ahead, Telegram introduced an even more powerful variant of the sticker creator to stand apart.

To create a sticker, you just have to take an image from your phone’s Gallery. Once picked, a single tap will make a cutout for you, making it easier to add text, drawings or stickers, emojis, and GIFs that exist on Telegram.

  • How to create: To start making stickers, open the sticker panel from your input field in any chat, then tap the inviting (+) button.

Once made, you can also create the sticker to a set, which is not possible in WhatsApp. To do so, choose the emojis that describe its emotion, however, you will also get AI-based suggestions that suit your sticker.

When you type an emoji in the chat, you will get your own sticker in the suggested section. You will also be able to share your sticker set, the same way you currently do, just send any of the stickers to the recipient, and voila!

Telegram will be launching 16 more new features this month. The platform hasn’t shared any additional details about the changes, however, we expect most of the features to be available for all, rather than Premium exclusivity.

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US CHIPS Act: Samsung gets $6.4 billion subsidy for Texas investment

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Samsung will get a $6.4 billion subsidy under the US CHIPS Act for investment in Texas. Last week, it was revealed that the country will announce subsidies for semiconductor manufacturers. It has been revealed that Samsung’s subsidy ratio comes at 14.2 percent.

According to the info, Samsung will get a CHIPS Act subsidy of $6.4 billion for its $45 billion chip investment in Texas, USA. The country’s Commerce Department announced that Samsung is the recipient of the biggest grant under the CHIPS Act relative to the investment.

It’s worth noting that TSMC granted $6.6 billion for its $65 billion investment, putting the subsidy-to-investment ratio at 10.2 percent. Aimed to create at least 21,500 jobs, Samsung’s investment cements central Texas’ role as a cutting-edge semiconductor ecosystem.

“I’m pleased to announce a preliminary agreement between Samsung and the Department of Commerce to bring Samsung’s advanced semiconductor manufacturing and research and development to Texas,” said President Joe Biden in a statement on Monday.

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Android’s absence won’t let Huawei Pura 70 rival Samsung!

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Huawei today announced a major revamp in its camera flagship naming strategy. Huawei revealed that the P series is getting rebranded as the Pura series, with the next phones being named Huawei Pura 70, Pura 70 Pro, Pura 70 Pro Plus, and Pura 70 Ultra.

Despite having fresh branding, Android’s lack will hurt the Huawei Pura 70 the most. Samsung’s Galaxy S introduces the most powerful and advanced camera to the market. However, the Android operating system is unquestionably a reason behind Samsung’s success.

Recently, Huawei officially confirmed the P series has been killed off, and the upcoming phone releases as the “HUAWEI Pura 70” series. Despite US sanctions and the lack of Android, the Chinese phone maker continues to innovate the mobile segment.

The last year’s P60 series also brought some notable camera hardware, which also got praised. For the Pura lineup, the company noted that the HUAWEI P series has been “upgraded” to the HUAWEI Pura, complete with a “new attitude.”

HUAWEI’s Pura 70 series could be split into these four devices:

  1. Pura 70
  2. Pura 70 Pro
  3. Pura 70 Pro Plus
  4. Pura 70 Ultra

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