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    Smartphone deal roundup - 17 September 2021

    MyBB. Do you receive any money from Oppo, Huawei or Samsung? Or any of their agents or retailers? And it you so, should you not disclose it in articles like these? I think that most of the forum members would agree that these sort of articles are frequently considered undisclosed partner...
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    Telegram is experiencing an upsurge in cybercriminal activity

    Its still just a crime problem cybercrime is just like saying streetcrime.
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    iPhone 13 and iPhone 12 comparison

    Still a Bigass notch and a Dummass lighting port
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    Microsoft is launching Office 2021 in early October

    are you saying that SAGE will finally have to update their Outlook and Excel plugins to work with 64-bit version?
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    iPad Mini's A15 chip won't support fastest 5G

    "Inhumanly possible"
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    Xiaomi has launched the 11T Pro with fast charging speeds that fill the battery in 17 minutes

    Not saying it's the best idea from a battery longevity point of view to charge at that rate, but they have 2 cells, so effectively, its charging two batteries at half the rate each
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    HIV is making coronavirus variants more likely in South Africa

    Not sure if they are irrelevant, but certainly speculative. A large population of immuno-compromised people is likely to have long term implications in future years. Much like the effect HIV had on the development of more dangerous variants of TB.
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    Apple Watch Series 7 launched

    My wife's Xiaomi Mi band 5 is now on week 3 of a single battery charge. Will probably make it to week 4 before needing a recharge
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    Apple announces iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro

    phone me when it gets a 42069MP camera.
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    Fight brewing over vaccine passports in South Africa

    I fully support that statement, until such time you start infringing on the rights to health of others. Then that argument is no longer valid, it needs better data to support your argument. We are not talking about choosing whether to eat bacon or not.
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    Fight brewing over vaccine passports in South Africa

    Hey, nothing wrong with being a fattie At least I am not one of the Obeesies
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    Fight brewing over vaccine passports in South Africa

    That's because both those statements are true. But make no mistake, corporates are very keen to curtain the new freedoms employees got when working from home. I am sure that is the primary driver for many of them.
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    Fight brewing over vaccine passports in South Africa

    Its the virus and people's behaviour that moves the goal posts.
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    Fight brewing over vaccine passports in South Africa

    Because you are less infectious. Symptoms and viral loads are lower with the vaccinated. You can still spread it, you should still wear a mask in public. If enough people do both for long enough, the R0 drops below 1.0 and the pandemic is over.
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