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“Screen-folder” live: Samsung Galaxy Z Flip5 appeared on the network in a spy photo

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More and more details about the not yet presented Samsung Galaxy Z Flip5 clamshell smartphone appear on the network. This time, a photograph has become public, which allegedly shows the Galaxy Z Flip5 smartphone live.

“Screen-folder” live: Samsung Galaxy Z Flip5 appeared on the network in a spy photo

Spy shot of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip5. Photo: Tech_Reve

The photo was shared by network informant Revegnus (@Tech_Reve) on his page on the social network Twitter. As you can easily see, the phone is inside a protective case, a common practice for phones before their official release.

Apparently, the rumors about the design of the external screen will be true – the outlines resemble a folder. Apart from the big screen, we can see that the Z Flip5 is equipped with two cameras and an LED flash next to them. You can also notice the volume and power buttons, the latter probably also acting as a fingerprint scanner.

“Screen-folder” live: Samsung Galaxy Z Flip5 appeared on the network in a spy photo

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According to earlier leaks, a 3.4-inch 720×748 AMOLED display takes up most of the top half of the body. It is also noted that the cameras on the outside will be inherited from the Z Flip4 – 12 MP, wide-angle and ultra-wide-angle.

Revegnus (@Tech_Reve) has been very active lately, having previously accurately announced the first details about the new platforms of the Snapdragon 8 and Exynos families.

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NASA opened the container with the “space treasure” OSIRIS-REx: black dust and debris were discovered

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The American Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA announced that a team of scientists has already opened the lid of the sample container collected by the OSIRIS-REx spacecraft.

NASA opened the container with the “space treasure” OSIRIS-REx: black dust and debris were discovered

So far, scientists have discovered only “black dust and debris,” but they are not discouraged and consider this a sign of the success of the mission. Dante Lauretta, a planetary scientist at the University of Arizona, said:

Today we opened the canister and saw that some black dusty material was visible there. We hope it’s with Bennu. We plan to collect some of the material tomorrow morning and send it directly to the laboratory.

Lauretta emphasized that scientists have received a “first look” at what OSIRIS-REx likely delivered, and everything points to obtaining a full rock sample.

NASA opened the container with the “space treasure” OSIRIS-REx: black dust and debris were discovered

Let us recall that the American probe OSIRIS-Rex, launched 7 years ago, flew past the Earth and dropped a capsule with soil samples from the asteroid Bennu last weekend. The container contains about 250 grams of rock. The delivery is seen as a historic event that could help scientists answer questions about the origins of life on Earth and the early stages of our solar system.

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Google is disabling simplified mode in Gmail

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Google is disabling simplified mode in Gmail

Google has begun notifying users of an upcoming change in its proprietary email service Gmail. Messages about this are being sent to users and have also appeared in various places in Google Support and Help.

Google is disabling simplified mode in Gmail

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So, Gmail’s simplified HTML mode will soon stop working. It will only be available until January 2024. Let us remind you that the simple HTML version of Gmail is offered in outdated versions of browsers, as well as in cases of poor Internet connection. It lacks some features of standard Gmail, including:

  • chat;
  • spell checking;
  • shortcut keys;
  • adding and importing contacts;
  • selecting the sender’s address;
  • formatting
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The Firefox browser now has a built-in page translator that works even without the Internet

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Mozilla has announced the release of an update to its Firefox browser. In version number 118, users will find a significant innovation – a built-in translator for entire pages, which is significantly different from the translation services of competitors, including Google Translate or Microsoft Bing Translator.

The Firefox browser now has a built-in page translator that works even without the Internet

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The Firefox 118 release note notes:

Automatic translation of web content is now available to Firefox users! Unlike cloud-based alternatives, translation is done locally in Firefox, so the translated text never leaves your computer.

Simply put, the translator does not require a connection to servers and can work offline; during translation, the data does not leave the user’s computer and is not sent to Microsoft, Google or other companies.

If the user has opened a website in a supported language that is different from the browser’s default language, a translation icon will appear in the address bar. When you click PIR, a pop-up window appears asking from which language and into which language you want to translate. If your browser does not automatically detect the language of a website, you can set it manually. You can also select the settings “always translate” or “never translate”.

Now for the bad news: Firefox full-page translation currently only supports 9 languages:

  • Bulgarian
  • Dutch
  • English
  • French
  • German
  • Italian
  • Polish
  • Portuguese
  • Spanish

Mozilla notes that there are other limitations. For example, the tool may not handle websites with mixed language content very well, and there is no translation of text from images or videos.

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