Before we can start trying to work on a solution for "Phubbing" (phone snubbing), it has to become an official thing, and we believe the latest research coming from the Hankamer School of Business of Baylor University has just done that.
Report: flexible displays will dominate the future with foldable, rollable and even stretchable panels
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According to the latest sales data from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech, the USA market is not as varied as Europe's and Asia's. Samsung and LG rule here, owning about 78% of all Android mobile sales during Q2 of 2015.
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