Category: Phones

Surface Duo 2 or Galaxy Fold 3: which model to choose?

Microsoft is now offering more and more Surface models, with many form factors and a wide range of prices. But compared to Samsung’s models, and in particular the Galaxy Fold 3, are they up to the task? Here are some points of comparison. Overview The completely redesigned Surface pro 8 model is suitable for mobile…

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iPhone 13: I paid full price for a product still in beta

IPhone 13 is out. But, if there is no doubt that it has better hardware than the previous version, the presence of many bugs prevents taking full advantage of it. In fact, I feel like I paid for an iPhone that is less enjoyable, and that I can do less with than the old one.…

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Medical telesurveillance: An attractive device, but a legal framework still to be defined

Digital health tools and solutions have evolved a lot in recent years, and particularly over the past 18 months in the context of the pandemic, where patients with chronic diseases or Covid-19 have been accompanied from home to their therapy, and be monitored on a regular basis from a distance. While teleconsultation has become a…

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The differences between DSI and DT are blurring, here’s why

The roles of CIO, or DSI (director of information systems), and CTO, or DT (technical director), have always been distinct. The CIO manages the internal IT workings of the organization, while the TD focuses on the customer experience. In recent times, the internal and external aspects of IT have overlapped, with CIOs just as concerned…

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Smart cities: How technology is helping rebuild war-torn regions

For more than three decades, the disputed region of Nagorno-Karabakh has been at the heart of numerous disagreements between neighboring nations of the Caucasus, Armenia and Azerbaijan. Recognized internationally as part of Azerbaijan, the territory was until recently ruled mostly by Armenians. During the First Nagorno-Karabakh War, which began in the late 1980s and lasted…

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