Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei Technologies has launched a new smartphone, the Y9 Prime 2019, in the Australian market, with a pop-up front camera that permits a notchless screen and is claimed to make the taking of selfies more fun. It retails for $399.
Starting in Q4 2019, Nokia smartphone fans can get their hands on the Android 10 software upgrade and start enjoying the very latest Android experiences.
In an address to the National Press Club in Australia, Deaf Australia CEO Kyle Miers hailed the success of the Huawei-developed StorySign Artificial Intelligence technology and has called for additional funding to help increase the usage of similar new technologies to support greater numbers of deaf Australians.
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