The advent of smartphones, and their progressive omnipresence within our daily lives, creates both positive and negative impacts: what is smartphone addiction, its symptoms and consequences, and possible remedies. The widespread diffusion of technological devices has allowed the smartphone to gradually creep into our habits: we are so passionate about our digital life that this often tends to overlap with the real one. Merit of the increasing importance that we attribute to the smartphone, a powerful tool that knows how to be wonderful and terrible, the use of which creates a state of involvement that must be controlled.

We are used to seeing people, adults, children and children, struggling with this bright parallelepiped, distracted by some kind of virtual wonder, that do not pay attention to the real world around. It is now a commonplace that adolescents and young people are absorbed almost entirely by this type of activity, but the statistical data show that it is not only the youngest who suffer the dangerous fascination of modern technology.

Now close to the launch of the Mate 20 line, Huawei has stated that its Kirin 980 processor is definitely superior to Apple’s latest A12 Bionic. There is little left to the officialization of Huawei’s new Mate 20 range, and the company never misses an opportunity to emphasize how much goodness will be contained in the devices of this series. We know that the processor that will move these devices will be the powerful and advanced Kirin 980, a 7-nanometer processor consisting of 6.9 billion transistors. Numbers known to fans and experts in the field, as these are the same features of the latest Apple trinket, namely the A12 Bionic processor mounted on the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR. What we know about the Kirin 980 Near to the imminent launch on the Huawei Mate 20 line, Kirin 980 is a CPU developed by HiSilicon, a company that produces the IT sector owned by the Chinese brand. Kirin 980 is the result of a long development and work that lasted three years, during which the engineers focused on improving the power, efficiency, intelligence and connectivity of the processor.

In addition, it seems that Huawei’s new processor is able to recognize 4500 images per minute, while maintaining lower power consumption for an overall optimized performance.

Finally, the next top of the range of Huawei will be the first in the world to support high-speed connectivity LTE Cat.21, thanks to the new CPU developed. That the processors of Huawei have always been a huge source of pleasant surprises for consumers and satisfaction for the parent company was well known for some time, but from within the company come statements that not only demonstrate the obvious safety of superiority compared to competitors, but also confirm that the Kirin processors are not for sale. It is precisely one of Huawei’s managers, Brody Ji, who reiterates this reality, explaining that for the company the processors do not represent a business – and therefore a relative and not indifferent source of income – as much as a powerful competitive technological advantage. In short, not only does Huawei look confident, probably after testing the newly-arrived iPhone XS, but announces to the whole world that its peculiarities are not for sale.


Getac launches the new fully rugged K120 tablet designed to cope with the challenges faced by public security operators around the world. The K120 exploits Getac’s legacy in creating powerful rugged devices that have helped paramedics, police officers and firefighters successfully carry out their work for years.

In these days the most awaited event at the end of summer for the lovers of the sector is taking place in Berlin: the IFA 2018 is the perfect stage for most consumer electronics brands, where the novelties that will arrive in the stores starting from the autumn now at the door. But if Samsung – as usual – prefers to play in advance with the event exclusively dedicated to Note 9, and Apple prepares for September 12, Xiaomi is not far behind and warms its audience by putting online photos and videos that portray some interesting features of his new Mi MIX 3.