Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus review: Not the Note you know


The Samsung Galaxy Note has always been known as the do-everything device. Since the first Galaxy Note back in 2011, Samsung has used the series to rethink what our smartphones should be able to do, not to mention the sheer size of what we can do these things on.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 doesn’t reinvent anything we’ve seen on previous Notes. Rather, like the Galaxy Note 9, it iterates in a lot of departments to feel more modern, for better or worse.

The Note 10 Plus is bigger, faster, and thinner than ever before, but I get

Samsung Galaxy Fold review: A showpiece, not essential


You’ve made it, you’ve reached the final chapter in Android Authority‘s Samsung Galaxy Fold review! In this conclusion we put all the pieces together to provide you with the complete picture.

On day one we offered our overall impressions of the hardware. On day two we gathered our thoughts on the software experience. And on day three we looked at core functions, such as the battery, processor, and camera. Now that we’ve reached day four, we’re prepared to deliver our final thoughts and recommendations. I’ve updated the Samsung Galaxy Fold review throughout with additional insights and details, so be

COVID-19 wallops meat plant workers; shortages hit shelves, fast food

Enlarge / Smithfield Foods pork plant in South Dakota is closed indefinitely in the wake of its coronavirus outbreak.

Meat- and poultry-processing facilities have become hotspots for COVID-19 outbreaks, with cases spreading in over 100 plants across the country.

Federal and state public health researchers reported Friday, May 1, that at least 115 meat and poultry plants in 19 states have had been affected by the pandemic. In all, the researchers counted at least 4,913 sickened workers and at least 20 deaths. The findings are likely an undercount given different testing strategies at facilities and

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