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New Galaxy S10 and S10+

New Galaxy S10 and S10+

The Galaxy S10 Makes Screen Protectors…Complicated

C Okiorina : Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+The new Galaxy S10 and S10+ are now splayed out in all their glory, and before we even pried them open, we noticed an interesting new feature: pre-installed screen protectors.
This was rather nice of Samsung to include because you can’t install just any screen protector on the S10 or S10+.
And since it scored a measly 3 out of 10 on our repairability scorecard, you definitely need a screen protector — and probably a case — on this phone.

Optical fingerprint sensors can handle a broader range of screen protectors because the sensor can easily see through the clear film or glass to take a gander at your fingerprint. The ultrasonic sensor on the S10s, however, uses sound waves to read your fingerprint, which limits the type of screen protector you can use on the phone. (The S10e is exempt from this since it uses an old-school capacitive sensor within the power button).

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EuroCup Women 2019

EuroCup Women 2019

Watch the Semi-Finals game between Famila Schio and Nadezhda from the EuroCup Women 2019

Info : FIBA Women’s EuroBasket 2019 marks the 37th edition of the continental showpiece event and will be co-hosted by Latvia and Serbia. From June 27 to July 7, Europe’s best players will come together in the cities of Riga, Nis, Zrenjanin and Belgrade to fight for the coveted title of European Champions.

Source : Full Schedule

Les ambitions de Lemou Benga

Les ambitions de Lemou Benga

Lemou Benga (FIBA Afrique) : « Nous allons poussé ces fédérations nationales à devenir des leaders »

Le chargé du département des fédérations nationales de la FIBA Afrique, Lemou Benga, a officiellement remis au président de la fédération sénégalaise de basket, Babacar Ndiaye, un lot de ballons et de chrono scores.

Ceci dans le cadre du projet « FIBA 360 Basketball » qui prend en compte neuf fédérations ciblées après plusieurs années d’évaluation.

Benga considère ce geste comme une première étape dans leur ambition de hisser les fédérations africaines aux standards internationaux : « Les équipements sont estimés à 30 millions de FCFA, c’est un premier pas que nous posons »

Source : News Basket Beafrika

C Okiorina : Lemou Benga (FIBA Afrique)