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Rumors of iPhone 13 to use satellites directly, boosts Globalstar shares by 50%
Satellite service provider, Globalstar shares rose rapidly more than 50% Monday after a report that the following iPhone will be able to use satellite communications.
TFI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicted in a letter to investors last weekend that: Apple is “optimistic about the trend of satellite communications” and “probably will” include the ability to connect to alien networks in its upcoming iPhone. Read more here.
PayPal hires expert to expand its stock trading platform for US customers
PayPal recently hired TradeKing co-founder Richard Hagen to manage a new unit at the company called Invest at PayPal as the company “explores” the idea of allowing its users to trade individual stocks in the US.
Hagan talked about his new job on his LinkedIn profile, saying he is “leading PayPal’s efforts to explore opportunities in the consumer investment industry.” Read more here.
Samsung releases Walkie Talkie app for its new Galaxy Watch
Samsung announced the release of a new walkie talkie app for the Galaxy Watch 4 and Watch 4 Classic on Tuesday, allowing watch owners to have push-to-talk conversations with each other using the wearable.
The app development was announced in May by SamMobile ahead of the official announcement of the watch, but the app release was reported by XDA Developers and is now available for download from the Google Play Store. Read more here.
Telegram version 8.0 reveals live streams with unlimited viewers to group, channels
messaging app, Telegram announced the release of version 8.0 from his app. The new version allows live streams to be viewed by an unlimited number of viewers, from the previous limit of 1,000.
The new update version 8.0 of the app includes more options in message forwarding and a shortcut to switch channels and is now available on both iOS and Android. Read more here.
The launch of Windows 11 on October 5 will not support the Android app
Redmond tech giant Microsoft has announced that there will be no support for Android apps on Windows 11 when the operating system launches on October 5.
Microsoft won’t be previewing the feature until the coming months, while Android apps running on Windows 11 are one of the operating system’s big new features. Read more here.
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