Griezmann: “The second leg at home will be very different”

first_imgGame of return: “Now we have to play at home, which is very different. Before we have the Classic and then the return of Champions at home, which will be very different.”Sensations: “We know it is a very important week and we are very focused on it. Now we have to go back to Barcelona to recover and prepare the Classic.”Favorite role in Champions: “We are going game by game. We have a long way to go, we have one lap left and we have to win it. Then we will think about the quarterfinals.” Happy for the match and the result ?: “We had come to win and it could not be. It was hard to find and create spaces and knock on the door. In the end we played with his fatigue and created more chances.”Lack of depth: “You have to work on that. Sometimes you see me and sometimes you don’t. It’s me who has to create spaces. We’re working on that.”last_img read more

Vivos Upcoming NEX 3 Phone Proves the Headphone Jack Isnt Completely Dead

first_imgSamsung may have put the final nail in the 3.5-millimeter minijack’s coffin, but there’s a tiny band of small manufacturers that are resisting what seems inevitable. The latest one: Vivo.The Chinese manufacturer is known for its experimental flagship phones. In fact, I would say that Vivo is perhaps the company that takes more risks that anyone else. It introduced pop-up cameras and in-display fingerprint scanners for the first time, adopted dual-screen phones, and made this completely seamless phone with a sound-emitting vibrating display with no ports whatsoever. Which is why the announcement of a 3.5-millimeter jack in the upcoming Vivo NEX 3 flagship is quite shocking. According to a post by Vivo NEX product manager, “the 3.5-mm headphone jack will be in the future NEX flagship.”The phone — which you can see in sketches above — will also have a display with a tight curve on the sides. And, from the look of it, it may have an in-display or a pop-up selfie camera. Check out the glass Vivo will use, which shows no punch holes or water drops.RECOMMENDED VIDEOS FOR YOU…logoCreated with Sketch. Tech This Out: New Nintendo Switch Battery, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus, iPhone 11 LaunchMore VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpTech This Out – Warner Streaming Service, Galaxy Note Renders And Nintendo Switch Lite02:14OffAutomated Captions – en-USLive00:0003:1603:16 (Image credit: Vivo)Why is the vanguardist Vivo adding a technology to a flagship that has been effectively deprecated by the top 5 manufacturers in the world — Samsung, Huawei, Apple, Xiaomi, and Oppo? Even Sony got rid of it. Perhaps small manufacturers with single digit market shares are looking for ways to distinguish their flagships from the Big Five’s. Like LG and its upcoming LG G8x ThinQ, the Asus Zenfone 6Z or this future Vivo NEX. It may not be that, but that seems like a plausible answer. And, while I don’t know how long this is going to last, it’s good that there are still options available for people who want a flagship with a 3.5-mm minijack.The Best Phones that Still Have a Headphone Jacklast_img read more

This falls Android Developer Conference in San Fr

first_imgThis fall’s Android Developer Conference in San Francisco showed developers the expanding possibilities in Android development. We caught up with Jeff McVeigh, general manager of performance client and visual computing within Intel’s Developer Products Division, at AnDevCon to discuss cross-platform development and tools as well as what it takes to create a great Android application.(Related: Android developer conference shows expanding products)last_img