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Microsoft GitHub announces code editor Atom will be retired in favor of Visual Studio Code

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Microsoft GitHub announced that it will retire Atom and will archive all projects under the organization on December 15, 2022.

Here is the GitHub blog content:

“When we launched Atom in 2011, we set out to provide developers with a text editor that was deeply customizable but also easy to use, enabling more people to build software. While the goal of growing a community of software creators remained, we decided Retire Atom to further our commitment to bringing fast and reliable software development to the cloud with Microsoft Visual Studio Code and GitHub Codespaces.

Today, we are announcing that Atom will be retired and all projects under the organization will be archived on December 15, 2022.

Why did you do this?

Atom has had no major feature development over the past few years, although we’ve done maintenance and security updates in the meantime to ensure we’re good stewards of projects and products. Over the years, participation in the Atom community has dropped significantly as new cloud-based tools have emerged and developed. Therefore, we decided to retire Atom so that we can focus on enhancing the developer experience in the cloud with GitHub Codespaces.

It’s a tough goodbye. It’s worth mentioning that Atom is the foundation of the Electron framework, which has paved the way for creating thousands of applications, including Microsoft Visual Studio Code, Slack, and GitHub Desktop. However, reliability, security, and performance are at the heart of GitHub, and in order to best serve the developer community, we archive Atom to prioritize technologies that support the future of software development.

What happens next?

We recognize that the community is still using Atom and would like to acknowledge that migrating to an alternative solution will take time and effort. We are committed to helping users and contributors plan their migrations.

Today, we are announcing our retirement date in six months.

Over the next six months, we will continue to notify users of Atom retirements on product and atom.io.

On December 15, 2022, we will archive the atom/atom repository and all other repositories remaining in the Atom organization.

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GitHub and our community benefit greatly from those who submit issues, create extensions, fix bugs, and build new features on Atom. Atom plays an integral role in the journey of many developers, and we look forward to building and shaping the next chapter of software development together. “

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For the first time, iPhone shares outperformed Samsung in South Korea

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According to a report in South Korea’s “Asia Daily,” the South Korean smartphone market, which is regarded as Samsung’s “home,” is undergoing new changes. Apple entered the second half of the year with a market share of less than 20%. Later, it became more aggressive, and its presence in the Korean market increased significantly.

According to data from Stat Counter, a website traffic statistics service, the iPhone’s share of the Korean smartphone market increased from 27.28% in June to 34.1% in September.

On the other hand, Samsung’s market share has been declining. The market share fell from 66.11% in June to 63.98% in July and 59.47% in August, from 66.11% in June to 63.98% in July and 59.47% in August. In September, the decline continued, and its market share fell to 58.38%. South Korea’s domestic market for Samsung This is the first time the percentage has dropped below 60%.

Prior to 2020, Apple’s market share in South Korea was less than 20%. Due to LG Electronics’ announcement to close its mobile phone business last year, Apple’s market share in South Korea surpassed 20% for the first time, but it has remained stable for several years. 60-70% of Samsung Electronics is still different.

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TelegramAccording to the report, Samsung’s Game Optimization Service (GOS) sparked outrage earlier this year by artificially slowing down some of its devices, while Apple gradually increased purchase subsidies for older iPhone models, propelling the iPhone’s market share in South Korea to more than 30% for the first time.

The industry predicts that Apple’s market share will increase further in the fourth quarter, owing to the release of the iPhone 14 series. Furthermore, in South Korea, Apple has opened four Apple Stores.

Samsung recently reduced the ex-factory price of the Galaxy S21 series and increased the purchase subsidy for the latest folding screen smartphone Galaxy Z Flip 4 by 100,000 won on the original basis, in an attempt to consolidate the market by playing the “price card” Advantage.

The Galaxy S23 series, Samsung’s flagship smartphone, is expected to be released early next year. The entire series is expected to be equipped with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor and support 25W wired fast charging.

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Huawei Watch D: first smartwatch to measure blood pressure monitoring will launch in Europe on October 12

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Huawei will launch its first medical smartwatch the Huawei Watch D in the European market on October 12, 2022, and the first sale will happen on the same day. This is great news for European consumers, especially for those looking to purchase a new smartwatch, who now have another option.

For your information, Huawei Watch D is not a new wristwatch; the tech company launched this smartwatch in December 2021 in China, and it is now ready to enter the global market. According to information, the Huawei Watch D starts at 3,130 yuan (approximately 440 USD) for global consumers.

In addition, we remind you that it is a watch that has been registered by the FDA in China as a class II medical device because it can detect various vital parameters of the user.

Furthermore, Huawei announced last month at IFA 2022 that the smartwatch would be available in Europe soon, but now we have a specific date: the smartwatch will be available in Germany on, October 12, 2022. Apart from this, in the near future, the Huawei Watch D will be available in more global markets like Italy and the watch cost could be 399 euros.

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TelegramHuawei Watch D Key Specifications:

Huawei Watch D has a 1.64-inch AMOLED display with a 456 x 280-pixel resolution. The smartwatch has a water-resistant aluminum body with dimensions of 51 x 38 x 13.6 mm and a weight of 40.9 grams, as well as IP68 certification and a battery that should last up to 7 days.

Other Huawei Watch D features include an accelerometer, gyroscope, temperature sensor, environmental sensor, Huawei TruSeen 5.0+ heart rate monitor, blood oxygen level sensor, TruSleep 2.0 sleep quality monitoring sensor, stress sensor, Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity, NFC, and GPS.

Furthermore, the Huawei Watch D smartwatch has 70 sports modes. Huawei’s smartwatch can detect cardiac arrhythmias and measure blood pressure. Huawei Watch D runs on the HarmonyOS 2.0 operating system and is compatible with devices running Android 6, iOS 12, and HarmonyOS 2.0 or higher.

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Google Pixel Watch live images and Strap leaked ahead of the launch [Gallery]

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Google is preparing to release the Google Pixel Watch, which will be available on October 6th alongside the Pixel 7 series. We already know about the Pixel Watch’s features, specifications, estimated price, and other details, but ahead of the launch, live images of the Google Pixel Watch have surfaced on the internet.

On the other hand, the Pixel Watch strap has also leaked on the internet, heightening interest in the Pixel Watch, and the wait is only two days long. According to a Reddit user who has posted a series of photos showing us the Google Pixel Watch in action, adding that it is thinner than he expected.

Google Pixel Watch Gallery:

Following the photos of the live smartwatch, here is its first unboxing, which reveals the contents of the sales package:

The price of the Active strap has been revealed:

Those who purchase the first Google smartwatch will be able to select from a variety of optional straps, and some interesting details about the one called Active have emerged in the last few hours.

The Droid-Life team was able to obtain two colors of this strap, Chalk, and Lemongrass, while also anticipating what the official price set by the Mountain View giant will be: whoever wants to purchase this accessory will have to be prepared to pay 49 dollars.

The measurements of the two available versions, Small (for wrists measuring 130 to 175 mm) and Large, can be found on the back of the package (for wrists from 165 to 210 mm).

Instructions on how to attach and detach the band from the watch are also included in the sales package, as is advice on how to clean the accessory.

According to the Droid-Life staff, the quality of the materials used by Google for these straps appears to be very high (enough to justify the price), while the removal and installation appear to be a little complicated, as there appears to be some sort of “strap safety button” that must be pressed before performing a sliding maneuver to detach or attach it.

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