10. Samsung Although Samsung concentrates mostly on the smartphone and TV market nowadays, they do offer some decent laptops. Their overall features are inferior to those of their competition, but what they lack in performance they make up for in customer and technical support. Customers have complained about their poor battery life and underwhelming design, but they still have a few models worth considering.
Google is sharing new plans for 992 emoticons that it has redone with an emphasis on "making them more all inclusive, available and true". The organization said it will initially be accessible in Gmail and Google Chat, while they will come to Chromebooks with a further developed emoticon picker in Chrome OS 92 toward the finish of July.