Sunday, June 16, 2019

Huawei Ships One Million Smartphones With Its New OS


Sanctions and restrictions always hurt - but in the short term. Those with resilience, determination and will to overcome the effects of sanctions always come up with home made solutions that reduce and then ultimately do away with dependency on others.

When american president recently placed sanctions on China's Huawei Company and all other American companies followed the suit, specially the Android, China did not show any signs of nervousness and rather announced that it will soon come up with its own OS.

And it did and very recently Huawei has announced that it has shipped a million smartphones with its own OS for testing purposes.




Wonderful Engineering reports that this move is actually part of a bigger battle that is raging; the trade war between China and the US. The US placed Huawei on its trade blacklist, thus preventing the company from producing or manufacturing any products within the US. This led to Huawei assessing its options for collaborations domestically.

So this is just the beginning and in days to come, there may many more surprises for the US.

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Sunday, May 26, 2019

Huawei Develops Its Own OS - Hongmeng

Sometimes restrictions and sanctions are productive rather than counter productive or punitive.  As the tussle between Android and other US based IT companies and Chinese Huawei continues, the Chinese giant has something up its sleeve to surprise Android, Google and all the rest standing firm against it.

Reportedly, Huawei is said to have developed its own OS to counter Android. In fact Huawei has been working on this project since 2012 to be on the safe side - Just in case !!

Huawei CEO Richard Yu is said to have stated in March that the company had come up with its own operating system, known as Hongmeng,





Considering the situation that has developing in the US recently, it appears that Huawei was right since the US has added Huawei and its affiliates to its trade blacklist, thus causing Google to end support for Huawei.

As reported by Wonderful Engineering earlier, this implies that Android will no longer be donned by Huawei future gadgets and the existing ones will be losing the support from Google, including any security updates etc. This means that Hongmeng will be the primary operating software that Huawei will be using for its devices.

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Thursday, April 11, 2019

Samsung A80 - World’s First 48 MP Rotating Triple Cameras Phone


The new Samsung A80 will be an ordinarily looking mid range smart phone but when it will hit the shelves, customers would run for it. Do you know why?

Well it would be the first smartphone with "Hole-Less Display" and  "48 MP Rotating Triple Camera" for both front and rear photography.




The 6.7 inch FHD+ Super AMOLED screen phone with 1080 X 2400 resolution and Sony-esque 20:9 aspect ratio will have a  new camera mechanism that has a main 48-megapixel camera alongside a pair of other sensors. One’s an UltraWide 8-megapixel offering while the other is a time-of-flight sensor, rather than an actual camera.

We are moving from the ‘era of the selfie’ to the ‘era of live’, where people are fostering more genuine and meaningful connections. Built to drive this evolution, the Galaxy A80 offers compelling innovations: a captivating, full-screen display, Samsung’s first revolutionary rotating camera and an intelligent battery, boasts Samsung.

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Tuesday, February 5, 2019

World's First Portable Microscope

Microscope has been one of the biggest invention that has made medical science prosper and treatment possible by examining blood and other samples. However, these professional gadgets have been confined to laboratories requiring trained staff to handle and interpret the results.

Now here are good news, even for armature photographers who can now zoom on to objects otherwise invisible to naked or camera eyes with 1000x zoom capability. Here comes the portable Microscope - the World's first that can allow ordinary photographers to look real close to the micro insects and plant anatomy. 


The gadget can be attached to the smartphone and is instantly available to view an object right inn the field in its living state.

Just view the video below and get to know how this portable microscope works:
I am already considering buying it when it is available at an "affordable price" - are you planning too?

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Monday, October 15, 2018

NASA plans for a cloud city of airships in the atmosphere of Venus

NASA is reported to be currently working on a conceptual manned mission to Venus, named the High Altitude Venus Operational Concept – (HAVOC).

However, NASA's new mission is not to land people on the inhospitable surface, but instead it is to use the dense atmosphere as a base for exploration. 

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No actual date for a HAVOC type mission has been publicly announced yet. 

This mission is a long term plan and will rely on small test missions to be successful first. Watch video below:
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Thursday, October 11, 2018

China to sell 48 high-end reconnaissance ans strike multi-purpose military drones to Pakistan

China is quoted to have announced its willingness sell 48 high-end military drones to its "all-weather ally" Pakistan.

This deal is likely to the largest deal of its kind, as per military observes.

The announcement by China to permit the sale of high-end military drones comes in the immediate backdrop of India's move to acquire S-400 sophisticated missile defence systems from Russia. The deal was clinched during last week's visit of Russian President Vladimir Putin to New Delhi.

Wing Loong II, a high-end reconnaissance, strike and multi-role endurance unmanned aircraft system, is manufactured by Chengdu Aircraft Industrial (Group) Company.

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Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Google Plus being Shut Down

Security vulnerabilities have forced Google to shut down Google Plus soon. The decision has been taken after security vulnerabilities were discovered threatening data of some 500,000 users.

However, Google has not issued any details of what these security vulnerabilities have been, which were discovered in March earlier this year.




Up to 438 applications made by other companies may have had access to the vulnerability through coding links called application programming interfaces. 

However, Google said it had found no evidence that outside developers were aware of the security flaw and no indication that any user profiles were touched. The flaw was fixed in an update made in March.

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