Saturday, August 12, 2017

You can also have Google’s HDR+ Technology in your Smartphone


Google's HDR+ technology has recently made headlines as it allows taking sharp and crystal clear photos. But does that mean only Google smartphone holders can benefit from this technology?

Well not anymore - your smartphone can too have the same techology and ability ony if !!

Yes, if you have a Snapdragon 820/821/835 powered smartphone, you may have this technology in your phone mainly because it is a software related facility not hardware related arrangement.




The good news have been posted on the 4PDA forum by a Ukrainian developer which boasts that the modified version of Google Camera v4.4.012.156195200 can be installed on any phone powered by the Hexagon 680 Image Signal Processor.

The ISP is found on premium Qualcomm SoCs including the Snapdragon 820, 821, and 835. So if you have any of the smartphones like OnePlus 5, LG G6, OnePlus 3T, and some others, you are lucky to have this software work for you.

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Friday, August 11, 2017

iPhone 8 reportedly capable of shooting 4K 60FPS video from Front and Back Cameras


While iPhone 8 is still shrouded in mystery, it is reportedly been known that it is capable of shooting 4K 60 FPS videos from both front and back cameras.

The information seems to have been gathered from HomePod firmware and codes contained therein, which is something that future buyers may be interested in.




Previously the iPhone 7's capability to shoot K4 videos was restricted to 30 frames per seconds (FPS) - so if the 60 FPS news come true, iPhone 8 will have an edge over its compatriots.

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Thursday, July 27, 2017

Here Comes USB 3.2 - Twice the speed of existing USBs

Everyone who owns a computer is always on the lookout of a data transfer device like a USB which uploads or downloads a data at a higher speed to save time as some USBs are too sluggish and slow. But not anymore.

We may now have a USB which is claimed to be twice faster than existing USB 3. The newly announced USB 3.2 is reported to have the data transfer rate of 20 GB per second as against 10 GB per second as that of USB 3.1.




That is the good news - but the bad news is that gadgets supporting USB 3.2 will not be available in the market soon.

A report says that the new USB  will probably benefit those who deal with 4K videos, movies and photography and require faster transfer speeds.

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SimSim Mobile Wallet Launched in Pakistan

Mobile phones have recently become a handy tool to do almost everything - from talking to friend live through many applications that offer free video chat to writing a document on Office and send it to the office or to a client when traveling in a subway.

There are many applications that allow instant transfer of money either through banks or other micro finance companies. And in this field here comes SimSim: Yet another easy money transfer company for transfer of money for free to other SimSim user or even to the bank, though it would charge a nominal amount.

The good thing about the SimSim wallet, which is like a famous EasyPaisa mobile account, that if you are out of cash, you can do so through ATM machines (SimSim comes with ATM card) or IBFT (Online bank transfer) to any of your other bank accounts.




To create a SimSim account you have to download its app from the Play Store or Apple AppStore. Once installed, you just have to complete a sign-up form that will ask for your name, CNIC, father’s name and mother’s name.

I read the review at ProPakistan by Aamir Atta and thought to share it with my readers to add to their interest. For details please read the full post here

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Monday, July 17, 2017

Apple no more Steve Jobs dream?

Steve Jobs gave Apple fame all over the world with his innovative and futuristic approach. But is current Apple administration pursuing Steve Jobs' dream? Not anymore !!

This may come as a surprise to many but the fact of the matter is that Steve Jobs' era has finally come to an end, so sayeth a former Apple creative director.  Hugh Dubberly, Apple's former creative director, is quoted to have feared that Apple is in danger of being left behind by Samsung now that the company is in the post Steve Jobs era.




Dubblery has attributed Apple's losing the race to a fundamental change going at Apple and not that Samsung has something new up its sleeve. The embedding or otherwise a Touch ID sensor in iPhone 8 is being seen as a crucial change from Steve Jobs' future plans.

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Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Irresistible Andy Rubin's new Essential Phone


There has been no change on the smart phones fields for long, dominated by Apple and Samsung and it really was time that we came to see something different, attractive and exciting, Essential to our needs.

So here it is: Andy Robin's Essential phone that may have many attractions and features some of us have been wanting to see and possess for quite some time. Even otherwise, don't you think we have had enough of Apple's i Phones and Samsung's Galaxy series?

What do we have it here anyway - well for one its is rather expensive with a price tag of almost $700, $699 to be exact with an end to end complete screen, giving a larger, clearer and stunning view, and off course off setting Samsung Galaxy S8's larger screen.. 




This new phone from the inventor of Android comes with a Qualcomm 835 processor, 4 GB of RAM, and 128 GB of storage with a promising screen and no annoying logos.

Essential will ship a 360-degree camera that can click in to the top of the phone, and the company will also offer a charging dock. Both connect to the phone with small metal pogo pins. They won’t entirely replace USB-C for most people, but Essential is clearly hoping that they could someday, opines Dieter Bohn at The Verge.

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Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Blue Ray Disk Piracy now possible

The HD Blue Ray disk has been out of reach of many due to its price and its inbuilt ability to let the pirates pirate it. But not anymore.

Torrent Freak has reported that the first pirated ultra HD blue ray disk is now available on line. The first disk to be pirated is pf "Smurfs 2."




The disk is reported to have appeared on the well known private torrent trackers Ultra HD club and IPT.

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