Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Why should you opt for VivoV20


Well Apple's new iPhone 12 with super fast 5G connectivity is a dream phone for many around the world. But what is best for general population use?

Here is VivoV20 with a magnificent 44 megapixel eye focus AF Selfie phone which will keep you in focus always and for every situation. The main front camera with AF can focus sharply from 15cm, and zoom out to infinity

Its specifications include Qualcomm Snapdragon 720 all packed in a 7.38 mm trendy slim design.



And if that is not all. It has a extremely efficient 64 megapixel camera for night or low light environment. It has a 33W flash Charge.

So while iPhone 12 comes in your pocket, enjoy beautiful portraits that are rich with color and depth with an affordable Vivo20. The Ultra HD main front camera captures detail so intricate, it can withstand even extreme zooming.

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Apple introduces iPhone 12 with super fast 5G connectivity

Apple in a live event has unveiled its newts iPhone12 which it boasts to have a fast 5G connectivity. The event was live by millions from around the world. The new phone is price tagged at $799 with pre-orders opening October 16. 

The new phone comes with a 12 megapixel camera and has a new OLED screen made of tough glass ceramic. This will ensure its robustness when fell accidently. The camera has a seven system lens that will improve its low-light performance considerably. he exterior design looks similar to the 2010 iPhone 4, with rounder edges.




Side by side, Apple has laso introduced a new mini iPhone with a 5.4 inch screen for around $699.

Watch the unveiling video below:

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Sunday, April 12, 2020

Cellphone app will now alert if someone within close vicinity of Covid-19 affected person


In order to stay away from a potential Covid-19 carrier, apps are being developed  that would warn if one is close to a affected person.

Apps to use Bluetooth signals to track phones the user comes into contact with and  now people will be alerted if they may have been exposed to someone with Covid-19. However, the app will only work if a person using the app who has been tested positive for Covid-19 and has uploaded his data to a public database. If there's a match, the person will receive a message indicating when and where they might have been exposed, along with guidance as to whether they should just watch for symptoms, seek testing, or self-quarantine.




Apple and Google are joining forces to develop technology where smartphones can warn users that they may potentially be exposed to coronavirus. 

However, the implementation has raised concerns over potential beaches of privacy, though the tech giants insist that the data will be anonymous and that 'privacy, transparency and consent are of utmost importance'. There's also the likelihood of a high number of false positives due to the imprecise nature of Bluetooth itself.

Watch an interactive video on Smartphone-Assisted, Privacy-Preserving Covid-19 Contact Tracing:
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Saturday, March 28, 2020

Google pledges $800 million to coronavirus relief


It has been reported that Google committing more than $800 million to help small businesses dealing with the coronavirus pandemic. The aid will come in cash and advertising credits for the search giant's platforms. 

Reporting Google's decision that was announced Friday, CNET adds quoting Google CEO that $800+ million commitment is to support small- and medium-sized businesses, health organizations and governments, and health workers on the front line of this global pandemic.




It is added that The biggest chunk of the package will be in the form of $340 million in ad credits for small- and medium-sized businesses. 

Google also said it's working with one of its supply chain partners to ramp up production of 2 to 3 million face masks for the CDC Foundation, which supports the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's critical health protection work.

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Monday, March 2, 2020

SpaceX prototype Starship explodes during test flight


There is a bad news for people who have been anxiously waiting to travel in space by the ambitious venture SpaceX prgramme. It has been revealed from a video that the prototype Starship prototype "SN1" has apparently exploded during a pressure test Friday.

NASA Spaceflight reported that the partial rocket failed during a cryogenic pressure test after one of its tanks filled with liquid nitrogen.



However, the company continues to work toward the next test flight of Starship in the coming months, which will aim to send it to serious altitude for the first time, up to about 12.4 miles (20 km).

Watch the video below of the accident:

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Thursday, November 14, 2019

Apple relaunches Mac with 16 inch screen


Mac is back again as Apple launches its latest Mac with a 16 inch Retina Display and 8-core processor.

The machine that carries a price tag of $2,399 and is available online, comes with a 64GB memory and a magic keyboard that is stronger than its predecessor.

'With its brilliant 16-inch Retina display, 8-core processors, next-gen pro graphics, even better thermal design, new Magic Keyboard, six-speaker sound system, 100 Wh battery, up to 8 TB of storage and 64GB of fast memory, the 16-inch MacBook Pro is the world's best pro notebook,' boasts Apple.




And this is not the end of this news. Apple is also set to launch its new Mac Pro desktop in December starting at $5,999.

Watch this video below to see how the new Mac looks like:
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Thursday, June 27, 2019

Apple planning to shift upto 30% of its production capacity from China


Amid US-China tussle and sanctions, there are more news, both good and bad pouring out from China and US stakeholders. 

The good news is that Apple is planning to shift upto 30% of its production capacity from China to Southeast Asia, which will create more jobs in the Southeast Asian countries and bring in more capital. And the bad news is that proportionally the Chinese workforce be badly hit due to this decision as they may be rendered jobless.

After sanctions imposed by US on Chineses tech giant Huawei, the sales of Apple products, specially the iPhones, has been badly hit as Chinese have thrown away their iPhones in favour of Huawei products.




It may be added that Apple depends heavily on manufacturing in China, which the company now thinks is too great a risk because a credit rating agency named Fitch said that it observes Apple, Dell Technologies Inc and HP as potential blacklist candidates if China planned to blacklist US companies as payback for restrictions on Huawei.


Although, Apple has not set any deadline for its suppliers to develop a proposal for transfer, Nikkei forecasts that it would take at least 18 months to initiate production after choosing a suitable location.

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