Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Nokia 2 launched in Pakistan

Nokia has been very popular in Pakistan as it has been one of the first brand of cell phones since cell phones came to this part of the world. Many users still cling to its earliest models for its robustness.

Now here is the good news: Nokia has officially launched Nokia 2 in Pakistan. The sleek frame phone feels and looks impressive with its 5-inch LTPS LCD HD display. 

What is exclsuive to this phone is its awesome battery life which can last up to 48 hours.




Some of the important features or Nokia 2 are:
  • CPU: Quad-core 1.3 GHz Cortex-A7
  • Chipset: Qualcomm MSM8909v2 Snapdragon 212
  • OS: Android 7.1 (Oreo 8.0 promised)
  • Supported Networks: 2G, 3G, 4G VoLTE.
  • Dimensions: 143.5 x 71.3 x 9.3 mm (5.65 x 2.81 x 0.37 in
  • IP52 certification (Drip resistance)
  • Display: 5-inch LTPS IPS LCD with 720p (720 x 1280) resolution, 16M colors (~294 ppi)
  • Memory:
  • RAM: 1 GB
  • Internal: 8 GB
  • Card slot: yes, by up to 128 GB
  • Camera:
  • Primary: 8MP, autofocus, LED flash
  • Secondary: 5MP fixed-focus
  • Connectivity: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, hotspot
  • Battery: 4,100 mAh
As per the initial details available, Nokia 2 will be available for Rs. 11,430 - a very economical and affordable price

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Wednesday, November 8, 2017

iPhone X: The Most Breakable iPhone Ever

Everyone seems to be rushing to buy iPhone X - the latest from Apple. But is it worth it, specially if you have a habit of dropping your phone much too often?

Well if you are, then there are bad news that you should not own iPhone X as the series of drop tests show that this very expensive phone, costing a dollar less than one thousand, is the worst phone ever when it comes to dropping it from 6 feet.

Don't believe me - well scroll down for the video below to see the drop tests and you will dismayed by the Apple's claims about the durability of its screen and back cover.




But here just a few results:
  • The back down drop test from 6 feet showed a shattered loose glass with splintering effect.
  • Side drop test from same height resulted into OLED screen malfunction with edge scratches, home swipe failure and display separation.
  • And the tumble test for 60 seconds resulted into Face ID failure, Home swipe failure beside being shattered and splintered.
Do you expect such an expensive phone shattering and splintering with number of malfunctions just in ONE SINGLE drop? Well I wouldn't as I am no Saudi prince.

Watch the drop test video now:

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Monday, November 6, 2017

China leaves behind USA in Drone Technology


USA has been, though very recently, boasting of its superiority in drone technology and its drones have virtually no rival around the globe - but not any more.

China, which has taken over the world economic activity and boats of its product hegemony all over the world, has now started to threaten the USA in military gadgets and hardware as well. And in the field of surveillance drones, it seems to have outclassed the American hegemony and technology.

China has recently unveiled a surveillance drone that can operate almost 12.5 miles above sea level, far beyond the range of all types of anti aircraft defenses. Thus far, American RQ-4 Global Hawk has been the highest-flying drone that could operate at altitudes of 60,000 feet. But in a recent test, Chinese engineers surpassed that, flying an experimental drone at 82,000 feet, reports Euge K Chow.




Dubbed a drone “death zone” as the air at this elevation makes it difficult to generate lift and extremely low temperatures cause electrical equipment like batteries to fail. These cheap yet stealthy high altitude drones put China ahead of Americans in near space race.

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Sunday, October 29, 2017

Beware: iPhone face recognition feature may be a security hazard


The new face recognition feature in the iPhone X is something new and may excite many apple users - though for the time being.

The analysts fear that the new feature may be used  by law enforcement agencies besides being used for nefarious uses by marketers. Rather than a facility, it will become a 24-hour surveillance of the users.




Already researchers at the Georgetown University are of the opinion that the law enforcement database includes  facial recognition, without their consent.

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Friday, October 6, 2017

Seagate announces High End HDDs with 12 TB Capacity


The storage requirements of users are never ending. I remember when I bought my first computer back in 1994, it had a hard drive of 20 MB only - but at that time I felt elvated to have this big HDD.

But now times have changed. From MBs to GBs and now from a couple of TBs, we are sky rocketing to storage capacities as big as 12 TBs. Yes, Seagate, one of the leading HDD manufacturers has recently unveiled a wide range of high end HDD with capacity up to 12 TBs.

The three 12 TB HDDs unveiled by Seagate and their price ranges are:
  • IronWolf Standard: $390 
  • IronWolf Pro: $440 
  • BarraCuda Pro: $430 




Some of the specifications of the top of the line BarraCuda Pro HDD are as under:
  1. 7200 RPM
  2. Large onboard cache (256MB)
  3. BarraCuda Pro 12TB draws only 7.8W, making it one of the lowest-power 3.5-inch drives on the market
  4. SATA 6Gb/s interface
  5. Up to 250MB/s maximum sustained transfer rate
  6. 5-year warranty
  7. 2 years of data recovery included (Seagate Rescue)
  8. Capacities available: 12 TB, 10 TB, 8 TB, 6 TB, 4 TB, 2 TB
So feel rich and store as much as you like - but what is beyond TBs and when?

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Tuesday, October 3, 2017

iOS 11.0.2 released for bug fixing in iPhone and iPad

iOS 11.0.2 has been released by Apple for its iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices.

The latest release is basically meant to fix update since iOS 11 launched in September. The build number is 15A421.




The iOS 11.0.2 aims at bug fixeing and performance improvements, including a fix for crackly audio during phone calls on iPhone 8, a bug that caused some photos not to show up in user’s libraries and resolves an issue relating to attachments in encrypted email.

View the video below on the updates for hidden features of iOS 11:
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Thursday, September 28, 2017

5G preparing its entry into Pakistan Telecoms Industry


After successful upgradaton of 3G spectrum to 4G, Pakistan now braces to welcome 5G spectrum to its telecoms industry. Already the 3G/4G users in Pakistan have reached 44.49 million.

Seeing the popularity and growing users of 3/4G, the federal government of Pakistan has allowed test and development of 5G in Pakistan.




A news reports that ITU-R has recently published the key requirements related to the minimum technical performance of IMT-2020 (or 5G) candidate radio interface technologies. Similarly, another key standard development organization, e.g. 3GPP, in close collaboration with industry and academia is developing the specifications for 5G which is scheduled to be released to ITU-R by the 2019 deadline.

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