Apple is reportedly planning to release updated iPads and MacBook laptops with OLED displays. These OLED devices will go into production by the end of 2021, and likely early next year. They are rumoured to exist alongside their upcoming Macbooks with Mini-LED displays.
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Samsung has announced the launch of the Galaxy XCover 5, a rugged, yet sleek-to-hold smartphone that is engineered for use in tough work environments such as in the field and factories. This is Samsung’s first rugged Galaxy smartphone after the Galaxy S7 Active smartphone, which they released back in 2016.
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JBL has announced three new updates in their Bluetooth wireless speaker range in India, namely the Boombox 2, Go 3 and Clip 4. They feature water-resistant designs, powerful sound, long battery lives, Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity, USB-C charging and more.
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Yesterday, Qualcomm announced “Snapdragon Sound”, an ecosystem of sorts containing a suite of optimised technologies that will work in harmony with devices, and is designed to provide users with the best audio experience. Qualcomm has designed these technologies for users for when listening to streaming music, communicating on the phone, or wirelessly gaming.
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Samsung has introduced their next generation image sensor technology called ISOCELL 2.0. It builds upon their ISOCELL Plus technology, which was announced back in 2018, further enhancing the light capture capabilities, colour fidelity and allowing the creation of sensors with greater pixel density.
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A few weeks ago, Twitter revealed that they were looking into different ways to generate revenue through the platform, such as subscription services for premium features. The company is now developing e-commerce features for Twitter, which would enable selling products through them.
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Microsoft has released a new app for iOS users called Group Transcribe that can provide real-time, high quality transcription and translation during group calls. The apps is designed to increase productivity during team meetings and group sessions by allowing participants be present without being distracted about taking notes.
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After launching 3 graphics card in their Radeon 6000 series lineup back in October 2020, AMD has announced the next card in the lineup, called the Radeon RX 6700 XT. It is built on a 7nm process node, based on AMD’s RDNA 2 gaming architecture, and has a suggested retail price of $479.
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In the world of Mixed-reality, Microsoft has been at the forefront for many years now. The company recently showcased a new MR platform called Microsoft Mesh at their Ignite digital conference, which is designed to help developers build immersive, multiuser, cross-platform mixed reality apps
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DJI, leaders in the commercial drone industry, has announced the launch of their newest FPV drone, capable of first-person view operation and high-speed performance. The drone uses their proprietary OcuSync 3.0 technology along with their HD transmission technology, enable pilots to view at up to 1440×810p 120 fps, with latencies as low as 28ms.
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Google is now bringing improvements to multiple User Profiles in their Chrome browser for Desktop. Similar to how User Profiles works in Windows 10, each Chrome User Profile can have their own browser colors and themes, passwords and more, and it is now easier swap between user profiles.
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During their Unbox & Discover event, Samsung introduced a whole range of TVs, monitors and soundbars across multiple lineups for the year 2021. New models were announced in their Micro LED, Neo QLED, Lifestyle TV lineups, along with updates to their Odyssey Gaming monitors and sound systems.
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LG has announced the launch of the newest member of their OLED family of TVs, called the 48CX. It is the smallest TV in the lineup, featuring their Alpha 9 processor, support for Dolby Vision IQ, Dolby Atmos, HGiG colour profile for HDR gaming and more.
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Fresh rumours of Apple’s plans for the 2022 iPhone series have surfaced. Popular Apple analyst, Ming Chi-Kuo has revealed in a report that Apple will release a new updated iPhone SE smartphone in 2022, and that some models will ditch the notch-design in favour of a punch-hole.
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Back in 2019, there were rumours claiming that iPhones in 2021 will likely be completely port less. However, according to a new report from Ming-Chi Kuo, the iPhone 13 series will continue to use the Lightning port, and will also reportedly feature 120Hz displays and larger batteries built-in.
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