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THESE 7 GADGETS HELP YOU TO MAKE SMARTER

May 19, 2018

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1]  Google Home Max


An incredibly powerful speaker comes in a relatively small package in the Google Home Max. The smart speaker tunes itself to suit the space, so your favorite songs—or podcasts, or recipes—sound crystal clear no matter where you are in the room. The volume can reach an explosive volume, perfect for losing yourself in a workout or your favorite song. Plus, it’s all powered by the Google Assistant, so you can control your music hands-free, ask about traffic, the weather, the day’s schedule, and more.







2] Rachio WiFi Smart Lawn Sprinkler Controller

Extend your smart home’s reach to the outdoors with this sprinkler controller, which connects your preexisting sprinkler system and control box to your smartphone or voice assistant. You can start and stop the sprinklers or set a schedule from any where, and the app can automatically adjust your sprinkler settings based on the latest weather forecast—no more accidentally running the sprinklers in the rain. Best of all, installation is easy, and the item is eligible for rebates thanks to its propensity for water conservation.







3]  Nest Hello

Make it clear that your home is a smart one from the moment visitors arrive with the Nest Hello. This smart doorbell works in tandem with the Google Assistant (in the Home Mini, Home Max, or other smart Google Home device) to keep you up-to-date on what’s happening at your home, even if you aren’t there. The doorbell has a built-in camera, so you can see hi-res video and images of everyone who has come and gone from your home or keep an eye on delivered packages. Its motion alert capabilities will let you know you have visitors before they even ring the bell, and it can identify faces so frequent guests (friends, family, neighbors, etc.) get special treatment.


4]  Sobro Coffee Table
Start stocking your home with smart 

furniture with Sobro’s ingenious coffee table (or the side table, available starting in November), which boasts a slew of entertaining-friendly abilities, plus an attractive modular shape (available in white, black, or black with a wood finish). The table has built-in Bluetooth speakers, LED lighting, USB and outlet charging spots, a refrigerator, storage, and a durable glass top. Everything can be controlled through a panel on the table’s surface. With this in your living room, you really will never need to get off the couch





5] GROW Duo

Nurture a flourishing (mini-)garden with GROW, a smart planter that makes the process easy from start to finish. The planter shares data with a smartphone app that then offers step-by-step guidance, and a sensor in the soil manages automatic watering. The starter pack includes two produce-growing kits (plus soil, batteries, watering heads, and a hose connector), so you can get started right away.











6] Echo Spot   

Amazon’s beloved Echo gets a compact upgrade in the Spot, which features a small screen as the “face” of what is charmingly similar to an old-school table-top alarm clock. The Spot is fully equipped with the Alexa assistant and its many abilities, and the screen shows headlines, fun facts, tips, weather forecasts, and more. It can even double as an analog clock face when the device isn’t in use. At the top of the “face” is a small camera, so you can video chat friends and family with capable Echo devices (such as the Echo Show).


7] LG Styler
Take cleaning and sanitizing the items in your home to a whole new level with the LG Styler steam clothing care system. This laundry room addition sanitizes everything from pillows to plush toys to comforters with chemical-free steam, making it possible to get everything in your home clean and refreshed. The Styler neutralizes odors and reduces allergens (it’s even been certified by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America); it can also gently dry delicate clothing items and reduce wrinkles in dry clean–only items, extending time between cleanings. Laundry has never been smarter.


Valve Acquires Firewatch Developer Campo Santo

April 21, 2018
 In The Valley of Gods here. Firewatch, meanwhile, is set for release on theNintendo Switch in 2018.

Nubia Red Magic Gaming Smartphone Ahead Of April 19 announcement

April 17, 2018

Nubia Red Magic Gaming Smartphone Ahead Of April 19 announcement


Nubia Red Magic Gaming Smartphone Ahead Of April 19 announcement

ZTES brand Nubia recently announced that the company will launch the new Red Magic Gaming Smartphone on April 19.
Now a blurry image of the phone has surfaced online that shows new design. It is said to be powered by Snapdragon 845 with up to 8GB RAM and come with an air-cooled body to compete with Xiaomi Black Shark gaming phone that was introduced last week.


Nubia Red Magic Gaming Smartphone Ahead Of April 19 announcement

The phone is expected to feature lights on the back, black coloured body made of unique mater and three-dimensional structure for easier cooling when playing intensive games.

Nubia Red Magic Gaming Smartphone Ahead Of April 19 announcement

The companies CEO also recently shared a picture that shows curved edges, metal frame and a unique design. The phone is rumoured to feature a full HD+ (2160 x 1080 pixels) screen and stereo speakers along with Android Oreo with Nubia UI on top.

Sony Experia XZ2 With Dual Rear Cameras Announced

April 16, 2018

Sony Experia XZ2 With Dual Rear Cameras Announced


Sony Experia XZ2 With Dual Rear Cameras Announced



Sony a well-known brand just announced its latest flagship smartphone in XZ 2 series few months after the introduction of the Experia XZ2 at MWC 2018. It has a 5.8-inch 4K HDR screen with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection, 11% larger and 30% brighter than the 4K HDR display on the XZ Premium and the phone is powered by an Octa-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Mobile Platform and runs Android 8.0 (Oreo). It has a 3D glass body and features the same Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection on the back. It also has front-facing stereo speakers with S-Force Front Surround.

It has a new dual motion eye camera  with 19-megapixel 1/ 2.3″ Exmor RS memory stacked sensor, 960 fps super slow motion videos (FHD/HD), Predictive Capture, Anti-distortion shutter, Triple image sensing technology and 5-axis image stabilization for shake-free videos, along with a 12-megapixel monochrome secondary camera. It also has 4K HDR Movie recording and also offers ISO sensitivity 51200 for photos and ISO 12800 for video. It has a 13-megapixel front-facing camera, has IP65/68 ratings for dust and water resistance and packs a 3540mAh battery support for fast charging and also has Qi wireless charging.


Sony Experia XZ2 Specs


  • 5.8-inch (2160 x 3840 pixels) Triluminos HDR Display with Corning Gorilla Glass 5 protection
  • Octa-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Mobile Platform with Adreno 630 GPU
  • 6GB RAM, 64GB internal memory, expandable memory up to 400GB via microSD card
  • Android 8.0 (Oreo)
  • Single / Dual SIM
  • Water Resistant (IP65/IP68)
  • 19MP rear camera with Exmos RS sensor, 1/2.3″ sensor, f/1.8 aperture G Lens, 1.22μm pixel size, Predictive capture, 5-axis stabilization, 4K video recording, 960fps slow-motion video, secondary 12MP (Monochrome) camera with 1/2.3″ Exmor RS sensor, 1.55μm pixel size, f/1.6 aperture G Lens
  • 13MP front-facing camera with 1/ 3,06” Exmor RS sensor, 22mm wide-angle, f/2.0 aperture
  • USB Type-C audio, Stereo speaker with S-Force Front Surround, DSEE HX, LDAC
  • Fingerprint sensor
  • Dimensions: 158 x 80 x 11.9 mm; Weight: 236g
  • 4G VoLTE, WiFi 802.11 ac (2.4GHz / 5GHz) MIMO, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS/ GLONASS, NFC, USB 3.1 Type-C
  • 3540 mAh Battery with Qnovo Adaptive Charging technology, Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0, Qi Wireless charging
  • The Sony Xperia XZ2 Premium comes in Chrome Black and Chrome Silver colours and will be available globally from Summer 2018. No details about the pricing yet.

AMD launches 2nd gen Ryzen CPUs starting from Rs 12,990

April 16, 2018

AMD launches 2nd gen Ryzen CPUs starting from Rs 12,990


AMD launches 2nd gen Ryzen CPUs starting from Rs 12,990


AMD has launched its 2nd generation Ryzen processors in India and the processors start at Rs 12,990 and go up to Rs 24,490. The desktop class CPUs compete head-to-head with Intel's latest 8th generation processors.
AMD introduced Ryzen processors last year to regain its lost market share in the High-End Desktop (HEDT) segment. Breaking benchmarks set by the rival Intel processors, Ryzen processors offered great value for money at their retail price which was about half that of the Intel processors.
While Intel Core processors have a maximum of 6 cores for the top model in the 8th gen series, the base model of the 2nd generation AMD Ryzen have 6 cores at one-third of the price. AMD claims the new processor lineup offers world's highest multithreaded performance among desktop processors in its class.
The Ryzen 7 2700X that comes at Rs 24,490 (priced at $329 in the US) has 8 cores, 16 threads and a base clock speed of 3.7GHz with a max boost up to 4.3GHz. 
The 2700 also has the 8/16 core/thread count and the same amount of cache but has lower 3.2GHz/4.1GHz base/boost clock speed and a lower 65W TDP. It comes with the Wraith Spire cooler with RGB ring and is priced at $299.
The 2nd generation AMD Ryzen processors use the same Zen architecture as the previous one that AMD claims allowed it to push for a staggering 52 percent increase in the Instructions Per Clock, compared to the previous architecture.
All 2nd gen Ryzen desktop processors ship with the new AMD Wraith cooling unit, which AMD says offers improved thermal performance over the Wraith Max, a more compatible fan profile and enhanced lighting capabilities with per-RGB controls.
The Ryzen 7 2700 and Ryzen 5 2600 in 8 core and 6 core configurations respectively will sell for Rs 24,490 and Rs 15,490.
AMD has also launched the compatible AMD X470 chipset that supports the AM4 socket on the new processors and several designs will be sold by ASRock, ASUS, Gigabyte, and MSI. The older 300-series motherboards are also compatible with the new processors.
While the processors are available for pre-order, they will start shipping after April 19.

Whatsapp Fixes Cryptic Time Stamp Issue

April 15, 2018

Whatsapp Fixes Cryptic Time Stamp Issue

Whatsapp Fixes Cryptic Time Stamp Issue


A couple of days after WhatsApp started showing oddly cryptic timestamps on the beta version of the app for Android, an update issued today has fixed the issue. Until the update, timestamps for chats on the WhatsApp beta version for Android were showing as 84ODAY and 89ESTERDAY instead of ‘today’ and ‘yesterday’. The issue did not affect timestamps other than ‘Today’ and ‘Yesterday’ though, with the rest appearing normally with the date of the chat in place. The bug was visible for some within chat windows, while others could see it in the ‘Status’ section of the app.
Importantly, the bug did not cause any significant damage (that we know of), allowing users to continue using the app normally. It only created a visual anomaly in the timestamp, which meant that the fix was also relatively easy to execute. The issue was caused by the first letters in ‘Today’ and ‘Yesterday’ (T and Y) being replaced with their ASCII codes, which are 84 and 89 respectively. Additionally, the bug has affected only users of WhatsApp beta on Android, with the stable version of the app on all platforms including Android, as well as beta versions for other platforms, remaining unaffected.
With the latest update, things have gone back to normal even for WhatsApp beta on Android users. Notably, WhatsApp beta users get early access to in-development features on the app and get a chance to test out any new features as such. However, the beta version of the app is less stable than the primary release and thus may cause problems such as this bug. This particular bug turned out to be harmless and easy to fix, and only caused some mild amusement for users.
WhatsApp recently came under scrutiny due to the privacy concerns that are currently plaguing its parent company Facebook. However, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has stated that Facebook systems cannot see the content of messages on WhatsApp, thanks to the level of encryption in place. The platform collects very little user information, according to Zuckerberg.

Vivo Y71 launched In India Price,Specifications and Features

April 13, 2018

Vivo Y71 launched In India Price,Specifications and Features


Vivo Y71 launched In India Price,Specifications and Features

The Chinese Company Vivo Launched its new smartphone in India that is named as Vivo Y71.This budget smartphone comes with some of the very premium features like the 18:9 FullView display
with narrow bezels and iPhone X like face unlock feature.The Vivo Y71 has been priced at Rs 10,990 and will be available both on the offline market and online across India.

The latest phone comes a few weeks after the launch of Vivo’s flagship Vivo V9 in India. The new smartphone Vivo Y71 sports classy bezel-less design with an 18:9 screen ratio and 84.4% screen to body ratio. Despite being a budget phone, the Vivo Y71 boasts of iPhone X like features especially the screen-to-body ratio and facial recognition.


Vivo Y71 Specifications


The dual sim phone comes with a 6-inch FullView display with 18:9 aspect ratio, and as per Vivo it will offer 12.5 percent more content than the standard 16:9 aspect ratio display. The phone runs Android 8.1 Oreo out-of-the-box with company’s custom FunTouch OS on top.

The phone is powered by Snapdragon 425 SoC and paired with 3GB of RAM. It is equipped with 16GB inbuilt storage which can be expandable via microSD. The notable feature of the phone is its face unlock feature and apart from unlocking the phone, it is also capable of other aspects such as lowering the volume of message alerts, incoming calls, and alarms.
In camera, the Vivo Y71 has a 13MP rear camera with PDAF, LED flash and a 5MP selfie camera. The rear camera also comes with a lighting optimization feature that helps in low light photography. The front camera is also equipped with an AI Beauty feature that can identify gender, age, skin tone to enhance selfies.
Now let's talk about the so the Connectivity options include 4G VoLTE, WiFi, Bluetooth, and GPS. The smartphone packs a 3,360mAh battery and comes with Vivo Smart Engine that improves battery performance by providing additional power management.

Price and Availability

The Vivo Y71 has been priced at Rs. 10,990 and will be sold via offline and online channels. The phone will be available in offline stores from April 14 across and on online stores such as Vivo E-store, Flipkart, Amazon, and Paytm Mall from April 16 in Gold and Matte Black colour options.

Google is testing self-destructing emails in new Gmail

April 13, 2018
Google is testing self-destructing emails in new Gmail
GOOGLE is working on a brand new design for the web version of Gmail. Yesterday, I published screenshots of the new design. TechCrunch’s tipster Chaim also discovered an interesting new feature in the new Gmail. You’ll soon be able to send expiring emails.
Working on an email service is hard as you have to be compatible with all sorts of email providers and email clients. But it doesn’t seem to be stopping Google as the company is now evolving beyond the simple POP3/IMAP/SMTP protocols.
Based on those screenshots, expiring emails work pretty much like expiring emails in ProtonMail. After some time, the email becomes unreadable.

Google is testing self-destructing emails in new Gmail
In the compose screen, there’s a tiny lock icon called “confidential mode”. It says that the recipient won’t be able to forward email content, copy and paste, download or print the email.
You can configure the expiration date so that your email disappears after 1 week, 1 month, multiple years, etc. You can also ask your recipient to confirm their identity with a passcode sent via text message. This sounds like a great way to associate email addresses with phone numbers and improve Google’s ads.
When our tipster clicked on “Learn more”, it opened Google’s help articles but the page was not found. The feature isn’t ready for prime time just yet.
On the recipient’s side, the person was using the existing version of Gmail and received a link to view the confidential email. The recipient had to log into their Google account once again to view the content. When viewing the confidential message, copy and paste as well as the print feature was disabled — it didn’t stop our tipster from taking a screenshot of the email though.
It’s unclear if this feature is going to be compatible with non-Gmail users as the company asks you to confirm your Google account to view the confidential message. It’s also unclear if the integration is going to work better in the future when everybody is using the new Gmail.
For instance, when a ProtonMail user sends an expiring message to another ProtonMail user, it looks like a regular email in the inbox. After the message expires, it is automatically deleted from the inbox and the sender’s outbox.
In Gmail’s current implementation, it sounds like Google simply generates an email with a link. The message behind the link disappears after a while, but not necessarily the intermediate email.
It’s also worth noting that Google doesn’t mention end-to-end encryption anywhere. A “confidential” message doesn’t have to be encrypted. It’s likely that Google could still see the content of that message and comply with warrants. Once again, Google said that the new Gmail is going to come out in a few weeks. Confidential emails could be released at the same time or at a later date

Xiaomi Black Shark Gaming Handset With 8GB Of RAM

April 13, 2018

Xiaomi Black Shark Gaming Handset With 8GB Of RAM



Black Shark is a new Chinese company which managed to get under the spotlight because of Xiaomi’s investment. Xiaomi, one of the largest tech companies in China, invested an undisclosed amount of money into Black Shark, or in other words, in Black Shark’s gaming smartphone, which the company just announced in China. Black Shark is also aiming to release some accessories and e-sports smartphones in the future, and we’re guessing that most of their products in the coming months will be focused on the newly-announced handset. Having said that, the Black Shark gaming smartphone is more or less exactly what we’ve expected in terms of the design, as the phone leaked a number of times before it was announced. This device is meant to be a direct competitor to Nubia’s upcoming gaming handset, the Red Devil, which will be announced on April 19. That being said, let’s see what the Black Shark has to offer, shall we, starting with the phone’s spec sheet.
The Black Shark Gaming handset is fueled by the Snapdragon 845 64-bit octa-core processor by Qualcomm, and in this case, that SoC is clocked at 2.8GHz. The Adreno 630 GPU is included on the SoC itself, as per usual, and in addition to this chip, Black Shark has included either 6GB or 8GB of RAM on the phone, depending on which variant you opt to get. Keep in mind that this is LPDDR4X RAM we’re looking at, in both cases, while UFS 2.1 flash storage is included. The 6GB RAM variant comes with 64GB of native storage, while the 8GB RAM model includes 128GB of internal storage. The phone’s display measures 5.99 inches, and this is a fullHD+ (2160 x 1080, 403PPI) panel. A 4,000mAh non-removable battery is included in this phone as well, it is not removable, and it supports Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 3.0 fast charging.
Xiaomi Black Shark Gaming Handset With 8GB Of RAM


There are two cameras included on the back of the Black Shark gaming smartphone, 12-megapixel (1.25um pixel size, PDAF) and 20-megapixel (1.0um pixel size, PDAF) shooters. Both of those cameras feature an f/1.75 aperture, and in both cases, we’re looking at 6P lenses. A dual-LED, dual-tone flash is included on the back of the device as well, and the company says that the phone’s cameras sport something called “Dark Light Enhancement Technology”. A 20-megapixel snapper (1.0um pixel size, f/2.2 aperture) is included on the phone’s front side, and this is a 5P lens. This smartphone also includes what the company calls “a professional microphone”, while dual speakers are also a part of the package. There are two SIM card slots included in the Black Shark gaming smartphone, two nano SIM card slots, while the phone supports the following LTE bands: FDD-LTE – band B1/B3/B4/B5/B7/B8/B12 ; TD-LTE – B34/B38/B39/B40/B41. The device features a front-facing fingerprint scanner, while it measures 161.6 x 75.4 x 9.35mm, and weighs 190 grams.
Black Shark Design
The Black Shark gaming smartphone is made out of metal, we’re looking at a metal unibody design here. The phone sports a rather unusual design, at least when you look at it from the back, as its back side is designed to offer more grip than regular metal-made smartphones. On most smartphones, the back side is smooth all over, well, Black Shark has decided to mix things up a bit, and play around with the back side of its first smartphone, so the design of the sides on its back differs from the center part, same goes for the top and bottom parts of its back. Black Shark’s logo is included on the back of the phone, and it’s easily noticeable, as it’s green-colored. The phone features a fingerprint scanner on its front side, and the device itself does not exactly sport thick bezels, but they’re not that thin either. The phone’s power / lock, volume up and volume down keys are included on the right, while one physical key sits on the left-hand side of the device as well, and it’s called the ‘SHARK’ key. This button essentially activates high-performance mode for gaming, at least that’s what we were able to gather based on the provided info. Next to the home button / fingerprint scanner, you will find two capacitive keys, back, and multitasking buttons, as the device does not use on-screen navigation keys. It is also worth noting that Black Shark included an “X-Type smart antenna” on the back of this phone, in order to make sure your signal is great no matter how you hold the device. Another thing worth noting, is the fact that this phone ships with liquid cooling, which should help keep the internals of the phone, mainly its SoC, cool at all times. The phone comes in Polar Night and Sky Gray color variants.
Black Shark Cameras
Xiaomi Black Shark Gaming Handset With 8GB Of RAM


This handset comes with three cameras overall, two are included on its back, while a single camera sits on the phone’s front side. 12 and 20-megapixel snappers sit on the back of the Black Shark gaming handset, while a single 20-megapixel one is included on the front. Both of its rear-facing snappers feature a large f/1.75 aperture, the 12-megapixel one has 1.25um-size pixels, while the other one comes with regular 1.0um pixels. Both of those cameras have 6P (6-piece) lenses, and PDAF is available on both of them as well. Black Shark has also included something called ‘Dark Light Enhancement Technology’ into the software, while an HDR, Panorama, and Portrait modes are all available here as well. A 20-megapixel front-facer sports an f/2.2 aperture, 1.0um pixel size, and a 5-piece (5P) lens. This camera is capable of shooting 4K video at 30fps, while it comes with ‘Smart Beauty’ feature which will enhance your selfies. There are a number of other shooting modes included in the camera app overall, in case you were wondering.

Black Shark Battery Life

A 4,000mAh non-removable battery is included in the Black Shark gaming handset, and it supports Qualcomm’s Quick Charge 3.0 technology. In order to replenish that battery, you will need to use the phone’s Type-C USB port, which is located on the bottom of the device, as the phone does not include wireless charging, as expected. That being said, Black Shark really did not talk much about the device’s battery, and the company’s official spec sheet only lists the basics. In theory, this is a rather large battery pack, especially considering that the phone sports a 5.99-inch fullHD+ display, and that it comes with a power efficient Snapdragon 845 64-bit octa-core SoC. It is possible that Black Shark did not list any battery life projections due to the fact this is a gaming smartphone, and its battery life will vary quite a bit, depending on how much you opt to use it for gaming, and what sort of games do you plan to play on it. Graphics-intensive 3D games usually drain the battery much quicker than non-intensive ones, but in theory, this battery should be good enough for gaming sessions, only time will tell how good.

Black Shark Software

The Black Shark gaming handset comes with Android 8.1 Oreo, and that is basically all the info that is available at the moment. The device does come with some sort of a skin on top of Android, but it seems like we’re not looking at Xiaomi’s MIUI skin, as some sources suggested prior to the phone’s announcement. As you are getting Android 8.1 Oreo here, regular Oreo features should be included, such as Notifications Dots, Picture-in-Picture mode, and so on, but we cannot know for sure as we’re not sure what skin exactly runs on top of stock Android here. That being said, the phone’s software does include a special performance mode, which can be activated via the ‘SHARK’ key on the side, which we’ve talked about earlier.
Xiaomi Black Shark Gaming Handset With 8GB Of RAM


Black Shark Security

As far as security is concerned, this smartphone does sport a fingerprint scanner below its display, but facial recognition technology was not mentioned by the company, so well assume that it does not offer anything of the sort. The device’s fingerprint scanner actually lets you access the phone’s silent mode, DND and other options while gaming, while it functions as a regular fingerprint scanner / home key when you’re not gaming. That being said, you still have all the regular security methods included on the device, such as PIN lock and pattern lock, for example. Black Shark did not mention any additional security features either, but if anything pops up we’ll make sure to update the article.

Black Shark Pricing & Availability

As already mentioned, Black Shark introduced two variants of its gaming handset, one variant comes with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of native storage, while the other one includes 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. The 6GB RAM model is priced at 2,999 Yuan ($477) in China, while the 8GB RAM variant costs 3,499 Yuan ($557). The Black Shark gaming handset is already available for pre-order in China, and it will go on sale on April 20. The phone is available from Black Shark directly, from Xiaomi, and via JingDong Mall (JD.com). This phone’s availability outside of China was not mentioned at all, so it remains to be seen if it will launch outside of Black Shark’s homeland at all.

Black Shark Gamepad

In addition to announcing the phone itself, Black Shark has also introduced its very first accessory for the device, the Black Shark Gamepad. This gadget attached to the bottom side of the phone, and it adds an analog stick to the experience, plus some buttons. This gamepad has a ‘H66’ model number, and it utilizes Bluetooth 4.0 in order to connect to the device. This gamepad packs in a 150mAh non-removable battery, and the company says that you can use it for gaming for about 3.5 hours before you’ll need to charge it, while it can sit on standby for about 30 hours

5 ways this iOS 12 concept would make the iPhone X better

April 12, 2018
5 ways this iOS 12 concept would make the iPhone X better


Apple’s iPhone X is not only the most impressive iPhone Apple has ever made, it’s also the most controversial. It’s a complete reimagining of the iPhone, and much of what users have grown accustomed to over the years has changed. Of course, it goes without saying that many people don’t like change, especially with regards to a device that is such an integral part of our lives.
The iPhone X is Apple’s first iPhone that doesn’t have a home button, which means users have to learn new navigation gestures. Most people seem to like them, but there are also people who do not — and that’s the least controversial of the major changes in Apple’s iPhone X. The infamous “notch” at the top of the phone’s display continues to be a point of content, and the wounds left by the removal of Apple’s beloved Touch ID fingerprint scanner are nowhere close to healing.
On top of everything else, iOS 11 is the buggiest software release Apple has issued in many, many years. While nothing can change the gestures, the lack of a home button, the notch, or the fact that Touch ID has been removed from the iPhone X, many Apple fans are looking to iOS 12 to at least fix some of the problems they have with Apple’s tenth-anniversary iPhone.
YouTube channel ConceptsiPhone teamed up with graphic designer Amir Estefan to create a video showcasing one of the best iOS 12 concepts we’ve seen so far. This particular YouTube channel has gone off on the rails a bit lately, posting videos of some bizarre and downright laughable concepts, like an iPhone that can become completely invisible (mmmkay). This time around, the iOS 12 concept showcased in the new video is rooted entirely in reality, with new features that are all not only plausible but also might seriously improve the user experience on Apple’s iPhone X and all other iPhone models.
Here are five things we would love to see become a reality in iOS 12, which Apple will unveil during its WWDC 2018 keynote event on June 4th.

Grouped notifications

Apple’s notification system in iOS continues to be a major pain point for many, many iPhone users. We’ve discussed it a million times before here on the site, so we’re not going to dive back into all the ways it’s annoying. Suffice it to say the notification system in iOS needs a lot of work.
In this new video showcasing Amir Estefan's concept, one of the most common iOS notification pain points is addressed right off the bat. Apple’s iPhones display notifications in chronological order, as all users undoubtedly know. So when you wake up in the morning, for example, you pick up your phone to find a mile-long list of individual notifications that couldn’t be more annoying to scroll through.
Estefan has fixed the problem, in part, by creating notification groups. This way instead of having notifications from each app spread throughout the list, each individual app’s notifications are displayed in a group, one on top of the other. A simple 3D Touch would then expand any app’s notifications.

Improved widgets

Apple’s widget implementation in iOS is somewhat useful, but Estefan has a way to improve it in iOS 12. In addition to a single page where multiple app widgets can reside, as is the case now, this iOS 12 concept allows app developers to create widgets that are displayed when the user 3D Touches an app icon. So instead of just an action menu that almost no one uses or even remembers is available, a 3D Touch on an app icon would give users access to key info and features without having to actually open an app.

Pro camera mode

Apple’s iOS Camera app is pretty great, but this iOS 12 concept envisions a more robust and capable camera for Apple’s iPhones. Our favorite change is the new UI seen above, where on-screen sliders can are available to adjust multiple settings, not just exposure.

Dark Mode

This one needs no introduction. iPhone users have been clamoring for a dark mode in iOS for years. The difference with iOS 12 is that a dark mode would finally make a lot of sense. Beyond being easier on the eyes at night, a dark mode on devices with OLED displays like the iPhone X would save battery life.

The new pull-down menu for apps

For a long period of time, iOS was all about uniformity. As the years passed with more and more new features being added, things have gotten far less organized. App settings is one area where there is no continuity in iOS. Some settings are accessible within each app itself, though there are a million different places where one might find the settings menu. Then there’s a section in iOS’s main Settings app where additional settings are located for third-party apps. Ugh.
In this iOS 12 concepts, there’s a great hidden pull-down menu that creates a single, uniform location for key features and a shortcut to app settings. Adding a nifty additional piece to the puzzle is a great feature at the top of that pull-down menu: a way to secure each app behind Touch ID (or Face ID on the iPhone X) at the system level. Many apps include Touch ID and Face ID implementation

Thomson launches 32-inch HD, 40-inch Full HD Smart Tvs and 43-inch 4K HDR Smart TVs in India starting at Rs. 13490

April 12, 2018

Thomson launches 32-inch HD, 40-inch Full HD Smart TVs and 43-inch 4K HDR Smart TVs in India starting at Rs. 13490



Thomson launches 32-inch HD, 40-inch Full HD Smart Tvs and 43-inch 4K HDR Smart TVs in India starting at Rs. 13490


The French Brand Thomson launched its new affordable smart and 4k UHD lineup in India on Thursday to take on the market from the Xiaomi Mi Tv 4A and Mi Tv 4. Thomson's 32, 40 and 43-inch TVs offer Android and start at Rs 13,490 for the 32-inch HD+ 32M3277 model, going all the way to Rs 27,999 for the 43-inch 4K UHD 43TM4377 model. The 40-inch full-HD 40TM4099 model will meanwhile cost Rs 19,990.



Thomson LED Smart TV 32-inch (32M3277) specifications



Thomson LED Smart TV 32-inch (32M3277) specifications


  • 32-inch (1366×768 pixels) HD LED display with 178-degree viewing angle, 6.5ms dynamic response, 200000:1 dynamic contrast, 450 cd/m brightness
  • ARM Cortex A53 64-bit Processor with Mali-450MP3 GPU
  • 1GB RAM, 8GB internal memory
  • Android 4.4.4 (KitKat)
  • WiFi 802.11 b/g/n (2.4 GHz), 3 x HDMI, USB 2.0 x 2, Ethernet
  • Supports AVI, MPG, DAT, VOB, DIV, MOV, MKV, RM video formats
  • 2 x 10W speaker

Thomson LED Smart TV 40-inch (40TM4099) specifications

Thomson LED Smart TV 40-inch (40TM4099) specifications







            1. 40-inch (1920 x 1080 pixels) Full HD LED display with 178-degree viewing angle, 6.5ms dynamic response, 300000:1 dynamic contrast, 450 cd/m brightness
            2. ARM Cortex A53 64-bit Processor with Mali-450MP3 GPU
            3. 1GB RAM, 8GB internal memory
            4. Android 4.4.4 (KitKat)
            5. WiFi 802.11 b/g/n (2.4 GHz), 3 x HDMI, USB 2.0 x 2, Ethernet
            6. Supports AVI, MPG, DAT, VOB, DIV, MOV, MKV, RM video formats
            7. 2 x 10W speaker



            Thomson LED Smart TV 43-inch (43TM4377) specifications


            Thomson LED Smart TV 43-inch (43TM4377) specifications



            1. 43-inch (3840 x 2160 pixels) Ultra HD LED display with 178-degree viewing angle, 6.5ms dynamic response, 300000:1 dynamic contrast, 550 cd/m
              brightness
            2. ARM Cortex A53 64-bitProcessor with Multi Core Mali-T720 GPU
            3. 1GB RAM, 8GB internal memory
            4. Android 4.4.4 (KitKat)
            5. WiFi 802.11 b/g/n (2.4 GHz), 3 x HDMI, USB 2.0 x 2, Ethernet
            6. Supports AVI, MPG, DAT, VOB, DIV, MOV, MKV, RM video formats
            7. 2 x 10W speaker
            These all the TVs will be available on Flipkart so you can by right now.


            Thomson launches 32-inch HD, 40-inch Full HD Smart Tvs and 43-inch 4K HDR Smart TVs in India starting at Rs. 13490






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                 The story previously stated PS5 may not run PS4 games when the source stated that reports indicated PS5 games would not work on previous generation hardware. The original report does not mention backward compatibility between PS4 and PS5. GameSpot regrets this error.

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                The report goes on to say that, in the past, Sony has asked studios to keep these devkits in locked rooms and restrict access to only a small number of people. So even if a studio did have its hands on a devkit, not everyone at a studio might know about it.
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