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    Scientists are researching the use of wood in the manufacture of mobile phone displays in the future

    Technology is something that changes every second. As you read this article, you are planning to create or invent something new for the world. So for the past few years, researchers have been researching eco-friendly materials that can be used as a substitute for glass. They are currently researching the use of wood. They also hope to use this in smartphone manufacturing. Research information on this has been published on the website of the US Department of Agriculture (USDA). The study was conducted by researcher Junyong Zhu in collaboration with the University of Maryland and the University of Colorado. They have done this research using balsa wood, and the transparent…

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    Qualcomm is set to release the Snapdragon 875 chipset on December 1st

    So as we approach the end of this year, expectations for the next flagship Snapdragon chipset are growing. Will the new chipset be based on a 5nm process? Will it surpass Apple’s new A14 Bionic chipset? So Qualcomm confirms that the rumored Snapdragon 875 chipset will be released on the 1st of December. So it is reported that we have already started sending invitations to the virtual event that will release this. So we see that Qualcomm is following a year-end schedule this time as well as in previous years. So you can see from the invitation below that this is a two day event. However, this does not mention…

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    Dolby to launch Dolby Vision-Atmos for Xbox Series X and S gaming consoles

    The Xbox Series X and Series S will be the first gaming consoles with Dolby Vision-Atmos technology. This is because Dolby Vision-Atmos technology, that is, Dolby Audio & Visual technology, enables the next generation of gamers to have a superior experience. According to their official blog, the combination of Xbox and Dolby will be able to redefine the next generation of gaming. They also say that the Dolby Atmos feature currently supports some games on the Xbox One X and One S Model. Those are Assassin’s Creed: Origins, Forza Horizon 4, Borderlands 3 and Rise of the Tomb Raider games. It is also expected that the upcoming Cyberpunk 2077 will…

  • Security

    What is the IP Rating of the mobile phones we use?

    Today we use the phone not only to make phone calls. Today, the phone has become one of our most essential everyday devices. We do not hesitate to take it with us wherever we go. So with the advent of smartphones, we need to protect our smartphones. From that thief as well as the damage it could do. Damage to smartphones can include frequent falls, waterlogging, and dust. So how do we prevent this from happening? The real answer is that it is difficult for us to prevent this damage when it happens. Because we do not think of the phone / put it in the water. This all happens…

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    MediaTek launches Dimensity 1000C chipset with LG Velvet 5G T-Mobile

    MediaTek has introduced its latest 5G smartphone chipset, the MediaTek Dimension 1000C. This Dimensity 1000C chipset became the first MediaTek 5G chipset to be used in the United States and was first included in LG Velvet phones released for use in the United States using the T-Mobile network. The LG Velvet T-Mobile is the first mobile phone to use the MediaTek Dimension 1000C. The MediaTek Dimension 1000C chipset is a 7nm octa-core processor with four 2GHz ARM Cortex-A77 and four 2GHz ARM Cortex-A55. At the same time the GPU used is the ARM Mali-G57 MC5 GPU. Dimension 1000C supports cameras up to 64 megapixels resolution, while dual camera setup supports…

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    Let’s learn about the differences between USB 2.0 and 3.0

    Most computers on the market today have a USB 3.0 port. But I’m right to say that most of the computers we use everyday have a USB 2.0 port. What exactly is the difference between 2.0 and 3.0? The functionality of both ports is the same. But it depends on the data transfer speed. Also 3.0 port is a bit more expensive. Data transfer speed between two USB ports on the “signaling speeds” has been classified as USB 2.0 and 3.0. If it is a USB 3.0 port, you can see the blue inside. Theoretically, the USB 2.0 standard allows us to see a maximum signaling speed of 480 megabits…