Apple has unveiled a new software update for its AirPods, bringing a host of new features. It includes a "spatial audio" feature, which uses filters and other technology to allow the sound to feel like it is coming from around the person despite using only two headphones, Apple said. The feature uses motion sensors in the earphones and the device to keep the sound static even when a person's head or iPad is moving around, Apple said.
WhatsApp pictures: How to download pictures WHATSAPP now allows Android users to re-download deleted media, including photos, videos, GIFs, audio files, and documents. Here is how to download pictures from WhatsApp on Android. Android users could previously download media up to 30 days old. Then after a month the photos or films disappear from WhatsApp's servers as soon as it was downloaded.
Xiaomi has been launching its new products with XiaoAI smart voice assistant built-in. Continuing the trend, the company has today released Xiaomi XiaoAI Mouse, which as the name itself indicates, comes with support for XiaoAI voice assistant. The product will be available through crowdfunding in China on the company’s own website for a price of 129 yuan. However, that pricing is just for the crowdfunding campaign and the retail price will be 149 yuan.
also read New patents from DJI have shown off what looks to be a new camera module and an optical image stabilization (OIS) system for a possible upcoming DJI product. The new camera module is rumored to be a modular system that can be equipped on various products. A few new patents have recently surfaced online via OsitaLV on Twitter. The new patents point to a camera module that can be swapped out and used on various DJI products along with the internals of what looks to be an optical image stabilization (OIS) system for the camera module or another camera DJI is working on. Camera module From the images and a rough translation of the write up on the patent, it looks like the camera module can tilt up and down using a gear system and servo. The camera also looks t...
Sony Xperia 1 II review: pro screen, pro camera, still niche Someone stuck an Alpha camera on the back of a tiny Bravia TV. For the new Sony Xperia 1 II, that is. Sony has tended to put out-and-out quality ahead of just about any practicalities with its smartphones, and this £1,099 flagship Android phone isn't about to throw out the formula now, despite the dismal sales figures. Sony has stubbornly ignored a number of big phone trends over the past half decade, but this time there's a sense that it has finally found a compromise between pursuing pure performance and building a phone you could actually live with.
Xiaomi crowdfunds the Wanbo T2 Free Projector priced at 599 yuan Xiaomi has launched a new projector under the Youpin crowdfunding platform. Dubbed Wanbo T2 Free Projector, it carries an affordable price tag of 599 yuan (~$85).Wanbo T2 Free Projector The Wanbo T2 Free Projector has a 150 ANSI lumen light source and is compatible with 1080 pixel resolution. The device can project on screen sizes ranging from 40 – 120 inches from a distance of 1.5-3.0 meters. The projector will need to be focused manually and the scrolling button to do that is located at the rear. It also supports ±40° vertical keystone correction.Wanbo T2 Free Projector Projectors are known to be affected by dust especially when it settles on the lens, causing black spots on the screen and poor heat dissipation ...
Xiaomi has reported on its official forum that the update and distribution of MIUI 12 Xiaomi has reported on its official forum that the update and distribution of MIUI 12 firmware for all Xiaomi and Redmi smartphones will be temporarily suspended. This time, the case is not because of the Android OS, or with any holes in the firmware itself. Xiaomi has reported on its official forum that the update and distribution of MIUI 12 firmware for all Xiaomi and Redmi smartphones will be temporarily suspended. This time, the case is not because of the Android OS, or with any holes in the firmware itself. Xiaomi has temporarily stopped developing MIUI 12 for its devices Everything is much simpler. The work on MIUI 12 is suspended due to the holiday – the traditional Chinese Dr...
WINDOWS 10 users need to download a newly released Microsoft patch to fix an annoying bug that has hit the market leading OS. Windows 10 fans can at last download a fix for a frustrating issue that affected the Microsoft OS. The problem was an unintended result of the Patch Tuesday June release, and the glitch ended up breaking a key feature with Windows 10. The bug led to connectivity problems with printers on Windows 10, which could cause unexpected printer spool shutdowns. But the problem has now been addressed by Microsoft who have released an Out of Band fix. The changelog for the fix says: "Addresses an issue that might prevent certain printers from printing.
Realme Malaysia official Facebook page has shared a teaser image with a text saying “World’s First Helio G35 Play More Smoothly”. But the post description does not reveal the name of the device. But the brand seems to have confirmed its name and design to Vocket and other Malaysian publications with a teaser image of the phone’s back. However, it is yet to announce the launch date. Realme C11 first surfaced on the web with its model number RMX2185 on Indonesia’s TKDN certification portal. Soon, it cleared multiple certifications like Europe’s EEC, Malasia’s SIRIM, and Thailand’s NBTC, which also revealed its moniker.
Huawei is already everywhere, but if the latest information is accurate, the Chinese technology giant could be eyeing a piece of the x86 desktop pie. A recent 3DMark submission (via @_rogame) seemingly reveals a Huawei PC that's running on one of AMD's upcoming 7nm Ryzen 4000-series (Renoir) desktop APUs. Not much information can be obtained from the submission other than the PC is using a Ryzen 5 Pro 4400G with a 65W envelope. The Zen 2 APU features six cores and 12 threads with rumored base and boost clock speeds up to 3.7 GHz and 4.3 GHZ, respectively. On the graphics end, the Ryzen 5 Pro 4400G reportedly runs on seven Vega Compute Units (CUs) that are clocked at 1,900 MHz.