Month: November 2019

Microsoft’s new direction towards user-repairable tablets: Surface Pro X happens to be very modular and revolutionizing

The new Microsoft’s modular tablet has surfaced the market, and as per the reports published in a teardown, this new entrant is bringing in the era of repairable tablets. The New Surface Pro X has surfaced the market and is user-replaceable. This model, which was announced in October started with a price of $999 and …

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Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro launches with 108 Megapixel Cam & Snapdragon 730 G Processor

Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro has launched recently as the freshest smartphone addition in the Mi CC series. The Mi CC9 Pro operates on Snapdragon 730G, suggesting that it has an octa-core CPU. It has a dual performance core, running at 2.2 GHz. The display resolution is 6.47″ with Super AMOLED panel and Full HD+ resolution …

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Adobe wants to acquire mobile photo editing with its free AI-powered Photoshop Camera app

Adobe has been a well-celebrated Photoshop platform in the world of desktop photo editing. And to put its feet firmly in the field of mobile photo editing, Adobe is launching a free AI-powered Photoshop app for all the mobile users in early 2020. So, how does this AI-powered photo editing app works? Adobe AI-powered app …

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Internet Archive adds Digital Previews to 1,30,000 Wikipedia Book Citations

In what is being seen as a boon to students and journalists and readers all over the world, now Wikipedia has this added feature of having digital books linked to the citations mentioned below its article. Wikipedia has been inarguably the biggest treasure trove of information on a myriad of topics. That it is backed …

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No unflattering portrayal of ‘China’ says Apple to makers of Apple TV Plus shows

Apple removed a Hong Kong protest tracking app. They are being criticized for removing the app from their app store. In an effort to reduce the negative publicity of China, Apple has asked the creators of Apple TV+ shows to not engage in advertising a bad image of China. This is what a report from …

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