Google removes some IAC browser extensions for ‘policy violations’

Alphabet’s Google said on Sunday it has removed a number of browser extensions of online conglomerate IAC/InterActive Corp for “policy violations” and is reviewing “enforcement options.” “We continue to have conversations with IAC related to Chrome Web Store policies and we have already removed a number of their extensions for violating our policies”, a Google […]

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Samsung outlines the challenges it faces with 600MP smartphone cameras

A leaked Samsung slide suggests that the company’s still thinking about the practical usage of 600MP sensors on smartphones. The slide details the issues that large sensors would present, including camera bumps thicker than the phone itself. Samsung has previously suggested that the 500MP to 600MP mark is a future goal for the industry. Samsung, […]

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OnePlus 9 Pro technically uses two large rear cameras

After the official launch of the Snapdragon 888, a couple of manufacturers officially confirmed that they will use this chip. OnePlus is one of these companies. The OnePlus 9 series is expected to come with this chip early next year. However, we are still getting speculations regarding this device. A schematic sketch of the OnePlus […]

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Brazil Forces Apple to Sell iPhone 12 With Chargers

Apple recently released its new iPhone 12 and for the first time in the company’s history decided not to include a power adaptor in the package, citing environmental reasons for the change. Despite its claimed rationale, the Brazilian government is not convinced, and has now ordered to tech giant to include chargers for all iPhone […]

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Intel Core i9-11900K spotted on new benchmark, and yep, still on 14nm

Intel’s next-gen Core i9-11900K processor has surfaced online, being found in an in-game benchmark run of Ashes of the Singularity. The benchmark run of the Core i9-11900K is the first we’ve seen so far, posted by TUM_APISAK — with Intel’s new Core i9-11900K spotted running at 3.5GHz — and is setup with NVIDIA’s new GeForce […]

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‘Hug bubble’ safely connects care home residents to their families in France

About Press Copyright Contact us Creators Advertise Developers Terms Privacy Policy & Safety How YouTube works Test new features © 2020 Google LLC ‘Hug bubble’ safely connects care home residents to their families in France – YouTube https://i.ytimg.com/vi/PypegtO0zFg/maxresdefault.jpg Source link 2020-12-07 07:52:05

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Xiaomi Mi 11 Pro protective case leaks online revealing new camera module design

Xiaomi’s upcoming flagship smartphone series, the Wed 11 has been in the news for the past few days. Now, in the latest development, the upcoming flagship smartphone’s protective case has leaked online. The protective case of the Mi 11 Pro has been leaked online but its authenticity has not been verified. So, we would advise […]

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Spotify prepares to finally add local music playback support

Spotify often tests new features with a small section of its user base before releasing them to a wider audience. Over the last few months, we’ve spotted several such features, like local Group Sessions, auto-refresh for playlists, saving podcast episodes, and more. Last month we learned that the music streaming service was also contemplating the […]

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