Chinese networking giant Huawei has unveiled its Kirin 970 chipset with built-in artificial intelligence (AI), calling it the "future of smartphones". The chipset has a dedicated neural processing unit (NPU), and was built using a 10nm advanced process with 5.5 million transistors contained in an area of just one square centimetre. The Kirin 970 mobile AI computing platform is powered by an 8-core CPU and a 12-core GPU, which Huawei said delivers 25x greater performance and 50x greater efficiency compared to a quad-core Cortex-A73 CPU cluster. A new dual ISP promises better noise reduction in low light and improved photos through automatic tailoring of image parameters to the particular object and scene. 4-Hybrid is Huawei's moniker for its new autofocus system and includes phase and ...
A little more than ten days left for the tech giant Apple’s keynote, it seems that something that we practically took for granted of the new device of the company of Cupertino could change. According to a report by Dutch site iCulture, the tenth-anniversary smartphone may not be called iPhone 8, yes, it would be known as iPhone X. The new details come from the same source that correctly predicted the 10.5-inch iPad Pro and its release date, so it is valuable information. In recent months, the rumors and leaks related to the tech giant Apple’s new mobile phone have not ceased, and we have heard of everything. In addition to its features and specifications, another of the big questions has been the name that the company was planning to give this premium model. There are several options:
We all know very well that nowadays PC makers are increasingly eyeing gamers to leverage their sales of more expensive devices. Hence, Taiwanese multinational computer and phone hardware and electronics company Asus recently announced the world’s first gaming laptop with a 144Hz refresh rate display. Meet The World’s First Gaming Laptop With A 144Hz Refresh During the IFA 2017 technology show in Berlin, Asus showcased a huge lineup of laptops, displays, motherboards, and desktops shoved under its Republic of Gamers banner. Most of these were already revealed earlier this year during Computex, such as the ROG Zephyrus, the ROG Strix GL702ZC, and the ROG Strix GL702VI laptops. The ROG Swift PG27VQ monitor was even revealed before then, in April. Given this, we weeded through the Asus
With True Tone display in place, Apple iPhone 8 ( & also iPhone 7s series) owners will have less eye strain while reading on the device, even it is in low-light condition. Now, that Samsung’s new Galaxy S8 is launched, the media attention has turned its focus on Apple’s anniversary mobile –iPhone X aka iPhone 8. As per latest report, the upcoming device is expected to feature iPad Pro-like display. Apple is reportedly incorporating iPad Pro-like True Tone display in to iPhone X and also the generic iPhone 7s and the iPhone 7s Plus models, Investment bank Barclays analyst, citing reliable company insider, told his client investor. The Barclays research analyst note, now available with Mac Rumors goes on to say that the iPhones’ display will have a full spectral sensing ambient ligh
We have already been informing you about all possible details – technical specs, features, prices, availability for the Akash computer tablet as well as its upgraded model UbiSlate tablet. Now, when Aakash tablet has finally been made available for sale online and UbiSlate is available for online pre-booking, most of the users are some how confused about the difference between Aakash Tablet PC and UbiSlate tablet. We can also blame the company as well as Indian Govt. for this confusion. This is because at the time of launch, people just came to know about one name i.e. Aakash Tablet. However, Aakash tablet was subsidised as it was targeted to be a students model of the tablet. However, subsequently, company DataWind and Indian Govt. started taking different Aakash tablet models which the