Technology Ki Duniya

Sunday, March 31, 2019

DJI Mavic 2 Pro Review

DJI Mavic 2 Pro

The DJI Mavic 2 Pro is the most powerful consumer drone you can buy thanks to its gimbal-stabilized Hasselblad camera with a 1-inch CMOS sensor for stunning aerial 4K video and photos.


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Apple iPhone XR review: The LCD is not OLED, not bad either
Apple’s intention was clearly to offer a phone that is more affordable. So it has cut some corners to bring down the cost of the phone. Hence a significant change is the use of an LCD display instead of OLED, what Apple calls a Liquid Retina display. Also, this display is not full HD at 828 x 1792 pixels. With the different types of content I would regularly consume, I could not really see much of a difference in comparison to the iPhone XS Max.

Analysts Foresee Supply Chain Impact from Chip Hack Report

Analysts Foresee Supply Chain Impact from Chip Hack Report

TAIPEI — Analysts expect changes in the global electronics supply chain following a report that Chinese spies planted chips in the servers of nearly 30 U.S. companies, including Amazon and Apple.

Roku Premiere The Cheapest Way To 4K

Roku Premiere The Cheapest Way To 4K

Roku continues to push the price of 4K streaming down with the new $40 Premiere. The device supports 4K, HDR10, and Dolby Atmos playback and costs even less than Amazon’s recently announced $49.99 Fire TV Stick 4K.

A New Smart Doorbell With A Wide Angle Camera

SimpliSafe Releases A New Smart Doorbell With A Wide Angle Camera

Home security system company SimpliSafe launched a new smart standalone doorbell today with heat sensors and motion detectors. It’s the company’s first product that’s technically not inside the home.

Oculus Is Launching New Avatars For Realistic VR Representation

Oculus Is Launching New Avatars For Realistic VR Representation

Oculus VR is moving closer to realistic representations of human beings in virtual reality, and the company today announced a new milestone in that quest: so-called Expressive Avatars. These new avatars will be even more lifelike, using “simulated eye and mouth movement and micro-expressions,” says product manager Lucy Chen, that will help make it look and feel like you’re interacting with a human being in the real world. The news was announced at the Oculus Connect developer conference this morning in San Jose, California alongside the company’s new standalone Quest headset.

The Age of Echo Accessories

The Age of New Echos Is Over; The Age of Echo Accessories!

Amazon just threw its big Echo event, and while the company announced a massive slate of hardware that touches almost every aspect of our connected lives, the most interesting part was what wasn’t there — new Alexa hardware. Instead (with a few exceptions, which we’ll get into) most of Amazon’s event was focused on either enhancements to existing Echo products, or offering new ways to expand or extend the Echo into new areas or fields.

Samsung Galaxy Watch Review

Samsung Galaxy Watch

We've tested the Samsung Galaxy Watch for nearly a full day, and even though it isn't the Samsung Gear S4, it's a true upgrade with new features and pleasing aesthetics.  


Honor 8X review: A decent performer, but with a few compromises

Resulta ng larawan para sa honor 8x

Honor 8X, Huawei’s latest mid-range offering, is a glass-encased smartphone that features a phablet-size 6.5-inch full HD+ display and dual camera set up at the back. While Honor 8 came with a thick bezel front-fascia, the new Honor 8X has adopted the trending notch design and comes with a screen-to-body-ratio of 91 per cent.

Flexible Electronics made from Exotic Materials

Engineers have developed a technique to fabricate ultrathin semiconducting films made from a host of exotic materials other than silicon. To demonstrate their technique, the researchers fabricated flexible films made from gallium arsenide, gallium nitride, and lithium fluoride -- materials that exhibit better performance than silicon but until now have been prohibitively expensive to produce in functional devices.

Counter Strike:GO Player "forsaken" Caught Cheating While Representing India In Global Tournament In China

People are often tempted to cheat in online games. Not only is it bad karma, it can also get you instantly banned from the game.

However, it's downright stupid to try it in a tournament at the professional level. Well, that's exactly what one Indian pro player just did.

OpTic India forsaken