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  • Jan- 2020 -
    18 January
    Apple

    Maxed-out new Mac Pro or XDR display with Pro Stand: Not getting fleeced

    It is funny how a maxed-out new Mac Pro is compared to a premium sports car or multiple iMac Pros in western countries or a decent two bedroom apartment in cities of India or other countries of the world. It is not legit by any means to compare apples and oranges. That being so, you have to shell out a whooping 60,946.00 USD to own a maxed-out new Mac Pro Tower with wheels and XDR Pro display with Nano-texture glass including the Pro stand for it. Although it is difficult to imagine who the intended buyer here is. Professionals like…

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  • 17 January
    Android

    Huawei mobile services and its tremendous potential

    Android is an opensource mobile operating system but without proprietary Google Apps and services it is meaningless to most developers and consumers worldwide. Google imposes firm monopolistic control on a manufacturer or software distributor when they bundle their prominent proprietary Google apps and services into their Android firmware for a given device. Google’s stubborn and self-style practices have attracted a lot of bans and fines in Europe itself. At times, economic warfare or trade war between two nations could lead to unprecedented frictions like US government’s ban on Huawei voiding any western firm from offering any IT services or technology…

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  • 16 January
    Design

    Fold it to hold it

    A majority of the displays we use today are based on LCD technology. LCD screens are built with two layers of glass one being base and other being on top of the the actual display. So the display techology is actually sandwiched between two layers. It needs backlight to operate which makes it thicker in comparison with the new OLED technology. Are OLED display only good for folding? This display technology is already superior is many ways. For example, you get better color, higher contract, quicker response time and refresh rates, power efficiency since you get to turn off the…

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  • 16 January
    Android

    /e/OS, a real reset from user-identifiable, targeted data collection in smartphones and related platforms.

    Today, data is the new gold and everybody is mining for a plethora  of reasoning and concept. The greed has led big corporations enter every sphere of our digital life in order to retain and exploit as much data as possible. Every device connected to Internet expose a lot of details to the world. This data also known as metadata including but not limited to identifiers viz. your external IP or public IP, IP addresses of websites and resources visited, bandwidth/data used per session, timestamps, protocol used per connection, Mac address of the network interface of your device or router etc.…

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  • 16 January
    Android

    Google Android services banned in Turkey

    Last week Google Turkey  stopped licensing new smartphones. This was following a fine imposed by the State’s Competition Authority. By threatening to deny services to end-users, Google hopes to force the local authorities to dance to its tune. This mode of operating with Google has become a trend of late.  Google also imposes restrictions on manufacturers to eliminate competition. Such restrictive practices on the part of Google has not gone unnoticed. As a consequence, they have been attracting fines and penalties in different countries across the globe. The fine imposed by EU to the latest one by France are just…

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