Month: March 2020

Now that a lot of people are working from home due to lockdowns brought about thanks to the coronavirus outbreak, it becomes even more important to prevent eye strain. Commercial office spaces tend to have better furniture and lighting than your makeshift work-from-home setup and that can contribute significantly to increasing eye strain. However, there
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There’s a global shortage of available protective equipment (PPE) and medical supplies for use by frontline responders working to fight the spread of the novel coronavirus, and the Frontline Responders Fund wants to channel donations to help address that shortage. The fund, which is seeking public donations via GoFundMe, will use all proceeds to cover
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A couple of weeks ago, we tested the Sony A6600, which is the company’s latest flagship APS-C mirrorless camera. Now, it’s time to take a closer look at the A6100, which is its entry-level sibling. The A6100 was launched alongside the A6600 and shares a lot of the premium features found in Sony’s flagship model,
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YouTube had last week reduced its default video quality to standard definition (SD) on mobile networks over growing Internet bandwidth concerns, as the global lockdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic has restricted everyone indoors. With people at home almost globally, there has been a significant surge in Internet usage, raising concerns about networks slowing down
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Apple’s rumoured augmented reality (AR) glasses are under development and may launch by 2022, the media reported. Taiwanese suppliers reportedly are already ramping up production on optical components for the glasses, reports MacRumors. Apple is developing two head-worn products, including a combination AR/VR headset for release in 2022 and “full-fledged” AR glasses for release by
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As part of its response to the public health emergency triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic, the European Commission has been leaning on Europe’s telcos to share aggregate location data on their users. “The Commission kick-started a discussion with mobile phone operators about the provision of aggregated and anonymised mobile phone location data,” it said today.
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Cabinet has approved a Rs. 48,000 crores plan to boost electronics manufacturing and woo large investment to a country which, following Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Make-in-India drive, has become the world’s second-biggest mobile phone manufacturer. New Delhi will provide companies a production-linked incentive of 4 percent to 6 percent on incremental sales – over base year
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One of the best reasons to use Snapchat is its collection of fun filters and lenses that make your selfies pop. There are plenty of choices from the get-go, with the selection changing on a regular basis. However, Snapchat also has secret filters and lenses that you need to unlock before they’re accessible. And, even
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