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If you couldn't keep up with the tech updates of last week due to your busy routine here is the compilation of Tech threads that have been posted here in past week for you. Lets see what we have in store for you!
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CES 2020 will officially begin from tomorrow onwards, but several companies have already demonstrated their new technologies at the world’s biggest tech event of the year. Nvidia, the company that popularized the term GPU, will debut a new technology at CES 2020 that will enable mind-blowing 360Hz refresh rates on monitors. The G-sync technology that made its debut in 2013 has been optimized by the company to achieve this feat.
Read full thread here: https://c.mi.com/thread-2787561-1-0.html
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The Facebook-owned company, WhatsApp, is gradually phasing out support for older versions of mobile operating system due to security and privacy reasons. In the past, the messaging platform dropped support for many Android, iOS, BlackBerry and Windows Phone devices, and now the company has again updated its list. After December 31, 2019, the Whatsapp for many Windows Phone users will not work anymore. It is a common practice and there is nothing new in it. The company has already informed users in advance when its Android, iOS and Windows Phone WhatsApp app will stop working on older versions.
Read full thread here: https://c.mi.com/thread-2775090-1-0.html
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Earlier today (6th January 2020), Antutu released the performance ranking of Android smartphones that are currently available in China through its benchmarking software. The rankings are from two different categories, namely mid range and flagship grade smartphones, to better encompass the vast array of options in the Chinese market. Antutu has also stated that the testings was over the period lasting from 1st December to 31st December 2019. Each individual model were tested numerous times on the latest Antutu V8 version benchmarking software.
Read full thread here: https://c.mi.com/thread-2787583-1-0.html
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As the FCC and similar regulatory agencies around the world prepare to open up 6GHz radio spectrum for use in Wi-Fi networks, the Wi-Fi Alliance yesterday announced that the Wi-Fi 6E as a differentiator from the original Wi-Fi 6. With Wi-Fi 6E, users will know that a device will have access to 6Ghz wi-fi spectrum. Devices out right now with Wi-Fi 6 have access to 5Ghz operation. In the near future, some new devices will be capable of Wi-Fi 6 and beyond – into 6Ghz – so the Wi-Fi Alliance created a slightly more elite term, Wi-Fi 6E.
Read full thread here: https://c.mi.com/thread-2781313-1-0.html
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