Google did not release the Android tablet. Although, looking at the last few years, it probably should have been. I (Half) Funny, but big-screen Android devices have been a concern for a while, as iPad or Windows-powered hybrids have been cleaned up in high-end, and inexpensive devices for the family and workplace provide a smartphone experience with mostly screen real estate. .
Enter Android 12L. It is foldable and even designed for large screens including laptops It features a set of new features for existing OS that have been optimized for the big screen. While Android can handle a multi-window experience, parts of the interface still feel like a blu-up version of the phone OS rather than something that makes better use of the extended space. One of the things that is coming to Android 12L is the notification shade and a two-column layout for the lockscreen when the system detects that the screen is wider than 600dps. Android is even adding a taskbar which is all too … Chromebook.
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Alder Lake is finally here.
We have been hearing about Intel’s powerful hybrid processor , But eventually the company was ready to launch those chips, previously codenamed “Alder Lake, As its 12th-gen desktop CPU. And most likely, it will be able to bring back the spotlight from AMD and Apple.
Intel says the 12th-gen chips are up 19 percent faster than the 11th-gen overall and they are twice as fast on the Adobe After Effects pulse benchmark. When it comes to multithreaded performance (works created specifically for multiple cores such as video and 3D rendering), the company claims that the top-end i9-12900K is 50 percent faster than last year’s comparable chip from Intel when using less power. Even better, it can achieve performance parity using about a quarter of the capacity. Basically, everyone who has stopped upgrading over the last few years can get a treat.
New hybrid core design Intel’s new chips are bigger than AMD’s available in the smartphone CPU. Looks like LITTLE technology, which combines energy-efficient cores for light weight work with heavier-lifting (but more energy-hungry) cores.
Apple has created a lot of tools in its new FaceTime feature.
iOS 15.1 was released yesterday, which means you can finally start testing Apple’s long-awaited SharePlay feature. At the moment the feature still only works with a small collection of apps, but it will be coming to Disney + soon, when it will be updated today to support NBA and TikTok apps. But, of course, how do you use it? The first step is: Update your device.
Fine controls for camera obsessives
The Xperia 1 III is another Sony phone that targets camera fans. It avoids software processing techniques, popular with phones like the Pixel series, but instead features Sony’s camera smarts with features like focus tracking and fine-grained control. I’ve kept the phone at its speed, and while the gorgeous 4K screen can run smoothly at 120Hz, such spaces come at an almost forbidden price ($ 1,300!), Making it hard to recommend against the best smartphones from Samsung and Apple.
Buzz’s solo adventure.
With four movies under its belt, the Toy Story franchise remains the crown jewel in Pixar’s portfolio. But later Toy Story 4 Apparently winding up Woody’s story, the focus is now shifting to Buzz Lightair. The first trailer for this Light year Just arrived, and it seems less about ‘toy’ lightning and more about the title character.
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