Category: Brand

What technology do companies use to remain eco-friendly?

Being an eco-friendly company has become one of the key requirements today. Considering reducing and minimally damaging the environment, major companies must take steps for mitigating the threats. In this article, we will talk about technology and innovations companies use to remind themselves of eco-friendly and possibly minimize the harm to the environment. Starbucks Since 1998, Starbucks has collaborated with the International Society for the Conservation of Nature, an organization that advocates green technology in agriculture. Since the beginning of such a partnership, the number of plantations that do not damage natural biodiversity has more than doubled. In 2010,...

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Apple watchOS 7 vs Apple watchOS 6 – What’s new? How to get & install it? And compatible watches – FAQ

Following my previous posts about Apple iOS 14 for the iPhone and iPadOS 14, let's look at what's new with Apple watchOS 7 Apple watchOS 7 vs watchOS 6 what is new? Watch Faces and Sharing – Step counting finally on the home screen? Lots of new watch faces are coming with new ways to share unique combinations to completely configure the watch face to suit any activity or lifestyle, from the new parent to the surfing aficionado, tennis player, or photographer. These will be indefinitely customisable, and you can then share them through messages, or find new ones...

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Apple iPadOS 14 vs iPadOS 13 – What’s new? How to get & install it? FAQ

Following my iOS 14 post for the iPhone, what's new and changed for iPad users with iPadOS 14? New Arm chipsets will allow cross-compatibility between Mac and iPhone Over the next two years, Apple will move away from Intel-based laptops and computers to Arm-based custom designs. The first piece of hardware is a Mac Mini purely for developers, which will launch later this year. This will be powered by the A12Z Bionic, which is the same chipset you find in the Apple iPad Pro. Using the same the chipset technology between all the devices will allow a seamless transition...

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Best Productivity Tools For Mac Users

I think no one will argue with the fact that smart task management is the key to success in such a fast-paced world. That’s why I was looking for a perfect tool that would make me more productive and, in this article, I’m going to share my personal experience from using different types of task managers!  Luckily, as a Mac user, I had plenty of options to pick from! First of all, I should note how many online and cross-platform productivity tools are available for a regular user today! Apart from that, there are many great options introduced in...

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Apple Watch Series 4 launched with custom processor and improved HRM with ECG functions

The new iPhone may get all the attention and they look beautiful but let's face it, its just the same old with some insane price options (£1400+!). I am a little more excited about the Apple Watch 4. The smartwatch scene has stagnated a little especially with Wear OS, this will hopefully improve with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 3100 but in the meantime, Apple is the ones pushing ahead with smartwatch innovation. Inside the new Apple Watch 4, we see Apple transition to a new SiP (Silicon in Package) design with a new S4 SoC containing for the first time a custom...

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Apple iPhone XR, XS, XS Max launched at £749, £999 & £1,099 – Top price £1,449.00!

Following months of speculation and build up Apple have finally announced their latest smartphones. This year we have a trio of phones and the budget option now costs the same as most flagship Android phones. The XS models are essentially identical but with different sized OLED screens, while the “budget” XR model has a 6.1″ LCD display. In defence of the XR pricing, it is almost the same as the high-end models, just a different display, so this is not the same as the Mate 20 lite vs Mate 20 Pro for example. The other main differences with the XR...

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Huawei Mate 20 lite vs Honor Play – Two affordable phones with a different approach

During IFA this year we have seen a surprising number of phone releases with the two notable ones being the Huawei Mate 20 lite and Honor Play. While they are technically owned by the same company there seems to be a growing divide between the two brands and both of these phones make for an interesting comparison as they share some similar specifications while having some glaring differences. But which is the best phone? The Honor Play is certainly the one that immediately seems like the most appealing, you get the flagship Kirin 970 from last year (now superseded by the Kirin...

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Huawei Announce Locator – a quad GPS SIM enabled tracking device for pets, children, bikes and baggage

Alongside the announcement of the latest Kirin 980 system on chip and the AI Cube, Huawei also launched HUAWEI Locator The locator is a powerful small form factor location beacon supporting long operation and standby times as well as four major global navigation satellite system (GNSS) standards, namely GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and Beidou. Compatible with nano SIM and eSIM, the device supports global roaming with near-real-time location reporting and provides a host of services including SOS button, Geofence and BLE Found, a proximity-based service that triggers a buzzer alarm on HUAWEI Locator when a paired smartphone is within 10 meters...

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Huawei Announce HiSilicon Kirin 980 System on Chip available on Mate 20 in October

Similar to last years IFA Huawei have announced their new flagship system on chip that will be available on the new Mate 20 phones that should launch a month from now. The Kirin 980 brings some impressive improvements from the previous 970, and during our briefing, some exciting comparisons were made between the Kirin 980 and the Snapdragon 845. The brief specification of the Kirin 980  includes: The world’s first 7nm SoC Cortex A76- Based 8-core CPU 2 big cores running an A76 at 2.6Ghz 2 medium cored running at 1.92Ghz Dual NPU Dual Image Signal Processor Mali G76...

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Huawei Mate 20 lite announced & hands on – Kirin 710 SoC, quad camera & 3,750mAh battery

Huawei has decided to release the Lite version of their new Mate 20 phone before the main phones this year teasing us about the possible design and specification of the new flagship. The new wallet-friendly phone comes with many high-end features with its dual front camera system being particularly appealing to the selfie generation. The Mate 20 Lite is powered by a Kirin 710 SoC and 4GB of RAM. A 6.3-inch 19.5:9 FHD+ (2340×1080) HUAWEI FullView display, the Mate 20 lite offers a 4% increase in screen-to-body ratio, compared to the predecessor. Replacing the top bezel is a notched design...

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Acer Swift 7 (2018) Review: The worlds thinnest laptop : SF714-51T Score 83%

Acer Swift 7 (2018) Review: The worlds thinnest laptop : SF714-51T

Not content on making one of the lightest 15-inch laptops on the planet with the Swift 5, Acer have upped the ante and built the thinnest laptop in the world with the Acer Swift 7. Hopefully, this is not like mobile phones, where you sacrifice function over form. Announced back in January at CES 2018 this ultraportable laptop is just 8.98mm thick and it will set you back £1,599.99 via Currys making it one of the most expensive ultraportables on the market. Buy from Currys Features and Specification The main selling point here is its impossibly thin form, which...

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Honor Note 10 Launched : 6.95-inch AMOLED display, CPU & GPU Turbo, & 5000mAh battery

We already knew a lot about the new Honor Note 10 thanks to various leaks. It has been 2 years since Honor released one of the Note series of smartphones and the new model has a massive 6.95-inch 18.5:9 full-screen display. In comparison, the popular Samsung Galaxy Note 8 uses a 6.3-inch display. The phone shares many of the features of the smaller Honor 10, and has a  2.5D glass on the front and the back. The glass on the back has a special metal oxide nano-coating which makes it glitter under the light. Its huge 6.95-inch 18.5:9 display does not include a notch...

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