Facebook is also ramping up production of Oculus VR headsets, according to Nikkei, with a similar goal of pushing growth up to 2 million units in the second half of 2020 — this would reportedly be up 50 percent on its output for the whole of 2019. The company is said to be starting mass production for a new headset this month, though Nikkei doesn’t say whether it’s a standalone system like the Quest or a tethered headset like the Rift S. … [Read more...] about Sony reportedly boosts PS5 production by 50 percent
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Realme C11 Summary performance MediaTek Helio G35 storage 32 GB camera 13 MP + 2 MP battery 5000 mAh display 6.52" (16.56 cm) ram 2 GB See Full Specifications Promoted realme XT (Pearl Blue, 4GB RAM, 64GB Storage) ₹ 16,999 ₹ 18,999 … [Read more...] about Realme C11 with 5000mAh battery, 6.5-inch HD+ display launched in Malaysia: Price, specs and more
Usually, people like playing games on a phone, and with the best gaming phone, one doesn’t need high-end gaming devices like a PlayStation or an Xbox. There are numerous gaming phones that have evolved in the market and come with the latest software to deliver an immersive gaming experience. Moreover, the RAM of the phone is one of the most important factors that should be considered when you buy a phone, especially for gaming purposes. A phone with 4GB RAM should suffice for playing basic games. But if you want to play games with intense graphics then you need 8GB or 12GB RAM through which you can instantly access your favorite games. Is 4GB RAM enough in 2020?4GB RAM is sufficient for normal usage. The Android operating system is built in a way that automatically handles the RAM for various applications. Even if the RAM of your phone is full, the RAM will automatically adjust itself when you download a new app. Does SD card increase RAM?An SD card enables you to enhance the … [Read more...] about Is 4GB RAM enough for a gaming phone?
Javier Soltero, who rolled in to Google last November with the mission of cleaning all of this up, characterizes it as an “integrated workspace” that should make it easier for workers to shift between these different modes of communication without feeling lost. So, for example, someday the chat box that already appears in a Google Doc or a Google Meet window wouldn’t be a random extra box, but instead be integrated with your other chats or rooms. … [Read more...] about Gmail is integrating Google Chat, Rooms, and Meet to take on Microsoft and Slack
Earlier this year, rival drive vendor Seagate promised to deliver 18TB and 20TB drives in 2020, but they have not yet materialized in retail channels. Seagate's largest drives, like Western Digital's, needed a new technology to overcome the Magnetic Recording Trilemma—but Western Digital's EAMR is considerably less-exotic than the HAMR (Heat Assisted Magnetic Recording) used by Seagate. That more conservative approach likely helped Western Digital beat its rival to market. Understanding the Magnetic Recording Trilemma The maximum usable data density on a magnetic recording device is limited by three competing factors. Magnetic coercivity—the strength of magnetic field required to demagnetize a domain—must be high enough to prevent the separately recorded grains from influencing one another and corrupting data. The field strength of the write head must be high enough to overcome the coercivity of the medium. Finally, the size of the field generated by the write … [Read more...] about Western Digital releases new 18TB, 20TB EAMR drives