Galaxy S10: Official Introduction

Galaxy S10: Official Introduction

Galaxy S10: Official Introduction

Galaxy S10: Official Introduction

Galaxy S10: Official Introduction

The result of 10 years of pioneering mobile firsts the Samsung Galaxy S 10 introduces the next generation of mobile innovation. Galaxy S 10 the next generation Galaxy has arrived. S 10 goes beyond the bezel to introduce cinematic infinity display for the first truly uninterrupted smartphone viewing experience, made possible only by its unique laser cutting process. It has defied barriers of screen technology to float the camera discreetly within a sea of individually placed pixels. So you can enjoy its most colour accurate mobile screen, without anything in your way as tens dynamic AMOLED screen produces the only HDR 10 plus viewing experience on a smartphone, all while drastically reducing harmful blue light to make even the brightest of scenes easier on your eyes. It has revolutionary screen technology to deliver the first ultrasonic fingerprint sensor fused right into our groundbreaking display. It reads the peaks and troughs of your fingers unique characteristics for next-generation vault-like security. Simply tap the screen and S 10 instantly launches, opening our all-new intuitive one UI.

Galaxy S10: Official Introduction

Galaxy S10: Official Introduction

S10 redesigns the mobile camera with five pro-grade cameras that let you shoot like a pro without being a pro, powered by our revolutionary NPU. Three rear pro-grade cameras mean you can shoot with not just telephoto and wide lenses but an epic ultra wide. All while intelligently analyzing what you see to optimize colours according to the subject. Its revolutionary front camera captures a UHD four new levels of video recording and for the first time ever in mobile S 10 enables you to record professional grade HDR 10 plus video resulting in even greater colours in contrast frame by frame. While super steady lets you shoot high motion video without the motion sickness. So now every shot is worth sharing.

Galaxy S10: Official Introduction

Galaxy S10: Official Introduction

Next generation performance is designed especially for how today’s generation will live tomorrow. Always one step ahead. Its cutting edge processor preloads your favourite apps even the heaviest of apps open in an instant so they won’t slow you down and because the day doesn’t finish until you do S 10’s battery lasts all day. Thanks to groundbreaking intelligent battery management as ten automatically manages your battery power so you don’t have to. It also has a revolutionary wireless power share. Giving you for the first time the power to share power with phones and wearables even went on the go all without a charger. Next generation intelligence adapts to you. Learn in your habits to automatically perform common tasks and a smarter Bigsby now recognizes you.

Galaxy S10: Official Introduction

Galaxy S10: Official Introduction

” Hi, Bixby Paul Amy.” So you can unlock with just your voice. Next-generation connectivity means S 10 is built for tomorrow. Wi-Fi six makes it the first mobile to connect you quickly and more securely to the content you love and because it pioneered next-generation connectivity for a generation that can’t wait for. S 10 is also the first to offer superfast 5 G ensuring you’re always connected wherever whenever. From its next generation, smart screen to wireless power share the Galaxy S 10 is a phone like no other designed not to stand out. It is designed to stand apart. Galaxy S 10 the next-generation Galaxy has arrived.

Galaxy S10: Official Introduction

Galaxy S10: Official Introduction

Best Laptops of CES 2019

Best Laptops of CES 2019

Top 5 laptops that we saw at CES 2019. Today we are going to know about the top five non-gaming laptops of 2019.

Number five, the Asus Studio Book S.

Asus Studio Book S

This is a brand new 17-inch laptop coming out later this year, and not only it is 17 inch which we haven’t seen many of, but it also has a 16 by 10 aspect ratio. It’s also a pretty powerhouse of a laptop with Quadro graphics. Should be really good for those of you who are creators on the go.

Number four: The LG Gram 14 2-in-1.

The LG Gram 14 2-in-1

LG’s been making the Gram series for a few years now but this is their first convertible laptop and boy it is pretty impressive. At two and a half pounds, it’s one of the lightest convertibles out there and it has Inking support as well. Look for this one in early 2019.

Number three: The Huawei Mate book 13.

The Huawei Mate book 13

Best Laptops of CES 2019
Huawei Mate book 13

Huawei’s been on a roll with its Windows laptops which is surprising only cause they’re so new to it. But they look like they’re knocking it out of the park with the Mate book 13. A more budget-friendly version of the Mate Book X Pro which was very popular for 2018. This ultra-thin laptop has a three by two aspect ratio and really nice build quality. Sure it looks like a MacBook, but hey, it runs Windows 10 really well.

Number two: The Lenovo Yoga S940.

The Lenovo Yoga S940

Huawei Mate book 13
Lenovo Yoga S940

Lenovo’s been making some excellent laptops lately and the Yoga S940 is a brand new one. It’s just an Ultrabook so no convertible here and no touchscreen, but look at that ultra-thin bezel and that new notch that they’re doing for the web camera and Windows Hello support. This is an exceptionally light and well-built laptop that I think anyone who needs an Ultrabook will be very excited for.

Finally, number one: The LG Gram 17.

The LG Gram 17

Best Laptops of CES 2019
LG Gram 17

This year at CES we’ve seen a large amount of 17 inch laptops, but the LG Gram, wow. It’s super impressive. At 2.95 pounds or 1.3 kilograms, not only is it just a light laptop, but it’s absurdly light for a 17 inch one. But that 17-inch display is also very good and because of those razor-thin micro-bezels, well this is only the size of a 15-inch laptop. Pricing isn’t too bad either, starting at $1699. It’ll be coming out here in early 2019 and you bet we’ll review it soon. So there’s a quick look at the top five laptops that I found at CES 2019. And did I miss anything? Leave me a comment below and tell me what it is.

How the Blockchain will radically transform the Economy

How the Blockchain will radically transform the Economy

How the BlockChain will radically transform the Economy

Economists have been exploring people’s behaviour for hundreds of years, how we make decisions, how we act individually and in groups how we exchange value.

How the Block Chain will radically transform the Economy

How the Block Chain will radically transform the Economy

They’ve studied the institutions that facilitate our trade like legal systems corporations’ marketplaces. But there is a new technological institution that will fundamentally change how we exchange value and it’s called the blockchain. Now that’s a pretty bold statement but if you take nothing else away from this talk I actually want you to remember that while blockchain technology is relatively new it’s also a continuation of a very human story and the story is this as humans we find ways to lower uncertainty about one another so that we can exchange value.

Now one of the first people to really explore the idea of institutions as a tool in economics to lower our uncertainties about one another and be able to do trade was the Nobel economist Douglas North.

He passed away at the end of 2015 but worse pioneered with called new institutional economics and what he meant by institutions were really just formal rules like a constitution and informal constraints like bribery. These institutions are really the grease that allows our economic wheels to function and we can see this play out over the course of human history if we think back to when we were hunter-gatherer economies.

We really just traded within our village structure. We had some informal constraints in place but we enforced all of our trade with violence or social repercussions as our societies grew more complex and our trade routes more distant. We built up more formal institutions. Institutions like banks for currency governments corporations. These institutions helped us manage our trade as the uncertainty and the complexity grew and our personal control was much lower.

Eventually, with the internet, we put these same institutions online. We built platform marketplaces like Amazon, eBay, Alibaba just faster institutions that act as middlemen to facilitate human economic activity. As Douglas north saw its institutions are a tool to lower uncertainty so that we can connect and exchange all kinds of value in society and I believe we are now entering a further and radical evolution of how we interact and trade. Because for the first time we can lower uncertainty not just with political and economic institutions like our banks or corporations or governments but we can do it with technology alone.

So what is the blockchain?

How the Block Chain will radically transform the Economy

How the Block Chain will radically transform the Economy

Blockchain technology is a decentralized database that stores a registry of assets and transactions across a peer-to-peer network. It’s basically a public registry of who owns what and who transacts what. The transactions are secured through cryptography and over time that transaction history gets locked in blocks of data that are then cryptographically linked together and secured.

This creates an immutable unforgettable record of all of the transactions across this network. This record is replicated on every computer that uses the network. It’s not an app, it’s not a company I think its closest in the description to something like Wikipedia. We can see everything on Wikipedia. It’s a composite view that’s constantly changing and being updated.

We can also track those changes over time on Wikipedia and we can create our own wiki’s. Because at their core they’re just a data infrastructure on Wikipedia. It’s an open platform that stores words and images and the changes to that data over time on the blockchain. You can think of it as an open infrastructure that stores many kinds of assets.

It stores the history of custodianship, ownership and location for assets like the digital currency Bitcoin. Other digital assets like a title of ownership of IP it could be a certificate, a contract, real-world objects even personally identifiable information. There are of course other technical details to the blockchain but at its core, that’s how it works. It’s this public registry that stores transactions in a network and is replicated so that it’s very secure and hard to tamper with which brings me to my point of how block chains lower uncertainty and how they, therefore, promised to transform our economic systems in radical ways.

So uncertainty is kind of a big term in economics but I want to go through three forms of it that we face in almost all of our everyday transactions. We’re block chains, can play a role, we face uncertainties like not knowing who we’re dealing with, not having visibility into a transaction and not having recourse if things go wrong. So let’s take the first example.

Not knowing who we’re dealing with?

How the Block Chain will radically transform the Economy

How the Block Chain will radically transform the Economy

Let’s say I want to buy a used smartphone on eBay. The first thing I’m going to do is look up who I’m buying from are they a power user do they have great reviews and ratings or do they have no profile at all. Reviews, ratings, checkmarks these are the attestations about our identities that we cobble together today and use to lower uncertainty about who we’re dealing with. But the problem is they’re very fragmented.

Think about how many profiles you have block chains allow for us to create an open global platform on which to store any attestation about any individual. From any source this allows us to create a user controlled portable identity more than a profile. It means you can selectively reveal the different attributes about you that help facilitate trade or interaction for instance that a government issued you an ID or that you’re over 21 by revealing the cryptographic proof that these details exist and are signed off on having this kind of portable identity around the physical world and the digital world means we can do all kinds of human trade in a totally new way.

So I’ve talked about how block chains could lower uncertainty and who we’re dealing with. The second uncertainty that we often face is just not having transparency in our interactions.

Not having transparency in our interactions?

How the Block Chain will radically transform the Economy

How the Block Chain will radically transform the Economy

Let’s say you’re going to send me that smartphone by mail. I want some degree of transparency, I want to know the product I bought is the same one that arrives in the mail and that there’s some record for how it got to me.

This is true not just for electronics like smartphones but for many kinds of goods and data things like medicine luxury goods any kind of data or product that we don’t want tampered with. The problem in many companies especially those that produce something complicated like a smartphone is they’re managing all of these different vendors across a horizontal supply chain.

All of these people that go into making a product they don’t have the same database. They don’t use the same infrastructure and so it becomes really hard to see transparently a product evolved over time.

Using the blockchain we can create a shared reality across non-trusting entities by this I mean all of these nodes in the network do not need to know each other or trust each other because they each have the ability to monitor and validate the chain for themselves.

Think back to Wikipedia it’s a shared database and even though it has multiple readers and multiple writers. At the same time, it has one single truth so we can create that using block chains we can create a decentralized database that has the same efficiency of a monopoly without actually creating that central authority so all of these vendors, all sorts of companies can interact using the same database without trusting one another.

It means for consumers we can have a lot more transparency as a real-world object travels along we can see its digital certificate or token. Move on the blockchain adding value as it goes this is a whole new world in terms of our visibility. So I’ve talked about how block chains can lower our uncertainties about identity and how they change what we mean about transparency in long distances and complex trades like in a supply chain.

The last uncertainty that we often face is one of the most open-ended and it’s reneged a what if you don’t send me the smartphone can I get my money back?

Blockchains allow us to write code binding contracts between individuals and then guarantee that those contracts will bear out without a third party enforcer. So if we look at the smartphone example you could think about escrow you are financing that phone. But you don’t need to release the funds until you can verify that all the conditions have been met you got the phone.

I think this is one of the most exciting ways that block chains lower our uncertainties because it means to some degree. We can collapse institutions and their enforcement. It means a lot of human economic activity can get collateralized and automated and push a lot of human intervention to the edges the places where information moves from the real world to the blockchain.

I think what would probably floor Douglas North about this use of technology is the fact that the very thing that makes it work the very thing that keeps the blockchain secure and verified is our mutual distrust. So rather than all of our uncertainties slowing us down and requiring institutions like banks or governments or corporations we can actually harness all of that collective uncertainty and use it to collaborate and exchange more and faster and more open.

Now I don’t want you to get the impression that the blockchain is the solution to everything. Even though the media has said that it’s going to end world poverty. it’s also going to solve the counterfeit drug problem and potentially save the rainforest. The truth is this technology is in its infancy and we’re going to need to see a lot of experiments take place and probably fail before we truly understand all of the use cases for our economy but there are tons of people working on this from financial institutions to technology companies start-ups and universities and one of the reasons is that it’s not just an economic evolution it’s also an innovation in computer science. Blockchains give us the technological capability of creating a record of human exchange, of exchange of currency of all kinds of digital and physical assets even of our own personal attributes in a totally new way. So in some ways, they become a technological institution that has a lot of the benefits of the traditional institutions we’re used to using in society.

But it does this in a decentralized way, it does this by converting a lot of our uncertainties into certainties. So I think we need to start preparing ourselves because we’re about to face a world where distributed autonomous institutions have quite a significant role.

 

Samsung Galaxy A8s OFFICIAL!!! First Review

Samsung Galaxy A8s OFFICIAL!!! First Review

Samsung Galaxy A8s OFFICIAL!!! The detailed Review

Samsung just made the world’s first infinity O smartphone official and that’s the brand new galaxy A8s. The launch event was in China and Samsung along with showcasing the A8s also announced a few more important things.

Samsung Galaxy A8s OFFICIAL!!! First Review

Samsung Galaxy A8s OFFICIAL!!! First Review

First of Samsung revealed that China is an important market for them and a few months back they made the A6s official the A9s official and now is the perfect time for the game-changer the galaxy A8s. That’s the world’s first ever smartphone with a display hole and this smartphone is going to represent the future.

Samsung said that more brands are going to use the same gorgeous design in the near future. Next Samsung announced a few more interesting things about the A8s and it features first of this device is having three layers on top of the glass panel and that’s the 2.5 D glass LTPS display with a camera hole in the blue panel.

Samsung Galaxy A8s OFFICIAL!!! First Review

Samsung Galaxy A8s OFFICIAL!!! First Review

In the software department, Samsung said that you can quickly access the camera from the lock screen itself. yeah nothing new here but the triple camera sensor of the Galaxy A8s is capable of taking some amazing images.

There are different modes available, portrait shot, 2X zoom without loss of quality so long with making a smartphone with gorgeous display Samsung also wants to provide the best camera in that department.

And the A8s is now the slimmest smartphone with 7.4 mm thickness and that’s amazing. There’s going to be total of 3 colour variants first one is grey, black and blue and even the camera rim of that smartphone is going to represent that colour variant.

Along with that Samsung also announced a limited edition special blue pink gradient colour option especially for girls and I think it looks gorgeous.

The Samsung officials also talked a little about the user interface. Currently, it’s having Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box but it will be getting Android Pi based on Samsung 1 UI interface early next year.

Samsung Galaxy A8s OFFICIAL!!! First Review

Samsung Galaxy A8s OFFICIAL!!! First Review

So, this is all guys other specifications are :

  • snapdragon 670 processor
  • 6/8 gigs of RAM
  • 128 gigs of internal storage
  • and there is no headphone jack

That’s a bit of disappointment but every company is going to remove the headphone jack later or sooner. There is no information about the pricing and sale. More brands are planning to announce these types of smartphone infinity o display later this month so if you want to know more about them keep visiting Technercia News.

How Fuchsia OS might REPLACE Android

How Fuchsia OS might REPLACE Android

How Fuchsia OS might REPLACE Android

You probably don’t need telling their Android is the very powerful and versatile operating system but Google is working on something else named Fuchsia, which may well end up being a direct replacement. I split this article into four main sections and by the end of it, we should have
a pretty clear idea of what all the fuss is about.

How Fuchsia OS might REPLACE Android

How Fuchsia OS might REPLACE Android

So before we get into it, a quick note on kernels. Computer kernels are the core of an operating system. They provide the basic mechanisms around which the OS can be
built and a lot of.

Androids main problems come from the fact that it is based off the line of the kernel which was not originally intended for phones. And in fact, Android the software itself was built initially for digital cameras. So from its very core, it isn’t exactly specialized for what a phone it needs to do.

So what about Fuchsia?

Well this OS is based on a completely new kernel with two key benefits. It is designed with the smartly connected future in mind and is much less specific in his code and so built to work across a wider range of devices. They call this kernel zircon.

So what’s the benefit?

The reason that Fuchsia OS is so powerful is that this kernel lets it run on pretty much everything. Everything from small phones and PCs to fridges and traffic lights. One operating system for everything.

So as more and more small devices are entering people’s homes a single OS could essentially mean completely seamless integration between them. Your music could switch from your phone’s speaker to your small speaker the moment you enter a room. And your car could pick up your Spotify session exactly where you left off when you walked out of the building.

 

How Fuchsia OS might REPLACE Android

How Fuchsia OS might REPLACE Android

Also with Android voice commands kind of feel like a tacked-on feature whereas actually, they have the potential to be even easier than interacting with your phone using your fingers. And so Fuchsia kind of be built around this idea alongside much tighter security measures. It could solve what is arguably one of Android’s biggest downsides and that is fragmentation. Fragmentation is the reason why a lot of these phones don’t perform as well as their hardware is capable of. And is the reason why updates are all over the place and it exists because Android is a bit of a jumbled mess.

Android has software kernel and drivers. All woven together in a slightly different configuration reach devices. This means Google can’t just push an update through to every Android phone out there. These three aspects have to be decoupled manually by OEMs like Samsung and HTC. Google has very little control over how people experience Android on 95% of phones and this is a problem because these OEMs don’t really have an incentive to keep your device updated. They’d have an incentive to maintain performance over two years that you might use a phone. If anything they want your current devices to become obsolete so you’ll buy more hardware which is where their profits are.

Fuchsia is simpler it’s cleaner it’s built with updates in mind and it’s also one of the ways that Google can actually regain control over the end-user software experience also Fuchsia OS is written on the flutter software development kit which is important because this works with Android too. Meaning that it’s very likely Android apps will be able to run on it obviously this is completely critical for any potential new operating system. It’s not like Google could just start from scratch with the vast library of apps and games they’ve built on Android.

So then you might be wondering what does Fuchsia look like?

Because Fuchsia is such an adaptable bit of software. It doesn’t need a visual UI to run but if you were to have it on a small phone we’ve got a pretty good idea of what it might look like a very early apk file was leased last year and basically it’s a list but instead of one list that leads to another. everything is on this one page and you never really leave the page. All applications you open operate within their own space and one tab back home just minimizes them. it seems very focused and the emphasis on accounts logging in
and logging out reinforces its online nature.

Interestingly there’s a volume and brightness slider right on the home page which may well mean there’s no status bar is different with us to be expected with an OS built on entirely different DNA.

How Fuchsia OS might REPLACE Android

How Fuchsia OS might REPLACE Android

Okay, so the big question is fuchsia about to replace Android?

Maybe, definitely not in the next couple of years but Google has dedicated enough resources to this project they’ve actually got over a hundred engineers working on it right now to kind of show that it’s more than just a cytosol this is a serious part of Google’s vision of the future. In fact only a couple of weeks ago we found out that Fuchsia is now already being tested on smartphones after a code change was found on the honour play so what do you think? Are you excited about the connected future we’re moving towards or are you just a little worried that Google is slowly but surely controlling more and more aspects of our lives?

Please share your views in the comments section below and also keep visiting for new and hot tech news.