Monday, May 20, 2019

Intel, Qualcomm, join Google in Huawei ban

Huawei’s bad weekend is turning worse as the company’s American suppliers are all falling in line with a US government edict banning them from doing business with the company. Bloomberg now reports that Intel, Qualcomm, and Broadcom, three of the world’s leading chip designers and suppliers, are cutting off their dealings with Huawei, effective immediately. Nikkei reports that German chipmaker Infineon Technologies has also suspended shipments to Huawei, as have US memory chip makers Micron Technology and Western Digital.

Sunday, April 7, 2019

Android Q will come with "deep press" or 3D Touch natively

According to Android Q documentation, the next major Android OS will natively support a feature called "deep press" or also known as Force Touch or 3D Touch in Apple OS (iOS).

100W Smartphone Turbo Charge that could change the way we charge our smartphones

Smartphone makers are racing to design the fastest charging technology for mobile devices. Oppo’s SuperVOOC, which is rated at 50W power output is the fastest wired charging, available on a smartphone right now.


Sunday, December 23, 2018

NVIDIA GeForce MX250 Mobility GPU Leaks


NVIDIA’s entry-level mobility graphics lineup hasn’t been updated for a while and the only traction that we got to see recently was in the high-end Max-Q variants. This will soon be changing as there are plans underway by NVIDIA to introduce a new replacement to their most entry level Pascal chip or the GeForce MX150.

Friday, November 23, 2018

How to Enable NVIDIA GeForce In-Game Overlay on any NVIDIA Graphic Cards

What is NVIDIA In-Game Overlay?

NVIDIA In-Game Overlay is a feature that comes with NVIDIA GeForce Experience application. This feature provides such as ShadowPlay (NVIDIA Screen Recorder with lossless FPS), FPS Counter overlay, live broadcast services (with the camera, viewers, and comments overlay).
Sadly, this feature only available for GeForce GTX Desktop GPU 600 series or higher and GeForce GTX Notebook 660M or higher. Even if your NVIDIA Graphic card has a better performance than i.e GTX Notebook 660M, you can't enable this feature. But don't worry, you still able to use this feature but you might unable to use screen-recorder or live broadcast features on NVIDIA In-Game overlay.