Photography is ever-changing, especially for smartphones. However, the fundamentals of photography remain the same. Be it DSLR or smartphone cameras, the basics are the same - especially the exposure triangle. Of course, there are differences between DSLR & smartphone cameras.
We've seen and heard NVMe SSDs thermal throttling. It's something that we all worry about, and want to avoid when we're getting our own NVMe SSD. I mean, these speedy storage devices aren't cheap - and thermal throttling can diminish its speed. Well, here we'll tell you how to prevent NVMe SSD thermal throttling.
Facebook has a tendency to test things by randomly assigning us in undisclosed groups. We've first had large texts for status updates, then slowly moved towards multicolored and textured status updates not long after that. What's interesting is the influx of little new things being tested on Facebook that most of us didn't even have the chance to see it in action. Here, I'm going to show you the new upcoming feature - Facebook Background Posts.
Let's start off by saying this - in times of modern society, we're always connected via our smart devices. Be it our desktop, laptop, smartphone, tablets, or whatever. Times are tough, and we all need to adapt to this connected world. I mean, seriously - we tend to ignore those who are in front of us, but stare at our phones and chat with those who are not in front of us - maybe never even met before! Samsung's brand new short film, "Masa", means "time" in Malay, is a video made in conjunction with this festive season.
Time for some wholesome news - which I think is really lacking in the world today. OPPO is donating their profits for the OPPO R9s Black Edition to orphanages, so the children of tomorrow can have a better future.
Now, this is a major malware outbreak. It's been quite a long time since any malware outbreak of such caliber has happened - but this time, it's a ransomware called WannaCry. If you're infected, then your files are probably gone. It's just not worth trying to salvage them at all, actually.
I shall start by saying this - dual-camera smartphones are all the rage these days. I've seen many people looking for a new smartphone, and one of their criteria is "must have dual-camera". While it is arguably one of the newest feature offered at the hardware level, there are major misconceptions about these dual-camera smartphones. Let's DEBUNK all of them here!
Not too long ago, we have this little issue regarding the Huawei P10's storage and RAM chips used. That caused a lot of stir already, since we consumers need to pay the same price to enter a "performance lottery". If you get UFS 2.1 with LPDDR4 on your unit of the P10, you're lucky. While that storm is still brewing, Huawei decided to preemptively make the next move - removing any mentions of UFS 2.1 on the Mate 9 and its Pro variant's product page.
I think the best way to start this off is the seriousness of this issue, but a little more context is needed. This is the Huawei P10 and the P10 Plus's situation now - it uses two different types of RAM and a total of 3 different types of storage technologies. Here's why it matters.