Mi Notebook 14 was launched in India as Xiaomi’s latest laptop. The company launched its first series of laptops in the Indian market in June last year, under which the Mi Notebook 14 and Mi Notebook 14 Horizon Edition were launched. Mi Notebook 14 (IC) is the latest edition in this series, which is equipped with a 10th generation Intel Core i5-10210 U Comet Lake processor, with a built-in 720p HD webcam. This laptop has a 46 Wh battery, which is said to provide up to 10 hours of battery life.
Mi Notebook 14 (IC) price in India, sale
The Mi Notebook 14 (IC) price starts at Rs 43,999 in India. Mi Notebook 14 (IC) at Mi.com Can be purchased in a single silver color option up to. Additionally, it will be available for purchase through Mi Homes, Amazon.in, Flipkart, and Retail Partners. An instant 10 percent discount is included with the Axis Bank card at Mi.com.
Mi Notebook 14 (IC) Specifications
Mi Notebook 14 (IC) works on Windows 10 Home Edition. It has a 14-inch (1,920 × 1,080 pixels) full-HD anti-glare display with a 16: 9 aspect ratio, a 1.2 percent screen-to-body ratio, and a 178-degree wide viewing angle. The laptop is equipped with 14 Intel Core i5-10210U quad-core processors (IC) 1.6GHz, with Intel UHD Graphics 620 and Nvidia GeForce MX250 graphics. Apart from this, it has 8GB of RAM and 512GB of SSD storage.
The ports on the Mi Notebook 14 (I) include two USB Type-A ports, a USB 2.0 port, an HDMI port, a microphone / audio jack combo, and a DC jack. For connectivity, the laptop has Bluetooth V5 and Wi-Fi AC. The laptop has a built-in 720p webcam and two 2-watt speakers. The laptop weighs 1.5 kg and measures 323x228x17.95 mm. As we mentioned, the Notebook 14 (IC) has a 46 Wh battery, which has been claimed to provide up to 10 hours of battery life. Aside from this, it has a 65-watt fast charger, which charges the laptop from 0 to 50 percent in 35 minutes.
Nokia Mobile partnered with FIH in its early days to bring Nokia smartphones back to market. That business deal lasted for a while, but Nokia Mobile has changed its strategy in the last two years and is trying to find a local manufacturer in some larger markets. A great example of this type of market is India, which is important to the Nokia brand, as there are many manufacturers who can assemble smartphones from scratch. There is also the historical importance of India, as Nokia used to manufacture its phones there until the end of the Devices and Services department.
In 2019, Nokia Mobile announced that phones sold in the Indian market will also bear the inscription “Made in India”. The Nokia 5.3 sold in India, for example, is already made there. Now, the Economic Times India reports that Lava, an Indian mobile phone maker, is already making Nokia phones in India. This will have a positive effect on the price of 4G phones, which will drop dramatically.
Nokia won’t be the only brand Lava will make. The Indian handset maker is apparently in talks with Motorola to strike a deal similar to Nokia’s. Lava’s obvious plan is to strengthen its position as a manufacturer now that people are taking good care of whether electronics are made in India or China. Lava even upgraded its manufacturing line, which is now capable of producing 30 million smartphones and 40 million feature phones
Generally, I don’t care if Nokia phones are made by Lava, or any other manufacturer, if some necessary quality standards are met, and if the quality control criteria are high enough. This deal is definitely good for Lava, Nokia and all other brands as it will make their products more competitive in the market due to lower manufacturing costs and probably tight logistics.
PUBG Mobile is possibly the most famous battle royale game on the mobile platform. This game has amassed a massive player base and shows no signs of slowing down.
In India, however, the last few months have not been the best for fans and players of this game, as the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology imposed a ban.
Since then, they have been waiting for the return of their beloved title. And a week ago, fans finally got some good news. PUBG Corporation, in a press release, announced a special version of PUBG Mobile for Indian users, leaving gamers ecstatic and excited about the return of their favorite game.
Changes in the Indian version of PUBG Mobile
PUBG Corporation also stated that the content of the game would be improved to meet the needs and match the preferences of the local player. So, PUBG Mobile India would be slightly different from the global version.
These are some of the important changes:
Hit Effect: The hit effect will turn green, indicating the virtual nature of the game. Players can change this color in the global version, but it is expected to be green in the Indian version.
Default Character Clothing: All characters in the game will likely be fully dressed by default.
Feature to restrict playing time for younger players: restrictions on playing time would be put in place to promote healthy gaming habits and culture.
Exclusive esports league for the Indian region
Company also announced its plans to host an esports league exclusively for the Indian region. It will lead to the further development of game on competitive front.
PUBG Mobile India also released various teaser / announcement trailers for the next iteration on their social media identifiers. These clips featured some popular PUBG Mobile influencers: Dynamo, Kronten, and Jonathan. The trailer is expected to provide players with the exact release date of the game.
Additionally, players will likely be able to migrate data from the global version to the Indian version.
PUBG Mobile Season 15 kicked off on September 15, ushering in the new Royale Pass with its theme, ‘Beyond A.C.E.’ It has been one of the most exciting seasons yet, and the developers have now unveiled the next season of the game. Like at the end of any other season, there is a rank reset for all users, with the RP section no longer accessible.
The new PUBG Mobile season 16 was released today, that is, November 17 around 2 a.m. GMT / 7:30 a.m. IST. It has also introduced a new Royale Pass for fans, allowing them to take part in new missions and earn lots of exciting rewards.
The release date, time and theme of the season 16 Royale Pass in PUBG Mobile As stated above, PUBG Mobile Season 16 along with its Royale Pass launched today. Active PUBG Mobile players can check the availability of the new season in the Royale Pass section of the game.
PUBG Mobile recently collaborated with Metro, a popular video game franchise, and thus made some basic alterations to the player’s theme and lobby settings, alongside this season’s Royale Pass.
The new Royale Pass is now called the Metro Royale Pass or Metro Royale. The last season had no maintenance breaks or updates to the game while it was being updated.
The two paid variants of the Metro Royale Pass are now available: Elite Pass and Elite Pass Plus. Players can acquire them by spending 600UC for the first and 1800UC for the second. Season 16 Royale Pass rewards also include various items ranging from outfits, vehicle skins, weapon skins, emotes, and much more.
Almost a month after revealing some key details about its upcoming Exynos 1080 mobile SoC, Samsung Electronics has announced that it will be officially unveiled on November 12. It is expected to replace the Exynos 980 as the company’s top mid-range mobile processor, the Exynos 1080. It will be based on an efficient 5nm process which is said to be the same LPE node used for the upcoming Snapdragon 875 SoC. .
That’s according to the director of the Samsung Semiconductor China Research Institute, Dr. Pan Xuebao, who revealed last month that the chip will come with the new ARM Cortex-A78 CPU cores and the ARM Mali-G78 GPU. He also claimed that the chip exceeds 650,000 points in AnTuTu even while still in development. For comparison, high-end Android phones with Snapdragon 865 hover around the ~ 600,000 mark, so the next processor certainly looks promising.
It’s worth noting that Samsung is rumored to be working on two different mobile processors, at least one of which is said to feature AMD graphics. One of them is Exynos 1080, the other is believed to be the Exynos 2100, which is expected to power the company’s flagship Galaxy S21 series smartphones next year. While there isn’t much information on that front, it is expected to have the core of ARM’s Super CPU Cortex-X1, according to recent reports.
There doesn’t seem to be any more information on the Exynos 1080 at this point, but reports suggest that Vivo will be the first company to launch a phone with the new chipset. While neither Samsung nor Vivo have confirmed the exact model, insider Ice Universe (@UniverseIce) has claimed that the Vivo X60 could be the first device to work with the upcoming chipset.
The Indian Army has decided to tighten the security of its soldiers by creating a secure messaging app similar to WhatsApp as part of the Atmanirbhar Bharat campaign. This internal secure messaging application is aptly named SAI (short for Secure Application for Internet). It will help military personnel to stop the leakage of confidential or private information to intelligence agencies.
Now when I say that the messaging app is similar to WhatsApp, it may not sound really reassuring to many of you. But what I mean is that the Indian Army uses an end-to-end encryption messaging protocol like many other messaging apps. This means that no one can read the messages except the sender and receiver, which makes it similar to Telegram and WhatsApp.
The SAI messaging app is said to support end-to-end ciphertext, voice, and video calling. What is the biggest difference here? The Indian Army boasts of the security features of the app, including “local internal servers and encryption which can be modified as per requirements”. Your data is not stored on the Amazon or Facebook server, especially outside the country.
The SAI name of the application has not only an abbreviated representation. It is named after Colonel Sai Shankar. The defense minister praised his skill and ingenuity in creating a secure messaging app AtmaNirbhar. SAI has already been vetted by the CERT and Army Cyber Group integrated auditor.
The SAI application “will be used by pan-Army to facilitate secure messaging within the service” and prevent information leaks in the future. It is currently available only on Android (for military personnel and not for the general masses) and an iOS app is in the works, according to the report. This move by the Indian Army follows the recent ban on the use of Facebook and Instagram, along with more than 89 apps, due to national security risks.
Vi (formerly Vodafone Idea) was reportedly India’s fastest mobile operator in Q3 2020. That’s according to global internet speed test leader Ookla, which claims that the merged British and Indian company emerged as the leader in upload and download speeds in all three countries. months that ended on September 30, while Airtel and Jio ranked number two and three, respectively.
According to the report, Vi recorded average download speeds of 13.7 Mbps and average upload speeds of 6.19 Mbps during the period. Airtel came in second with an average download speed of 13.58Mbps and an average upload speed of 4.15Mbps, while Jio took the final position of the podium with download speeds of 9.71Mbps and upload speeds of 3.41Mbps on average.
The report further states that speeds differ significantly from city to city. Hyderabad apparently had the fastest average download speeds on mobile devices during this period at 14.35 Mbps, closely followed by Mumbai at 13.55 Mbps and Visakhapatnam at 13.40 Mbps. The slowest average download speeds on our list were measured in Nagpur (10 , 44 Mbps), Kanpur (9.45 Mbps) and Lucknow (8.67 Mbps).
According to a damning report from the same source earlier this week, overall connectivity speeds in India are significantly lower than some of our immediate neighbors, including Nepal, Sri Lanka and Pakistan. Be that as it may, the country leads in terms of 4G availability, with up to 93.7% of the locations tested across the country showing the presence of 4G networks of one operator or another. Bangladesh followed with an availability of 78.6%, while Pakistan had the lowest 4G availability in the region during this period at 72.9%.
Earlier this year, ahead of its annual developer conference, WWDC, Apple introduced the new iPad Pro with a slew of enhancements including, finally, trackpad support on the iPad. Then with iPadOS 13.4, trackpad support was shipped to all iPads that were compatible with the update. Since then, it’s been a pretty big feature for iPads, but it’s still catching up in terms of actual app compatibility. While it’s been quite a while since iPadOS 13.4 was first introduced, trackpad support is still being added in some of the larger iPad apps.
Today, Microsoft announces that its Office applications for iPad now finally have trackpad support on iPadOS 14. This change applies to Microsoft 360 applications including Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint, and brings the iPad closer to being a fully capable computer. , and not just a tablet.
With trackpad support, navigation and operations within compatible Microsoft applications will now be easier than ever. Particularly in Microsoft Excel, where you can now select ranges of cells with a trackpad or mouse. This was also possible before this, but it wasn’t as natural or intuitive as it will be now, courtesy of the trackpad. This also means that all basic Office interactions, such as selecting and highlighting text or resizing images in a presentation, can also be done with more natural trackpad gestures rather than touchscreen interactions.
Microsoft says the updates will roll out to all users in a few weeks, so in case you don’t already have trackpad support in Office apps, keep an eye out for new updates.
According to a report from Android Police, Google appears to be finally working to bring dark mode to its operating system for Chromebooks. While the two most popular operating systems, Windows and macOS, have had dark mode for a while, Chrome OS users have sadly missed it for all this time.
Since the new dark mode is currently being worked on, it is only available on the Canary channel for Chrome OS at the moment, which means that it will be quite unstable and buggy from now on.
If you’ve been itching to try out the new dark mode on your Chromebook, here’s how to enable it in Chrome Canary.
Go to “chrome: // flags / # enable-force-dark” and enable the flag. Also enable “chrome: // flags / # enable-webui-dark-mode”
According to Android Police, you can also use the “chrome: // flags / # dark-light-mode” flag to darken the Chrome OS theme. As mentioned above, dark mode has yet to reach the end, and although some aspects of the Chrome OS interface, such as the wallpaper picker, browser, and most system apps look fine in mode dark at the moment, there are inconsistencies.
Also, apparently dark mode doesn’t work for some Chrome Canary users at all. Clearly, this feature is far from ready at the moment, but hopefully Google can bring it to the stable channel of the Chrome OS sooner rather than later.
Although modern cars come equipped with all kinds of advanced technologies, I’m pretty sure that a strange sound coming out of your vehicle has worried you at least once, at some point. Often times, general drivers cannot analyze internal car problems with just a strange sound. And that makes the maintenance process for car owners quite complicated. So to help drivers instantly detect internal car problems, Skoda has developed a new app that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to detect internal car defects just by listening to its sound.
Czech automaker Skoda has developed a new artificial intelligence-based application called Sound Analyzer. This app is a unique tool for drivers and auto mechanics to quickly spot a vehicle’s internal problems with just the sound of its engine.
How does it work?
Now, the way “Sound Analyzer” works is pretty straightforward. When a driver or mechanic starts the app, it records the sound of the faulty car. Then use the AI algorithm to compare this recorded sound to many of the pre-recorded healthy car sounds. So if there is an abnormality in the sound pattern of the faulty car, the app can detect the internal problem and suggest a relevant solution for it.
Škoda has been testing the app on its cars for quite some time. In fact, up to 245 Škoda dealers located in countries such as Austria, Germany, France and Russia have been using Sound Analyzer since June 2019.
Speaking about the new app, Stanislav Pekař, Skoda’s head of after-sales said: “The Sound Analyzer app is an excellent example of the new opportunities that digitization at ŠKODA can create, including in terms of after-sales. We will continue to constantly use artificial intelligence technologies to offer our customers an even more personalized service, thus enhancing the customer experience even more. ”