Smartphone imaging systems will continue to see strong hardware upgrades this year, with counterpoint research’s latest Global Smartphone camera demand-side report highlighting CMOS image sensor (CIS) content per smartphone will expand to an average of 4.1. despite the global components crunch, CIS growth is expected to grow by double digits to reach almost 6bn units in 2021.
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Samsung Galaxy M33
Samsung has launched Galaxy M33 5G smartphone as part of its M-series in India. The smartphone has been launched in two variants in India and is available for purchase via Amazon and Samsung's online store.
Fire-Boltt Ring 2 Smartwatch
An exquisitely-designed, sleek health coach
Indigenous OS - Will It Ever Make It?
The government's recent announcement that it is considering developing an operating system, is seen as an interesting move to break the dominance enjoyed by Google's Android and Apple's iOS. Although it's a step in the right direction as India's very own OS will give a better control over content, data and privacy to the government at local level, it's going to be not as easy as one thinks. Developing an operating system has its own set of challenges and the government's statement leaves more questions than answers.
Security Risks and Privacy Challenges in the Metaverse
Metaverse (Meta = Beyond, Verse = Universe), a world beyond this universe, is a term intimidating enough on its own. Metaverse will be a world of mixed reality, mixing real and digital, where we will have new technology to capture more data that has never been captured till now.
Online Business vs Offline Business - Perks and challenges made known
With the digital technology having become an integral part of our lives, going online is no longer a luxury for businesses, it is now a necessity, writes Vineet Toshniwal
Yamaha's New Range of Wireless Headphones
With adaptive technologies at the forefront
Redmi has unveiled the Redmi 10 in India, adding to the popular list of smartphones under the Redmi number series. The smartphone packs features like longer battery life, better camera, etc, and is available on Mi.com, Flipkart, Mi Home and Mi Studio stores.
Realme has launched a new budget smartphone in India Real storage variants; 3GB + 32GB priced at Rs 8,999 and 4GB + 64GB priced at Rs 9,999, in two colours; Light Silver and Dark Green on realme.com, Flipkart and mainline channels.
TAGG Verve Connect Smartwatch
Swap from watch calling to phone calling and vice-versa
Best brands to bank on for memory
Nigerian Projects Stall as Chinese Loans Dry Up
President Buhari's legacy could be marred by Beijing's waning appetite for costly public works abroad
DR. ICHAK ADIZES is an expert in change management for organizations. Here he shares some thoughts on why we celebrate diversity, cultural and otherwise.
Adventures in a floating hide
Fusing the mediative Zen school with the vibrant pulse of Africa.
DIRT, DUST & DESIRE
Pulling off a month-long moto quest across 5,000 miles of Africa takes help. Luckily, this gang found lots of it everywhere they went.
A Waste Of Time
Plastic rarely gets recycled, ending up in landfills and our seas. From waste-reclaimers to waste-preneurs laboriously upcycling all kinds of material, will the circular economy become mainstream before we choke up our oceans and the planet with immutable rubbish?
Truffles: Black Gold for South African Farmers
Growing black winter truffles can be a highly lucrative undertaking for farmers looking to diversify their enterprises. Volker and Paul Miros, who run Woodford Truffles SA, spoke to Marinda Louw Coetzee about the expert knowledge and capital required to do so.
Ensuring Sustainable Food Systems in Africa
"It is imperative that Africa’s policies, regulations and infrastructure support the global solutions proposed to improve food security on the continent, the authors of this article argue."
There's No Such Thing as “the Latino Vote”
Why can't America see that?
50 000-year-old Social Network Discovered
"German scientists say they’ve discovered a kind of social network that could be about 50 000 years old in southern and east Africa."