Showing posts from October, 2018

Features of HTC Exodus.

HTC Exodus: HTC Exodus 1 smartphone was launched in October 21 2018. The phone comes with a 6.00-inch touchscreen display.

The HTC Exodus 1 is powered by octa-core processor and it comes with 6GB of RAM. The phone packs 128GB of internal storage. As far as the cameras are concerned, the HTC Exodus 1 packs a 12-megapixel + 16-megapixel primary camera on the rear and a 8-megapixel front shooter for selfies.

The HTC Exodus 1 is a single SIMsmartphone. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, GPS and Bluetooth. Sensors on the phone include Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Ambient light sensor and Gyroscope.The HTC Exodus 1 is powered by a 3500mAh.

Processor:  octa-core
Front Camera:8-megapixel + 8-megapixel
OS:Android Oreo
Rear Camera:12-megapixel + 16-megapixel
Battery Capacity:3500mAh

Release date:October 2018
Launched in India: No
Form factor:Touchscreen
IP rating: IP68
Battery capacity (mAh):3500
Fast charging:Proprietary
Wireless …

Mini-drone is one of 2018 best invention.

This is the greatest invention of 2018. Imagine that you would have a mini-drone in your pocket and use it in a million different ways; from taking great selfies to recording HD videos of your daily life. Well, this is really going to happen! With a few clicks of the button you can control your DroneX Pro via your smartphone. Anyone can do it. People use it to take the 'ultimate selfie' and the results are fantastic.

View the DroneX Pro in action:

With the DroneX Pro you will take beautiful HD videos and photos of your next adventure. It has all the functions to satisfy the professionals, but is incredibly easy to fly and control, even for complete beginners.

What makes the DroneX Pro so revolutionary?

The DroneX Pro The DroneX Pro is designed by two engineers who love drones. They found the drones they had very heavy, very difficult to fly and difficult to take with them on a trip.

That's why they designed this ultra-compact, light and easy-to-fly drone without sacrificing…

HTC Exodus will soon be launched.

After working on its Blockchain-powered smartphone Exodus for months, HTC has finally announced it will introduce the device as early as October. The company also indicated the launch on its Instagram page for all to be ready to see the new device design.
According to HTC Vive Founder, Phil Chen, Exodus previously asserted that a smartphone like Exodus with a crypto-currency wallet will provide the most secure wallet which will soon be launched in the market, tech website Smarthouse reported on Monday.
However, he added that the device will initially target a "niche" audience and will be priced similarly to the world's first Blockchain powered smartphone,around $1,000, the report added.
The HTC Exodus is the brainchild of Chen, who was also the driving force behind the Vive virtual reality (VVR) headset and forms the start of a major blockchain push as the company looks to return to the smartphone industry.
The company had also said that the HTC Exodus will be launch &q…

How to retrieve a deleted file.

Do You need a document, photo or other files that you're sure was deleted? You've searched your hard drive. You've scoured the Recycle Bin. No sign of it? Don't panic. As long as you act quickly, you can usually bring that file back to life. And to accomplish that feat, you'll want to turn to a recovery program to help you undelete it.

I've used and recommend three such applications: Recuva, EaseUS Data Recovery and Active Uneraser. With these programs, you can run a quick search for recently deleted files and conduct a more time-consuming but thorough scan to dig up older ones. You can scan external media, such as USB drives and SD cards, as well as your computer's internal disk.

If the deleted file is one you've synced or stored in the cloud, you can typically undelete it as long as your cloud provider offers some type of recycle bin or trash folder. Popular services such as OneDrive, iCloud, Google Drive, Box and Dropbox all give you ways to resusci…

How researchers use smartphone app to diagnose diseases

Two researchers are using smartphone data to try to diagnose Parkinson's disease.
In a paper published Thursday, Patrick Schwab and Walter Karlen of the Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Systems in Switzerland proposed using smartphone data and machine learning to help diagnose Parkinson's disease. The idea is to use data collected by a smartphone and analyze it for signs of the disease, as well as its progression. 

Parkinson's disease is a disorder of the nervous system that affects a person's ability to control his or her movements, according to the Mayo Clinic. The disease progresses over time and can affect a sufferer's ability to speak or walk. Currently, no cure exists for Parkinson's, though treatments are available to make the symptoms more manageable.
Parkinson's affects more than 6 million people worldwide, according to the research paper. A quarter of Parkinson's diagnoses are incorrect because other movement disorders may have similar …