Even though the popularity of tablets and their innovations seem to be declining steeply, that didn‘t stop Xiaomi from presenting its latest tablet: the 8 inch Mi Pad 4. The Android tablet will run on a Snapdragon 660 soc and features a design with rounded corners. The 8-inch display has a 16:10 aspect ratio of  The post Xiaomi Reveals Affordable Mi Pad 4 With Facial Unlock appeared first on TechFrag.
There are a lot of perks that fall in favour of using a framework when it comes to web-based application development. First, a framework allows web developers to launch your web-based application quite fast and efficiently, not to mention that maintaining and upgrading the app becomes easy. The fact that most frameworks are open source  The post What UI Development Framework Should You Use? appeared first on TechFrag.
Even though earlier rumors suggested that Apple would bring the price of their upcoming flagship iPhone X down, it appears that the Cupertino company has now decided on keeping the 1000 price tag for its most expensive model, at least in the States. In some European countries, the current iPhone X costs well over 1,349  The post Rumor: Most Expensive New iPhone Will Retain iPhone X Price Tag appeared first on TechFrag.
Honor, a Huawei subbrand that is known for releasing devices in the mid-range and lower range segment, is reportedly working on the Honor Note 10 smartphone with a whopping 6000 mAh battery. The Note 10 would also feature a large 6.9-inch display with a screen-to-body ratio of 83 percentand no notch. Judging by the impressive  The post Rumor: Huawei Working On Honor Note 10 Smartphone With 6000 mAh Battery appeared first on TechFrag.
LG has filed a number of patents for a smartphone design that is completely foldable. Notably, the foldable smartphone construction uses magnets and dual speakers and microphones so that the user could fold the device open in two different ways. The patents are named Mobile Terminal‘ and have been filed on June 28th, 2018. This  The post LG Patents Foldable Smartphone With Magnet Design appeared first on TechFrag.
Even though Samsung hasn‘t announced anything yet about the flagship Galaxy S10 smartphone, the upcoming high-end smartphone is already one of the much-anticipated smartphones of 2019 with plenty of leaks and rumors circulating the internet. According to a reliable report from a South-Korean website, the Galaxy S10 will feature no less than five cameras in  The post Rumor: Five Camera‘s In Total For The Samsung Galaxy S10? appeared
Electrical cars will definitely shake up the transportation industry in the near future, and it seems that the United Kingdom is considering to go all-aboard the electrical vehicle train. A report by the British government reveals that they‘re considering to install a charging station for electric cars into every newly built home to stimulate the  The post The UK Is Considering To Build An Electric Car Charger Into Every New Home appeared
HTC has been dealing with a severe loss of market share and revenue in the smartphone world but keeps going with the release of new devices. The Taiwanese company has now announced that it‘s planning to release their Exodus blockchain smartphone‘ this fall, although specific details and a release date are still unknown. The blockchain  The post HTC Aims To Release Exodus Blockchain Smartphone This Fall appeared first on TechFrag.
It seems that Mozilla is trying to be a player in the password manager market, at least for iOS platforms via the Firefox browser. Mozilla is currently experimenting with Firefox Lockbox, a built-in password manager for iOS devices that‘s a part of the company‘s Mobile Test Pilot program. Firefox Lockbox allows all iOS apps that  The post Mozilla Releases Beta Of Firefox Lockbox Password Manager For iOS appeared first on TechFrag.
Rumors have been circulating for a while now that Microsoft was planning to release a smaller and cheaper entry in the Surface series of products, and the Redmond company has finally unveiled its much-anticipated new device. The cheaper tablet is named the Surface Go and will carry a price tag of 399. The screen size  The post Microsoft Announces 399 Surface Go Tablet appeared first on TechFrag.
A British company has announced Antstream, which is an upcoming streaming service that provides access to a number of retro games for Windows and Android devices. The company was founded by Steve Cottam and is still in early phases, but should launch soon. Antstream will work with a subscription-based model and claims to have a  The post British Antstream Streaming Service For Retro Games Announced appeared first on TechFrag.
The existence of the AMD Ryzen 7 2700E - a seemingly more energy-efficient version of the regular second-generation Ryzen CPU, has already been confirmed earlier. The Ryzen 2700E was previously seen in a list of supported CPUs from certain motherboards. The 2700E has now also been spotted in the 3DMark database, revealing a little bit  The post 45-Watt AMD Ryzen 7 2700E Spotted in 3DMark Database appeared first on TechFrag.
Acer has released a new high-end display aimed towards video professionals with a 4K resolution and HDR functionality. The ProDesigner BM270 is a 27-inch monitor at 60 Hz and uses full array local dimming (FALD) to produce convincing HDR results. The 3840 by 2160 pixels display uses 384 separate zones for its local dimming, which  The post Acer Releases ProDesigner BM270 4K HDR Monitor Aimed Towards Editing Professionals appeared first on TechF
The Chinese manufacturerHygon has started the production of AMD CPUs based on the Zen architecture. The processors that are being used are Epyc server chips, and are rebranded by the Chinese company as Dhyana‘. Hygon has an agreement with AMD and acquired a license to produce x86 processors, resulting in chips that are identical to  The post Chinese Manufacturer Starts Production Of AMD Zen x86 CPUs appeared first on TechFrag.
After the successful release of the both the NES Classic Mini and SNES Classic Mini, it appears Nintendo is interested in releasing another Classic Edition of one of its previous consoles. The NES Classic sold out almost instantly and was a hot commodity for many months, and the SNES version was later released alongside new  The post Rumor: GameCube Classic Edition Revealed By Trademarks? appeared first on TechFrag.
The Nvidia GeForce GT 1030 is a low-end graphics card that was initially released with GDDR5 chips, but a number of manufacturers have now produced a cheaper version of the GT 1030 which uses DDR4 memory chips instead of GDDR5. However, it looks like this cheaper GT 1030 version results in a much lower performance  The post Nvidia GeForce GT 1030 With DDR4 Is 50% Slower Than The GDDR5 Model appeared first on TechFrag.
Despite the lack of news at the World Wide Developer‘s Conference from Apple this past June, it appears the company is working on the next generation of MacBook Pro devices. It‘s not more than logical that these new laptops would be equipped with Intel‘s latest line-up of Coffee Lake CPUs. A benchmark result of an  The post MacBook Pro With Coffee Lake CPU Shows Up In Geekbench appeared first on TechFrag.
Microsoft has released the July update for the Xbox One family of consoles, and the most important change is the addition of FastStart functionality, which decreases the amount of time needed before a game can be started while downloading. The Xbox One consoles (and competitor PlayStation 4) already had similar functionality that allows players to  The post Microsoft Releases FastStart For Xbox Games Pass Games appeared first on TechFrag.
The online video streaming service Netflix has made a small change in its desktop interface: user reviews will be removed starting next month. The company states that they‘re removing the feature because usage of the reviews has dwindles down. Netflix has sent a message to its users who have left a user review on a  The post Netflix No Longer Shows User Reviews appeared first on TechFrag.
There‘s a new format war in town as a couple of HDR specifications are currently competing with each other. High Dynamic Range allows for brighter and more vivid colors, but there are quite some differences in the implementations of HDR. HDR10 is an open and free standard, but the open standard lacked the feature of  The post HDR10+ Licenses Are Now Available To Compete With Dolby Vision appeared first on TechFrag.
If you think monitors and television screens simply aren‘t big enough, a monitor will likely do the trick instead. Acer has introduced a new line-up of rather affordable‘ 4K Ultra HD projectors aimed towards consumers, the V6810, and the V6820i. The cheapest of the two, the V6810, is fairly light and compact compared to its  The post Acer Launches Line-Up of 4K Projectors With HDR appeared first on TechFrag.
The American supercomputer Summit has claimed the top spot in the world Top 500 ranking of supercomputers which is updated twice a year. For the first time since 2012, the United States is at the top of the list again. However and interestingly, the total amount of American systems have declined. The Summit supercomputer has  The post USA Regains Top Spot In World Supercomputer Ranking With Summit‘ appeared first on TechFrag.
It appears that the specifications and technical details of Intel‘s upcoming Z390 chipset for motherboards - to coincide with the launch of an 8-core Coffee Lake S processor - isn‘t set in stone yet. The latest rumors suggest that the Z390 chipset will simply be a rebrand of Z370 and that manufacturers will likely have  The post Rumor: Intel‘s Upcoming Z390 Chipset Will Be A Z370 Rebrand appeared first on TechFrag.