new phone series by xiaomi

New Phone Series by Xiaomi on November 2

Xiaomi India started sending out press invites for an event on November 2. The company plans to introduce yet another smartphone series after the Mi...


The Mighty Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL Launched: All you...

After the good sales and reviews of the Pixel and Pixel XL, Google launched it's flagship smartphones, The Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL...

Google buys HTC’s pixel unit for $1.1bn

Alphabet Inc’s Google said it would pay $1.1 billion for the division at Taiwan’s HTC Corp that develops the U.S. firm’s Pixel smartphones -...


Top 10 Features in Windows 10 Fall Creators UpdateThe Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is beginning to roll out to Windows 10 customers around the world, and today, we’re outlining all the great new features available in the update with...
Microsoft published a list of applications and services that will be removed or deprecated in the upcoming Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. One of the applications stated for deprecation is the 32 year old MS Paint, that has been...






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Find Bugs and Get Bounty from Google

Google is eager to clamp down on security flaws associated with some of the most high-profile apps in its Android library, so it's enlisting...
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Advanced Security Feature for High Risk Gmail Users by Google

Alphabet's Google Inc said on Tuesday that it would roll out an advanced protection program in order to provide stronger security for some users such as...
hile new high frequencies bands are necessary for 5G, improving the coverage and performance offered by low frequency 4G networks is equally as important for us users. T-Mobile has been rolling out its 600 MHz (Band 71) LTE extension in the US but the LG V30 is the only phone to support the band at the moment. To improve support in future phones, Qualcomm is extending its radio front end portfolio to provide OEMs with access to 600 MHz and similar spectrum. Qualcomm’s antenna tuner allows for OEMs to support frequency bands below 800 MHz without having to redesign their phone antenna layouts, which is an expensive and labor intensive process. The company’s RF front end portfolio also includes power amplifier, duplexer, and filter components which are all required to tune antennas for new frequency bands. Fortunatley most of these components are supported across Qualcomm’s range of Snapdragon mobile platforms, meaning that mid range and low end handsets should quickly be able to benefit from 600 MHz spectrum too. The end result is that companies looking to sell into the US market, and others that roll out their own low frequency bands in the future, will be able to make full use of 600 MHz network capabilities. In the US, this means that we can expect many more phones to support T-Mobile’s Band 71 next year.

Qualcomm’s Approach to 5G is Near of Success

At the company’s 4G/5G Summit taking place in Hong Kong, Qualcomm has announced the first successful test of a 5G data connection on its...