Face Recognition Technology has huge applicability to events.
It makes for faster registration and check-in, as well as improving the safety of the two because the software can recognize people who might be on some safety lists. Is is also good for the social media reach, because you can tag people on Facebook and Instagram instantly.
Samsung's Galaxy S10 might come in three size, with an in-display fingerprint sensor 🔝🔜📰 Samsung’s still weeks away from announcing the Galaxy Note 9, but we’re already moving on to rumors for the company’s next flagship phone: the Galaxy S10. According to Business Insider, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said Sunday that he believes the S10 will come in three different sizes: 5.8 inches, 6.1 inches, and 6.4 inches. Those are very nearly the same sizes that Kuo expects Apple’s next series of iPhones to come in, letting Samsung match Apple one for one.
The larger two S10 models will include in-display fingerprint sensors, Kuo says, while the smaller model will include a fingerprint sensor on the side. That suggests the smaller model will be Samsung’s entry-level offering, while the larger two will potentially have higher-end specs and features. The Galaxy S9 comes in a 5.8-inch and a 6.2-inch model, with slight differences in specs; the larger model has a second rear camera and more RAM, for instance.
According to Business Insider, Kuo believes the feature will be heavily marketed as a way to differentiate the S10 from the iPhone, which will rely on face scanning.Another recent rumor says the S10 might include five cameras, adding an additional wide angle option to the back and another lens to the front for capturing portrait effects.
Kuo has predicted that Apple will similarly debut its flagship phone in a range of sizes this year, offering several price and spec options. He believes all three of Apple’s new iPhones will look similar to the iPhone X, with a nearly fullscreen display, save for a notch cutout at the top for Face ID sensors. #passion#tech#it#electronic#software#engineering#hardware#computerscience#pc#computer#laptop#setup#smartgadget#smartwatch#gadgets#programmer#programming#coding#codelove#code#follow4follow#followforfollow#followforlike#follow4like#like4like#likeforlike
Sorry, that wild Microsoft folding phone won’t launch until next year at the earliest
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Microsoft has been trying to make a new kind of mobile device for years. We knew it first as the Courier, a journal-like device with a foldable screen that should have competed against the iPad. Years later, we got wind of an Andromeda project which apparently was the name for Microsoft’s foldable Surface Phone.
We learned more details recently about the handset, which suggested Microsoft hasn’t given up on the idea of inventing a new Windows-based form factor, and a new report says that’s indeed the case. The company still wants to make a Surface Phone, but the device will not be launched this year.
Ci rivediamo ragazzi!
Torno dopo un bel periodo di inattività che ho sfruttato per capire cosa fare. Arriveranno delle novità, statene certi.
Stasera però vi parlo del mio nuovo amore: la bellissima Olympus OM10! Online cercavo da tempo una macchina fotografica, ma ritrovare questa meraviglia mi ha spinto a rimetterla in moto e non è stato facile. Non credo la userò spesso, visti i costi per pellicole e sviluppo, ma devo ammettere che in alcune occasioni risulta molto divertente.
Ora voglio assolutamente una mirrorless e sto seriamente puntando ad una @fujifilmitalia.
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OnePlus Bows Down To The EU, Amazon and Bragi, Changes Its Trademark Dash Charge To Warp Charge Instead
OnePlus 6 has already launched in the market this year, but as many of you may have noticed, OnePlus has steered away from using the term “Dash Charge”— A feature they’ve been incessantly boasting of ever since the OnePlus 3 and OnePlus 3T— its unique fast-charging implementation and is increasingly using its new trademark, “Warp Charge”, especially on both sides of the Atlantic.
This isn’t mere happenstance or a phased retirement of the branding, instead, we’re lead to believe that OnePlus’s hand was forced.
First indications arose when OnePlus’s Open Betas—its popular and moderately experimental take on OxygenOS— renamed their charging indications on the lock screen to “charging rapidly” from the aforementioned “Dash Charging”. Many of their online stores have followed suit and have rebranded Dash Cables as Fast Charging cables instead
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