Hello guys, today I am come with tech news of your favourite smartphone that is apple iPhone 8 .There is a humorous renders will come related to the iPhone 8. But now finalize design of Apple iPhone 8 is leaks out this infirmation I will collect from the apples supply chain check out this pictures .
The 5.8-inch OLED screen’s bezels will be around 4mm on all sides, to make the iPhone 8 less prone to accidental input from the palm in which it’s held than Samsung’s latest flagships.
The render of the bottom edge confirms that the 3.5mm headset jack won’t make a return in this smartphone, and the Lightning port lives on (at least for now). The iPhone 8’s charging cable could have USB-C at the other end, however. This might bring along fast charging for the first time in an Apple handset. And that may very well be a must, since the battery will apparently best the iPhone 7 Plus‘ endurance, despite the fact that the iPhone 8 will be physically smaller.
The stereo setup using a combination of the bottom speaker and an amplified earpiece will make an appearance in the new iPhone too.
There will be many rumoured that where the apple put their fingerprint scanner? first of all their is rumoured that Apple would put there fingerprint scanner in the screen where the home button is available but quantum told that will not able to make in that they will research on that so they decline that they will come with their technology in late 2018 it means that they will release there fingerprint scanner in there’s screen in 2018. But the renders will come and say that apple can put there fingerprint scanner in there Apple logo moreover it can put their fingerprint scanner in the back panel of the iPhone but it look very weird to look. But the picture will leak from the resources will reveal this mystery That elongated power button will give us idea that apple will put there finger print scanner in power switch so that apple should plan that will put their fingerprint scanner but this is not confirm whether they will put fingerprint scanner in power button or Iris scanner but it is clear that the iPhone 8 is the flagship phone of Apple and one of the stylish phone in the world and it will get a lot of market in world.
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All eyes are on Reliance Industryes Chairman Mukesh Ambani now that he has taken the stage to deliver his speech at the company’s AGM in Mumbai. Last year, Ambani used the opportunity to announce the launch of Reliance Jio services, and the effects of that launch are being felt in the telecom industry till today. The focus at this year’s Reliance AGM is on the JioPhone, a 4G-capable feature phone that could potentially have an even bigger impact on India’s mobile and telecom landscape.
Mukesh Ambani started the Jio-centric announcements by reiterating the record-breaking journey of the company, which he claimed acquired 7 customers per second, and now has 125 million users as of now. He spoke about Jio users consuming 125GB of data every month, which includes 165 crore hours of high-speed video every month, adding that India has overtaken the US and China in data consumption to take the pole position. Extolling the achievements of the company, Mukesh Ambani added of the 76 crore mobile phone users in India, over 50 crore have been left out of the digital revolution because of feature phones. Jio will improve its 4G-only network over the next year so that it outstrips the 2G network in the country, and will set up 10,000 Jio offices across the country. On top, the company has launched its long-rumoured 4G-capable JioPhone
Reliance Jio’s two big selling points have been free voice calls and affordable 4G data, though the two features may have appealed to different audiences. While smartphone users love that data is now cheaper than before, feature phone users love the fact they don’t need to pay for calls and SMS, which obviously tend to be their major use case. The Lyf-JioPhone will aim to marry the two worlds, by offering 4G Internet and other features at a price that is expected to appeal to a wide audience. Lyf is Reliance Retail’s brand under the group has launched multiple Android smartphones till date.
Reliance Jio Lyf 4G VoLTE phone specifications
Early rumours had suggested that the JioPhone could be priced at Rs. 500, but recent reports have pegged the price to be under Rs. 1,500, and given the features it is said to offer, the latter looks to be a more realistic price point. While we will have to wait a little for the price, JioPhone specifications have been revealed. JioPhone buyers will get an alphanumeric keypad, 2.4-inch display with QVGA display, SD card slot, torchlight, FM radio. It will come with a digital voice assistant, support for 22 Indian languages, and a panic button.
As for specifications, the phone is expected to come with dual SIM functionality, 2-megapixel rear camera, VGA front camera, FM radio, and Bluetooth connectivity. The JioPhone has been tipped to come with a 4GB of internal storage, and 512MB of RAM. The mobile will have the ability to install and run apps, including Jio’s own apps like JioTV, JioCinema, and others. The JioPhone will be able to connect to any TV using a cable developed by the company to show content from JioTV and JioCinema apps to watch the content on the big screen.
There is a new Rs. 153 Jio plan for JioPhone buyers, which will come with unlimited data – i.e. without caps. Those planning to buy the plan and the cable can opt for both together at Rs. 309. There will also be Rs. 24 Jio sachet with 2-day validity, and Rs. 54 recharge with 7-day validity.
The JioPhone is “effectively free,” announced Mukesh Ambani. However, the company will charge Rs. 1,500 as a refundable sum for the device from users. This sum can be claimed back by the customer at the end of 36 months of purchase.
JioPhone launch date
JioPhone release date has been set as August 15, but as a beta test; public availability will be from September. Pre-booking starts on August 24, and deliveries will be on first come, first serve basis. Users can book the phone from Jio offline stores and MyJio app. The handset will be manufactured in India starting the last quarter of the year.
JioFiber broadband service
The Jio broadband service once again got a mention at the Reliance AGM, but Mukesh Ambani did not dish out any details. He, however, did say Jio remains on track to bring world-class optic fibre connectivity, and is the next big monetisation opportunity
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University of Washington researchers have invented acellphone that requires no batteries — a major leap forward in moving beyond chargers, cords and dying phones. Instead, the phone harvests the few microwatts of power it requires from either ambient radio signals or light.
The team also made Skype calls using its battery-free phone, demonstrating that the prototype made of commercial, off-the-shelf components can receive and transmit speech and communicate with a base station.
The new technology is detailed in a paper published July 1 in the Proceedings of the Association for Computing Machinery on Interactive, Mobile, Wearable and Ubiquitous Technologies.
“We’ve built what we believe is the first functioning cellphone that consumes almost zero power,” said co-author Shyam Gollakota, an associate professor in the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering at the UW. “To achieve the really, really low power consumption that you need to run a phone by harvesting energy from the environment, we had to fundamentally rethink how these devices are designed.”
The team of UW computer scientists and electrical engineers eliminated a power-hungry step in most modern cellular transmissions — converting analog signals that convey sound into digital data that a phone can understand. This process consumes so much energy that it’s been impossible to design a phone that can rely on ambient power sources.
Instead, the battery-free cellphone takes advantage of tiny vibrations in a phone’s microphone or speaker that occur when a person is talking into a phone or listening to a call.
An antenna connected to those components converts that motion into changes in standard analog radio signal emitted by a cellular base station. This process essentially encodes speech patterns in reflected radio signals in a way that uses almost no power.
To transmit speech, the phone uses vibrations from the device’s microphone to encode speech patterns in the reflected signals. To receive speech, it converts encoded radio signals into sound vibrations that that are picked up by the phone’s speaker. In the prototype device, the user presses a button to switch between these two “transmitting” and “listening” modes.
Using off-the-shelf components on a printed circuit board, the team demonstrated that the prototype can perform basic phone functions — transmitting speech and data and receiving user input via buttons. Using Skype, researchers were able to receive incoming calls, dial out and place callers on hold with the battery-free phone.
“The cellphone is the device we depend on most today. So if there were one device you’d want to be able to use without batteries, it is the cellphone,” said faculty lead Joshua Smith, professor in both the Allen School and UW’s Department of Electrical Engineering. “The proof of concept we’ve developed is exciting today, and we think it could impact everyday devices in the future.”
The team designed a custom base station to transmit and receive the radio signals. But that technology conceivably could be integrated into standard cellular network infrastructure or Wi-Fi routers now commonly used to make calls.
“You could imagine in the future that all cell towers or Wi-Fi routers could come with our base station technology embedded in it,” said co-author Vamsi Talla, a former UW electrical engineering doctoral student and Allen School research associate. “And if every house has a Wi-Fi router in it, you could get battery-free cellphone coverage everywhere.”
The battery-free phone does still require a small amount of energy to perform some operations. The prototype has a power budget of 3.5 microwatts.
The UW researchers demonstrated how to harvest this small amount of energy from two different sources. The battery-free phone prototype can operate on power gathered from ambient radio signals transmitted by a base station up to 31 feet away.
Using power harvested from ambient light with a tiny solar cell — roughly the size of a grain of rice — the device was able to communicate with a base station that was 50 feet away.
Many other battery-free technologies that rely on ambient energy sources, such as temperature sensors or an accelerometer, conserve power with intermittent operations. They take a reading and then “sleep” for a minute or two while they harvest enough energy to perform the next task. By contrast, a phone call requires the device to operate continuously for as long as the conversation lasts.
“You can’t say hello and wait for a minute for the phone to go to sleep and harvest enough power to keep transmitting,” said co-author Bryce Kellogg, a UW electrical engineering doctoral student. “That’s been the biggest challenge — the amount of power you can actually gather from ambient radio or light is on the order of 1 or 10 microwatts. So real-time phone operations have been really hard to achieve without developing an entirely new approach to transmitting and receiving speech.”
Next, the research team plans to focus on improving the battery-free phone’s operating range and encrypting conversations to make them secure. The team is also working to stream video over a battery-free cellphone and add a visual display feature to the phone using low-power E-ink screens.
The research was funded by the National Science Foundation and Google Faculty Research Awards.
For more information, visit batteryfreephone.cs.washington.edu or contact the research team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Reliance Jio launched Jio Dhan Dhana Dhan offer back in April after the Summer Surprise Offer was withdrawn as per TRAI’s recommendation. As the 84-day Dhan Dhana Dhan offer ends this month for those activated it back in April, it has launched new plans for the Prime members. It has also revised Rs. 309 Dhan Dhana Dhan pack that offered 84 days validity to 56 days validity and has launched the same 84-day validity plan for Rs. 399 with 1GB data per day.
The Rs. 509 plan that offered 2GB data per day now comes with 56 days validity instead of 84 days with the Dhan Dhana Dhan offer. Old 999, 1999, 4999 and 9999 have been revised with more validity and data. Rs. 149 and other basic plans remain the same. Check out the list below.
Post paid plans have also been revised with more validity and data. 399 plan now offers 3 months validity with 1GB data per day and others offer 2 months validity. Check out the list below.
All these get unlimited local and STD calls and SMS. You can check more details about the plans on jio.com
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Hello guys , today i will come with another interesting topic Wifi hacking ,today we shall talk about this WPS system wifi hacking SO without any wait lets start a topic.Guys i have many question in indx but the most frequent question is how we can hack the wifi ,it easy or not if it is easy how we can do it or what are the device we to hack the otherwise ,these are the common question which is my inbox, i cant teach you about hacking because it is prohibited to google policies but today i will talk about the WPS ,WPS weak availity and how to hacker use these wps setting moreover how to give away from this system.
Guys if you will remember then you setup wifi,firstly you go in wifi palate and on you your wifi and set a security setup which is WEP,WPA,WPA2-PSK which is latest and i will recommended you to set WPA2-PSK (wifi protected access pre shared key) and next step is to difficult password setup
and my recommendation is to set alteat 10 to 12 password key which includes both capital normal,and numeric key after setting full security you will have doubt that neighbor will hack your wifi but guys how it is possible . The problem main p is WPS (wifi protected system)in this you can use WPS button or WPS pin .this both function is available at on the wifi router.
The main function of WPS is make easy to connect wifi for example your 10 friend visit in your house they wanted connect your wifi in that case it difficult to connect because your password have 15 pins even you cant remember it in that case you press button in router which will allow the user to connect the wifi without any password for the particular time period or you can tell WPS pin which is written on router without telling their actual password moreover this wps setting has disadvantages that is by default your WPS system is on and if it is on it is very easy to exploit .Lets talk about the WPS pin which of 8 pin but basically it have 7 pin but 8th pin is for confirmation guys that 8 pin password which accept by router in two stage if your 4 digits is match by with WPS password then it will allow you to enter next WPS digit guys you think 8 digit pin password is strong that is not strong it cannot be stand in front of your actual password for example if try 0000 to 9999 series i will break first four digits in ten thousand attempt and remain 3 number i will achieve in one thousand attempts means in 11000 attempts hacker will enter in your wifi network and the second method which button press if any person have physically reached to your router will easily connect to your wifi network .
So safest method is to go in your wifi panel and disable the WPS setting because and person will connect through your WPS setting will easily hack your actual password
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