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Google Calendar gets Material redesign on the web

Starting today, Google Calendar's web presence finally looks like something from 2017, not 2010. The entire web app has been revamped using the company's Material Design guidelines, which means it's now very similar in looks to the Google Calendar mobile apps. You'll see a modern color palette and a responsive layout that auto-adjusts to your screen size, and some new features are baked in too. Conference room details are accessible at a glance when booking a room (so you know where it is, how large it is, what equipment it has, that sort of stuff). Rich formatting and hyperlinks...



Interview: Huawei CEO, Richard Yu talks Mate 20, Nano Memory cards, and foldable 5G phones

There is a lot going on right after a large event like the one Huawei held in London for the Mate 20 lineup. In fact, aside from the media rushing into the demo area to grab footage and images of the fresh new phones, some other key executives are hosting interviews with the press and key analysts. We had a chance to join an interview with Richard Yu, alongside other members of the press, where Huawei CEO touched on a few interesting topics about the actual Mate 20 lineup, as well as took some questions to talk about 5G, foldable phones from Huawei, the company's new Nano Memory card...



Huawei found tampering with benchmark results, says it had to

Benchmarks results have been driving the smartphone industry for quite some time. Manufacturers try to impress customers and each other with higher and higher results, leading to tampering with the outcome in order to look favorable in the eyes of the users. In a conversation at IFA 2018 in Berlin with Anandtech, Huawei official confirmed that the manufacturer is using benchmark detection software to deliver the best possible results, only because it wants to stay relevant to its competitors. Dr. Wang Chenglu, President of Software at Huawei's Consumer Business Group and two...



Oreo update starts rolling out to Asus ZenFone 4 Pro

Asus has started pushing out a new update to its ZenFone 4 Pro smartphone. The update, which arrives as version V15.0410.1802.34, is a major one, as it brings along Android 8.0 Oreo. In addition to the standard Oreo goodies, the update also includes changes like power consumption improvements, addition of a "Long screenshot" function, more friendly setting UI design, and substitution of Cast function for PlayTo function. For the complete change-log, head to the Source link below. Asus says it will take around one week for the system to complete the update auto-push. Source



Realme 3 with waterdrop notch screen and Helio P70 released

Realme has launched the Realme 3 phone through an unveil occasion in India. The handset has came as a successor for the Realme 2 phone that was unveiled last year. It comes with a color gradient design, a waterdrop-style notch, a strong cpu and a massive battery. Realme 3 Specifications and Features The Realme 3 features a 6.2-inch Dewdrop panel that carries support for HD+ resolution of 720 x 1520 pixels. It offers an aspect ratio of 19:9 and 450nits of brightness. The display is shielded by Gorilla Glass 3. The phone boasts a splash-resistant body with a gradient colour rear panel. It could be availed in Dynamic Black and Radiant Blue. Realme 3 with waterdrop notch screen and helio p70 released The Helio P70 processor drives the cameraphone along with 3 GB and 4 GB of RAM. There are two storage variants this sort of as 32 GB and 64 GB. The smartphone incorporates a 4,230mAh battery. The ColorOS 6.0 based Android 9 Pie OS ships loaded on the gadget. There is a microSD card slot for far more storage. The Realme 3 is fitted with a dual digital camera option that marks a 13-megapixel key sensor with f/1.8 aperture and a 2-megapixel secondary scanner with f/2.4 aperture. The dual cameras offer options which includes PDAF fast focusing, bokeh effect, multi-frame noise reduction, hybrid HDR, AI scene recognition, AI beauty 2.0 and night time scape mode. Whenever it arrives to shooting selfies, the Realme 3 feature a 13-megapixel selfie image sensor with f/2.0 aperture. Realme 3’s front camera include ability to identify 296 facial recognition points through Realme U1’s SelfiePro algorithm. It moreover offers options such as AI Beauty 2.0 and Smart Groupfie optimization for shooting group selfies. The back screen of the Realme 3 is equipped with a fingerprint camera. For convenient unlocking experience, the Realme 3 carries support for AI face unlock. Realme 3 Price tag and Release Date The Realme 3 versions such as 3 GB RAM + 32 GB storage and 4 GB RAM + 64 GB storage are respectively estimated at Rs. 8,999 (~$127) and Rs. 10,999 ($155). The reported price will be out there for initial 1 million consumers. The manufacturer will be carrying out its initial sales from March 12 at 12PM. The handset can be purchased through Flipkart and Realme.com from the said date. HDFC Bank credit and debit card users could avail an instant discount of Rs. 500 even though purchasing the Realme 3. Reliance Jio is offering benefits of value Rs. 5,300 to the users of Realme 3. Realme will be selling some attractive Realme 3 iconic cases in options like yellow, black and diamond blue. The iconic cases are equipped with a price tag tag of Rs. 599. The company In addition confirmed that it will be announcing the Realme 3 Pro smartphone to take the Redmi Note 7 Pro in April. Via