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MS Paint to be removed in the next Windows 10 update

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 part of every version of Windows ever made. After an overwhelming response from users on the internet, Microsoft announced in a blog post that the venerable drawing utility will be removed as part of default software suite but will be available as a download through the Windows Store. Microsoft instead wants users to use Paint 3D, which was introduced...

Nokia Lumia 830 to offer 20MP camera

The Nokia Lumia 830 will likely be the star of Microsoft's pre-IFA show, scheduled for September 4. The photography spirit of the smartphone has already been hinted at by the leaked photos and the invitation itself, but now we have a few more solid facts about it. (more…)

iPhone 11 Pro Max scores 117 on DxOMark, behind Huawei Mate 30 and Pro Mi CC9 Pro

When nearly two months following the launch of the iPhone 11 Pro Max, DxOMark Lastly releases its digital camera review for the Apple flagship. The phone scores high, beating few additional flagships announced this year but it ends up third on the list with a result of 117, losing to the Huawei Mate 30 Pro and the still-fresh-out-of-the-oven Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro High quality Edition. The iPhone 11 Pro Max’s score of 117 is made up of a photo score of 124 and a video score of 102. Its video score beats that of the Mate 30 Pro and ties with that of the Mi CC9 Pro Top quality Edition making it and the Xiaomi the perfect smartphones for video recording however it loses to both smartphones after it arrives to shots. iPhone 11 Pro Max scores 117 on DxOMark 2 A breakdown of the photo score shows the iPhone 11 Pro Max is pleasant at exposure, color accuracy, and autofocus but it scores low whenever it comes to really low-light photographs and this is because of the Mate 30 Pro and the Mi CC9 Pro sporting much bigger picture sensors. It is key to state that the iPhone is better than the Huawei flagship and Xiaomi top quality price range smartphone at taking wide-angle photos. iPhone 11 Pro Max scores 117 on DxOMark 3 DxOMark praises the fresh Deep Fusion function as it helps with rendering fine details these types of as freckles, the hair on pets, and distant foliage, making it a great at taking landscape and portrait photography. However, while it is better at noise reduction than the iPhone XS Max, it cannot keep up with the competitors. Even though it scores lower than the Mate 30 Pro and Xiaomi CC9 Pro in low-light, the iPhone 11 Pro Max does a pleasant job whenever taking photographs at evening. DxOMark mentions that you are better off with the flash auto mode turned off after taking night images so you don’t take overexposed pics. For videos, the iPhone 11 Pro Max renders colors well and its video HDR will allow it to capture details excellently. It is Additionally pleasant at video stabilization however remarkably not as Fantastic as the iPhone XS Max, no because of to a much more visible jello effect. Overall, the iPhone 11 Pro Max earns its spot like one of the top five phones with the perfect digital camera. If it had a greater sensor and better zoom, it most going will be at the top of the list. Source

Motorola Moto G6 Plus in for review

Before we get into telling you what the Moto G6 Plus is all about, we'll walk you through a bit of Moto G history. Motorola started the G line back in 2013 with a little popular number by the name of the Moto G (OG, if you will). It packed solid smartphone performance at a great price, which at the time was a very rare thing. Since the original G the line has been Motorola's best-selling and that's reflected in the number of models and number of refreshed models it gets in a year. Last spring Motorola released the Moto G5 and G5 Plus but updated them just four months later with the...

Lenovo Z5 sketch with nearly 100% screen-to-body ratio revealed

The week started off with a teaser from the Lenovo VP Chang Cheng who posted a corner of a notch-less Lenovo device. Now he is wrapping the week with more information about the phone - it will be called Lenovo Z5 and from what it looks like it might have a screen-to-body ratio as close to 100% as we have seen so far. Cheng wrote on Weibo that the Z5 would come with four new technologies that should effectively lead to removing the bezels from all sides, including space usually taken by the camera, the earpiece or the fingerprint scanner. All three of them can already be implemented...