Quick TEQ: DJI has released the DJI+ Discover app for Android and iOS, which allows users to connect with pilots around your area to fly together, join groups and activities, sell your aerial services, or even get training. You can also check out the closest DJI store near you, or see the online store.
Drones are slowly becoming the next big thing, and you can thank the internet for all the drone forums filled with drone enthusiasts. To make things easier, DJI has decided to make a social network just for drone enthusiasts. This gives drone lovers all over the world the opportunity to connect with likeminded drone enthusiasts, and sync with them.
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Quick TEQ: This post aims to answer the age old question, of why it’s always 9:41 in Apple’s product photos.
Have you ever wondered why it is always 9:41 in Apple’s product’s photos? To some, it may just seem random, but there is actually a very deliberate reason behind this.
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Quick TEQ: Panasonic has launched its new Eluga Arc smartphone for USD 188 or INR 12,490.
Panasonic’s Eluga Arc features a 4.7 inch IPS 2.5D curved 720 x1280 display, and houses a quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 system on a chip cloaked in at 1.2GHz with an Adreno 306 GPU. The Eluga Arc is also powered by 2GB of RAM, and has 16GB of internal storage which can be expanded to 32GB via microSD card.
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Quick TEQ: IHS, an American research firm has deduced that the actual manufacturing and assembling cost of an iPhone SE is USD 160.
The iPhone SE is currently the cheapest iPhone that can be purchased in the market right now. TO be specific, you can buy the iPhone SE for only USD 399. However, Apple is selling the iPhone SE at USD 399, and making a ton of profit from it, then how much do you think it costs to build and assemble as iPhone SE?
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Quick TEQ: Apple has released its iOS 9.3.1 update to fix the app crashing bugs in iOS 9.3.
After Apple its iOS 9.3 a week ago, people started having problems with it. Users who installed iOS 9.3 on their iPhone 6S or iPhone 6S Plus, were having trouble with their apps as they weren’t running smoothly, or were crashing.
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Quick TEQ: Facebook is working on a new account identifying tool that will help reduce harassment online, and will improve account authenticity. It will automatically alert you if it detects another user is impersonating your account by using your profile picture or name.
Believe it or not, but making social media accounts on platforms like Twitter and Facebook is fairly easy. In fact each phone number can link up to four Facebook accounts. You might just have one account, but who knows maybe someone has created a fake account that goes by your name. In some countries of the world, the social and cultural ramifications of being defamed can have a serious impact on people’s lives. It is important that social networks have proper tools in place that help identify actual accounts, from impersonating accounts, and Facebook is currently working on that.
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Quick TEQ: Apple is designing its own secure servers to avoid unauthorized access from government agencies as well as hackers into their data centres.
For a while now, Apple has been working on an internal organisation wide solution to handle the huge amount of data that it needs to keep its services like the App Store, iTunes, and Apple Music running efficiently. Apple is designing a highly secure server of its own, that will help keep out the snooping eye of Big Brother, and will speed up the data fetching speeds of its services.
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Quick TEQ: Oculus Rift will start shipping out its Virtual Reality or VR headsets for consumers on the 28th March 2016. If you weren’t one of the first to preorder it, then you will have to wait till July if you order it today.
According to Oculus Rift’s CEO Brendon Iribe, the very first consumer versions of the VR headset will be arriving on preorder customers’ doors on Monday the 28th of March, 2016, as Brendan tweeted a photo commemorating the achievement. Check out Brendan’s tweet below:
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Quick TEQ: Google’s Nik Collection of Photography Tools which once cost USD 499.95, and later dropped to USD 149, has now been made free of cost. All those who purchased it in 2016 for USD 149 will automatically be refunded.
The Nik Collection first came to light, when Google bought the German developing firm Nik, after they had launched the mobile photo editing app Snapseed which is available for both Android and iOS. Continue reading Google makes its Nik Software for Photography Completely Free to Download
Apple’s new product launch did not come to us as a surprise as the much talked about rumors became true, Apple released its brand new iPhone SE.
It seems that the 4 inch phones are still a fad, as Apple reportedly sold 30 million iPhones with 4 inch screens in 2015. Some companies don’t even manage to sell 30 million of their flag ship devices, and here Apple manages to sell 30 million and that of their 4 inch screen models.
Apple has certainly played their cards right by identifying the demand in the market and taking advantage of it. For those of you who don’t know, the iPhone SE is basically the build of the iPhone 5S, but with the power of the iPhone 6S.
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