Author: Thoaif Ahmed

Thoaif Ahmed fell in love with programming while he was in college and since then, he went to feature his expertise in Nottingham Trent University. Apart from writing for Binzbit, he is currently working as a freelance developer to help others bring their ideas to life. Apart from programing, he is also passionate about science. Write him at: [email protected]

Thanks to TSMC’s partnership with Apple, the technology has significant advantage over its competitors. For instance, although smartphone manufacturers such as Samsung and Huawei make their chipsets for their devices, Apple managed to release new chipsets built on smaller process. While we’ll have to wait to find out if it’s accurate, a latest report from DigiTimes has claimed that Apple is planning on releasing 4nm chipsets for with the new iPhone. iPhone 12 right now is built on the 5nm process and it’s likely that this year’s iPhone will continue to use it. In case you are unfamiliar, smaller processes…

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WhatsApp along with other instant messaging services grew in popularity in the early days of smartphone due to their improved messaging capabilities. Although carriers have struggled with the rising popularity of the apps, over last couple of years Google has been pushing RCS messaging and now, TMobile has announced that the company is parting with the search engine giant to make RCS messaging the default messaging app for customers. This isn’t the first time we’ve seen cellphone carriers pushing RCS messaging. Despite Google’s efforts, RCS messaging hasn’t caught up to users yet. However, if other carriers join TMobile moving forward,…

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Although smartphone manufacturers recommend official channels to repair broken devices, sometimes that’s not possible because of the logistical reasons. Moreover, repairing a device through third-party channels can be expensive which is one of the contributing factors for consumers’ decision. In order to resolve this issue, Apple launched its Independent Repair Program earlier. In case you aren’t aware, the Independent Repair Program gives third-party repair stores access to genuine Apple components required to carry out the repair. While Apple initially launched the program in selected countries, it’s now expanding the program to other countries. If you’re want to be part of…

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Researchers have produced a structural battery that according to the scientists is ten times better than all previous versions. The structural battery contains carbon fiber that acts as the electrode, conductor and load-bearing material at the same time. The researchers expects that their latest discovery will help “massless energy storage in vehicles and other technology. As it stands, electrifying vehicles such as cars and airplanes is challenging because the batteries add a significant amount weight to vehicles. Moreover, the batteries don’t have any load-bearing functionalities. However, a structural battery works both as a power source and part of the structure…

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Following the launch of Slack Connect earlier last year, Slack announced that the company will expand the service to allow users to connect others outside of their organization through Slack Connect direct messages (DMs). Earlier today, the company finally released the feature. In case you didn’t know, Slack Connect is designed to replace email to allow users to work with external organization from the software. At the moment, up to 20 organizations can securely work together at the same time with the service. Slack is expending Slack Connect through direct messages. Moreover, the company will allow users to link together…

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Although we’re still months away from getting our first glimpse into iPhone 13, there hasn’t been any shortage of rumors regarding the upcoming smartphone. One of the rumors suggests that the next iPhone will feature smaller notch and now, recent photos obtained by MacRumors from Greek technology repair company iRepair, suggest that the rumor might be accurate after all. The images showcase the front glass panels that will be used by iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, and the iPhone 13 Pro, and the iPhone 13 Pro Max. While we’ll have to wait to see if the photos are accurate representation,…

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Microsoft has unveiled several new features as part of the March 2021 update. In case you didn’t know, Teams displays is a smart display that runs Teams as an operating system, allowing users to make calls and join meetings on the service. Thanks to the latest update, Cortana will become more powerful as users will now be able to search web for you. For instance, you can ask it questions about the time or weather and share them with others. However, Microsoft is releasing the support in selected regions. If you are using the device in Canada, Australia, the UK,…

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As sending a voice message is faster than typing it out, most of the modern messaging apps come with voice message feature. While most of these apps come with the voice messaging feature, they don’t allow users to control the playbacks. WhatsApp wants to change it as the company is currently working on a feature that allows users to control the playback speed of the audio clip. According to a recent report, WhatsApp is currently testing out a feature on the iOS app where users can control the playback speed of their voice messages. However, this isn’t the first time…

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Intel’s recent announcement of new processors didn’t go as well as the company might have anticipated. However, if recent leaks are to be believed, Intel has several new Tiger Lake-H processors for laptop in the way. In a recent Tweet, leaker 9550pro revealed an official Intel document that shows details of several new processors. While we will have to take any rumors like this with a grain of salt, the leaked specifications line up with previous rumors. For a while now, we have heard about three 8-core chips that will power different laptops as currently the 11th gen chips for…

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Earlier today, AWS announced a new capability for its customers that allows the developers to share data across multiple applications. Titled S3 Object Lambda, the new feature will remove the complexities associated with using dataset for end users who wanted to share the data by automatically processing and transforming it for easier consumption across multiple applications. Talking about the new functionality, AWS’ Chief Evangelist for EMEA, Danilo Poccia. Said, “This new capability makes it much easier to share and convert data across multiple applications.” In case you didn’t’ know, prior to this feature, users would need to make multiple instances…

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Rumors for a while have suggested that Apple is currently working on launching a VR headset scheduled to launch later next year. While we’ve heard news about a pair of AR glasses for a while, new reports have claimed that Apple is looking to launch VR headsets first. This is according to renowned analyst Ming-Chi Kuo who claimed that Apple’s VR headset could feature sophisticated eye tracking. If you are wondering, this means that instead of having to rely on a handheld controller to point at objects in VR, the headset will apparently be capable of telling where you’re looking…

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Google’s ‘Live Caption’ technology can be extremely effective for end users. However, the feature has been exclusive to Android smartphones. Starting from today, all of the Google Chrome users will be able to use Live Captions. Thanks to the update, Chrome will now show real-time subtitles for any audio that you can play in a browser. The new feature means even if any of the podcasts, social media, video sites, “radio content,” and most browser-based video or audio chat services and clients have built-in captioning tech, you’ll be able to use the feature. While the automated caption won’t be perfect,…

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Social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter want you to spend as much as possible on their platform due to increased ad revenue. However, in case of Twitter, if you want to check out a YouTube video on the platform, you’ll need to leave the platform. In order to keep the users on the platform, Twitter is currently working on a new feature that’ll allow users to watch YouTube videos shared by others without leaving the platform. In an official announcement earlier today, Twitter revealed that the company is currently testing out YouTube integration on the website. When the…

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As Apple has been focusing on users’ privacy for a while now, it wasn’t particularly shocking when the tech giant announced that developers must list all of the privacy-related activities their app does moving forward. For instance, it means developers must require users’ permission whenever the app uses phone’s camera, microphone, whether it tracks you, what kind of data it gathers from you, and so on. While the decision was made to help users to choose which app they want to use, some developers are concerned that the new policy will have negative impact on downloads and usage of their…

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Microsoft has launched its new one-click mitigation tool to help customers protect themselves against the “Hafnium” Exchange vulnerability. Microsoft’s latest release comes shortly after the previous update to the company’s Exchange Server platform aimed at patching four critical vulnerabilities that have been exploited by hackers. In case you don’t have a dedicated security or IT specialist team, you can download the tool to help with the security of your infrastructure. Microsoft explains “This tool is not a replacement for the Exchange security update but is the fastest and easiest way to mitigate the highest risks to internet-connected, on-premises Exchange Servers…

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If you are using Microsoft Teams for different meetings, you’ll be glad to know that the company is currently working on the option to assign more than one organizer to meetings. Earlier last week, the company confirmed that the feature is currently in the works. Microsoft Teams currently offers three roles for online classes and meetings. As you’d expect, the meeting organizer is the person who creates the meeting. Organizers can’t be changed and they’re responsible to determine who is a presenter or attendee. Although the organizer has many capabilities such as the ability to share contents, invite others as…

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NASA has revealed that it is targeting March 18 for the second hot fire test for the Space Launch System (SLS) rocket core stage. According to the announcement, the test will be conducted at the Stennis Space Center in Mississippi. This latest announcement comes after NASA performed tests that demonstrated recently repaired liquid oxygen pre-valve was working correctly. During the repairing process, the team continued to prepare for the core stage and its four RS-25 engines and the B-2 test stand for the second hot fire test. This hot fire is the last test before the Artemis I core stage…

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In a recent blog post, Disney announced that the company is working on bringing support for entry to its theme parks using devices such as iPhone 12 and Apple Watch Series 6. Disney said, “The MagicBand, the colorful wristband guests wear at Walt Disney World Resort, makes each visit even simpler and more seamless. We’ve continued to invent and innovate, and soon, we’ll be debuting a new option: Disney MagicMobile service! Launching in phases starting later this year, Disney MagicMobile service is a convenient and contactless way to access MagicBand features like theme park entry through the power of your…

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Google has been trying to attract its users to subscribe for YouTube premium over last couple of months. For instance, the company started offering free Google Home Minis for YouTube Premium subscribers back in October. Shortly afterwards, the company announced three months of free subscription to the service for YouTube TV users. Interestingly, the company is now trying out free channel memberships for those who are subscribed to YouTube Premium. In case you aren’t aware of the service already, channel membership is a great way to support your favorite content creators on YouTube. With a channel membership, users get access…

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Back in 2018, Microsoft revealed a new revenue split program to attract more developers on the Microsoft Store. As you might already know, Microsoft Store hasn’t lived up to the company’s expectations. And now, the company has decided to cancel the program. According to the now cancelled model, developers would get as much as 95 percent of the revenue from the sales on the store. While the decision was welcomed by a lot of people, Microsoft added the new program in its developer agreement. But, according to a Twitter user who developed apps such as Kanban Ink and Easy Writer,…

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