Report says only 27% of subscribers will use 5G by 2026 in India – But why?

The Department of Telecommunications (DoT) will auction 5G spectrum on July 26 in India. Even as the government continues to work on the 5G spectrum auction process, India’s top service providers are testing 5G in multiple locations, focusing on use cases for urban and rural consumers. And from a general user point of view, there is great anticipation for the launch of 5G services, which will take place around September.

Despite unfounded concerns about radiation levels or higher prices, the next generation of mobile broadband will boost the country’s mobile data usage by 29% and data revenue by 67% between 2020 and 2026, according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company.

The MacBook Air (M2, 2022) could be available for pre-order in a week – but how long will stock last?

Apple’s redesigned MacBook Air with the M2 chip, which was recently unveiled at WWDC 2022 and has been awaited ever since, will reportedly go on sale on July 15th.

That’s the word of MacRumors (opens in new tab)who cited a retail source for this new information about the MacBook Air (M2, 2022) release schedule.

This Tesla-inspired Electric Scooter Looks Awesome, But There’s a Problem

New electric scooter company bo Mobility has unveiled its Tesla and VanMoof-inspired flagship electric scooter, designed by former Formula 1 engineers. its rigid curved frame and steering technology that can make it one of the best electric scooters ever.

Oscar Morgan, CEO and co-founder of bo Mobility, said in a talk at the Micromobility Industries electric scooter forum: “Tesla and VanMoof made [electric cars and electric bikes] highly desirable, making them safer, more functional and, most importantly, making these products socially acceptable”. His plan is to be to electric scooters what Tesla is to electric cars: a premium, elegant brand that everyone wants.

Apple Spatial Audio’s music turns 1 year old: How did I live without Dolby Atmos with head tracking?

The phonograph was invented in 1877 by Thomas Edison, the first commercial compact disc was released in 1982 (Billy Joel’s 52nd Street, Interestingly), Spotify was founded in 2006 and Apple Music launched its proprietary Spatial Audio music streaming outlet with Dolby Atmos in June 2021.

These are key consumer audio moments now recorded in time or, to blatantly quote one of my favorite tracks from Coheed and Cambria, cuts marked in the march of man.

Much-needed video update comes to Quest 2, but only for game developers

Meta has finally unlocked a number of new native video recording settings for the Quest 2 VR headset, including 4K resolution and a 16:9 aspect ratio. The only problem is that the options are only available to developers.

The new developer hub update – which is only downloadable by those with an Oculus Developer account – has enabled several recording options. There is still the default 1:1 setting, 1024p @ 36fps, but now developers can choose between 1080p, 1440p or 2160p resolutions, each of which can be recorded at 36fps or 60fps.

Starfield’s space combat is taking cues from a beloved indie game

Bethesda’s upcoming sci-fi RPG Starfield is taking inspiration from the beloved FTL standalone spaceship simulator, and its in-game footage has given us a solid understanding of how exactly that happens.

Inspired by the indie game, Starfield’s space combat will involve redirecting energy to your ship’s various subsystems mid-flight. Game director Todd Howard said IGN (opens in new tab) in early June you will be switching power between various modules on your ship to keep your weapons and systems running.

When will Top Gun: Maverick come to streaming services?

To everyone’s surprise (except perhaps lead star Tom Cruise), Top Gun: Maverick blew up the global box office to become the biggest movie of the year (so far) and one of the most successful Hollywood sequels in recent memory.

Director Joseph KosinskiThe action-packed story of an aging aviation ace won over critics and audiences alike – we gave the film five stars in our brilliant review – and served as a timely reminder that Netflix and marvel movies are not the only order of the day in 2022.

Windows 11 update copies popular Android feature – and we couldn’t be happier

After removing it in an earlier version, Microsoft brought back the redesign of the ‘Open With’ dialog box for Windows 11, allowing you to open files in an app other than the one you set as the default.

This new design finally removes the confusion surrounding the message box since Windows 8, with dialog boxes not making it clear whether the file would open with a new default application in the future or if it was just for that one time.

5 fascinating facts from 15 years of iPhone

Within the first 30 minutes of Apple’s 2007 Macworld keynote in early January, Steve Jobs unveiled the first-ever iPhone. Just an hour later, however, the tech press and eager fans alike learned that they’d have to wait until June to actually get their hands on one. Fifteen years ago today, that wait was over.

With June 29, 2007 marking something of a milestone in the history not just of smartphones but consumer technology as a whole, we thought it’d be fun to see how that fledgling handset has evolved into the most established smartphone on the planet, by serving up a smattering of facts pulled from the history of the iPhone’s 15-year existence.

The iPhone actually missed its first sales target

Sony TV update solves annoying graphics issue for PS5 and Xbox owners

There’s great news for people who bought one of Sony’s ‘Perfect for PlayStation 5’ LED TVs from 2021 or 2022 and who play games on it using a PS5 or Xbox Series X – you’ll now be able to get full video quality and VRR ( update variable) at the same time!

Until now, enabling variable refresh rates on Sony’s LED TVs that use its XR Cognitive Processor disabled the backlight’s localized dimming feature, meaning you didn’t get as good HDR contrast if you had VRR. activated. We still rate some of these TVs as being among the best TVs for gaming due to their other great features, but that was definitely a huge frustration.