Microsoft Teams on mobile gets an upgrade

Teams would read your posts and chats.

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Microsoft Teams on the mobile phone is getting an upgrade to the service that’s a lot simple. 

Recently, Microsoft has disclosed that Teams for smartphones, including Android and iOS, can now read posts and chats loud on your device, and it will offer another dimension to VC (video conferencing) service.

On the Microsoft 365 roadmap, the company said in a post that the Immersive Reader function will be coming to Android and iOS devices, having only been available on desktop apps and the web.

You also need to know that one can apply the function only within Microsoft Teams. It will also let users concentrate on a particular message or chat, which is currently available in the Teams’ desktop version.  

Possibly, the Immersive Reader will be coming in June 2021 to the Android and iOS Teams mobile apps. The roadmap entry said that the tool will be included customization techniques so it can support reading abilities and ages.

The information passed shortly after Microsoft disclosed that Teams is expecting to turn into an absolute necessity have tool for both personal lives and at work.

In the new features, the ‘Together Mode’ is one of them, which hopes to offer an alternate view from a standard video call and also the ability to respond with GIFs and live emojis during the call.

It seems like the new features may take Microsoft Teams from being an absolutely business tool, and rather helping bring to unite family and friends from globally as the pandemic ideally starts to ease.

In addition to this, Microsoft revealed that Teams meeting coordinators soon could enable/disable video feeds from regular participants, and they can turn off all participants’ video feeds.

This update is tending to less distracting to hosts and participants by the large collection of video feeds.

Google I/O conference is back
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The most awaited Google I/O developer conference is making a comeback after being canceled for a year due to the Covid 19 pandemic. Google I/O is a developer conference, and Google’s one of the grand events that unfolds the upcoming services and products for the consumers worldwide. The conference is set to be embarked sharp on May 18th, at 1 PM ET / 10 AM PT.

Google, on its I/O conference website, shared, “Tune in to find out about how we’re furthering our mission to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.” At the same time, some of the upcoming nuances can be figured out to be some of the updates, including the onset of Android 12.

Some of the developer previews had previously been released by Google about the launch of Android 12, of getting some big and small enhancements and developer-focused features. In addition, Google probably will disclose upcoming Android 12’s features that may include some noteworthy UI changes that are still under process. The features include a pile of widgets and a new lock screen with larger clock text.

The I/O conference for developers may showcase some usual important updates related to its services and software. Google I/O conference has previously been witnessed to announce new updates and services such as Google Maps’ incognito mode, new Assistant voices, and the Google Duplex demo, where Google assistant helped you book a hair salon appointment. Similar features maybe some of the topics of this conference.

Another possible announcement by Google in the conference may include its Pixel Buds true wireless headphones, debuting the conference itself. Also, in April, Google Pixel 5A was announced, which likely does not seem to see the light yet.

Custom Processor for Pixel devices can be another memorandum likely to pass in the conference. The development of a custom-designed system on a chip (SoC) is rumored to be under process, which may support upcoming Pixel devices.

The next PlayStation VR will be 4K

According to UploadVR, it’ll include eye tracking. 

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UploadVR currently has some great rumors about Sony’s next-gen VR headset that is reported for the PS5. It will apparently include eye-tracking, 4K resolution, and a vibration motor for haptic feedback in the headset.

UploadVR reports, the upcoming headset should have a 4000 x 2040 resolution, providing each eye 2000 x 2040 pixels. The original PlayStation VR’s resolution is 960 x 1080 pixels for comparison. 

1832 x 1920 pixels per eye were included in Oculus Quest 2, what not exactly what Sony’s headset is supposed to have, in both cases, the screen-door effect can be avoided from the high resolution that can often hold VR headsets back from giving a reasonable image.    

Though it’s significant but dissimilar to the Quest 2, Sony had reported that the PlayStation headset is still wired with a single cable so you can connect it to the PS5 system.

According to UploadVR, it’ll be a USB-C cable which isn’t a big surprise. UploadVR additionally has some info about how the PlayStation VR successor will fill the extra pixels.

With the eye-tracking, of course, there are neat things you can do with, for example, more lifelike player avatars creation, however presently, it’s not so clear what Sony plans to do along those lines.

Additionally, UploadVR guarantees that are inside-out tracking, the next-gen headset will be used, which would absolutely be an update from the original’s re-purposed PlayStation Move system, which needed a stable camera to track your hands and head if you held a couple of shining sticks in a tiny region among you and the console.

The sources explain that the headset has a tracker to check the user’s eye for foveated rendering, where you’re looking, where the image be sharp, and peripheral vision being blurrier. This simulates how your eyes are actually seeing the world and allows the computer to work more efficiently than you might not be looking at by not completely delivering things at high resolution.          

Well, if truly these leaks are true, it seems like it could be a guaranteeing accessory for those who get PS5.

Android’s AirDrop equivalent is getting better

Google began rolling out Nearby Share to Android phones midway through 2020, and it’s the answer to Apple’s AirDrop from the tech giant. Now, other details have surfaced about the next wireless file sharing feature.

Presently, with the possibility of using this feature at a time with one person, they should have to contact all together for the document sharing to work. But Google will soon add the option for sharing to everyone.

Presently, once you turn on Nearby Sharing, you get the option to share with ‘some contacts’, ‘all contacts’, or to stay ‘hidden’, and the upcoming update will include the feature to share with ‘Everyone’ similarly that Apple’s AirDrop feature works.

To prevent various shenanigans when opening up your phone to public sharing, Google will also be implementing a ‘temporary mode’ that only enables this setting for five minutes before reverting to the default.

To stop different antics when opening up your smartphone to public sharing, Google will additionally implement a ‘temporary mode’ to enables the “‘Everyone” setting for 5 min before it returns back to the default setting. Rather, the documents will still be transferred sequentially, however, it won’t add the step of going through the similar process for each included user.

In addition to the new option, for the file sharing feature in recipients, various people can be selected instead of doing one at a time. While iOS is locked to Apple tablets and smartphones, Android works on a huge variety of devices made by so many various manufacturers, all with differences and their own security protocols.

Before the last year’s roll out slowly, the feature was in progress for quite some time, and there aren’t any solid launching plans for the new update. It is not so difficult to see how this could be risky when introducing a feature that needs high security like this, though Nearby Share will include encryption.

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Try these 3 new features on Windows 10

The major upgrade to Windows 10 started rolling out to PCs, laptops and should be available to download. With the new update, you’ll have a few important new features that’ll give an advantage over the new operating system.

As soon as you upgrade to this update, the computer life will be easier and more secure. As we spend our enough time at home on PC, Laptops for different work purposes, including work or play and other smaller things to make your experience better. It’ll also make your system ready for Windows 10 spring 2021 update.

In version 20H2, you can try these three best new features –

1- New Start Menu Customization

In the October 2020 Update, the classic Windows Start menu gets a modification. It features an arranged design and replaces the color backplates with partially transparent backgrounds of logos in the apps list to stand out the icons more. The colors will additionally change according to light or dark mode.

How to customize your new Start menu?

  • Add an accent color to match the tiles and desktop theme, so follow next.
  • Open Settings.
  • Click Personalization.
  • Open Color option.  
  • Now on Start, taskbar, and action center, you can enable the accent color.

2- Privacy improvements in Microsoft Edge browser

It’s the first time when Windows 10 Version 20H2 included the default installation of revamped Microsoft Edge browser. The browser is designed on Chromium which makes it compatible with a larger number of sites than the old version.

There are different advantages, as well. The new Edge browser comes up with a privacy feature to block sites that track you, and so features is named Collections. It allows you to more easily collect info from other websites. 

How to use the new Edge browser privacy settings?

Using a new Edge browser is almost similar to the same way of any other browser.

To start with, use your start menu or Taskbar to Navigate to the logo (showing similar to the old blue Internet Explorer “e” symbol). For setting up the privacy features, open Settings, then go to Privacy and services where three options are available fotracking prevention-

  • Basic (allows most trackers),
  • Balanced (prevent from sites you haven’t visited)
  • Strict (Block all sites’ majority trackers)

You can also check the privacy settings on the fly when the browser in use, for it;

  • On the left side of the search bar, click the Lock icon.
  • If your connection is secure, a box will display with the options to see the certification, site permissions, and cookies in use.

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Use the Edge browser Collections feature:

After you navigate to a page you want to save, tap on the icon with “+” in a box from Tab’s right. Then, click Start new collection, and name it something you want to. Add Current page option will save the current webpage. Additionally, there is an option to drag images and text, or you can add notes as well.   

3- Open all of your tabs at once

The update allows you to open all of Edge’s tabs with one command rather than each window’s active one. You’ll have an easy option to open a full view of each window that’s opened. The configuration can be done for the last three tabs, or you can turn it off.   

How to customize your tabs?

Press Alt + Tab to open all tabs at once. If you want to turn off the feature or configure the tab settings, open Settings > System > Multitasking.

Microsoft ends support for old non-Chromium Edge

The non-Chromium-based Edge of Microsoft has ended the support on March 9. Non-Chromium based Edge is the older version, and the new is Chromium-based. Though the new Chromium edge still has support from Microsoft, the original was created as a replacement for Internet Explorer 11.

Microsoft has given name to this – Legacy Edge, and the company reported back in August that it would not continue the product to use. So, the day has finally come, and Legacy Edge presently don’t get security updates, and any user who is still using the browser should begin the switching process to something different.

Initially, Legacy Edge was codenamed SPARTAN, and Windows 10 involved it as the default web browser of the operating system before it was officially called Edge.  

In addition to the announcement, Microsoft says that by the April Windows 10 update, Legacy Edge will be automatically be eliminated with the new Edge that’ll install in its stead.

Microsoft’s Chromium-based browser has taken up Edge mantle, and it was in beta all through 2019 and officially released in January 2020. It means the Edge (the older one is) survived a little more than a year close by its replacement.

For users who are only tech supporting persons for your family, it’s worth making clear with your family members to ensure Microsoft successfully harassed them into changing to the new Edge. In case, somehow, their computers or your computer isn’t installed, you can go to Microsoft’s original website and download it directly from there.

The Legacy Edge death is bittersweet in some ways. The new Edge is immensely superior by most metrics, however it places the final nail in the custom coffin web-rendering engines of Microsoft, the history of which stretches back to Internet Explorer’s previous versions.   

It likely will not be missed, given its performance, though it’s still the finish of a time. Officially, the old Edge has gone, and the new one has completely replaced it.

Valheim’s 3million copies sold being hottest PC-game

Valheim is the new hottest PC game by Steam, where its Early Access sales charts show its 3 million sold copies. Polygon appeared to like its $20 Viking-themed survival game. Just 8 days after launch, on February 10th, indie developer Iron Gate reported that Valheim had already sold its 1 million copies. After 5 days then, Valheim got 2 million sales. On February 19th then, it hit 3 million sales.   

Something you should know about Valheim –

  • At one point of Steam, Valheim is the second most played PC game, ahead of each game save Counter-Strike: Global Offensive that’s sitting at number three at this point.
  • With roughly 392,000 concurrent players on Steam, it’s already set a top-ten record.
  • With 410,000 players, it took the #9 spot by Friday that pulls down Postal.
  • During Valve’s Steam Lunar New Year sale, it topped the Steam Top Sellers list with zero discount

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The nearest equal is maybe PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds, which similarly emerged from Steam Early Access, sold tons of copies during Steam deals, and it set a record for the Steam game with the most concurrent players (3.2 million), actually standing today and commenced the whole battle royale genre that generated the present Call of Duty: Warzone, Apex Legends, Fortnite, and more. Even PUBG required a long time to arrive at the sort of numbers that Valheim already has now and was with nail-biting, action-packed, genre-defining, and streamer-friendly games to makes for a wonderfully tense watch.

At Polygon, Cass Marshal points out that it’s additionally easy to learn and incredibly accessible. In Valheim, you don’t require to spend so long time to create some basic tools, as well as no requirement to acquire blueprints. You can immediately crush a portion of a design and refund your materials if it’s not exactly right.

We can’t say how long the magic will keep going after building temporary forward operating bases. There’s also no nettling for the 2 million players and counting as well for lasted this. Though, we guess word-of-mouth may let Valheim going for a while. It’s been all declining for Among Us on PC, which at present only draws in one-10th of its peak player count of last September’s 438,000. 

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Android 11: One UI 3.0 for Galaxy Note 10

One UI 3.0 update started rolling out complete with Android 11 for the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series. Spotted by SamMobile it rolling out already in Germany, the One UI 3.0 update has shown up exactly on time after the Note 10 series was involved in the extended beta stage. It’s serious considering deal exactly the number of Samsung smartphones are out there in the wild, this is an exceptionally foreseen update without a doubt.

At the same time, firmware version N97xFXXU6ETLL has also started rolling out in Germany for Galaxy Note 10+ and Note 10. It’s likely that a more extensive rollout will start in earnest from here; however, we can’t any time spans for those as for your Note 10 series handset, the One UI 3.0 Android 11-based rollout may vary regionally.

It said, when available you’ll have the option to gain the advantage of the entirety of the new Android 11 features such as enhanced device, chat bubbles, a changed notification shade with media resumption controls, and app-specific permissions, along with a Samsung-specific’s various features such as lockscreen improvements, an enhanced keyboard and more on top.

It’s not clear how the rollout is going to occur outside of Germany. Packing the December 2020 security fix by One UI 3.0 for the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ also comes, which could sign the Android 11 update inside your region should you already have gotten the fix. It’s expected that it’ll take a half a month as confinements are made before everybody can grab the update. In case you can’t wait too long, presently may be an ideal opportunity to make a beeline for your device Settings >> System updates panel, then look whether your device has the One UI 3.0 Android 11 update wait for your Galaxy Note.

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Play Microsoft’s Flight Simulator in VR

Microsoft Flight Simulator always makes you feel like you are a pilot flying a plane, but maybe it’s the first when you will be experiencing this currently. Wi, Asobo Studio Studio has added support for OpenXR-compatible headsets with the recent free update from Microsoft Flight Simulator, which consists of HTC Vive, Valve Index and Windows Mixed Reality headsets, and the Oculus Quest and Oculus Rift (for link cable).

Initially, Microsoft reported that the VR feature would be starting things out to the HP Reverb G2. This most recent update consists of support for most Windows Mixed Reality headsets, HTC headsets, Valve, and Oculus.

Before, while playing Flight Simulator in case, you needed to feel like you were truly in an airplane, it would take a great deal of some carpentry skills and PC screens. And still, you have the option to make your environmental factors resemble or seem like the cockpit of an airplane’s single model. Currently, all you’ll require is a VR headset and obviously powerful PC to run it at a resolution that is screen can pass an inch from your eyes.

Ryzen 5 1500X or i5-8400 paired with 1080 were recorded as basic specs when Microsoft ran a feature’s beta trial. With the snow and ice to various weather conditions, the update provides the world a winter makeover on the game’s real-time weather simulation.

Presently in the game, flying over the North Pole becomes somewhat abnormal, not least of which as it’s all water with no ice. In real life, as you would imagine, that region is generally very icy, so the exciting thing could be to see if the new climate conditions will make this zone all the more realistic to life.

Head of Microsoft Flight Simulator stated in a blog post that the game window adds true-to-life ice and real-time snow coverage to the entire planet. Users interested in trying VR can press Ctrl+Tab, the default keyboard shortcut to turn it on. In the case of customized keyboard mapping, check the VR tab in the settings.

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OnePlus 9 leak’s upcoming 2021 flagship

The OnePlus 9 probably won’t show up until spring 2021, well we must be thankful for some pictures that PhoneArena has published recently, and we won’t need to hang tight that long for a brief look at it. Completing with unique pre-prod branding, the images are of an alleged prototype device, and few software screengrabs uncover some additional detail regarding the upcoming flagship.

The screen of the OnePlus 9 looks like OnePlus will stay with the flat display design is utilized in the OnePlus 8 and 8T, and with a hole punch camera in the upper left corner, the 9 has a flat 6.55-inch display. According to PhoneArena, the 9’s screen with a 120Hz refresh rate is a 2400 x 1080 panel.

The OnePlus 8 Pro’s display screen includes a design curving around the phone’s edges, which was founded to lead to more unintentional touches than happened with the usual flat form.

Additionally, the pre-prod device seems to include the chipset of choice a Snapdragon 888 processor for 2021 flagship phones, and it leads into another recently released OnePlus 9 feature known as 5G.

The specifications gathered from this early look don’t part with accurate details regarding camera sensor focal length or resolution; however it appears to be likely that two of the back cameras found in photographs will be ultrawide and standard wide modules. The third could be a depth-sensing or macro camera.

With respect to imaging hardware, the pictures show a camera knock pushed to the upper left corner of the device’s back. Additionally, there’s a new “Ultrashot” marking on the bump not seen on past models; however, it might stay on the last gadget.

Some other details include Android 11 with Oxygen OS, a 4500 mAh battery, and a version with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage; there will probably be an alternative with an alternate memory setup. Yet for the OnePlus 9, there’s no confirmed release date; however, the company’s timetable for past launches — and the circumstance of this leak — is pointing to early spring 2021.

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