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  1. Hello @AMAL Thank you for applying! I'm sad to advise you that after careful consideration we must advise that you have not been selected to be part of the GFX team. Don't be upset, you still have many things to learn and when you are ready, we'll be more than happy to see you applying again. Application rejected. T/C
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  3. Noise Sense Bluetooth neckband-style earphones were launched in India on Friday. The in-ear Bluetooth earphones are offered in two different colour options and come with 10mm drivers. Noise Sense feature voice assistance control and provide a vibration alert when the user gets a call on the paired smartphone. The wireless earphones are IPX5-rated for water resistance. Noise Sense Bluetooth earphones feature the company's proprietary fast charging technology that is claimed to provide up to eight hours of battery life with just eight minutes of charging. Noise Sense price in India, availability Noise Sense earphones are priced at Rs. 1,099, which is a discounted price from its original cost of Rs. 2,499. The company didn't disclose how long the discounted price will be available for. The pair is offered in Black and Blue colours. The neckband-style earphones are available for purchase via Amazon and Noise website. Noise Sense specifications, features Noise Sense neckband-style earphones are powered by 10mm drivers and feature an inbuilt mic for calls. The earphones come with touch controls for answering or rejecting calls, adjusting the volume, controlling music tracks, and more. The New Noise audio device have magnetic earbuds with fin tips that stick together when hanging around the neck. The earphones have voice assistance control as well. As per the listing on Amazon, the Noise Sense earphones support dual pairing with two devices at the same time. The earphones feature Bluetooth v5 for connectivity. The neckband-style earphones are IPX5 rated for sweat- and water-resistance. The earphones come with a USB Type-C port for charging as well. In terms of battery life, Noise claims that an eight-minute charge can give the earphones up to eight hours of battery life, thanks to the proprietary Instacharge fast charging technology. The earphones can offer a total playtime of 25 hours on full charge. Noise Sense earphones weigh 30 grams.
  4. Making the distinction between work and personal apps should be more straightforward thanks to a new update coming to Google Workspace. The online collaboration suite will soon be able to set borders between your work and home apps, making sure you aren't disturbed by alerts when at the office, or when trying to relax at home. The update should give remote workers across the world a welcome productivity boost, allowing them to focus on what is most important to them at any given time. Work or home profile Recent research from Google and IDC found that much of the currently mobile workforce will continue to work from home even as the mandatory COVID-19 pandemic restrictions and closures are lifted - but many are increasingly juggling work and personal life on a single device.Until now, work profiles were only available on managed devices, but Google is now looking to make them available to unmanaged users with a business identity. The tool is able to split up work and personal apps, creating distinct profiles for the two sections which can be switched between when you need to focus, or to relax. When activated, work-related apps are not able to send your alerts, notifications, or access your location - and vice versa for personal apps. Your personal data is also locked down, meaning your company IT department can't track what apps you're accessing on the device. “This will eventually allow anyone using Android for business purposes to separate work and personal apps in one interface and pause all work-related apps in one click,” the company said.The tool will begin rolling out to Google Workspace users starting "next year", the company said, with plans to expand to more identity providers soon after. The news comes shortly after a similar feature update for Google Workspace allowed users to block out sections in their Google Calendar as "focus time". Doing so will also allow users to automatically decline meetings, meaning no last-minute rush to finish off work or cross off your to do list. You can also check out our pick of the best hybrid working tech - everything you need for the return to the office.
  5. For many consecutive quarters, Intel's revenue has beat estimates. The company's gross margins were high due to strong demand for premium products and conservative spending, whereas the outlook was consistently optimistic as far as revenues and margins were concerned. But this was not quite the case with Intel's third quarter results. Good Results, Moderate Outlook Fuelled by strong demand for its datacenter and higher-end client products, Intel's revenue increased to $19.2 billion in Q3 FY2021, some $870 million (or 3%) increase over the same period in FY2020. Meanwhile, Intel's adjusted revenue that excludes its divested NAND storage business totalled $18.1 billion, which fell short of analysts' revenue forecasts of $18.24 billion as well as Intel's own guidance of around $18.2 billion. Intel's gross margin in Q3 2021 was 56% (57.8% if NAND business is excluded), up from 53.1% in the same quarter a year ago, but down from historical highs of over 60%. The chipmaker's net income totalled $6.8 billion, down from $7 billion in Q3 2020. Yet, investors were disappointed with Intel not only because of lower net income, but due to several other reasons. Intel's results were affected by global components shortage that slowed sales of both client and datacenter parts. Furthermore, the company lost some 20% of cloud datacenter revenue, a direct hit to margins. "Despite the highly constrained industry-wide supply environment, Q3 revenue was $18.1 billion, slightly below our guidance due to shipping and supply constraints that impacted our businesses," said George Davies, CFO of Intel. Given the challenging environment, Intel said it expected revenue of $19.2 billion ($18.3 billion excluding storage business) and a 51.4% gross margin in the fourth quarter. The company maintained its rather bullish revenue forecast for the year at $77.7 billion ($73.5 billion excluding storage unit), but said that its gross margin will decrease to 55% (from 56% in 2020). In fact, Intel advised its investors to expect a 51% ~ 53% gross margin for the next two to three years as profitability will be constrained by massive increases of CapEx, R&D, and MG&A spending. For example, this year Intel's CapEx is expected to total $18 billion – $19 billion. But next year the company will increase CapEx to $25 billion – $28 billion, which will be on par with TSMC's and Samsung Foundry's spending on semiconductor production facilities. Client Computing Group: Volumes Down, ASPs Up Intel's Client Computing Group (CCG) remains the company's biggest revenue source. In the third quarter 2021, the business unit earned $9 billion revenue, up $200 million from the same period a year ago. Operating income of the BU was $3.3 billion, down from $3.6 billion in Q3 2022."Demand remains strong in our PC business with particular strength in commercial, desktop, and higher end consumer notebooks offset by inventory digestion in lower end consumer and education," said Davies. During the quarter Intel sold 16% more chips for desktop PCs (including CPUs and chipsets, but excluding various adjacencies) than in the same quarter a year ago and their average selling prices (ASPs) were 4% higher. Yet, unit sales of the company's notebook chips dropped 14% year-over-year and 26% quarter-over-quarter, while their ASPs increased 10%. To some degree, Intel's mobile CPU shipments were affected by Apple's move to its own SoCs, but industry-wide problems perhaps had an even more significant impact. "CCG revenue was $9.7 billion [including adjacencies], down 2% year over year on a challenging environment and continued industry-wide component shortages that are restricting lower-end system sales," the CFO said. "Note that when excluding the impact of ramping down our Apple CPU and modem businesses, CCG revenue is up approximately 10% year over year." Intel executed quite well and quickly ramped up its Tiger Lake processor for notebooks in 2020. So far, the company has supplied over 70 million of Tiger Lake CPUs and in Q3 2021 Intel had plenty of competitive chips to sell. Yet PC makers like Dell, HP, and Lenovo did not buy all the CPUs they could have bought due to insufficient supply of other components required to build a PC. On the bright side, Intel sold more high-end processors and enjoyed higher ASPs as computer makers focus on premium models. Yet on the other hand, this means that there are a surplus of lower-end parts in stock.Intel's Datacenter Group has been the jewel in Intel's crown for quite a while. Due to growing demand from hyperscale cloud service providers, strong ecosystem, weak competition from AMD, and little to no competition from other developers. In the last couple of years AMD's Epyc platform and ecosystem became significantly stronger, which is why Intel's share in sales of datacenter processors is dropping. Yet, DCG continues to post strong results. In Q3 DCG's sales were $5.7 billion (excluding Optane, AI accelerator, Ethernet, and silicon photonics products), up from $5.2 billion in the same timeframe a year ago. Operating income of the business unit was $2.1 billion, up $200 million year-over-year. "These results were slightly below expectations due to industry-wide components supply constraints that primarily impacted our enterprise customers and areas of softness in PRC, including cloud as customers adapt to new regulations," said Davies. Unit shipments of Intel's Xeon Scalable processors surged 8% YoY and ASPs grew 3% YoY. The company shipped over a million of Ice Lake-SP products since April, which probably had a positive effect on margins. "Our 3rd Gen Xeon Scalable processor 'Ice Lake' has shipped over a million units since launching in April," said Pat Gelsinger, chief executive of Intel. We expect to ship over one million units again in Q4 alone. All of our OEMs are currently shipping systems, and we expect all our major cloud customers to have announced [Ice Lake-based] instances by the end of the year." During the quarter Intel's sales to enterprise and governments customers increased by 70% YoY, whereas shipments to hyperscalers dropped by 20%. Intel attributes this drop to new regulations in China, but considering the fact that its rival AMD is gaining share particularly in the cloud datacenter space, it is obvious that AMD is eating Intel's lunch. Another significant challenge for Intel is that even some server vendors were affected by the shortages, which limited their ability to ship systems and lowered their CPU procurements. Nonetheless, Intel remains very optimistic about its long-term datacenter prospects. "I remain confident about the long-term of the data center," said Gelsinger. "Despite regulatory changes in China and short-term ecosystem supply constraints impacting some customers, customers continue to choose Intel for the datacenter needs," CapEx Spending to Increase: $25 - $28 Billion in 2022 Intel's focus is on high-margin CPU products. Great yields of CPUs on 14nm nodes, and conservative spending on new manufacturing capacities drove Intel's gross margins above 60%. But this is going to change as Intel deploys its IDM 2.0 business model that includes in-house manufacturing, outsourcing, and contract production of chips for third-parties. To be competitive against TSMC and Samsung Foundry, Intel will need to invest heavily in new fabs. Next year the company will spend up to $28 billion on new production facilities and it looks like the chip giant will not hesitate to invest even more if it needs to. This will hit margins, but in a bid to be competitive both with chip designers like AMD and Nvidia as well as with foundries like TSMC, Intel needs these investments. "We are repositioning the company for long-term growth and we are analyzing the investment plans required to achieve our goals and provide attractive long-term results for our shareholders," said the head of Intel. "It is abundantly clear to us that we must invest in our future right now to accelerate past the rest of the industry and regain unquestioned leadership in what we do. Our investment plan is aligned with our IDM 2.0 strategy to rapidly build our manufacturing capacity and response to the expanding market, grow our share, and accelerate innovation, enabling Intel to leap ahead with new businesses and capabilities." Good news is that Intel's Foundry Services unit is developing fast and in Q3 it even shipped some products for revenue as it provided advanced packaging services to AWS. "Since March, we have shipped our first IFS packaging units for revenue and engaged with well over a hundred potential customers, including several large customers who are working with us on our leading-edge Intel 18A [node]," said Gelsinger. Summary While Intel missed its revenue guidance for Q3 2021, the company still posted higher YoY revenue and profits. Unfortunately for the company, its financial results were affected by industry-wide shortage of components that constrained CPU sales to PC and server makers, which adds uncertainty to Intel's short-term business prospects. Meanwhile, as Intel's partners focus on higher-end products, Intel's ASPs remain high. As Intel is deploying its capital-intensive IDM 2.0 business model, the company's CapEx spending will surge and so will R&D expenses, which will affect the company's margins. Intel assures investors that its gross margin will not drop below 50%, though only time will tell whether IDM 2.0 model will be financially successful for Intel. Meanwhile, Intel's CEO is very confident that the company will be able to leapfrog the whole industry and set new records in profitability. "Leadership products beget leadership pricing, which begets leadership margins," said the head of Intel.
  6. Call of Duty: Warzone's Halloween event, The Haunting of Verdansk, returned this week for a second annual round of spooky royale. Activision has traded last year's zombie theme for ghosts, complete with the scratchy voice of Ghostface in your ears narrating the event. It's pretty fun so far! Though one unwelcome addition to Haunting, as far as I'm concerned, are the random jump scares that can trigger at any moment. The scare moments are loud, obnoxious, and probably exactly what developer Raven Software was going for when it designed them. Before queuing for a match, you even have to click through a "Scare Warning" prompt. But the worst jump scare by far, and one that I'm glad to have not gotten myself yet, is this fake computer blue screen effect that completely blocks your vision for several seconds:Yeah, no thanks. I've gotten a few scares so far that are a little freaky, like eyeballs opening on my screen or my monitor shattering to reveal a creepy ghost woman, but at least I can still see what's ahead of me while they're happening. As you can watch above, Redditor Yoszerz experienced the worst-case scenario when a blue screen triggered as they were trying to win a firefight.Whether or not you see the jump scares depends on how well you manage your "fear meter" seen in the lower left of the screen. Certain behaviors, like camping in one spot or getting shot at, increase your fear and your likelihood to trigger scare effects. Play aggressively by scoring kills or standing in contentious "sacred ground" locations and your fear stays low. When the mode first started, players and influencers alike complained that the fear effects were happening too often and were too disruptive.Warning: This gif is loud, so consider turning down your headphones before flipping the sound on. In response, Raven has already issued two hotfixes that lower fear generation and make it easier to stay alive. I didn't start playing the mode until after these patches deployed, so I've had little problem keeping my fear low. The meter only started to jump if I sat around doing nothing for a while, which is way more boring than staying alive is worth in Warzone. I've seen some folks say that last year's zombie event was better, but so far I've enjoyed playing as a ghost after I die a lot more. The super jump is a lot floatier this time around and I dig the blink-like instant teleport ability. A good reminder that Warzone's limited-time modes can be pretty darn fun when it stops being so self-serious for like two seconds.
  7. Panasonic Lumix GH5M2 was launched in India on Wednesday. The new mirrorless camera, which is designed as an upgrade to the existing Lumix GH5, is aimed at videographers looking for a solution to record 4K videos. It comes with the ability to record C4K or 4K 4:2:0 videos at 60 frames per second (fps) frame rate in 10 bits alongside allowing simultaneous output of C4K or 4K 4:2:0 10-bit videos at 60fps. The Lumix GH5M2 features a 20.3-megapixel sensor and includes a body image stabiliser. The camera also includes Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity options. Panasonic Lumix GH5M2 price in India Panasonic Lumix GH5M2 price in India has been set at Rs. 1,69,990 for the body only, while the GH5M2 L-kit that is bundled with a 12-60mm lens comes at Rs. 2,14,990. The camera is available for purchase through Panasonic India brand shops in the country. In July, the Panasonic Lumix GH5M2 debuted in the US with a price tag of $1,699.99 (roughly Rs. 1,27,300) for the body only, whereas its H-ES12060 lens kit was launched at $2,299.99 (roughly Rs. 1,72,200). Panasonic Lumix GH5M2 specifications The Panasonic Lumix GH5M2 comes with the 20.3-megapixel Digital Live MOS sensor that includes an anti-reflective (AR) coating on top to minimise ghosts and flaring effects. The camera also includes an image processor along with Venus Engine that is claimed to enable 4K60p 4:2:0 10-bit internal recording and simultaneous 4:2:2 HDMI output. The Lumix GH5M2 also carries a deep learning technology that is claimed to help detect subjects such as humans, fast-moving animals, and birds. In comparison with the existing Lumix GH5, the Panasonic Lumix GH5M2 is claimed to have a two times faster recognition cycle speed for detecting eyes and faces. The camera is also touted to be capable of recognising eyes, faces, and body separately — in a real time. The Panasonic Lumix GH5M2 also has a .6.-stop slower shutter speed along with the body IS that helps capture stable shots even in handheld shooting. Sony ZV-E10 Mirrorless Camera With 25-MegPanasonic has provided wireless live streaming support on the Lumix GH5M2 alongside allowing wired live streaming over HDMI. It comes through the Lumix Sync app that is available for smartphones. The camera provides a maximum of full-HD video livestream at 60fps frame rate over H.264 codec in RTMP/ RTMPS protocol. The company has also provided a dedicated software program called Lumix Webcam Software that users can download for wired live streaming through the Lumix GH5M2. It will also support wired IP streaming over RTP/ RTSP protocol through a future firmware update that is scheduled for the end of 2021. In terms of connectivity, the Panasonic Lumix GH5M2 has Bluetooth v4.2 and dual-band Wi-Fi 802.11ac. The camera also features a 3.0-inch free-angle LCD monitor in 3:2 aspect with 1,840k-dot resolution. The LCD monitor also supports touch controls.Since the Lumix GH5M2 is designed as the upgrade to the Lumix GH5, it is compatible with most of the accessories made for the earlier model. This means that you can use the XLR Microphone Adapter, Shutter Remote Control, and the Battery Grip meant for the Lumix GH5 with the new camera. The Lumix GH5M2 is also made of a dustproof, freeze-proof, and splash-proof build that has the main structure composed of a magnesium alloy, along with a full die-cast front and rear frame. The shutter unit of the camera is also claimed to be durable for up to 200,000 cycles. Panasonic has provided a 2,200mAh battery on the Lumix GH5M2 that can be recharged either via AC or USB. It also works with USB Power Delivery (PD) chargers. Further, the camera has a double SD memory card slot with support for up to UHS-II. The Lumix GH5M2 is also compatible with a list of lenses that include the H-E08018, H-X1025, H-ES12060, H-ES50200, H-RS100400, H-XA025, H-ES200, H-HSA12035, H-FS12060, H-HSA35100, H-FSA45200, and the H-FSA100300.
  8. While Instagram is introducing a few features this week to appeal to those who want to collaborate on photos and videos, the company is finally allowing posts to be created on the desktop. After making its mark with Instagram Stories, its take on Snapchat Stories, the company wants to refine other aspects of its app. The Reels feature is the company’s take on TikTok, enabling users to create and share videos which is being updated this week, but there’s more room for improvement that’s about to be brought out. If you’re a heavy user of Instagram, this looks to be a significant update that’s going to benefit in a number of ways.What are the new features coming up? One feature is already rolling out, where the company is testing a way of allowing two accounts to co-author a post or a Reel, called Collabs.Sharing in this way will display the post in the Feed or Reels header to both sets of followers. You can start a Fundraiser directly from the ‘+’ button in the app, and attribute it to a post. This is set to go live later today across all platforms. Reels are also seeing two new effects called Superbeat and Dynamic Lyrics. Inspired by TikTok, this allows a Reel post to have special effects and lyrics automatically generated based on the song chosen. This can save you time in making sure the effects sync up with the song you’ve picked. The last feature has been long requested, where you will be able to create a post or a video in under one minute within a web browser. This launches on October 21, so anyone with an iPad or a Surface will be able to post to their feed on Safari or Microsoft Edge.Analysis: posting on an iPad is about to be much easier While improvements to Reels and better fundraising prompts are welcome, the big takeaway is being able to post a photo or video from within a web browser. It’s something that users have been wanting to do for years. iPad users have had to use an enlarged version of Instagram through the iPhone app, but now it’ll be a matter of using a web browser to not only view, but also to post.This is a smart move from Instagram, as it saves the company from creating a dedicated app for iPadOS, Windows 11 and even Linux if you check your feed from there. While it’s only limited to photos and videos of up to one minute, that’s still going to please a lot of users who don’t use Reels or the Live features that the app brings. Instagram is already setting itself up to be the video app of choice compared to Snapchat and TikTok, but time will tell if these companies will follow suit and allow posts to be created and edited on the web as well.
  9. According to a report by VideoCardz, we have our first look at Gigabyte's Z690 Xtreme E-ATX motherboard supporting Intel's future Alder Lake processors. This board will be tiered right above the Z690 Master and appears to be jam-packed full of features, including a large RGB Memory cover, and dual PCI-E 5.0 x16 slots for the future SSDs and graphics cards. The most pronounced feature of the board is the large Aorus branded RGB panel that covers all four of the DDR5 slots located next to the LGA 1700 socket. This is the first time we've seen a full RGB cover included with any motherboard and could be optimal for DDR5 modules that lack heat spreaders or RGB lighting to keep the motherboard aesthetically appealing. The cover could also provide some sort of cooling but we won't know for sure until the board's release.As far as actual memory performance is concerned, we only know the board is compatible with DDR5's 4800MHz JEDEC standard. The board's maximum supported memory frequency with overclocking still remains a mystery. The most interesting feature of the Z690 Xtreme is the inclusion of dual PCIe Gen 5 x16 slots on the motherboard. This is the first motherboard we've ever seen to come with two Gen 5 slots and should be optimal for the select number of power users who need to run two Gen 5 devices at the same time. For now, this feature will remain relatively unused until PCIe Gen 5 drives, graphics cards, and other cards become mainstream. Aesthetically the Z690 Extreme has a couple of design changes compared to its predecessor, the board now comes with a matte black finish with gold-colored accents instead of silver, and the RGB lights now show a purple and blue finish. The memory cover in particular makes this board stand out from the rest of its brethren, giving the motherboard a very premium feel.The remaining features Videocardz revealed include support for 10Gb ethernet, WiFi 6 connectivity, and Thunderbolt 4 with display support of up to 5K resolutions at 60Hz. Everything else remains unknown at this time. But, with the Z690 Xtreme being one of Gigabyte's flagship boards, we can expect it to have one of the best power delivery setups in the 600 series lineup, which will be optimal for overclocking Alder Lake's unlocked SKUs. BoarVideocardz says the board will be out on November 4th. So we expect Alder Lake to arrive around that time as well, if true.
  10. After nearly a full year of speculation and hope, God of War, Sony's tale of Olympian demi-gods, Nordic deities, and the trials and tribulations fatherhood, is now listed on Steam. "We’re thrilled to announce that God of War (2018) will be coming to PC on January 14, 2022!" Sony Santa Monica Studio senior community manager Grace Orlady wrote. "All of us at Santa Monica Studio have been humbled by the immense amount of support and passions fans of the God of War series have shown in the latest chapter of Kratos’ story since its release. As of August 2021, 19.5MM copies for God of War on PlayStation 4 have been sold through and we can’t wait to share that experience with a whole new group of players on PC." Make no mistake, this is a very big deal. Sony has previously expressed interest in bringing more of its first-party games to PC, and has recently committed to some big ones including big names like Horizon Zero Dawn and Uncharted 4. But God of War is not just another PlayStation game—it's a capital-P "Prestige" title that's won numerous acclaim and awards for both its axe-swinging action and its effective portrayal of fatherhood and family. It recently claimed IGN's big "Best Videogame of All Time" poll, and GamesRadar put a very fine point on it with a glowing 5/5 review, saying, "I don't think it's possible to overstate just how good this is."The PC version of God of War promises a range of enhancements including "high fidelity graphics," with support for 4K resolutions, ultrawide displays, unlocked framerates, and advanced settings including higher resolution shadows, "improved" screen space reflections, and support for GTAO and SSDO. Nvidia DLSS support will also be available at launch to help with framerates. Controllers and fully customizable mouse-and-keyboard setups will be supported. The PC release will also come with some bonus digital content: Death’s Vow Armor Sets for Kratos and Atreus Exile’s Guardian Shield Skin Buckler of the Forge Shield Skin Shining Elven Soul Shield Skin Dökkenshieldr Shield Skin There are no system requirements yet, but the game itself is still a little ways off: God of War is available for pre-purchase now for $50/£40/€50, but won't release until January 14, 2022. A sequel, God of War: Ragnarok, is also set to arrive in 2022 on the PlayStation 5—perhaps this means we'll see it coming our way sooner rather than later, too.
  11. Adding @Agent 47' as member / Welcome to Team Removing @-_-Moltres-_- From the team / Reason : Inactivity Removing @Mr.Fammozy From the team / Reason : Inactivity
  12. Amazfit GTR 3 Pro, Amazfit GTR 3, and Amazfit GTS 3 were launched globally last week. Now, thanks to teasers, the smartwatches are expected to launch in India soon and will be available to purchase via e-commerce platforms. The Amazfit GTR 3 will be available to purchase on Flipkart, while the Amazfit GTR 3 Pro and the Amazfit GTS 3 will be available on Amazon. All three smartwatches feature a gamut of health monitoring systems like 24x7 heart rate monitoring, blood oxygen saturation (SpO2) monitoring, sleep tracking, and more. Amazfit GTR 3 Pro, Amazfit GTR 3, Amazfit GTS 3 price in India The price for the Amazfit GTR 3 was teased by its listing on Flipkart and will be available for Rs. 18,999. However, the Indian e-commerce giant hasn't mentioned the sale date and only mentions that the Amazfit smartwatch is 'Coming Soon.' The prices and sale date for Amazfit GTR 3 Pro and Amazfit GTS 3 haven't been mentioned but their microsites are now live on Amazon. All three Amazfit smartwatches were newly launched globally last week are yet to be launched in India. The Amazfit GTR 3 Pro is priced at $299.99 (roughly Rs. 22,500), while the vanilla Amazfit GTR 3 and the Amazfit GTS retail for $179.99 (roughly Rs. 13,500).Flipkart also mentions that interested buyers will be able to purchase the Amazfit GTR 3 with a no-cost EMI of Rs. 3,167. Ads by Amazfit GTR 3 Pro, Amazfit GTR 3, Amazfit GTS 3 specifications The Amazfit GTR 3 Pro sports a 1.45-inch ultra-HD (480x480 pixels) AMOLED touch display with 331ppi pixel density. The vanilla Amazfit GTR 3 features a round 1.39-inch HD (454x454 pixels) AMOLED touch display with 326ppi pixel density. The Amazfit GTS 3 gets a square 1.75-inch HD (390x450 pixels) AMOLED touch display with 341ppi pixel density. All three smartwatches feature 1,000nits of peak brightness and a tempered glass with anti-fingerprint coating. They run Amazfit's proprietary Zepp OS. As mentioned, the new Amazfit smartwatches have a gamut of health tracking features such as 24x7 heart rate monitoring, SpO2 monitoring, stress, sleep, PAI health assessment, and menstrual cycles. They come with more than 150 sports modes and can automatically recognise 8 sports - outdoor running, indoor walking, walking, treadmill, outdoor cycling, rowing machine, elliptical, and pool swimming. Amazfit GTR 3 Pro, Amazfit GTR 3, and Amazfit GTS 3 are water-resistant up to 5ATM (50 metres).The Amazfit GTR 3 Pro's 450mAh battery can last up to 12 days on a single charge. The standard Amazfit GTR 3 can last for up to 21 days on a single charge on the same battery capacity. The Amazfit GTS 3 packs a 250mAh battery and can last up to 12 days on a single charge.
  13. Google has announced it is pushing out a simple but important new feature for its instant messaging service, Chat. As per the company’s latest blog post, Google Chat and Spaces (the group chat equivalent) will soon benefit from the ability to mark messages as read or unread, on both mobile and desktop. “Marking a message as unread can help remind you to return to it later in Chat. In 1:1 and group DMs, you can mark a thread as unread starting from a particular message,” wrote Google.To access the functionality, users can hover over a relevant message and select the dedicated “mark as unread” button from the pop-up menu. The new feature is rolling out incrementally, but should be available to all Google account holders by early November. Google Chat upgrade Although Google has invested plenty of energy and resources into its Workspace suite since the start of the pandemic, the company’s messaging service has lagged behind the competition in more ways than one. With the ability to mark messages as unread, Google is at least addressing one of the insufficiencies separating Chat from the likes of Slack and Teams. But the company still has a long way to go. Although the Google Chat progressive web app (PWA) offers more flexibility and functionality than the old browser extension, it’s not as slick as the native clients offered by other services on the market.Further, while Google has worked to deliver new synergies between Chat and its other products (Drive, Meet, Calendar etc.), the service does not benefit from a deep range of third-party integrations in the same way others do. That said, the signs suggest Google is aware of these kinds of shortcomings. Last week, for instance, the firm announced it will increase its investment in the Workspace app marketplace, with a view to helping customers squeeze more value from its productivity software.
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