Chinese smartphone manufacturer Realme has started rolling out a new software update for its latest smartphone 'X50 Pro 5G' for select users in India which brings in 4K 60FPS video recording capabilities.
The global smartphone market declined its fastest ever, down 13 per cent year-on-year in Q1 2020, driven mainly by the impact of COVID-19 in the China market which was the initial epicentre of the pandemic.
The Indian government has directed the eCommerce platforms to sell only essential goods during the lockdown period that is on till May 3, while it has allowed the opening of standalone retail shops in a bid to ease lockdown restrictions.
Two Indian Institute of Technology Madras-supported start-ups have developed personal protective equipment (PPE) such as face shields and intubation boxes using 3D printing technology and commonly available stationery materials.
The 10th Gen Intel Core S-series processors are expected to be available globally through normal retail channels and in desktops sold worldwide by original equipment manufacturers and channel system integrators, starting in May.
As COVID-19 impacts every aspect of work and life globally, Microsoft has seen two years' worth of digital transformation in just two months of its third-quarter (January-March period), according to CEO Satya Nadella.