Apple Will Soon Repair iPhone 12’s Rear Glass

Apple Will Soon Repair iPhone 12’s Rear Glass

When an iPhone or other Apple device experiences hardware failures, Apple technicians perform an analysis of the device to determine whether it can be easily repaired or if the device must be entirely replaced. However, the company will soon be able to repair things like Face ID sensors and even cracked rear glass on iPhone 12 models without replacing the device…


Automating Scam Call Blocking Sees Telstra Prevent Up to 500,000 Calls a Day

Telstra has said it is now blocking approximately 6.5 million suspected scam calls a month, at times up to 500,000 a day, thanks to automating the former manual process that sat at around 1 million monthly scam calls…


Apple Hiring Engineers to Develop 6G Wireless

Apple Inc. launched its first iPhones with 5G wireless speeds a few months ago. Now it’s looking to start work on sixth-generation cellular connectivity, or 6G, indicating it wants to be a leader in the technology rather than relying on other companies…


Nikon Developed CMOS Sensor That is Capable of 1,000 FPS, HDR, and 4K Resolution

According to the press release (currently in Japanese), Nikon has developed a stacked CMOS image sensor with a total pixel count of approximately 17.84 million pixels that deliver high-resolution imaging with 1000 frames per second, HDR characteristics of 110 dB, and 4K x 4K resolution. This new sensor was announced at the ISSCC (International Solid-State Circuits Conference) held in San Francisco, the USA on February 15, 2021. As stated by Nikon, the company is “Engaged in research and development of cutting-edge image sensors, which are the core of video technology, based on optical technology, precision measurement/processing technology, and material technology”…


Scientists Have Found a Way to Help AI Learn the Way Humans Do, and Might Even Help Us Predict, Brain Patterns

Thanks to technological advances, massive amounts of biological information are now at scientists’ disposal, but because they lack the tools to compute such large data networks, it often goes unanalyzed. However, researchers say they’ve found a way to decode one such system — the neural network — by using a new model to locate the brain’s so-called edge of chaos…


Dogs Are Teaching Machines to Sniff Out Cancer

ith their legendary sense of smell, dogs are adept at identifying the characteristic scents of cancers from breath, urine, and poop. But with trained cancer-sniffing pups in short supply, animals are unlikely to become widely available for routine diagnostics. Instead, Andreas Mershin wants man’s best friend to teach machine learning algorithms to sniff out diseases, and he plans to put this technology into your pocket. Mershin, a research scientist at the MIT Center for Bits and Atoms, says his eventual goal is to build electronic nose capability into smartphones…


Apple Wins Patent for iPhone Display With Variable Refresh Rates Up to 240Hz

A new Apple patent published today by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office describes an iPhone display that, with high refresh mode enabled, may be capable of updating content at two times, three times, or even four times the native refresh rate, as reported by Patently Apple. For example, an ‌iPhone‌ with a 60Hz display would be able to increase its variable refresh rate to 120Hz, 180Hz, or 240Hz automatically…

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